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website dedicated to the popular show Lost published a post a while back about how each of the characters on the show would make a peanut butter and jam sandwich. I have borrowed this idea to illustrate how some finance or risk management professionals might make their own sandwich.

In my 4th instalment we look at how former equity analyst Henry Blodget might make a sandwich.

How to Make a Peanut Butter Sandwich: Henry Blodget

  1. Make an ordinary peanut butter and jam sandwich.
  2. Tell everyone that peanut butter and jam sandwiches are the best sandwiches in the world.
  3. Throw out your own sandwich because you really hate peanut butter and jam.
  4. Write a book about the sandwich.

 

In my third instalment of this increasingly less funny series, we look at how popular auditor and blogger Norman Marks might make a PBJ sandwich.

How to Make a Peanut Butter Sandwich: Norman Marks

  1. Add jam and peanut butter to bread.
  2. Perform a self-assessment to determine if that was actually peanut butter, jam and bread.
  3. Check off boxes.
  4. Ask Tim Leech if this is an adequate sandwich.
  5. Draft a new framework about how to make a peanut butter and jam sandwich.
  6. Solicit input on LinkedIn from others who like peanut butter and jam sandwiches.
  7. Publish findings in Internal Audit magazine.

website dedicated to the popular show Lost published a post a while back about how each of the characters on the show would make a peanut butter and jam sandwich. I have borrowed this idea to illustrate how some finance or risk management professionals might make their own sandwich.

In my first PBJ post, we looked at how Nassim Taleb, author of The Black Swan might make a sandwich. In today’s post we look at how one of my Twitter chums, Donald van Deventer, founder of Kamakura Corporation, might make a sandwich.

How to Make a Peanut Butter Sandwich: Donald van Deventer

  1. Take Starship Enterprise to Japan to get radioactive peanuts.
  2. Return to Waikiki and crunch peanuts in nerd grotto to make peanut butter.
  3. Add generous portions of Kewpie blueberry jam to bread.
  4. Play ukulele.
  5. Enjoy sandwich with 100% kona at Island Vintage Coffee.
  6. Watch surfers.

 

 

Also, see how Norman Marks makes a PBJ

A website dedicated to the popular show Lost published a post a while back about how each of the characters on the show would make a peanut butter and jam sandwich. I have borrowed this idea to illustrate how some finance or risk management professionals might make their own sandwich.

In my first PBJ post, we look at how Nassim Taleb, author of The Black Swan might make a sandwich. This is intended to be jokes.

How to Make a Peanut Butter Sandwich: Nassim Taleb

1. Complain that statisticians, mathematicians, physicists, financial analysts, Nobel prize winners cannot make a peanut butter sandwich.

2. Make the most pretentious and boring sandwich ever then don’t explain to anyone how you did it.

3. Claim you invented peanut butter.

4. Heckle at everyone else’s sandwiches.

5. Eat a swan instead.

 

See how Donald van Deventer makes a PBJ

See how Norman Marks makes a PBJ