Who Is Paul McMann?

A person I would love to emulate is Paul McMann, not in the sense that I would want to do the things he did, but because he was ultimately able to follow his interests and dreams.

He is mostly known for being a prominent figure in Massachusetts real estate, focusing on focuses on real estate development in and around the MetroWest Massachusetts area. But that is not all.

He is also a financial adviser, more specifically a Blue Coast Affiliate. He helps companies recoup money lost through clerical errors and erroneous charges. As a Worker's Compensation Insurance Affiliate, he uses expert analysis to review your company’s policies for errors. If he determines that your company is owed money, his job will be to negotiate with your insurance provider(s) on your behalf and recover the settlement.

He is also an Electricity Deregulation Service Partner Affiliate. This means that he works on electricity deregulation with Blue Coast’s exclusive energy provider to find businesses a solution to their skyrocketing energy costs.

Unlike some other so-called financial experts, Paul McMann was actually a professor on the subject and even wrote articles on the topic. He has taught financial and management accounting at both the undergraduate and graduate level, most notably as a professor at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts. He has led several performance measurement and management accounting methodology seminars and published a number of scholarly articles, including "You May Need New Performance Measures When...," an article he c0-wrote with Joseph M. Orlando. This article appeared in the Journal of Strategic Performance Measurement.

If you are a fan of basketball, more specifically College basketball, it may interest you to know that Paul McMann was actually the one who founded the Collegiate Professional Basketball League (CPBL). He served as both Founder and President of the now defunct league, using his financial sales experience to broker huge internet sponsorships that allow talented players to receive an education—and a paycheck. Basketball was his lifelong love and the CPBL channeled both his love for the sport and his financial know how to make people achieve their hoop dreams.