Private Aviation Entrepreneur
When the third twenty-something stock broker in one day came to cash a $50K bonus check, Joshua Hebert had enough. These guys in suits were the same age as he was! But he was just a bank teller, and they were…well, how different could they possibly be?
It was no small feat that Joshua had up and left Worcester, Massachusetts, for a new life in New York City. But when he got there, he was surrounded by the bigger and better, richer and bolder. The youngbloods irked him, but they also inspired him. He quit his job and became a stock broker himself, working for Sands Brothers. Armed with a telephone, a briefcase, and a chair (a desk would come later), Joshua worked from 7 am to 8 pm, six days a week, cold calling. It was miserable. But Joshua learned that he was a survivor, if only for the fact that he didn’t give up.
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