Sean Ring used to sit at his desk during high school wondering what he had done in a past life to deserve this.
At the insistence of his parents, he repeated this exercise “earning” – their word, not his – a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration at Villanova University, majoring in finance and minoring in political science. Luckily, he wasted only their money, not his. He did it a third and final time getting his Master’s in Finance at London Business School, this time wasting his employer’s shareholder’s funds.
“There must be a better way,” Sean thought.
So he became the teacher he always wanted.
Thanks to a massively extroverted personality, a Mensa-level IQ, some high school drama classes, and a two-decade career in and around banking, he bounces around classrooms like a sugar-addled futures broker explaining the ins-and-outs of high finance and economics, including why quantitative easing, high yield bonds, and modern monetary theory just mean money printing, junk bonds, and more money printing.
This seemingly dangerous, but potent combination of skills allows Sean to:
He’s not for everyone, that’s for sure. Some students get downright annoyed when they realize they don’t have the day off.
But if you’re keen to explore the possibilities of Sean howling about how great entrepreneurship, capitalism, and business building are, then give us a call.