Financial success plays a vital role in the overall success of an Individual. Without proper knowledge of financial management, one cannot have enough no matter how much he earns. There are numerous ways in which we can gain knowledge that leads us to financial freedom. You may buy a course, read a book or attend workshops. One of the best ways to gain knowledge about financial independence is by following the best financial motivational speakers.
In this article, we will give you a glimpse of renowned financial motivators who have paved theirs as well as millions of people’s way to financial freedom. Let’s begin!
Dave Ramsey is one of the best financial motivational speakers in personal finance management. In 1992 he founded a financial counseling organization The Lampoo Group, LLC. On his own radio show, The Dave Ramsey Show, he shares his knowledge on personal finance. This podcast has 14 million weekly listeners. Ramsey’s live events have drawn at least a million people. Ramsey has authored several books of which the best were Smart Money Smart Kids and The Legacy Journal. Some of his other publications include Dave Ramsey’s Complete Guide to Money, More Than Enough, EntreLeadership, etc. These novels have sold over 11 million copies combined.
Palaniappan Chidambaram was elected as the finance minister of India in 2004-20014. He completed his graduation from the Presidency College, Chennai, with a BSc degree in statistics. He pursued his Bachelor of Laws degree from Ambedkar Government Law College then known as the Madras Law College. He further opted for MBA from Harvard Business School. To address an unmanageable fiscal deficit, Chidambaram instituted fiscal discipline and began an ambitious tax reform initiative. His decision to forgive farmer debt helped to raise aggregate demand in the Indian economy, successfully shielding India from the effects of the recession.
Peter Schiff is one of the best financial motivational speakers and is well known for his prediction of the 2008 financial crisis. Currently, he is the Chief Global Strategist and CEO of Euro Pacific Capital. Peter Schiff has been mentioned among the best financial advisors and speakers in Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times, the Washington Post, and The Los Angeles Times. In his financial management talks, he generally covers topics related to investment and strategies.
Jeroen van der Veer
Jeroen Van der Veer is the current Vice-Chairman of Equinor ASA’s Supervisory Board (Norway). He chairs the Supervisory Boards of Royal Philips, Royal Boskalis Westminster N.V., and the Technical University of Delft. Van der Veer served as Vice-Chairman and Senior Independent Director of Unilever until May 2011, and was a member of ING’s Supervisory Board from 2009 to 2019, serving as Chairman from 2011 to 2019. Van der Veer is an Honorary Citizen of Singapore and is involved with a number of organizations and charities.
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi
Lorenzo Bini Smaghi entered the field of finance in 1983 as an Economist at the Research Department of the Banca d’Italia. He completed his Bachelor’s degree from Université Catholique de Louvain (Belgium). He then pursued his master’s from the University of Southern California. His major subject was economics and further went for Ph.D. in economics from the University of Chicago.
Currently, Lorenzo Bini Smaghi is appointed as the chairman of the French bank Société Générale. He has covered several financial issues in his books and articles. Lorenzo is mentioned as the A-List of Commentators for the Financial Times. He also served at the European Central Bank as a Member of the Executive Board from 2005-to 2011.
Wrapping it up:
Each and every financial motivator have their own way of inspiring individuals and helping them out in their financial journey. You can always follow the one who seems to help you out with their talks. No matter your choice, each of the above-mentioned motivators has a remarkable record of inspiring its followers.