Online conference for high school and university students teaches financial literacy
TORONTO, ON – September 28th, 2021 — Toronto philanthropist Pat Mazza, organized an online zoom conference on financial literacy for hundreds of high school and university students.
Mazza organized the event called “Toronto Let’s Go”, on Saturday, September 25th, 2021 that included numerous notable guest speakers speaking to students about financial literacy, sales and marketing, and other personal development and self-help topics.
With many individuals in the younger generation less than motivated by the increased cost of living in Toronto, coupled with the pandemic, Pat Mazza wanted to be of service and help spark motivation in those younger than him.
Mazza’s belief is that, “You have what it takes to multiply to your success, and I am willing to do whatever I can to help youth, or anyone for that matter, who is willing to learn to get there faster and easier than ever before.”
To further the above statement, Mazza is in the process of founding a non-profit organization to do just that. He is talking to numerous school boards in the GTA about organizing virtual conferences for students to help change their life. This isn’t just a one-off event.
Mazza is dedicated to a life of service to others, stating that living a life full of integrity leads to positive outcomes. His value system is based on a principle-centered life of honesty, patience, self-awareness, and coming from a place of love.
His famous quote is, “No matter the circumstance you are responsible and you are at cause. You are never a victim.”
Pat Mazza is the Amazon bestselling author of The Book on Manifestation, as well as a former sales trainer, speaker, and entrepreneur who has worked for Microsoft Canada for almost a decade. Moreover, he was featured in an entrepreneur.com article discussing his major long-term goal of bringing an NFL team to Canada.
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