If you have a knack for the financial industry, one of the famous names in this industry is Felipe Montoro Jens. Felipe is termed as an infrastructure project expert. He is also a consultant for various infrastructure projects around Brazil. Most people remember Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens for having advised major businesses arrangements between the government and private industry also known as the Public-Private Partnerships (PPP).
Being so influential and a person of interest, Felipe Montoro Jens has held interviews with many media houses as well as agencies concerning his career, achievement and a host of other issues. When in an interview he was asked how his typical day looks like, and how he makes it productive, Felipe says, he wakes up for breakfast, then hit the gym or run. From there he heads to work. At work, he makes 1 to 2 conference calls with various financial institutions. Also, he makes sure he talks to his partners or those who together are in joint investment. He then holds 2 to 3 external meetings. From there Mr. Felipe Montoro Jens reviews contracts or agreements and then write reports about what he perceives to be the most relevant investment challenges as well as investment outcomes.
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He advises that for one to be productive, they must avoid visiting social media or small talks in the office during working hours. Instead, one should focus on meaningful discussions. Finally for one to be supper for one to be super productive, they strive to be precise with words and as much as possible avoid long hours of meetings. Jens says that less is more.
Mr. Felipe is the executive officer at the ConcessionariaInteroceanica Sur Tramo. He as well serves as the executive officer for Executive Officer of ConcessionariaInteroceanica Sur Tramo, the SA at, Principal at H2olmos, Principal at Odebrecht Participaçoes e Investimentos and Principal at MarañonEnergia. He also holds many other executive positions in many other firms. He holds an undergraduate degree from Getulio Vargas Foundation. He also holds the Thunderbird School of Global Management graduate degree.