Money With Heart | Episode 9

Money With Heart | Episode 9

               

Using Banking For Good. Holly Ziegal Ruxin, CEO & Founder Montcalm TCR, just off a jet from San Francisco, sits down on the Human First couch with Penny to discuss curiosity, perfection, and how life-changing lessons can be learnt from a 5-year-old.

This Week We Explore:

  • What exactly is perfection
  • Why it’s important in Holly’s life to be of service to others
  • Constantly being curious and constantly asking the question, the answers come, and it’s really fun

Where To Find Holly
LinkedIn
Montcalm TCR

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