Psychology of Money


Money success doesn’t always depend on your knowledge. It has to do with your behavior. Even for extremely intelligent people, conduct is difficult to teach. Understanding the psychology of Money can make a difference between the Rich and Poor. Finance is often taught as a math-based subject. Where statistics and formulae tell us exactly what to do with regard to investment, personal finance, and corporate decisions. On a spreadsheet, however, people do not make financial decisions in the real world. They are made around the dinner table or in a meeting space, where personal history, your particular worldview, ego, pride, marketing, and strange incentives are all mixed up.

This book is great for all readers who don’t understand how to properly use their money and would like to better manage their money. Psychology of Money emphasizes the idea of using money to make money which is not widely understood.


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