New Series! Changing the World with Education

“An investment in knowledge pays the best interest,” was said by none other than Benjamin Franklin. We couldn’t agree more. 

We believe in education and hard work. We believe that when a person dives deep to challenge their opinions, beliefs, and what they think they know, they gain a much deeper understanding of the world and an awareness of themselves. Our goal has always been to give our audience the ultimate chance to gain control of their financial futures, but doing so through a renaissance that considers all aspects of growth. 

In this new series, we will be inviting educators, academics, and world changers to the table to discuss why education and knowledge are so vital, why they change the world, and ways to learn better and stamp out illiteracy. 

Join us for lively, expert discussions and get practical advice on the following topics:

  • Online Learning
  • What Are the Effects of Illiteracy?
  • Why Financial Literacy Matters
  • Ignorance is Not Bliss
  • Everyday Learning
  • Ignorance is Not Bliss

July 13, 2020 at 4:00PM EDT

Join us in this special live event as we invite Jack Van Geem, Principal Percussionist emeritus of the San Francisco Symphony Orchestra and percussion faculty member of the San Francisco Conservatory of Music, to speak to us about why education is crucial. We will talk about why being versed in the arts is so important, why just winging it will not cut it, and what he’s learning as he’s teaching current and future leaders. We will also cover the immense value of learning and how to learn.



  • Effects of Illiteracy

July 14, 2020 at 12:00PM EDT

Are you literate or illiterate? Depending on your definition of literacy, it may change your answer. In this live event, we are urging you to hear from an educator, Dean Colombo, who wants you to think of literacy in a broader aspect. He’ll share his observations from teaching thousands of students and why the ability to read and write is so important.
Come join us and be a part of the discussion!


  • Resources and Education Make a Difference in Your ADHD Life

July 21, 2020 at 6:00PM EDT

Have you heard, “Ignorance is bliss”? We’d like to completely dismiss this phrase and line of thinking from your head in this special event with CHADD National Board of Directors President, Patricia Hudak and ADDA President, Duane Gordon. We have invited them to share with us why education on ADHD is essential, why it’s your responsibility and why it’s essential to thriving as an adult with ADHD. The right resources and support you can trust make all the difference, in your life, in the life of your partner, in the life of your children and more. We will also be discussing the differences between the two organizations and why they’re each important to the life of an ADHDer.

Please bring your questions!


  • Finding and Being a Successful Mentor

July 27, 2020 at 2:00PM EDT

Phil Aguglia has been recognized for excellence and commitment to music education for thousands of students. In his own life as well as his students, he recognizes what a profound effect a person can have on someone’s life trajectory. Join us in this special live event as part of our Changing the World with Education Series where we will talk to him about the importance of mentors, how to seek them out, and ways for us to become mentors.


  • Let’s Talk Online Learning and Resources

July 31, 2020 at 6:00PM EDT/12:00PM HST

Technology has been shifting the way our world transfers and absorbs information at a high-paced rate. COVID has made sure that the educational landscape as we knew it, is forever altered. In this special event with educator Lindsey Nakashima, we are going to talk about social-emotional learning, how online learning differs from traditional learning, how to get the most out of online learning, and so much more.  Don’t be left behind because times are changing. Take the initiative by joining our conversation. We hope to see you there!

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