Aaron Morency helps leaders exceed the industrial status quo
One of the few who are eager for responsibility, Aaron Morency is getting ahead with a deep understanding of personal and economic value.
Just out of college, Aaron managed industrial design-build projects where he successfully led over $17M within 4 years and turned down a multi-million dollar ownership opportunity. Now, he recognizes a chance to be held accountable without direction or permission. His current projects range from multi-discipline design engineering to commodities trading and speculation.
Although Aaron strongly believes in self-education, he has recently earned a certificate as a Project Management Professional, concentrating first on learning – not just passing the test. He is always willing to share what he has learned, but only for those who are hungry.
Growing up in Wyoming, Aaron learned hard work with his hands and his mind. Spending summers between college trialling new outlets from electronic sales to home building, precast concrete to uranium mining. All leading the unknown path to himself.
Meanwhile, Aaron continued his self education on the side focusing primarily on personal finance and money.
Aaron has always been a diligent saver, starting with his childhood paper route and stuffing his drawer full of money, only to be used for something special. Eventually this habit led to Dave Ramsey on the radio, JD Roth and his blog, Ramit’s I Will Teach You To Be Rich, and now occasionally The Dollar Vigilante, Zero Hedge, Tony Robbins, and books like Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki.
But it doesn’t end there. Money, you may know, holds the power to control our emotions. Aaron is not immune to this phenomenon and subjected himself early to getting what he wanted instead of giving what he has. An elusive expectation that eventually found him unhappy.
Humbled by success without fulfillment, Aaron started a journey with a little time off and some international travel, progressing to this day with a heart full of gratitude. But he didn’t do it alone. Persistence by his wife, Amy, and generosity from people like Seth Godin, Brene Brown, Eckhart Tolle and others have given Aaron the courage to pick himself and serve towards meaningful change. One moment, one project at a time.