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Ramit Sethi: “I Will Teach You to Be Rich” | Talks at Google

We’re thrilled to host Ramit Sethi, author of New York Times Bestseller, I Will Teach You to Be Rich, for a fireside chat with Google’s Rachael O’Meara. You can find his book on Google Books and Google Play here: http://goo.gl/ItbiE8 .

Ramit can show the magic of tapping into the power of behavioral psychology. Anyone can learn how to do this. It’s helped him help hundreds of thousands of people solve their own financial problems. He also happens to be one of the best damn marketers we know.

In the next 60 minutes, we’re going to talk about all this in a heart to heart with Ramit, and get to know him a little bit more. We’ll cover:
In depth look at personal psychology ‘experiments’ for your career and personal life
“Mythconceptions” about personal finance, leveraging social media for your business and success
We’ll soak up deep insights on positioning and human behavior
We’ll take questions from the audience and Google moderator afterwards
About the Author: As CNN calls him, Ramit is Generation Y’s favorite personal finance adviser. His message: Motivation isn’t enough. Develop a system, and get over yourself. He blogs a message of tough financial love. Ramit’s unusual combination of psychology, analytical testing, and irreverent style led Fortune Magazine to call him the “new finance guru on the block.” This summer he was featured in Forbes 2013 Wealth Wizards, opposite Warren Buffet as one of 2013’s top financial experts.

Ramit appears on national television regularly, and periodically writes for the New York Times. He studied social influence and persuasion at Stanford, and previously co-founded PBworks, a Silicon Valley collaboration startup.

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  1. So through the process of changing my life for the better. I stumbled upon Ramit Sethi. An amazing inspirational and logical thinker. I have actually just made a video myself in the pursuit of a rich life and happiness. I don't know what I would do if I hadn't stumbled upon your channel and many other enlightened minds.
    Thank you for your videos! An come check out some of mine! :]

  2. Ramit,
    Efficiency is for people who work 9-5pm and want to leave office early to pick up their kids.
    Effectiveness is for one who has something to risk, like a business or sales and need to find a way to get to the next level.

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