Rich Woman Energizes New Cashflow Clubs for Women Worldwide

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Rich Woman is energizing new Cashflow Clubs for women worldwide to enhance their financial education. The clubs play the Cashflow Game that Kim Kiyosaki, Rich Woman author, and Robert Kiyosaki, Rich Dad Poor Dad, created in 1994 to teach people how to get out of the daily rat race. The YWCA of O'ahu is starting the newest club for women this October, and Kim is launching her first Rich Woman Financial Education Event ( in Hawaii on Oct 9, 2009.

To empower more women to gain financial independence, Rich Woman is supporting Cashflow Clubs as they grow in popularity worldwide. Kim Kiyosaki is passionate about providing financial education for women, especially during our challenging economic times. Knowledge is the new money, and these Cashflow Clubs are providing continuous education and leadership opportunities for women. Kim explains, "We want to encourage you to play the game at least 10 times. When you're playing the game, you'll see new things each time."

Cashflow Clubs for women are expanding in the United States, Canada, New Zealand and Estonia. The YWCA of O'ahu is launching the newest club for women on Oahu this October. Here's what the Cashflow Club leaders have observed about these clubs:

1. Women like to talk about their relationship with money

As Kim explains, "When we talk about Rich Woman, we talk openly about money, investing, cash flow, and taking charge of your financial life." Kas Randolph started the first official Rich Dad Franchise Women's Cashflow Club about a year ago in Arizona. Kas explains, "Women enjoy having time to connect to other women; time to share their interests and to share why they felt the need to increase their financial intelligence prior to starting the game."

2. Women feel more open to ask questions and help each other

Because women may hesitate asking tough financial questions in mixed groups, they can learn more in women's club. As a single mother with three small children, Kim Berges started a women's Cashflow Club game in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Berges explains, "Women drive over 1 ½ hours to get to this game because there is such a strong desire for financial education for women." Because women are also more nurturing, they take more time to help others.

3. Women feel strength within the Rich Woman Community

Women are feeling strength and a sense of community in these clubs. Shona Lee, Women's Cashflow Club Leader in Wellington, New Zealand shared, "Women feel more secure being together with a group of women to learn, support and mentor each other in a relaxed atmosphere." The YWCA of O'ahu is recognized as a center for women's leadership development in the Honolulu community, and their new club will increase the financial confidence of their members.

At Kim Kiyosaki's premiere event, Bringing Out the Rich Woman in You, she will share new financial planning tools, real deal examples, and how to get out the rat race using the Cashflow Game.

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Event: Bringing Out the Rich Woman in You
When: Fri, Oct 9, 2009
Where: Ko'olua Golf Resort Ballrooms, Oahu, Hawaii
Host: Rich Dad Hawaii
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Registration questions:
Event phone: (808) 781-5080

Kim Kiyosaki is a sought-after speaker, television and radio talk show guest, the host of a PBS Rich Woman show as well as a columnist for She is a self-made millionaire and happily married (but fiercely independent) to Robert Kiyosaki (Author of Rich Dad Poor Dad). Her first book, Rich Woman - A Book on Investing for Women - hit the Business Week bestseller list the month it was released. For more information, visit


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