Apparently this guy, a graduating student at Yale, applied to UBS AG with an 11-page resume and the attached video. It's amazingly douchey - or at least, the David Brentiest thing I've ever seen.
From the Times:
Mr. Vayner, 23, said he has been interested in finance since he was 12 years old, when he was creating financial data models. ... A Zen-like koan — “Impossible is nothing” — introduces the seven-minute clip, which shows Mr. Vayner performing various feats of physical strength and skill, interspersed with inspirational maxims. Viewers are presented with images of Mr. Vayner bench-pressing weights (a caption suggests it is 495 pounds), playing tennis (firing off what is said to be a 140 mile-per-hour serve) and performing martial arts (he breaks seven bricks with his palm).
So, how much you wanna bet that he could throw a football over them mountains?
if my athleticism is a reflection of the sharpness of my mind, then i'm functioning like a blob of play do. also, he's no andy roddick or james blake. overall, this video seems like a really bad homemade tony robbins video.