New Rich Idiot Game Teaches and Reinforces Wealth Skills

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Robert Shemin, author of the New York Times bestseller How Come That Idiot's Rich and I'm Not, has launched the new Rich Idiot Game designed to teach and reinforce wealth skills and habits available at http://www.RichIdiotGame.com

Robert Shemin, author of the New York Times bestseller How Come That Idiot's Rich and I'm Not, has launched the new Rich Idiot Game designed to teach and reinforce wealth skills and habits.

"Wealth skills need to be practiced over and over until they become financial success habits," explains Shemin. "Any goal, especially a goal that leads you to financial security and wealth, needs to be activated. Rich Idiots, as I explain in my book, do something every single day to get closer to their goal."

The Rich Idiot Game reinforces wealth-generating skills as outlined in the Rich Idiot book. Players get points daily for activities and get to compete against others for prizes.

"Games are a fun way to learn and build new patterns of behavior," explains Shemin. "By doing those activities which are known to build good financial habits daily, chances of creating and building wealth are increased."

The game itself has been developed to maximize the learning and acquisition of money habits that have shown over time to be significant factors in the creation and building of wealth. By playing with others a sense of community develops which also adds to the habit-building formula.

To sign up and play visit http://www.RichIdiotGame.com

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