Brie Blumenthal is an Associate on the Investment Team at Point72 Ventures, focused on Deep Tech
Prior to joining Point72 Ventures, Brie worked at CVS Health Ventures, where she was responsible for driving initiatives across investment opportunities, portfolio management, and industry insights in the digital healthcare space. Prior to that, she worked at Amboy Street Ventures, an LA-based fund focused on early-stage women’s health and wellness investments. Brie spent the early stages of her career in investment management.
The only constant is change.
The world is in a constant state of movement and we are in an ever evolving ecosystem, with new ideas and innovative technology coming to market at unprecedented speeds. Adopting change means staying curious and open minded to the unseen, and having the humility to adapt. From an investment opportunity standpoint, I find this phenomenon incredibly compelling.
“You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems.”
James Clear said it best in Atomic Habits, goals are great, but having a systematic approach to achieving them is the key to success. For instance, you could climb Mount Everest without training, but you’d have a more favorable experience with some practice. Ask yourself, what is the smallest, next right action you can take in the direction of your success? For better outcomes, I believe it’s imperative to focus on the little habits that precede the results.
Tell me your WHY.
I love connecting with people! Learning about the problems you’re solving and what gets you out of bed each morning is the most energizing part of my job. I consider it a privilege to hear your story, understand what makes you uniquely you, and how that fuels your passions and purpose. Cultivating meaningful relationships, built on a foundation of integrity, vulnerability, and kindness, matters most to me in both my personal and professional life.
Small talk cheat sheet:
Backcountry skiing, Huberman Lab podcast, meditating, Philadelphia Eagles, The Four Agreements