Alexander James Raymond started his financial career at Morgan Stanley. He kept working there for more than 10 years, gaining experience and learning as much as he could about money and running a business. He also learned that working as a team helped him build a network of professionals he could turn to for help and advice.
Learning How to Manage Projects: He spent a lot of time at Morgan Stanley building relationships, finding custom solutions for clients, and getting better at managing projects.
By getting these certifications, he was able to add to his resume and market his project management skills in several different ways. This gave him the freedom to try new things and take advantage of many new chances. As his time at Morgan Stanley came to an end, he became interested in different kinds of project management. Even though money was still a big part of what he did, he started to be more interested in IT projects. This became something he was good at very quickly. Before Alexander James Raymond left Morgan Stanley, he had built his business into a successful one that made around $330,000 a year and helped partners' businesses grow by more than 30%. Two years after starting his own IT project management business, he is now showing that he can make even more money.