When I left the navy I wanted higher earnings potential and a more mentally stimulating career.
After leaving the army I was a very unhappy recruitment consultant… I’d always had an interest in financial matters and markets, so it was a natural progression.
I was fortunate enough to be selected to serve with the British Military Advisory Training Team (BMATT) in Zimbabwe in 1983 where I set up and ran the Officer’s Training Wing for the Zimbabwe National Army.
I wanted to have my own business dealing directly with the public and have a financial relationship that would last for several years. I wanted to be rewarded for my own personal effort and not rely on the merits of others.
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