Playing a board game with my husband and 4 young adults (ages 19-25), I was delighted to watch my 19-year-old grandson carefully calculating how his game character could pay off all his debts to become financially free. That is, his character could stop working for a salary and have enough money coming in from investments to cover all his expenses.
I don’t know about you, but at 19 I had no clue that it was possible to do anything except work to earn the money you needed to live on. In fact, when I was around 35, I was somewhat confused when I asked a young couple what kind of work they did, and they told me they had made some profitable investments and spent most of their time playing.
Although I was dutifully contributing to my own retirement account, I didn’t really understand the concept of financial independence until I began playing this same board game myself shortly after it’s 1996 release.
Playing a game was a lot easier than trying to wade through boring books about investing, both for me and for these young people. I describe The Cashflow Game and other resources in Embrace Prosperity: Resolve Blocks to Experiencing Abundance.
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