With information now readily available, many readers seek to improve their financial literacy. Below are seven TED talks that can help you go from being lost in the financial world, to crafting a personal finance plan.
Curtis Carroll delivered this presentation from prison in 2016. The theme of his talk is that financial literacy is a lifestyle more so than a skill. He discusses various strategies focusing on personal finance. Curtis Carroll’s talk is a motivating introduction because if he can do it from prison, surely anyone has hope.
This TED Talk was given by David Burkus, who works in the management research industry. In this presentation, he claims that it is best for people in a company to exchange salary details with one another. His research proves that employee happiness increases and company discrimination decrease as a result of this.
This talk is given by Shlomo Benartzi, a respected economist. He goes over the importance of saving, and how many Americans continuously put it off. He presents dramatic statistics about the popularity of 401(k) accounts and American saving amounts.
4) The Battle Between Your Present and Future Self
In this TED Talk from Daniel Goldstein, another economist, he opts to use the distinction between our present and future selves as motivation to begin saving. He provides strategies for how we can prevent ourselves from harming our future selves by saving today.
This talk from social commentator Geoff Mulgan is simply focused on how to effectively invest after the most recent economic crash.
6) How to Buy Happiness
Michael Norton is a social science researcher who presents on how donating our money to charitable causes can result in more happiness.
In this TED Talk, Neha Narula, who works at Digital Currency Initiative, presents on the power of using a digital currency system.
The information is surely out there and starting with these seven TED Talks, you can improve your financial literacy in no time.
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