When you have been in the financial sector for nearly thirty years, you really have to love your job. Heck, to do anything for thirty years, I would hope that you love the job, care about it, and give it your all. When it comes to Brian Bonar, there are many words to describe him. Passion is the one that is sticking with me right now.
Brian Bonar has never lost that passion and that thirst for the job. He has never burned himself out or gotten tired of it or looked for other lines of work. He believes this is his true calling and he takes it incredibly seriously. Learn more about Brian Bonar: http://xrepublic.net/2015/09/03/brian-bonar-trains-his-employees-in-exceptional-customer-service/
He knows a lot of people are counting on him, rely on him, and depend on him. Others might welt under that pressure or it might be too much for them to handle. When it comes to Brian Bonar, he puts on his thinking cap and gets right to work.
I’m honored and pleased to announce that Brian Bonar recently received the Cambridge Who’s Who® Executive of the Year in Finance for his work as CEO of Dalrada Financial Corporation. This is the highest honor that one can receive in their line of work, which shows you the importance of it and what it means to Brian Bonar.
In addition to that, only two men and two women receive this award every year. It isn’t like they hand this award out to just anyone. You have to earn it and if there is anyone that has earned it, it is Brian Bonar. He is a true leader in every sense of the word.
After thirty years, he still loves to pass on his knowledge to the younger generation. He loves to help them, guide them, and show them the way. Brian Bonar knows they are the future and he is a firm believer in protecting the future and taking care of it in the best possible way.
According to Bloomberg, Brian Bonar has also taken his professional and academic achievements quite seriously as well. He knows what he has done, where he has gone to school, and what he has achieved. He is proud, as he should be, and I have a feeling this won’t be the last time he will be winning this award.
I think it will be the first of many awards for him, and every single one has been earned through his own work ethic. These might sound like cliches, but they are true for him. He is the first person in the office in the morning and the last one to leave. He puts in the extra hours. He doesn’t stop until he has an answer. That’s just how he is wired.