Learn to build wealth by playing Cashflow 101

Based on the best-selling book, "Rich Dad Poor Dad," Utahns will have the opportunity to learn to build wealth by playing a game, Cashflow 101.
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April 17, 2010 - PRLog -- April 17th Murray, Utah-  Utah residents will get a chance to play a game designed to help people learn to build wealth. Created by the best-selling author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, the game instruction will take place at  6:30 pm on April 30th, at "Temple of Millionaires (425 E Bridle Walk  Lane) in Murray.

Called Cashflow 101, the game will be taught by Kenny Santos: wealth trainer, real estate investor and president/founder of a group called "Bring the Game to Life: CASHFLOW CLUB" will be inMurray to teach Robert Kiyosaki's innovative educational CASHFLOW board game that is designed to make the subject of accounting, investments and finance fun.

Author Rober Kiyosaki actually created the game before he wrote
Rich Dad Poor Dad. The book was - USA Today’s #1 Money Book for 2004 and – written by Robert Kiyosaki with Sharon Lechter, CPA, offers principles and philosophies that fly in the face of conventional wisdom about money, investing and finance. Rich Dad Poor Dad ranks as the longest-running bestseller on all four of the lists that report to Publisher’s Weekly – The New York Times, Business Week, The Wall Street Journal and USA Today – and has held a top spot on the famed New York Times list for over more than five years.  
Prior to writing Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert created the educational board game CASHFLOW® 101 to teach individuals the financial and investment strategies that his rich dad spent years teaching him.
This unique board game teaches financial intelligence and makes learning fun! CASHFLOW 101 teaches you the basics of fundamental investing, and how to take control of your personal finances, learn and how to invest with greater confidence in real estate and other businesses. The CASHFLOW board game is recommended for adults and children age 10 and older.

Santos founded a group called Bring the Game to Life: CASHFLOW CLUB.  It was founded to play the game, to meet and also to discuss some wealth building concepts. Many business relationships and deals have been formed because people meet Cashflow clubs like Bring the Game to Life. Today Tthere are more than 1,600 CASHFLOW Clubs – game groups independent of The Rich Dad Company – in cities throughout the world.
If you are like many - dependent on your paychecks to cover your monthly expenses - then you don’t think like the rich. Take the first STEP.... attend Kenny's CASHFLOW event and learn:  the difference between assets vs liabilities, what the Rich teach their children, how to increase your financial intelligence, how to practice real world investing using play money
."The challenges Americans face – with social security, consumer debt, bankruptcy law changes, and retirement planning – don’t begin at age 65," says Kiyosaki, "They begin at age five, when kids enter school." According to Kiyosaki, improved "fFinancial IQ" can equip Americans, of any age, with the knowledge and resources to take a proactive role in their financial future.

Kenny Santos is a sought after wealth trainer and speaker who has encouraged others not only to master the how to play the game CASHFLOW 101 but also to take control of their financial future and to "Bring The Game To Life".
Come out for a night financial education disguised as fun! Friday April 30th at 6:30PM at "The Temple of Millionaires" (425 E Bridle Walk Lane).

For additional information, contact Kenny Santos 801-755-9297, kenny@richdadinvestor.com or visit http://www.richdadinvestor.com.


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