I Love Money- The Perplexing and Baffling World of Money

I Love Money- The Perplexing and Baffling World of Money by Suresh Padmanabhan

The biggest Money Rule, all who have Money make the rules.
— Suresh Padmanabhan

Some of the costliest paintings running into millions of dollars were created by the master artist Vincent van Gogh. You will be surprised to know that the this person lived and died in austerity?


I Love Money- Sound of Money

I Love Money- Sound of Money by Suresh Padmanabhan

Excerpt from the International Bestseller- I Love Money by Suresh Padmanabhan

Say ‘Yes to Money’ “T’is money that makes the world go round!” goes the famous saying about money. Quite true isn’t it? Money does make the world go round. If its not in your pocket, its in your head. A
part of everybody’s life, a part of you, that’s what money is. It has such great power that it can command attention from everyone.


I Love Money- Money Speaks Truths

I Love Money- Money Speaks Truths by Suresh Padmanabhan

Essence from the book ” I Love Money” by Suresh Padmanabhan, an international bestseller.

Day in and Day out you come in touch with me, but you still miss me totally. You love me, you hate me, you are depressed when I do not come to you, you feel happy when I do, there are a million emotions you experience through me, yet you criticize me, condemn me, call me evil and all kind of bad names. You treat me like a enemy but you still want me, you want to possess me… I do not Understand this human behaviour.


Attract Money- Learning from a 3000 year old story

Attract Money- Learning from a 3000 year old story- Suresh Padmanabhan

There is one story in childhood which I heard from my Grandmother. This story is from the popular Aesop’s Fables, credited to Aesop a slave and a story teller who lived in Greece about 620 and 560 BCE. This story hence is as old as 3000 years.

Read the story first, then we will speak about Money.

THE GRAPES ARE SOUR from The Aesop’s Fables

Once upon a time, there was this hungry fox who was roaming around here and there searching for food. Because of hunger, he was feeling weak and tired. Fortunately, he came to a garden where he saw a grape-vine laden with bunches of juicy grapes.

The fox looked at the grapes, with its mouth watering and longing eyes. He jumped high to grab the grapes, but as the bunches were high, failed miserably. So he sat down for a while to take some rest. On feeling refreshed, he jumped again as high as he could, to get at the grapes. But he failed this time too. He tried quite a number of times but failed each time.

Forced to give, he just walked away and instead of accepting his failure, he remarked “the grapes are sour”


Handling Money- Learning from the Titanic (Part 2)

Handling Money- Learning from the Titanic by Suresh Padmanabhan (Part 2)

Late on the night of April 14, 1912, the Titanic, considered as one of the strongest ships every built sank in a horribly tragic way. A total of 1,523 lives were lost when the Titanic ship sank like a pack of cards, beneath the ice cold waters of the Atlantic.

When the Titanic was sinking there was a scramble for the lifeboats which were in shortage. In each person’s mind there was only one thought- to escape to safety no matter what.

When economies and countries collapse the same happens. Each and everyone want to jump off. The high, the mighty and the men in power will be the first to escape. They will be hurt the least because they have money and power. But what about the poor individual?

It is prudent to protect your own Money Interest. Always have a back- up plan of what will happen to you or your family, if the worst happens.