Money Games: 85 Fun Ways to Save Money and Attract Abundance

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iUniverse, Sep 15, 2008
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Imagine the giant smile on your face when:

You've broken free from the pressures of debtYou're out from under all those lousy billsYou're saving money like never beforeYou've dramatically changed your financial life for the better

The tools are in your hands to bring all of these changes into your life. In "Money Games," experienced business professional Randy Petrick offers a collection of eighty-five activities and lessons for people who are not wealthy but would like to be.

Twenty-eight years ago, Petrick's net worth was $1,500. Today, he's rapidly approaching multimillionaire status. By following the action steps outlined in "Money Games," Petrick believes almost anyone can acquire significant assets and have fun doing it.

"Money Games" includes family games, thinking games, adventure games, magical games, even bedtime games! All of them are simple and easy to play. Ducks, sawdust, sunglasses, and trombones have never been more fun or more financially rewarding.

A fun and clever approach to financial planning, "Money Games" is full of delightful and inventive ideas to help you escape from debt and despair.

  

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User Review  - Tami - Goodreads

We all know the score. Pay yourself first then live off the rest. If you save a little money each month, then you'll have a little rainy day fund. It may sound easy but it just never seems to work in ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
ADVENTURE GAMES
7
BEDTIME GAMES
11
BORED GAMES
17
CARD GAMES
23
COMPUTER AND SPY GAMES
33
CRITTER GAMES
43
FAMILY GAMES
59
MUSICAL GAMES
89
QUICK HIT GAMES
95
SAVINGS GAMES
115
THINKING GAMES
173
THE WEATHER GAME
183
THE NONO GAMES
189
THE FINAL GAME
221
References
229

GEOGRAPHICAL GAMES
67
MAGICAL GAMES
73

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About the author (2008)

Randy Petrick is a writer, speaker, and money coach with more than thirty years of experience teaching financial concepts. He is a Chartered Financial Consultant, a Chartered Life Underwriter, a Certified Senior Advisor, and a Chartered Advisor in Senior Living. He is a member of the Society of Financial Service Professionals and the National Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors. His lifelong interest in abundance and prosperity fits well with his major life goal: helping other people succeed. Petrick lives north of Los Angeles, California, with his wife, Gwyn.

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