Cashflow Game: 31 Days of Abundance, Day Twenty Eight

I’ve just been down the garden shed to lay out the Cashflow game for today’s Financial Coaching day in which I teach the principles of money and abundance and much more besides, using the fabulous tool that is Rich Dad’s board game, Cashflow 101. An abundance of five lovely strangers are coming to play with me, men and women I’ve never met before in the flesh. I’ve met them in the 30 Day Challenge because they are the Lucky Winners who won their game today for taking early action and securing the first few tickets as they went on sale. […]

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What Can Learning To Play Rich Dad’s Cashflow Game Teach You (About Your Business and Your Money?)

Yesterday was one of my regular Cashflow games, enhanced by a visit from Yvonne on holiday from her B&B in Champagne. Yvonne has a radical way of playing the game which she learned at a property group when she was investing and living in Manchester a while back. We’d heard about her way and we wanted to try it. We all got out of the Rat Race following her system, perhaps faster than usual, but opinions and emotions were mixed. So for our second game we played our more orthodox way, closer to the rules, and still achieved great, fast […]

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What Clients Say About Learning Cashflow 101

I asked three clients to share their experience of learning Cashflow 101. In the morning, we play by the rules. In the afternoon, we throw the rule book out of the window. *** “Although I’ve been conscious for some time of the effect our intentions can have on our actions, it’s been a bit of a dormant hidden thought, one that I don’t bring out in the cold light of day, for fear it will disintegrate once under the scrutiny of ‘rational/logical/normal people – even though I am one of those people.  And because of this fear, I don’t actively […]

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Cashflow 101: Learning to Receive

Yesterday I ran this year’s first Cashflow 101 game for my clients. It turned into a beautiful sunny day which was just as well as we were playing in my garden office. I have written before how powerful these games are for all concerned, including for myself as banker/facilitator. I absolutely know that this is the most powerful work I do as a coach and mentor in the area of money and wealth creation and yesterday’s main learning for all of us seemed to be around being happy to receive. All the players were women, this may be irrelevant, but […]

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More About Playing Cashflow 101

Doing the tidying up after Friday’s Cashflow 101 game in The Abundance Shed, packing away the money and rats and cheeses, pondering players’ dreams and their different learning styles, I find myself wondering about my facilitation style. I think I am pretty gifted at it, sorry to be so immodest, but I think you know when you are been doing something for a very long time whether or not you are any good at that. To what do I attribute that? You cannot play the game as well as teach and be the banker, there is just too much going […]

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Teaching Cashflow 101: The Single Most Powerful Thing I Do

After a decade of business and wealth coaching, I have long been convinced that a day spent teaching Rich Dad’s game, Cashflow 101, is the single most powerful thing I can do for my clients. Intellectual and emotional shifts are visible within one exhausting yet exhilarating day. Yesterday was such a day as six members of my Club 100 came to enjoy the free Cashflow day which is included in their membership. Thanks to Sue Okell, Susie Jones, Soozi Baggs, Sam Dounis, Karen Revell and Diane Leigh for making it a great day in for me; a great day in […]

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New Cashflow Club Meeting Monthly in South East London

Regular visitors to this blog will have read me before on the topic of how important a role Rich Dad’s Cashflow 101 game has played in my financial life and my understanding of money and how it works. Now, good news..! One of my colleagues, Niki Duffy, with whom I have played Cashflow forever, is opening her own club in South East London and offering six Saturday mornings to a group of money-minded individuals for only £97. This is a STONKING bargain and if I were you, I’d bite her hand off. Niki’s Saturday morning group will run between May […]

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What Can We Learn From Playing Games?

My best friend from school, Leslie Scott, invented Jenga.   You have probably played it, you will almost certainly have heard about it.   I was Leslie’s accountant and you can read that story in Leslie’s book called About Jenga. Leslie loves games.   Generally, I hate them but we don’t let it spoil our friendship! I do love Jenga obviously, its fun.   And another one of hers is Ex Libris and I enjoy this even more and its for you especially if you love books and words.   Check out Leslie’s Oxford Games site for Ex Libris. Educationalists would, I am sure, tell me about […]

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Wanted: 5 Players To Become Cashflow Masterminds in London

Every month I play Rich Dad’s Cashflow 101 game. This game is financially life-changing, there is no other way to describe it. It’s a learning tool which changes the way you behave with money and teaches you how to invest, how to evaluate deals and business opportunities, how to calculate ROI (return on investment) and how to get out of the Rat Race. It’s also emotionally life-changing because, as you start to get more confident with the maths and get that aspect under your belt, you start to notice your emotions where money is concerned too. Cashflow 101 reveals to […]

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How To Improve Your Cashflow with Rich Dad

I’m not much of a one for playing games, despite my proud boast that my best friend from school invented one of the best-selling games of all time, Jenga.   And I was her accountant at the time. I did manage to invent lots of games for my niece and nephews to play on Christmas Day over the years and I pride myself on the fact that the games aged with them, i.e. didn’t stay too babyish although perhaps some of them were a tad too testing at times, like when I first became a coach! I always hated Monopoly and am still […]

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