Accomplish Your Financial Goals
One Week at a Time
Identify Your Most Important Financial Goals
If you’ve been caught in an endless cycle of setting goals and failing to reach them, it might be you’re not identifying the most important ones. Your most important financial goals can’t be accomplished overnight and need to be broken down into acheivable short-term actions.
Learn the Strategies of the Game with Others Like You
It’s not uncommon to feel alone in your confusion about what to do next with your money. There are millions of people like you who have made financial mistakes but who want things to be different. Come learn the rules and strategies of the game so you can accomplish your goals together.
Break Free of the "Conventional Wisdom" Trap
Conventional wisdom might be good in some areas, but it’s not when it comes to your money. A “one sized fits all” approach is good for the companies dispensing the wisdom, but a customized approach is better. Break free of the conventional wisdom trap and customize your plan with us.
“Lesley and I love Vaughan’s teaching. We have learned things we should have known, in fact we probably have learned before, but have just forgotten.”
– Kevin McMillan
What Makes The Academy Different
There’s no shortage of opinions out there on what to do with your money. Even the experts disagree. I believe the reason is tragic, people have traded real knowledge about how money works for trite axioms that sound good in marketing campaigns, but which nobody really knows what they mean. I don’t believe that is good and so I’m creating a community to change that.
In a world where you can find the answer to almost any question by asking Google, Siri or Alexa, it’s hard to trust that that the information you receive is accurate and true for your circumstances. This is especially true when it comes to your money. Things that should be crystal clear are really shrouded in mystery simply because there is too much information out there.
I know what it feels like to be confused about what to do with your money. I’ve been there too. It’s taken me years to understand the jargon and the acronyms, which are often used to make the financial decision-making process confusing.
Because of this, I’ve created the Moore Money Academy. Like the academies of old, this one is made up of a community of people who gather around to discuss foundational principles and the topics of the day on money. On a weekly basis, I pick the principle and guide the discussion so it doesn’t get out of hand. But I let real people ask real questions about the real things that are going on in their financial lives. This builds trust in me and the community so that you can accomplish your most important financial goals one week at a time.
I use tools that tell a story with words, pictures and numbers. My storyboards animate financial scenarios over time so you can see what happens to your money when foundational assumptions like rate of return, inflation, or tax rates change. The things you’ll learn through the academy will fundamentally change your understanding of how money works and you’ll be able to make decisions about what to do with your money based on real knowledge rather than the “conventional wisdom” that really isn’t right for everyone.
The longer you’re a part of the Acadmey the more your confidence will grow as your financial situation changes. You’ll be able to live a fuller, more impactful life. And you’ll be able to live it today rather than waiting for some distant retirement date decades in the future. Together, we’ll help you accomplish your most important financial goals one week at a time.
Impactful Teaching & Conversations
On A Weekly Basis
Weekly Webinar with Q&A
The best way to tackle important topics is to do it regularly with a bunch of people who are going through similar issues.
If you can’t be there live, all sessions are archived so you can catch them later.
Continue the discussions with me and the other members throughout the week inside each lesson.
What Do You Have to Lose?
Confusion about your financial future
Shame over your past financial mistakes
Anger at the financial establishment for leading you astray
Wonder about what to do next to accomplish your next most important financial goal
Sorrow over not being able to be an impact to those most important to you
What’s Your Investment?
The Moore Money AcademyJust the Weekly Webinar
- Our weekly “Lunch & Learn” Webinars are short but impactful.
- The material is covered in 15-20 minutes.
- Questions and conversation fill the remaining time.
- We’ll stop after 30 minutes to respect your lunch and give you time to digest not only your food but the information.
- The weekly webinar is the core of the Academy, but it’s not all there is. Get more with a monthly membership.
The Moore Money AcademyMonthly Membership
- You might not be able to make every session. Membership gives you access to every week’s recordings in a special members area
- We’ll continue the conversation in a private Facebook group with weekly Facebook Live’s.
- You’ll also receive resources & tools along the way to help you accomplish your most important financial goals.
September 21 – Achieving Your Most Important Financial Goals
September 28 – Did You Know You’re A Millionaire?
October 5 – Linear Planning Will Kill Your Plan
October 12 – The Tax Man Cometh
October 19 – The Ultimate Lifestyle Regulator
October 26 – Spend Without Guilt
12:00 pm (noon) MT
Replays are available
The Moore Money Academy
Weekly online mastermind sessions to teach you things about money you never knew,
remind you things about money you might have forgotten,
and help you play the game of money to win.
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