Entrepreneur and first CIO for the Government of Estonia; Pioneer of e-Estonia
Author of The Psychology of Money, the international bestseller that sold more than 2 million copies and has been translated to over 50 languages. Speaker Morgan Housel has won several awards, including the Best in Business Award and the New York Times Sidney Award. Organizations book Morgan Housel to gain valuable insights on the psychological and emotional aspects of personal finance and wealth management, and learn how to make better financial decisions and achieve their financial goals.
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Finance speaker Morgan Housel wrote the bestseller The Psychology of Money. The book is available in 52 languages, and its popularity resulted in more than 2 million copies sold around the world. The book became an international bestseller as it teaches readers the role of personal biases and emotions in financial decision making. Also, the ways in which money flows within an economy. Above all, the book provides tips on how to approach money in a more rational manner and make sound financial decisions.
Currently, Morgan is a partner at Collaborative Fund, a venture capital business that invests in innovative start-ups. Morgan won several awards, including the Best in Business Award and the New York Times Sidney Award. He was also a Gerald Loeb Award finalist, due to his contributions to finance and business. Currently, he is a member of Markel’s board of directors.
Speaker Morgan Housel employs history, psychology, sociology, and neuroscience concepts. For the most part, Morgan’s talks explore how investors can turn into their own worst enemies due to cognitive biases. In his keynotes, he also discusses the need to understand your own behavior in order to meet your financial objectives. To better illustrate the current status of the investment sector, financial markets, and personal finances, he uses storytelling and up-to-date research.
Moreover, Morgan is the author of 50 Years in the Making, a book he released in 2012. The book describes those years’ recession as the worst since the Great Depression. Prior to that, he also wrote Everyone Believes It, a book that talks about investing and the economy. Members of the Society of American Business Editors and Writers consider Morgan’s ability to explain things to be top-notch.
Based on Morgan Housel's international bestseller The Psychology of Money. This is a thought-provoking and insightful exploration of the psychological and emotional aspects of personal finance and wealth management. In this talk, Housel delves into the ways in which our attitudes and behaviors towards money are shaped by our experiences, beliefs, and emotions, and how these factors can influence our financial decisions and outcomes. He also discusses the role of psychology in understanding and addressing common financial challenges and pitfalls, such as overspending, debt, and financial anxiety. Through engaging stories and examples, Housel offers valuable insights and practical advice on how to better manage and understand our money, and how to use it to achieve our financial goals and live a fulfilling and meaningful life.
In this talk, Morgan Housel discusses the common cognitive and emotional biases and pitfalls that can lead investors astray and hinder their financial success. Through engaging stories and examples, Housel illustrates how these biases and pitfalls can manifest in various forms, such as overconfidence, herd mentality, and loss aversion, and how they can distort our judgement and decision making. He also provides practical strategies and tips on how to overcome these biases and pitfalls, and how to approach investing in a more rational and disciplined manner. This talk offers valuable insights and practical advice for investors of all levels and is essential for anyone looking to improve their financial decision making skills and achieve their financial goals.
In this talk, bestselling author Morgan Housel discusses the relationship between wealth and happiness, and how our attitudes and behaviors towards money can influence our financial outcomes and overall well-being. Through engaging stories and examples, Housel illustrates the role of psychology and emotions in shaping our financial decisions and outcomes, and how to use money in a more mindful and purposeful manner to achieve our financial goals and live a fulfilling and meaningful life. He also provides practical strategies and tips on how to build wealth and happiness, and how to balance financial success with other important aspects of life, such as relationships, health, and personal growth.
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