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Cashflow 101 and 202 in Philippine Setting


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Originally Posted by rusha84 Right, but you do have to agree that to teach people about investing, you have to teach them the basics...And of ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by rusha84 View Post
    Right, but you do have to agree that to teach people about investing, you have to teach them the basics...And of course, there are many ways to do that...A boardgame can also be a great tool as it provide a great simulation...

    Have u ever played the game b4? If not, I strongly suggest u play it first...It would teach us first hand how to balance our own financial statement...A must for someone who plans to get wealthy, if I have to say so...
    I agree to you that the boardgame is a great simulation and it would help balance our financial statement and yes, this is a must if you want to retire young and retire rich

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    Quote Originally Posted by *dudes* View Post
    Senior Mods, I don't know how to answer that exactly but so far so good, I find this group beneficial to me.

    They have the system that will teach a person on how to handle people of 500 or more and will only share or open it to those who are interested to be part of this community, especially to those who would like to be part of their core team.

    In Manila, they have Wealth Courses that I am interested to attend to but I can't because I'm in Cebu. For now I could say that we have the same wavelength because they are using the cashflow board game as one of the ways they teach people and so do I.
    i'm just wondering what businesses these people own that they are confident enough to become "mentors" of other people.

    hmm...based on experience, there is no exact system that will tell you how to handle a 100+ employees moreso 500 employees. every business has its own system.

    And did I read it right that when you're too hands-on with your business, that means' you are not an ENTREPRENEUR?

    If this is so, then Fernando Zobel de Ayala is not an Entrepreneur. Nor are Cebu's Koksengs and the Chiongbians since they are totally hands-on with their businesses.

    Also a "REAL BUSINESS" should have 500 employees? try telling that to SMEs which is a vast majority of business owners in the country. Sorry, but if someone told me that I didn't have a real business just because I had less than 500 employees I'd slap them silly like their mama used to and bury them in my 14-hectare farm in Medellin.

    On the other hand, I'm quite interested in this Cashflow game. Since this game should teach financial literacy, it'll be quite interesting to play...

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    Quote Originally Posted by pnoize View Post
    i'm just wondering what businesses these people own that they are confident enough to become "mentors" of other people.

    hmm...based on experience, there is no exact system that will tell you how to handle a 100+ employees moreso 500 employees. every business has its own system.

    And did I read it right that when you're too hands-on with your business, that means' you are not an ENTREPRENEUR?

    If this is so, then Fernando Zobel de Ayala is not an Entrepreneur. Nor are Cebu's Koksengs and the Chiongbians since they are totally hands-on with their businesses.

    Also a "REAL BUSINESS" should have 500 employees? try telling that to SMEs which is a vast majority of business owners in the country. Sorry, but if someone told me that I didn't have a real business just because I had less than 500 employees I'd slap them silly like their mama used to and bury them in my 14-hectare farm in Medellin.

    On the other hand, I'm quite interested in this Cashflow game. Since this game should teach financial literacy, it'll be quite interesting to play...
    Senior Mods, I understand why are you saying that there are no exact system that can handle 500 people or more under you because we do business by trial and error and hopefully in CA2020 this system really works, if yes, i would personally be benefited on this and many more.

    Yes, I would be willing to facilitate the cashflow game for you. If you are group of six, we could schedule the game at your most convenient time.

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    dudes, try to ask sa inyu kaila sa manila na apil aning cashflow101, ask if connected sila ni Dylan Chan. Dylan is into this, naka gather na cya ug participants ani last year diri cebu. maypa mag pioneer jud mo diri para mung apil nami.hihihih

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    Quote Originally Posted by babypig View Post
    dudes, try to ask sa inyu kaila sa manila na apil aning cashflow101, ask if connected sila ni Dylan Chan. Dylan is into this, naka gather na cya ug participants ani last year diri cebu. maypa mag pioneer jud mo diri para mung apil nami.hihihih
    I know Dylan Chan and actually I'm pioneering the gathering here in Cebu. You may contact my number for more details:

    David Jereos
    09164373571
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    @*dudes*:

    do you happen to know where could we possibly buy a cashflow game here in the philippines? or better yet cebu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by .bullet. View Post
    @*dudes*:

    do you happen to know where could we possibly buy a cashflow game here in the philippines? or better yet cebu?
    Sorry, NO idea

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