Pay Themselves First!
Once they’ve saved enough money, they get to invest in this lovely thing we call an Asset. Assets in The Money Game looks are divided into what we call the Three Pillars of Wealth: the stock market, real estate or business. Once they invested in an asset they start receiving this lovely stuff called Passive Income.
Assets • Three Pillars of Wealth —> Passive Income
When they start getting Passive Income, this big “Ah-ha!” goes off in their brains because they realize, with enough passive income coming in, they can actually support the lifestyle that they want to live and they don’t necessarily have to have a job.
And by the way, know that donation and giving back and doing good are all really important concepts that kids learn in The Money Game. This game is not about getting all the money you can and buying a lot of stuff. That’s about as far away from our program as you can get.
Donation • Giving Back • Doing Good
So rather than you taking my word on the fact that The Money Game is the most effective and engaging, entertaining and fun program on the market, I want to give you a piece of The Money Game that you can actually use with your students or kids. It’s called the Setup Activity.
What is The Money Game Setup Activity?
The Setup Activity is where students learn what it means to have a job and pay taxes. This activity isn’t not borrowing…it’s fun…it’s an activity, not a worksheet. You can do it with the whole class or you have one person volunteer and do it for the whole class so that they get to see what it means to have a job.
Either way, I want you to see howbThe Money Game starts and I will also throw in one of our favorite financial education activities (lessons) called the Difference between Making and Earning Money, and YES, there is a difference.
Simply put your name and email in the green box above to the right of the video and you’ll have instant access to the first part of The Money Game and the Earning vs. Making Money activity lesson.
These two activities might just be the most engaging and playful thing that you’ve done in financial literacy. If those are the only activities you ever get, it’s great. Your students will learn a lot from them. Most people come back and grab the entire game because it really is the most entertaining, engaging, fun and effective financial program on the face of the planet and I will say it could possible change the way you see money as well.
So what are you waiting for? Enter your name and email above and I’ll get those activities to you pronto.
If you have any questions, please give me a call at 805-957-1024. I’m more than happy to answer any questions, give you some ideas, whatever you need to teach your kids, teens or adults the critical life skills around money and investing.
I’m always available to help…financial literacy is my passion…it’s what I guess I was born to do because I never be tired of it and I always love teaching it.
So I look forward to seeing you on the other side, I look forward to helping you make a difference so go out there and remember…
Pay Yourself First!