John P. Gaudin

“I have decided to stick to love … Hate is too great a burden to bear.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.

Investment Advisor, Argenta Wealth Management

University of Louisiana

St. Martinville, Louisiana; moved to Arkansas in 1982

Martini

A life of wealth and luxury didn’t come naturally for John Gaudin. But with an attitude rooted in perseverance, dedication and steadfastness, Gaudin was able to pave his own path and establish himself as a role model for others.

John P. Gaudin

“I have decided to stick to love … Hate is too great a burden to bear.”
— Martin Luther King Jr.

Investment Advisor, Argenta Wealth Management

University of Louisiana

St. Martinville, Louisiana; moved to Arkansas in 1982

Martini

A life of wealth and luxury didn’t come naturally for John Gaudin. But with an attitude rooted in perseverance, dedication and steadfastness, Gaudin was able to pave his own path and establish himself as a role model for others.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

Growing up poor and being the seventh of eight kids, I somehow managed to always be the first at Mama’s dinner pots full of gumbo and jambalaya.

WHAT IS A 'GOOD MAN?'

I believe a great man must have integrity, generosity of spirit and resources, a grateful attitude about his gifts, and lives a life of responsibility and truth.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

I’m proud that I have somehow accumulated the most interesting and talented friends a person could ever want. Professionally, I’m most proud of the initiatives I’ve cofounded, such as the Argenta Arts District, the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, and my firm, Argenta Wealth Management.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

When all is said and done, I hope I’ll be remembered as a good friend with a generous heart and easy laugh.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

I’m not sure there is an etched-in-stone path. Some might say I’m a visionary, but that only gets you so far. I’ve been able to act on a variety of my ideas with partners, hard work, determination and a lot of luck.

FIRST TASTE OF SUCCESS:

Growing up poor and being the seventh of eight kids, I somehow managed to always be the first at Mama’s dinner pots full of gumbo and jambalaya.

WHAT IS A 'GOOD MAN?'

I believe a great man must have integrity, generosity of spirit and resources, a grateful attitude about his gifts, and lives a life of responsibility and truth.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

I’m proud that I have somehow accumulated the most interesting and talented friends a person could ever want. Professionally, I’m most proud of the initiatives I’ve cofounded, such as the Argenta Arts District, the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub, and my firm, Argenta Wealth Management.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

When all is said and done, I hope I’ll be remembered as a good friend with a generous heart and easy laugh.

ADVICE TO OTHERS:

I’m not sure there is an etched-in-stone path. Some might say I’m a visionary, but that only gets you so far. I’ve been able to act on a variety of my ideas with partners, hard work, determination and a lot of luck.

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