Father says no to more than $100 million so that he can spend time with his daughter

CJ24 Staff-Pune- 27-09-2014

Mohamed El-Erian was working as Co Chief Investment Officer and CEO of $2 trillion investment fund company, PIMCO, till March this year. But he decided to resign as he thought he was not able to balance his work and personal life.

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Mohamed El-Erian

This is the era of credit crunch, and job cuts. Everyone wants to participate in rat race to make as much money as possible. But here is an individual who said “No” to millions!

This 56 year old father recently interacted with media persons and shared the story about his 10 year old daughter’s letter. It made him realize that he had missed several special moments from his daughter’s life as he was not able to balance between his work and personal life. El-Erian also wrote one story about this part of his life in Worth Magazine’s June edition.

According to the story, El-Erian missed out on Halloween parade, parent- teachers meeting, his daughter’s first soccer match at school, and other events.

California based Mohamed El-Erian also told reporters that currently he is working with Allianz financial, and spends only half of his day at work. He is happy and satisfied with his new job.

 

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