So this might be oddly specific but I figured someone here would have some good advice! So I left a research role last June. I faced clients and the work was alright, but the office environment sucked and there was absolutely no upward mobility. I threw caution to the wind and tried to start an online advertising company, the idea was seemingly good, but VC's were hesitant to give money since I was leveraging another social media websites platform, so it quickly became a money pit. At 24, I do not have the resources for a money pit. So with that, I'm trying to get back into finance, and have had tons of interviews but everyone (understandably) thinks I'm going to jet off again at my 'next idea' when it really isn't like that anymore. I want some structure, to take the CFA, and actually be apart of a good firm to learn something.
How do I get the last part across in interviews? The main companies giving me the time of day are Alternative Asset startups, but I would really prefer to go back into a big corporate umbrella.