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Jagneet Singh

Story Teller | Financial Literacy Advocate | @TEDx Speaker | @Huffpostcanada Contributor | House of Lords award-recipient

Jagneet Malhotra is a dynamic story teller and advocate for financial literacy as a Junior Partner at Mansha Financial, a specialty insurance firm based in Toronto, Ontario. <br> <br> When he's not helping his portfolio of high profile clients including athletes and entertainers navigate their insurance needs, he acts as a motivational speaker to youth and young professionals around the world. <br> <br> Jagneet has shared the stage with some of the biggest names in business and politics including Terry Stuart, CIO at Deloitte, Michael Wekerle, CBC's Dragons' Den, Preet Bharara, U.S District attorney, and the Ministers of Defence and Innovation, the Honourable Harjit Sajjan and Navdeep Bains, just to name a few. <br> <br> In 2015, he delivered a TEDx talk as an alumn for the University of Waterloo. The title of his talk was, "What Makes You one in 7.5 Billion?" - a provoking dialogue on sharing your story with the world. <br> <br> His online content has been featured in 2 international film festivals, accumulated over 6.5 million views, and published in over 50 media outlets including: BBC, Huffington Post, International Business Times, Toronto Star, CTV, Times of India, Reddit, Upworthy, and Yahoo. <br> <br> in 2016, he was honoured at the House of Lords, UK as a distinguished public speaker of Indian descent at the Global India Summit.
I Love How Sports Transcend Barriers To Let Us Come

I Love How Sports Transcend Barriers To Let Us Come Together

Simply put, sports has a way of connecting people. When you throw on your team colours, you're no longer a Sikh, Jew, Christian, White, or Black. You're simply a fan. And the only thing that matters in that moment is realizing the dream of seeing your team lift up the trophy one day and host a parade on your home streets.
05/02/2016 11:37 EDT
Telling Your Story Can Change The

Telling Your Story Can Change The World

A few years ago I decided to embark on a backpacking trip across Europe for two months. Towards the end of my travels, I found myself at the Sisteen Chapel in Rome, Italy. As I was standing there, enchanted by this insanely crazy masterpiece, I felt a soft whisper perk the tiny hairs on the back of my neck.
03/01/2016 05:58 EST
Are The Homeless Even

Are The Homeless Even People?

Truth is, that wasn't normal by any means. As a society, our relationship with homeless people is simple; either you drop a coin or walk by. It's impossible to connect with people as people because we let ourselves get divided only by borders, but also by our occupations, social status, and other arbitrary self-imposed barriers.
10/12/2014 10:03 EDT