Saturday and Sunday 8:30 a.m.- 5:00 p.m.
$17 per youth (ages 15-22) with adult admission to the conference
Jim Wood will be your children or grandchildren’s guide for the 2-day Youth Cash Flow Academy. Jim is an active real estate investor and former head of the Real Estate Program at Cincinnati State Technical and Community College.
His mission in life…teaching 15 to 22 year olds how to become wealthy so they don’t have to wake up every day and go to work at a job (that most likely they’ll come to hate over time).
Most people work for someone else from age 22 until they retire at age 70; that’s 48 years. Multiple 48 years by 250 work days per year and that’s a whopping 12,000 days (96,000 hours) of working for someone else doing work they may not enjoy. That’s not the lifestyle Jim Wood wants for his own children, and that’s not the lifestyle he wants for your children or grandchildren either.
Imagine… if you only knew at age 18 what you know today. Imagine where you would be today financially. Now imagine… at age 40 you’re done! Out of the Rat Race! Financially Free! When you wake up in the morning you do what you want to do… not what your boss tells you to do.
Creating a joyful life of incredible abundance should be the primary goal you have for yourself and your children and grandchildren. Topics Jim will be covering at the Youth Cash Flow Academy include:
In addition to the topics above, participants will be playing the CashFlow 101 game.
Jim’s hope is that he’ll inspire the young people attending the Youth Cash Flow Academy to continue learning the knowledge and skills so they will become self-sufficient, independent and personally responsible future business owners and investors who provide abundance for their families.
At the end of the two days, Jim will present the students with a multi-question quiz. Here is the first of the quiz questions:
“When you sell your customer satisfaction machine (your business) at the end of 20 years, who gets to keep most of the money from the sale of your business? (Example: you started your business with $20,000 in 2014 and sold your business in 2034 for $6,738,187.00) ____________
“How old would you be if you started your first business venture at age 22 and sold it after 20 years? __________
“At that age, would you consider yourself still young, middle-aged or old? ________________
“If you had 6.7 million dollars in income-producing assets as your reward for providing legendary customer satisfaction throughout your working lifetime, would you care if you got Social Security and Medicare at your assigned retirement age from the Federal Government? _____________”
What destiny do you want for your loved ones…rich, poor or middle class? It truly is a choice.