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FQ Mom

Financial Quotient by FQ Mom

P680

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Why You Need This
(Book 2) FQ: Why Financial Education / The Psychology of Money

This is a special 2 in 1 book done by FQ Mom. The first book/part (front cover) discusses Why Financial Education Alone Does Not Work. It includes a crash course in Behavioral Economics explained in easy-to-understand language.

The second book/part discusses the Psychology of Money. It explains 16 Behavioral Economics principles that affect the way you deal with money in a fun way, with the help of Rational (Makatwirang) Mak and Emotional Emong.

(Book 1) FQ: Financial Intelligence Quotient Book

The first book talks about this essential 21st century skill of handling our personal finances. Find out why we have a hard time talking about money even within our family. The exercises in this book will help you dig deep into your childhood memory in order to understand your relationship with money, and improve on it. Learn about the basic laws of money and know where you stand by taking the FQ Test.

Take this FQ journey with your loved ones and the people within your circle of influence. Having a high FQ is arming yourself with Economic Self-Defense.

About the author: Rose Fres Fausto
Rose Fres Fausto was an investment banker turned full-time homemaker and now a writer and speaker on money and family using Behavioral Economics principles. She graduated with honors with a degree in A.B. Economics from the Ateneo de Manila University and completed an Executive Course on Behavioral Economics at the Harvard Business School.

She’s also a columnist at PhilStar.com FQ Corner. She was the Grand Prize Winner of the first Sinag Financial Literacy Digital Journalism Award in 2014, and honored as one of the three Sheroes (She-Heroes) in 2019. She has written books entitled Raising Pinoy Boys, The Retelling of The Richest Man in Babylon (in English and Filipino versions), FQ: The nth Intelligence, The Emotional Cycle of Investing, and Why Financial Literacy Alone Does Not Work (a crash course in Behavioral Economics).
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