After thirty years of professional management experience in the financial sector, one might think that Brian Bonar would get tired of the job. Maybe he would get burnt out or look towards retirement. That isn’t Brian Bonar, however. He is always burning the midnight oils, putting in the extra effort, and putting himself out there. He isn’t looking to just take it easy, kick back, and say, “Well, I’ve done my job. Let me relax now.” In fact, it is the opposite for him. He is looking for ways to improve, expand, grow, and become even stronger and better. That is proven by his recent award, which was the Cambridge Who’s Who® Executive of the Year in Finance. Keep in mind, now, that only two men and two women get this award every year.
Brian Bonar is always looking to keep things fresh and interesting. He doesn’t like to get comfortable or content. In his mind, those are two of the worst things that a CEO or a Chairman can be. This award will not change his style, his approach, or how he runs his business. It will make him work even harder to prove that the award was given to him for a reason and he has earned it. That is Brian Bonar, though. He likes to work for things. He doesn’t want anything to be given to him on a silver platter. He prefers to roll up his sleeves, get down and dirty, and keep working as hard as possible.
His hard work is what has gotten him to this point, where he is looked at as a leader. Leadership, in fact, is one of the things they look for when they give out this award. They don’t make leaders like Brian Bonar that often. They have just the right leadership style that works and allows the company to succeed, grow, and become better, each and every day. When Brian wakes up in the morning, he can’t wait to tackle whatever task is thrown his way. He doesn’t believe in problems. He believes in solutions and finding the right one for each and every problem.
That’s the thing about Brian. He is like a great quarterback in the fourth quarter. He is ready to step up, make the throw, and lead the charge. He doesn’t crumble under the pressure or hand off the job to someone else. The man also doesn’t like to take days off or take it easy. He knows that you have to keep working at it and you can’t stop. There is always someone out there, some competition, and he wants to defeat the competition and stay on top.
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