Ep126: Mario Nawfal – Persistence Helps You Recover From Disasters

Mario Nawfal is the founder of the Athena Group of Companies, a conglomerate that operates in more than 40 countries. He started in 2012 with $300 in the bank selling blenders door to door and built that into a business (Froothie) that generated $10m in its second year. Next he built global brand status with…

Ep125: Lex Sokolin – Put the Proven Power of Diversification on Your Side

Lex Sokolin is a futurist and an entrepreneur focused on the next generation of financial services. He is the global fintech co-head at ConsenSys, a blockchain technology company building the infrastructure, applications, and practices that enable a decentralized world. Lex focuses on emerging digital assets, public and private enterprise blockchain solutions, and decentralized autonomous organizations.…

Ep123: Jen Greyson – Start-ups Always Look Great, Plan for the Worst

Jen Greyson is one of the top eight women in crypto and is a “genius at failure”. She’s currently running co.co, a start-up that’s the Airbnb of office space, speaks inter-nationally on topics ranging from AI to being a female tech founder and knows the struggle of being a working parent through the longest summer.…

Ep122: Douglas Tengdin – The Government Can Take Anything Away

Douglas Tengdin, CFA, is the chief investment officer (CIO) of Charter Trust Company, where he has worked since 2000. He graduated magna cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1982, and received his CFA Charter in 1992. He was the founding president of CFA Society Vermont and remains an active volunteer with the CFA Institute. His…