Alex Chua of Goldbell helps family business carve out new growth in finance

A Renaissance man — or a master of all trades and jack of none — does not a good leader make. “Your staff need to understand what you’re bad at,” says Alex Chua. “They don’t expect you to do what you’re bad at, but to find people that are good at doing what you’re bad at.”

No one can be good at everything, says Chua, CEO of Goldbell Financial Services. “If someone can do your job better than you, it doesn’t mean that you’re irrelevant. It means that you can spend more time doing things that you are better at for the company.”

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