Ep 0053 YOLO – The Roadmap to Financial Wellness and a Purposeful Life with Jason Vitug

You Only Live Once (YOLO) -The Roadmap to Financial Wellness and a Purposeful Life

Money Learnings: Jason’ Parent would not talk about money – so Jason started with zero knowledge. He learned about money through his job in a credit union.
Takeaway: You only live once so create the life you want to live.
Action step: What one small step can you make this week to clarify what you want in life?

Thank you to the FinCon Podcast Network for allowing us to record this episode.




Highlights from this episode:
  • Review of 2017, goals for 2018. Richer Soul Life Evaluation
  • Jason was picked to be the successor CEO of the credit union, instead he decides to quit and go backpacking.
  • Learn why he made the choice to see 20 countries in 12 months.
  • The Aha moment during that trip – The more he knew about money the more empowered he became.
  • Jason talks about serving his purpose and how you can find yours.
  • We talk about how to lean into the fear and get uncomfortable.
  • Regardless of how we grew up or where we are from, we are all very similar. We have hopes, dreams and issues with money.
  • We are uncomfortable talking about money as a society.
  • Jason likes to talk about money in social settings to break the taboo.
  • Why a credit score is a sucker score.
  • Why it’s time to separate financial success from life success.
  • Figuring out your values and life beyond money.
  • Creating a savings habit.
  • What’s the reason behind your spending? The 5 levels of why.
  • Is Yolo an excuse to do whatever you want?
  • The next book from Jason and what other exciting things he is doing in 2018.

Jason Vitug, BIO:

I am a people-person. I gravitate towards areas that educate, inspire, and uplift people. I’m an idea man, a go-to-person; adventure seeker and a couch surfer; a helper and a leader; a realist and a dreamer.

I’m fascinated by the world around me and equally curious in the ability to create our reality.

I’m a financial wellness expert empowering a generation to live their best life through health and wealth.

I spent 8.5 years in banking and when the opportunity came to become a successor CEO, I chose to resign instead. I didn’t want to wake up one day realizing I chose comfort over serving a purpose.

On this journey, I discovered the good life on the Road to Financial Wellness. I’ve made it my mission to help others achieve their financial and life goals.

I’ll leave you be with a money mantra: Money isn’t everything, but money impacts most things.




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