Ramit Sethi

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Ramit Sethi
Born Ramit Singh Sethi[1]
(1982-06-30) June 30, 1982 (age 36)
California, United States
Residence New York, NY, U.S.
Nationality American
Alma mater Stanford University (B.A.), 2004 (M.A.), 2005
Occupation Entrepreneur
Known for Blogging
Relatives Prab Sethi (father)
Neelam Sethi (mother)[1]
Maneesh Sethi (brother)

Ramit Singh Sethi is an American personal finance advisor and entrepreneur.[2] Sethi is the author of the 2009 book on personal finance, I Will Teach You To Be Rich and founder of GrowthLab.com,[3] owner of IWillTeachYouToBeRich.com, and owner and a co-founder of PBworks, a commercial wiki website.[4]

He attended Bella Vista High School in Fair Oaks, CA,[citation needed]. In 2004, he graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts (Information & Society) in Science, Technology & Society with a minor in Psychology.[5] In 2005 he received a Master of Arts in Sociology (Social Psychology and Interpersonal Processes), also from Stanford.[6]

Business[edit]

In addition to the blog, Sethi has released multiple courses online.

  • Earn 1k
  • Find Your Dream Job -
  • Ramit's Brain Trust
  • Zero to Launch
  • Call to Action
  • Accelerator

In 2015, Sethi announced the launch of GrowthLab.com, an end-to-end online marketing resource.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Ramit Sethi got engaged in 2017 to Cassandra Campa who works as a fashion buyer for Equinox Fitness.[8]

Books[edit]

In 2009, Sethi released I Will Teach You To Be Rich.

Philanthropy[edit]

In 2015, Sethi raised over $350,000 for the non-profit Pencils of Promise.[9]

Controversy[edit]

According to five Glassdoor[10] reviews, Ramit's company "I Will Teach You to be Rich" has a 2.9 star rating out of 5 from current and former employees. Only 23% of current or former employees recommend the company to a friend.

Some of the complaints include bad leadership[11], long and inflexible hours[12], and "an overall lack of trust the company has in employees."[13]

Ramit's content has been criticized for being ineffective[14].

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