ESN continues its series of interviews with authors ofÂ Faithful Is Successful. You can read Chelsea Foster’sÂ previous post on Soo Chuen Tan’sÂ chapter inÂ Faithful Is SuccessfulÂ here.Â Soo Chuen Tan grew up in Malaysia and attended college at Oxford, England. Soo Chuen later received a fellowship as a Harvey Fellow to Harvard University to complete his MBA. He decided to join the investment management field, but was challenged by certain ethical demands of the industry. As a result, five years ago he founded his own firm in order to manage money for non-profit foundations and individuals with endowments whose missions aligned with his spiritual foundations. He joined the Harvey Fellows advisory board in 2005, and now lives in Stanford, Connecticut.
1. ESN: You note in your essay that â€œit is critically important to sail by a strong internal compassÂ . . .Â we must be able and willing to do the right thing even if this is against our best interests.â€ Do you have any practical suggestions or words of wisdom on how others might develop such convictions? [Read more…] about Faithful in Successful: Interview with Soo Chuen Tan