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Betrayal of Trust: Former Wall Street Executive Rebuilds After Conviction With Andrew Caspersen

Oct 6, 2021

BIO:

Andrew Caspersen lives and works in New York City and is actively involved in the recovery community. In this episode of Beyond the Balance Sheet, Andrew opens up about his self-destructive path of drinking and gambling. After his arrest, Andrew talks about piecing his life back together. He speaks about his faith in the process of recovery and why trust needs to be an action-oriented process. Tune in as Andrew reveals the most significant lessons he’s learned on his journey.  

IN THIS EPISODE:

  • [01:45] Andrew opens up about his self-destructive path of drinking and gambling. After his arrest, Andrew talks about piecing his life back together. 
  • [14:20] The role faith has in the process of recovering from addiction. 
  • [18:55] Rebuilding trust during recovery is an action-oriented process.  
  • [22:35] How Andrew stays active in the recovery community, and he reveals the most significant lessons he’s learned on his journey.  

KEY TAKEAWAYS:

  • Serving others is important in recovery, and positivity will be a bright light in all facets of your life. 
  • Instead of trying to solve problems, sometimes people just want you to listen. 
  • Knowing is half the battle; learn from other people who have been in your shoes. 
  • Anything is possible, and all situations can get better. 

BIO:

Andrew Caspersen lives and works in New York City and is actively involved in the recovery community. Once a partner at an investment bank, he was sentenced to a federal prison in 2016 for defrauding those who trusted him the most. Andrew is sharing his experience to help those interested in recovery, so that others may avoid the pain he brought on his victims and loved ones.

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