Brian Vieaux: Be Patient & Stay Curious
Brian Vieaux's financial services experience includes strategy, business development, sales and marketing, compliance, quality control, and risk management. In building business channels in both large and medium-sized companies, Brian has gained experience in all phases of management and leadership. Brian began his mortgage banking career with Source One Mortgage Services Corporation and was part of the integration team assembled after CitiMortgage acquired Source One in 1999.In 2005, Brian attained the Mortgage Bankers Association industry designation of Certified Mortgage Banker (CMB). Brian is an alumnus of Michigan State University. Brian is a former RESBOG member and was co-chair of the MBA Wholesale Executive Forum.Currently, Brian is a board member of the Downtown Boxing Gym Youth Program. This non-profit organization has been teaching kids in Detroit's toughest neighborhoods valuable life lessons inside and outside the classroom and boxing ring since 2007. In this episode Jason and Brian discuss:Transitioning into being a CEO Putting the time into learning moreBeing patient and realisticServing the community Key Takeaways: Sometimes, the way to growth is through reinventing yourself. Be patient, but be realistic. Invest time in something, but don’t let yourself stay on something without progress.Changing people’s lives often start a chain reaction of transformation. People you positively influence often influence others positively. “You have to be willing to work and get dirty. You can’t lean on the shovel, you gotta put the shovel in the ground and do the work.” - Brian Vieaux For more about Detroit’s Downtown Boxing Gym: https://dbgdetroit.org/ Connect with Brian:Website: www.finlocker.comLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brianvieauxcmb/ Connect with Steve and Jason:LinkedIn: Jason or SteveWebsite: Rewire, Inc.: Transformed Thinking Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine TallaAudio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.