Sunday, August 18, 2013

The Global Filipino Investors (Singapore) and Cashflow Game

ABBEY: Wilma and I decided to learn more about handling our finances. We believe that we have to be good stewards with the blessings that God is giving to us. So we joined a group in Facebook called The Global Filipino Investors (TGFI)

Here we meet like-minded people who wants to enrich their financial literacy and eventually become financially independent. So when one of the founder, Floi Wycoco, decided to go back to Philippines for good, my wife suggested to hold the farewell party at the same time to play Cashflow game at our place. 

The attendees were less than 10 but we had fun sharing our ideas, tips on investment and calculating the money you have left after spending most of it on a yacht for a "doodad" :)) We indulged in sisig-style tofu and pork ribs and chicken barbecue. It was a day full of FREE learning. 

Yes, playing cashflow game is free here :) Until next time, TGFI.

WILL: I know Robert Kiyosaki's game board named Cashflow and just recently Abbey and I play these board through e-game. Abbey always won almost each round bit we are still craving to play the real one with real people and then it came Floi from The Global Filipino Investor. 
      As I heard that Floi will leave Singapore for good, I immediately asked him if he doesn't want to have some party. Then hubby and I introduced our place. So Floi's farewell party/cashflow night held. 
      That night was great to see the TGFI's founder face-to-face and other members of the facebook group.
      Cashflow game is a real fun while learning how to attack the different situation that may occur in real life. Here you can see who is the risk takers and who are very conservative in investing. 
      Hey Kuya Floi, kita-kits ulit ha pag nabisita ka dito s Singapore ;) Our place is always free for the group.