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What My MBA Did Not Teach Me About Money The Human and Financial Perspective of Money, Finance, Markets, People, and Life.

Author Name: Sandeep Sahni, Sanjit Singh Paul | Format: Paperback | Genre : Business, Investing & Management | Other Details

How we "think" about money is very different from how we "feel" about it. While separating the two on paper is easy, sticking to budgets, having financial conversations, calculating risk & reward, following investment plans, and preserving wealth is often challenging. This is why personal finance is so hard and making money decisions so tough.

What My MBA Did Not Teach Me About Money gives real and practical strategies to work around:

1. Money beliefs

2. Hiccups in finance

3. Navigating stock markets

4. Overcoming our own biases 

5. Navigating our vulnerabilities in those special situations when we are most likely to make money mistakes

Each of the strategies presented in the book is derived from practical experiences of the authors’ own lives and from advising their clients. This book is about bridging the gap between the "feeling" human perspective and the "thinking" financial perspective of money.


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Sandeep Sahni, Sanjit Singh Paul

Sandeep Sahni is a personal finance strategist, an entrepreneur and, an ex-corporate with 30+ years of investing experience. He is an alumnus of IIM Lucknow, SRCC, and Asian Paints. You can connect with him at 
Sanjit Singh Paul is the Principal Officer of a SEBI Registered Investment Advisory and a second-generation entrepreneur with 15+ years of investing and markets experience. Sanjit is an alumnus of the Indian School of Business, Hyderabad and Thapar Institute of Engineering and Technology, Patiala. You can connect with him at



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