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Richwoman Club in Frauenfeld Nov 19 2014
November 20th, 2014 by Xarah

richwoman cashflow club

I went to Frauenfeld last night to the RichWoman Cashflow Club. We were 4 women and 1 guy and played the Cashflow game. We had a lot of fun – could have been the Champagne… LOL

The guy and one of the gals I know from the Master Finance course I’m taking in order to educate ourselves on finances and investment. The other was the owner of the club and her mother.

Playing Cashflow helps with understand your financial situation

We all were able to leave the rat race after playing 1,5 hours but the the lady who was also the banker. She would have, too, would have just needed a bit more time.

The guy, Thomas, left the rat race before all of us and was able to run on the fast track a couple of dice throws. Ruth, then Natalie, than me announced we were out. Practically together. Then the alarm rang. I entered the fast track with half a million.

You just need a few good opportunities and not give up

kim kiyosaki richwoman cashflow gameI had bought a couple of houses and was able to sell them with $50K profit. Suddenly I had 100K cash and bought businesses, a Carwash, a Pizza chain, a Sandwich chain. I even bought the 20ha land. Because I was an engineer in the game I knew I had to have large income (passive income) producing opportunities.

One of the opps I bought from Thomas because he could not afford it – yet. He later made a lot of money by selling some of this properties.

It doesn’t matter what you start with

Of course I had a bigger monthly cashflow than most of the others. So I bought stuff from others who didn’t have the money to buy it.

One of the girls was down at 20 bucks monthly cashflow. The guy who had left at that time the rat race gave her 40k to buy a bigger item so she could pay back her bank credits (even needed a bank credted because she was unemployed a couple of times). And that’s what brought her out of the rat race.

I had whispered to her to get a big deal when it was her term and when she ends up on the deal field because the last coupld of times I ended up on getting a kid, cashflow day or market. I whispered if I’d like the deal I’d buy it from her.

Learning by Playing the Cashflow Game

What I learned: sometimes you need other people to help you change your life and your outlook. In her case, she needed somebody who believed in her and gave her the money. She could have given him back the money right after she entered the rat race. Piece of cake.

Sometimes we need some “luck”, to find a good opportunity, to find the right people to join your business (who have the money to invest into their new business and education). But, even though Ruth, Nicole and Natalie were unemployed several times in the game, they all made it.

Never give up your dreams

At one point, when she was down at 20 bucks on Cashflow days, Natalie almost wanted to give up but we helped her to stay in the game, to keep up hope. And see what happened!

Playing this game Cashflow is a good start to learn about money, investing – and about yourself.

This is what I use in real life to get out of the rat race:
www.LifeStyleDream.ch

Eventually I will learn about investing in stocks and real estate in order to move over to the right side of the Cashflow quadrant. I just watched a german webinar. The guy does weekend workshop where we can learn to invest in stocks and what to look out for. I want to take this course (in Hamburg) next year. It’s not as scary as I thought it is.

Check out the video on my page. Let’s thrive together!

from Xarah with Love

Have you played the game yet? Or are you going to find a club in your area after reading this article? Leave a comment below.

 


7 Responses  
  • francis writes:
    December 16th, 20143:44 amat

    Just love the cashflow game. Taught the kids Cashflow for kids. Way to go Xarah

  • Sheena writes:
    December 12th, 20145:59 pmat

    awesome post xarah, thanks for sharing

    • Xarah writes:
      December 13th, 201411:59 amat

      Thanks for reading Sheena

  • Lynn Brown writes:
    December 12th, 201410:17 amat

    Sounds like this cashflow game can provide some good business lessons. Thanks for sharing Xarah!

    • Xarah writes:
      December 13th, 201412:00 pmat

      Yes Lynn, it does, different lessons every time 🙂

  • Alecia Stringer writes:
    December 12th, 201410:07 amat

    Neat, I think I want to get a game like that with my daughter soon. Thanks for sharing.

    • Xarah writes:
      December 13th, 201412:01 pmat

      There is a children version. You might want to find a Cashflow club. It’ll be easier to learn the game. Thanks for visiting Alecia.


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