A Jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one.

How do you see yourself: Someone who can do many things, but not an expert on any of them or are you the expert of a certain field, but cannot perform other tasks?

For today’s episode, Ken describes how a jack of all trades, but a master of none, can be seen as a compliment, rather than a criticism. He also talks about how he, a jack of all trades, was able to create a strong foundation and teaching which allowed him to change other people’s lives and perception about money and savings.

Ken Greene transitioned from being a Professional Engineer (P.E.) to the “Engineer of Finance.” His goal is to help people become financially independent and help them earn better yields with less risk by investing Off Wall Street.

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Show Notes

  • The reason behind the show’s title: Jack of All Trades is a Master of None
  • Why Ken admires Benjamin Franklin
  • How he categorizes himself: Is he a jack of all trades or a master of one?
  • The other things that can be done after creating a strong foundation and teaching savings and savings strategies
  • What makes quantitative analysis and studies fascinating


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