I have spent the past 5 years successfully writing investment strategies and raising money on a deal-by-deal basis to execute them. I have invested in institutional quality assets with family office backing. I wrote the strategies, sourced and ran the deals to execution (closed over $200MM in total real estate), while raising the capital for it. So, I have a unique background at a young age. I finally realized the stress involved with raising capital coupled with no salary has taken its toll. As a 30 year old, I am looking for more of a stable lifestyle.
I've reached out to a couple of headhunters thinking that I would have an attractive resume but it seems like I have apparently unfit for the institutional world and being pigeonhole into more of a family office/smaller PE shop background.
I wanted to see if anyone have made the successful reverse switch from being a successful entrepreneur back into working for the man.