Now, let’s accept first that knowledge is available already in various forms including on the internet, in most cases, free. What is missing is a structure. What is more importantly missing is the application.
We know the info, we can find it too, but we don’t know how to apply. The purpose of Money Master is to get you to apply and in the process rewire your brain, rethink investment choices and be able to use that process over and over again over your entire investing life.
You also build the defence system (the knowledge and the tools) to protect and grow your money, to take away the guesswork out of decisions and thus, reach your financial freedom.
How different is this from the advisory service?
The same difference that is between giving a fish and learning how to fish.
You can use the various aspects of Money Master to prepare yourself (learn how to fish) and take your investment thinking up by several notches.
Is it a basic or advanced? Will it be useful for me?
It is definitely more than basics. For basics, we have Investing 101.
With Money Master, you take a step further and towards application then just ‘reading’. The application makes the difference.
Now, we will cover several ‘concepts’ too but only for the purpose of building up to the application using various exercises, discussions, etc.
Who should I not subscribe to Money Master?
If you are looking for any kind of shortcut or for specific recommendations only and have no intention to lead your mind into a new way of thinking then Money Master is not right for you.
We are looking to prepare for the next 40 to 50 years of our investing life. To bring in logic to our decisions and stop losing and wasting money. We need to understand what truly is risk and how do we work with it meaningfully than succumb to it.
Is there any preparation required?
So, we are not taking up the ABC of personal finance and investments here. If you think you need that too, I recommend that you go through Investing 101 before.
Apart from that you just need an open mind and be able to spare some time to make the most of this program.
How will I access the content? Will there be online Skype sessions or pre recorded content?
The content will be in various formats including documents, worksheets, video, audio, etc.
Most of the content will be available for you to consume at your convenience. Weekdays or weekends, you can just login to your Money Master account and access the content and work with it including participate in discussions and exercises.
There could be a couple of live sessions too but they will be recorded as well and available to use any time.
How much time do I need to give?
If you can spare about 2 to 3 hours on a weekly basis, it should work for you. Even if you miss a week or so sometimes, you can always catch up subsequently over the many months.
How will I clear my doubts or raise queries?
There are dedicated discussion forums where you can raise your questions. We will also have Q&A sessions and of course, you can reach out to me directly as well.
Don’t forget, you have a 45 minute consultation call with me to discuss any aspect.
Why are you taking in only 50 members?
That’s a good one. I don’t want to make it crowded. Fewer numbers will ensure that there is no stampede and you get adequate attention.
When does Money Master start?
It starts mid August so the best time to get in is NOW.
Can I refer my friends to Money Master?
You are most welcome to do that. In fact, you are quite generous to think so.
Is this course relevant only for people from India?
Well, the course covers some of the key aspects about investing, behaviour and personal finance. In that respect, it is a universal course. Even some of the examples used are those with worldwide appeal. So, if the currency units don’t bother you, you can pretty much take this course.
How do I subscribe?
The course is currently closed for new signups. If you wish to be informed about when it next opens, please indicate your interest with the form below.
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