Do you want to get out of the Rat Race?
Do you want your money to work for you... instead of you working for it?
Do you want to practice investing without the real-world risks?
"While money has the power to make you a slave to it, it also has the power to set you free.
CASHFLOW® 101 the Board Game was created to teach people how to become a master of money and elevate their financial IQ". If you are familiar with the book RICH DAD POOR DAD by Robert Kiyosaki, then you may have heard about CASHFLOW® 101 the Board Game — it came before the book.
WHEN: Monday, March 15, 2010 at 6:45 PM
WHERE: New York Institute of Technology: 16 W 61st St
COST: $25.00 Prepaid
Join members of The NYC Business Networking Group and SalesPartners New York for the largest Cash Flow 101 Game Night in New York City. Business owners, entrepreneurs, real estate professionals, investors and those who want to enjoy learning in a fun, and interactive atmosphere are welcome to join us. In this hands-on game you will make money, lose money and discover what few people ever learn the secret of the rich: How to profit in up-markets and down-markets!
Experience all the fun of without taking all the real life risks! Here is just a taste of what you get for paying $25 to play the game of the RICH:
• Learn and play the board game that the rich have been playing for years.
• Join a live conference call prior to the game with SalesPartners New York—a Rich Dad Advisors company.
• Find your style of building wealth without taking the real world risks.
• Play in the largest CASHFLOW® 101 Game in New York City.
• Receive prizes as the first person to get out of the CASHFLOW® 101 Rat Race.
• Spend time with Rich Dad students, fans, and entrepreneurs.
NOTE: The night will start promptly at 7:00 PM and will go until 9:30 PM. The games will be timed with over 50 people playing multiple games at once. YOU MUST BE on time or your seat will be forfeited.
“On a recent evening I bought into a limited partnership, flipped a bed and breakfast for a quick profit, tripled my money on "OK4U" pharmaceutical stock. I also got downsized from my teaching job, bought a duplex and had a baby. After all that, I managed to get out of the proverbial rat race.” - Sarah Max, CNN/Money Senior Writer
Added by Real Live People Party on February 23, 2010