Millionaire Mindcast
Disrupting Education Building Future Business Leaders and How to Find Your Purpose | Matt Beaudreau
Feb 10, 2020 · 1 hr 3 min
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In this episode of the Millionaire Mindcast, we have Matt Beaudreau who shares insights on how to build future business leaders and win the world with the right core values, responsibilities, discipline, habits, and alternative education to continue to evolve and get you to the next level. Also, he gets you some tips on how to fight the cons of social media, how to get out of those emotional places and get to a place of logic, and find your purpose and calling in life! 

Matt Beaudreau is an entrepreneur, International Keynote Speaker with The Center for Generational Kinetics, Founder of The Art of High Impact Homeschooling, and the Founder and CEO at Acton Academy Placer, who believes that learning to do, learning to be, and learning to learn are more important than memorization alone – learning to know.

Matt is super blessed with a DNA component of being a good leader and entrepreneur. He loves connecting with people and is very interested in education. He was a public and private teacher and administrator that served a window to his speaking career. Matt has a belief system that education can be done differently; therefore, find people with the same interest as him. Until he found a global network with all the entrepreneurs where they share their one of kind ideas, helping each other, and they are united to give values to the world.

 In line with this, the world is changing so rapidly right now and Matt is concerned with kids knowing Algebra at the right time. Thus, disrupting the education system and building the Acton Academy Placer to equip young kids with self-confidence and self-awareness, creating autonomy and independence. They help find the calling of the youth and adapt to changes no matter what and provide value to people.

Life is a long-tail game and a quest, and Matt has tasted so many things. He insists on starting to try a million different things early enough to know what you’re good at so you’re not missing the opportunity. For parents, don’t stress out on the things that don’t actually matter. Let your kids learn to set goals. Don’t be worried about somebody else's opinion. Get rid of it to start seeing things logically versus emotionally.

Some Questions I Ask:

  • How do you describe what you do? (00:30)
  • What was it that led you to this transition of developing future leaders? (01:54)
  •  What is your acting mission or acting revolution when it comes to education? (04:57)
  • What are some of the fears you have for the upcoming generations being that you’re working with them so closely? (08:33)
  •  How do people acknowledge and make sure they don’t fall into generational gap and crisis or overcome it? (10:42)
  •  What are some of the messages that you’re giving to your kids right now? (13:10)
  •  What are some of the things that you really see the youth doing that other generation maybe need to pay a little bit more attention to? (21:19)
  • What do you see to an individual who wanted to find their purpose and mission, and who don’t know where to start with? (23:22)
  • Tyler’s question: “When is it the right to explore and get the context and data to kind of put them all together to figure out what’s your ‘one thing’ is?”  (27:24)
  •  What is your message to parents or to executive leadership teams that are working with millennials that are going to be working with the youth? (33:05)
  •  Whose college meant for and not? (35:46)
  • What do you think is really going to take to knock the big money off of these campuses and colleges to at least get them off their access? (40:32)
  •  What’s your take on social media on how people combating it, its pros and cons? (43:35)
  • Why did you want to come out with that podcast? (50:10)
  •  If you look back to your life, what do you say equal success that you’ve been accomplished on your path? (52:49)

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • Matt’s global network looks like. (03:37)
  •  “Learn to do, learn to be for being able to learn to know” – what does it mean. (06:14)
  •  Generational Split. (09:34)
  • Matt’s Family Rules and Core Values. (13:32)
  • Disposition leadership. (17:35)
  • The cool thing with trying a million different things. (30:26)

Quotes:

  •   “Education should look different and education in school is vastly different.”
  •  “We truly believed every single human being has genius in them.”
  •  “Learn to do, learn to be for being able to learn to know”
  •  “Work hard and be nice.”
  •  “Be adaptable, be willing to unlearn.”
  •  “Your kids will do what you do way before they ever do what you say.”
  •  “Go try things.”
  • “I wouldn’t have known if I hadn’t tried a million different things.”
  •  “The cool thing with trying a million different things is I also get to know a million different people.”
  •  “You need to taste everything.”
  • “Stop operating out of fear.”
  • “College is a horrible investment from 99% of people.”
  •  “This is my calling; this is actually how I’m changing the world.“

Resources Mentioned: 

Loveable book by Dr. Kelly Flanagan

Connect with Matt Beaudreau on:

The Essential 11Podcast

Acton Academy

Acton Academy Placer

LinkedIn

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