Serial Entrepreneur Ty Richardson Keeps Life in Balance 

“I’m a serial entrepreneur in the banking space, brokering capital for companies that are looking for commercial money to either build buildings, or acquire developments or equipment, or unsecured capital,” says Fort Lauderdale-based Ty Richardson.

If that isn’t enough, he also runs a foundation that supports young professionals in the emerging market, and he’s a performance coach. For Richardson, self-care means “looking the part and feeling the part” by using Brickell men’s products—he favors the eucalyptus, lavender and rosemary ingredients—and jetting off when he can (he’s been to 59 countries). His travel tastes run to iconic destinations like Paris or Thailand or communing with nature in Yosemite.

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