What do the sacred scriptures of various religions say about money? How has it evolved as a means of social control since the days of Ancient Mesopotamia? Bestselling author Kabir Sehgal talks big chunks of history and even bigger chunks of change.
Tipping is complicated. In some countries, tipping too much is a grave insult. In others, it's a sign of wealth. And in the US, how much you tip depends entirely on your mood at the time.
Author Kabir Sehgal discusses several reasons why Wall Street investors make irrational decisions that lead to market instability.
Best-selling author Kabir Sehgal explores the future of money during the age of space tourism and explains why it's better to pay attention to predictions of science-fiction than those of economists.
Kabir Sehgal was a vice president in emerging market equities at J. P. Morgan in New York. He serves as an officer in the United States Navy Reserve, served as a speechwriter on a presidential campaign, and is a term member of the Council on Foreign Relations. He is the New York Times bestselling author of books including Coined, Walk in My Shoes (with Andrew Young), A Bucket of Blessings, and Jazzocracy. A Grammy-winning producer who has performed with Grammy-winning musicians as a jazz bassist, he co-founded an arts organization which merged with the Afro Latin Jazz Alliance. Sehgal is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the London School of Economics.