244 | Matthew Eidinger | How to Successfully Venture Outside Your Comfort Zone

Leaders Of Tomorrow Podcast

Aug 24 2021 • 1 hr 2 mins

What are some key attributes that will catapult you ahead of the competition?

On today’s show, we interview Matthew Eidinger who shares with us his thoughts on time management, goal-setting, and venturing outside your comfort zone.

Matthew was initially attracted to the Student Works internship because he saw it as an opportunity to develop several transferable and foundational skill-sets – namely, marketing, sales, and production management.

And, as an introvert, Matthew was keen on developing these skill-sets that he knew would help him through the course of his career.

Additionally, on today’s show, he also shares with us the work that he did as the President of McGill Political Science Students Association. Apart from Student Works, this experience helped Mathew evolve into a dynamic leader capable of moving the needle forward.

Upon graduation from McGill, Matthew was working towards his goal of becoming a lawyer. But he decided to pivot after landing his dream job with Cambridge Global Payments, a boutique foreign exchange broker. You will get some interesting insights into Matthew’s role and responsibilities in this segment of the show.

Currently, Matthew is also pursuing his Masters in Finance at the London School of Business.

This is a show you do not want to miss.


What You Will Learn In This Show

  • Tips for introverts who are considering joining the Student Works program
  • 3 things that I learned from the program that I rely on too date
  • How my Student Works internship helped me get my dream job at Cambridge Global Payments
  • How I managed to clear my CFA while working a full-time job
  • And so much more…


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