Episode from the podcastMen On Purpose Podcast

Achieving Financial Intelligence and Financial Freedom—with Aaron Velky - EP 176

Released Monday, 14th September 2020
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Aaron is an outspoken-thought leader in education reform,he also helps uplift others by building educational businesses, speaking across the world, writing, coaching, and volunteering to make people better. His leadership, salesmanship, and eccentric personality lend itself to be a cutting edge financial voice for a new generation. Part of that work has led to co-founding Ortus Academy.

Aaron together with Ortus Academy offers  Financial Intelligence education to entrepreneurs, business owners, youth organizations, and educators with Millennial and Gen Z members through online courses, virtual and in-person Financial Wellness workshops, speaking engagements, and coaching.

Aaron and Ortus Academy believes that in order to have a meaningful life, an individual needs to be financially intelligent. Meaning they understand the basic concepts of money and how it works, but more importantly, the habits and emotions driving their financial behaviors.

What You Will Learn

How to make decisions easily and with confidence

How to obtain clarity and focus on what you want in life

The importance of having a mission statement in your life

How to live a fulfilling life.

Alignment and Elimination of people in your life.

Connect with Aaron Velky

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Email listeners@menonpurposepodcast.com

Listener Line (540) 402-0043 Ext. 3333

Notable Quotes

"I like fencing, I also like to know that the gate is open. If you close the gate, I'm going to jump over it. But if the gate is open, and I can see the gate is open, and I have the option, I'll still play in the yard. I'll push the fences out." 

"I like to think of the mission as the bumpers of a bowling lane. And once you install bumpers on a bowling lane, you can throw that ball anywhere you want. And the likelihood of you missing a pin is so low that it doesn't matter. You can be wild and free." 

"You never wanna put a saddle on a mustang. But if you put that mustang in enough space and close that area off so that it is consistently able to move freely in a direction, I will travel really far."

"Go with the flow, but put the bumpers on. Not as constrictions or restraints, but as a guide to understand where the goal is."

"A lot of people have 50 spinning plates in their life. And probably 40 of those are not getting them toward any goal, they're just running around spinning plates and all of a sudden you get to Saturday Morning and you're like, What just happened? Where'd my week go?"

"And the vision I have for purpose is that, it's who you are on the path to the mission."

"When you kick that ball down the hill. And say, there is a lake down there. Your intention is to kick the ball down the hill into the lake. When you kick that ball, the moment it leaves your foot, every single thing that happens is on you."

"It's not about holding accountability to the actual activity, it's about holding accountability to who you are when you are going to do and then do the activity."

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