AMC Online | CashFlow: Financial Literacy 101
If you are interested in reaching financial success through improved financial literacy, join biweekly sessions of CashFlow: Financial Literacy 101.
For anyone who has read «Rich Dad Poor Dad» (and the other books in the «Rich Dad» series) this game needs no introduction. The CashFlow game is a financial training game by Robert Kiyosaki, focusing on entrepreneurial thinking and economic empowerment. CashFlow allows you to:
— Develop your business and investment skills.
— Understand your financial constraints and change them.
— Learn new ways to make money.
— Understand how to teach yourself and your children to become rich.
CashFlow helps you practice and learn the basic principles of investing, to develop entrepreneurial thinking. While it is a game in the traditional sense (gameboard, dice, colourful plastic pieces) it is meant foremost as an educational tool for personal finance.
Join us in a cozy atmosphere, with an experienced presenter and learn how to escape the rat race!
These classes are best suited for participants with an Intermediate level of English and above. Number of tickets is limited, so book fast!
Led by AMC volunteer Keith Storey. Keith comes from New Zealand, where he worked as a Financial Auditor with Accor, one of the world’s largest Hospitality companies. Keith has years of experience, training with some of the industry’s giants including Keith J.Cunningham; Robert Kiyosaki’s own «Rich Dad».
This session is hosted on Zoom, so if you are interested in joining, please create a Zoom account beforehand. When registering below, please submit your valid email address to receive a link to the class Zoom meeting 30 minutes before the session begins.
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