Bruce Bent II Embraces Philosophy to Continue Domination in Financial Industry

As both the Vice Chairman and President of the prestigious financial company Double Rock Corporations, Bruce Bent II has made some major headway in the financial world. Bruce Bent II is one of the leading entrepreneurs and cash management pioneers in the world of finance and his work as a senior exec at Double Rock has been something to really pay attention to. More than anything we have been consistently impressed by his willingness to share his knowledge and help point young entrepreneurs into the right direction. Bruce Bent II sat down and opened up a dialogue about all of the key information that makes for a successful career in business.

Any conversation with an entrepreneur should start out discussing habits. Habits are the things we do that make us successful and they are the traits that most define us. For Bruce Bent II there is no habit more defining than his consistent refusal to back down. Bent II admits that he hates to hear someone tell him no and that when he is rejected in business he immediately begins to look for an alternate path to his ultimate goal. Bent II jokes that it could be a character flaw but he also admits that he has seen this same trait in many of the most successful entrepreneurs around.

It’s hard to imagine Bruce Bent II doing anything different in business due to how successful Double Rock Corporation has become, but he still has advice to his younger self: diversify early on. Business is built on successful diversification and that means that young entrepreneurs need to always be ready to reach out and make an addition to their network. You never know which business is going to hit, so having many of them on your plate is a perfect way to set yourself up for success.

Through it all the most recurring theme with Bruce Bent II seems to be his complete commitment to working and operating as a team. Bent II knows that, ultimately, you can’t find true success unless you put smart and talented people around you while you pursue your goals.

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