Here's my Story
Twenty-one. The age I became an executive in my family’s business.
Twenty-one. The age when I also started to handle some of our companies’ operations, including some work for our publicly-listed companies. To a twenty-one-year-old, that’s a lot of responsibility! With only my Bachelor’s degree in hand and help from my parents, I proceeded to work my way through the companies.
At twenty-four, I started my MBA; I finished it a year later. At twenty-eight, I officially became a board director, not just for one company, but for two of them. A year later, I got my CIBE from Columbia Business School, making me an Ivy League graduate.
How did I do all of this before I turned thirty?
By embracing change.