Alexander has an amazing academic pedigree. He did all the hards yards to make it to wall street and then his wife Rebecca reminded him that 100 hours a week was not great for bringing up a family.
So he left and started working as a professor in Finance to help students get educated better to solve global challenges.
Alexander also shared his experience on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur given his board and mentoring experience.
Lots of value in this interview and Alexander is an inspiration.
What you will learn in the podcast
- Why working 100 hours a week in Wall Street is not for everyone
- What support you need to make the transition
- What is the future of Fintech and how it will positively help SMBs
- Modern learning styles
- Key habits essential for succeeding as an entrepreneur
- End of day summary
- 80/20 rule
Links mentioned in the podcast
- Getting Things Done
- World Vision
- WorkLife with Adam Grant
- Freakonomics Radio
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