Saturday, July 12, 2008

Suresh Padmanabhan

“Never say that money is not important in life. Money is like blood flowing in our body, like the air that we breathe, and is an intrinsic part of life. The day we realise money is a wonderful tool and it is important and in the right hands it is more important – money needs to come to the right hands, to the right people – and allow its consciousness to grow and to flower, that day we will have the true flowering – the flowering of life, the flowering of happiness within us, and the flowering of spirituality.”

Suresh Padmanabhan, author of 'I Love... Money'
July 12, 4 pm

Suresh on Pentagram

Suresh on a common myth

Suresh on spirituality

Suresh on money

Suresh on charity

Suresh on handling money

Suresh on knowing the value of money

Suresh on the problem of too much information

Suresh on 'single postcard '

Suresh on making money work

Suresh on investing in gold

Suresh on why you should know yourself

Suresh on the need to experience the truth

Suresh on knowing the truth - (video poor)

Suresh on financial education

Suresh on how parents should pass the right values


Murali said...


Suresh Padmanabhan

Is an author, public speaker, columnist and creator of Money Workshop. His book "I Love Money" has been translated into 11 Indian and foreign languages and is an international best seller. He has toured widely all over the world conducting Money Workshops. Running worldwide since the last 10 years the Money Workshop has transformed tens of thousands and put them on the path of Material, Spiritual and a New Confidence in themselves.
Suresh Padmanabhan is a leading expert in the field of Mind Science and Growth Programs in India. He has done 15 years of Research on subjects like Psychology, Metaphysics, Individuality Development, Mind Science, NLP, and related topics.
He is a Post graduate in Management, and has several years of experience in working in leading organisations in Advertising, Public Relations, Sales and. Marketing, Event Management, Human Resources and Training.
His other workshop "Beyond Limits" has been a phenomenal success to enable people break their limitations. Here participants from all age groups are taught to "Walk on Fire", "Walk on Broken Glass" and "Fire Eating".
His talks have been telecast worldwide through Zee networks a leading Indian based T.V Channel. He has spoken to more than a million people worldwide and also to numerous corporates on topics connected with self-growth, money, wealth creation, spirituality and the stock markets. He is a columnist with leading magazines. He was associated with the Times of India initiative NIE, through which he could deliver talks across major English speaking schools and impact a new consciousness in children.
He has also delivered talks across India on the Indian Investing Opportunities focusing on the "Stock Markets". The talks focus on Emotional Management, The Truth V/S Lies on the markets, Strategies, and Spotting Multi-Baggers, Common Sense Wisdom etc.

He loves traveling, connecting with wonderful people and writing. Soon his other books are to be published like "On cloud 9-celebrating woman within"," I love Life", "Spiritual Secrets of Money"," I love the stock market" etc.
He wants the legacy of Indian Masters, Spiritual Gurus and the Great Indian Scriptures to be showcased across the world in a powerful manner. For this he has created a new path breaking program "Veda of life" which is Practical Dimensions of Spirituality.

His aim is to impact the millions of people worldwide and raise their level of consciousness in all areas of life especially in aspects pertaining to money and spirituality. For more on his works check out:
also he can be contacted on

Murali said...

date22 July 2008 10:02
subjectQuestions for an email interview - Suresh Padmanabhan


Here are a few questions for a possible email interview (with a focus on Investment World):

Just over a year ago, every one was talking about a bullish Indian economy and the stock markets going up to 25000. Today, with the Sensex around 13000, everyone seems to be down and out (of the market). Was it all over hyped then, and are we overreacting now?

The same was said of the rupee. IT companies were predicting the rupee to strengthen and reach 35 levels, after the dollar had fallen over 10%(to the rupee) last year and they seemed to be placing their hedges accordingly. Now it seems to be a story of dollar is weak, rupee is weaker. What's your view on the rupee vs dollar scenario and how do you think this will play out over the next year.

How should an investor go about identifying best stock picks in such a downturn market and how does one time a buying decision, especially when the entire sentiment seems to be negative.

What is your message to confused investors? Should they stay in the market, especially now that there are suggestions to look at the seemingly attractive fixed income investment options?

What should be a typical portfolio investment mix between Fixed Income investment, Equities, Savings/Term Deposits and other options like Gold and Real Estate, especially in times of slowdown and double digit inflation?

Where do you see the Indian stock market in the next 12 months?

Which are the sectors that you believe will be least hit in this kind of slowdown scenario?

Are there any specific Long Term stock picks (company specific/industry specific) that you would recommend in this market?

What are the common myths about money that you come across during your workshops?

How can the value of money be instilled in the young?

Do you suggest that being entrepreneurial rather than being employed is the road to wealth?

In what ways can financial education be made effective and widespread?

How do you measure your success?

Any other points of interest.