What do you enjoy most about wealth management?
Helping our clients feel comfortable and secure so they can focus on what is most important in their lives.
What do you love most about being part of The Andrews Group?
The team approach we take to making our clients’ lives better. We all work together to provide the best experience possible for our clients.
What quality of yours makes you best suited to do what you do?
I think my candid and caring nature allows me to have insightful conversations with clients which allows us to find the best solution possible.
How should people think about their wealth?
They should think about it as a means to an end, not an end in itself. Our clients have important goals and achievements they would like to accomplish and their money is simply a vehicle to help them do those things that are important to them.
What do you love to do outside of work?
Spend time with friends, family, cook, martial arts (jiu jitsu) training, and working on my personal fitness.
What would you be doing if you weren’t working for The Andrews Group?
Before pursuing a career in financial services, I had seriously considered going to law school and becoming a lawyer.
What personal accomplishments are you most proud of?
Raising our children, Olivia and Leo, completing my MBA, as well the hard work and dedication I’ve put in to pursue my personal journey in martial arts.
What professional accomplishment are you most proud of?
Courage and belief in myself (and others around me) to take chances to create a career that allows me to do what I love every day.
What was the most influential book you’ve read and why?
In grade school a read a book called The Giver. It helped me understand the importance of experiencing real emotions in life and that a utopian society in which people are all “the same” ultimately will not allow for personal satisfaction.
I also enjoy regularly listening to podcasts. A couple of my favourites are Tim Ferriss, he helps me think outside the box and realize you can create the life you want for yourself. Hardcore History helps put things into a perspective of having an appreciation for the way we live today.