In this episode, Tyrone shares how he lifted himself and his family out of poverty, became a track star, qualified for Olympic tryouts, only to see his life fall into pieces within one year. As he battled a deep depression, Tyrone found himself contemplating suicide. He opens up about the moment that almost ended his life and the flood of realizations that followed as soon as he decided to live for himself. We further discuss the impact of "living for your resume" and how we process (and ignore) deep societal trauma.
Self-described as the voice for the voiceless and son of two superhero survivors, Tyrone is the CEO of Onramp Invest, the founder of 401stc, a storytelling consultancy, and host of Altruist’s the Human Advisor Podcast. He is a graduate of Seton Hall University, and was also a 2004 Olympic Trials qualifier in track and field in the 400 meters. He was recognized by Investment News 40 under 40 (2019), and as a top ten advisor set to change the industry in 2019.