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Create Your Digital Age College
& Life Attack Plan!
“Think, believe, dream and dare.”
- Walt Disney
“Every man is what he is, because of the dominating
thoughts which he permits to occupy his mind.”
- Think And Grow Rich
Setting Goals: 20 Year Vision Board
Note: These should be goals you DO
NOT believe you can achieve. Your
friends should think you’re crazy.
Stop thinking so small and start
thinking BIG!
Setting Goals: 20 Year Vision Board
Free Tool to Create!
Setting Goals: College
College & Scholarship Goals
1. Where do you want to go to college?
2. How much can you afford?
Helpful Articles:
● Benefits to Elite Universities
● Private and public college differences
● Why Honors Colleges are better than ivy
leagues
The Step by Step Blueprint To Get
Into Stanford
Setting Goals: College
College # 1: Stanford University
❑ Average/Required Unweighted GPA: 3.8
❑ Average/ Required SAT Score: 1450
❑ Average /Required ACT Score: 32
❑ Strength of curriculum important? Yes
❑ Extra Curricular Information: STEM Tilted
❑ Merit Based Scholarship Information : None ☹
❑ Other Information: US Math Olympiad and make it into the top 1000 - 2000 rankings or
better and/or compete in the Intel Science and Engineering Fair and rank in the top 100.
❑ Cost to attend: $62,801
- Anticipated Merit Based Scholarships: $0
- Affordability: $50,000
- Private Based Scholarship's Needed: $12,801
Always do more research!
Top 10 College
Resources!
Setting Goals: College
SMART Stanford College Goals:
In order to get into Stanford University at a price I can afford I need to maintain an average 3.8
unweighted GPA while taking classes of difficulty and get at least an average 1450 on the SAT or 32 on the
ACT. If I do this I will get $0 in merit based scholarships.
I also need to get at least $12,801 in private based scholarship my senior year.
Other consideration that I need to consider for this based on my research are as follows:
1. Take most of the AP/Honors classes, get 5's on all the AP exams, and graduate in the top 5% of your
class.
2. Study for the PSAT become a national merit scholar and get at least a 1450 on your SAT.
3. Take the SAT II Math subject test and Physics subject test scoring at least 720+ on each. 
4. Create an online STEM related club and blog with 2000+ subscriber and bi-weekly online speakers.
5. Compete in US Math Olympiad and make it into the top 1000 - 2000 rankings or better and/or
compete in the Intel Science and Engineering Fair and rank in the top 100. 
Example 1-year Stanford goals for 9th
grade.
1. Take AP Bio, Hon Alg 2, Hon English, AP History, and Spanish 2 and get all A’s with
room for one B. Get a 5 on the AP exam.
2. Take the SAT 2 for Biology and score at least 720 or higher.
3. Start a blog focused on STEM related topics and get at least 250 subscribers. 
Helpful Resources:
● See our recommended academic
tracks!
●
●
Example semester/quarterly Stanford goals:
1. Higher a tutor to meet with once per week to hold me
accountable and ensure I maintain A’s in all my classes.
2. Research how to start a blog, get a domain name, develop a
website, and write my first article before the end of the
semester. 
3. Create a Facebook group, invite 20 friends who are interested in
STEM related topics, ask parents who participate in STEM related
topics to provide a Google hangout speech once per week that all
students can join in on. ​
The Step by Step Blueprint To Get
Into ASU with $32,000 in
scholarships.
Setting Goals: College
College # 1: Arizona State University
❑ Average/Required Unweighted GPA: 3.0
❑ Average/ Required SAT Score: 1040
❑ Average /Required ACT Score: 22
❑ Strength of curriculum important? No but for honors yes
❑ Extra Curricular Information: None
❑ Merit Based Scholarship Information : Presidents for $40,000, Provost for $32,000, Deans
for $24,000, University for $12,000, Achievement for $8,000. Different GPA and test
scores to obtain each. Details here. (3.6 GPA and 1320 SAT or 28 ACT = Provost)
❑ Other Information: To get into Barrett honors college average GPA is 3.77 and 1360
SAT score and ACT of 29. They also have a personal statement.
❑ Cost to attend: $23,856
- Anticipated Merit Based Scholarships: $8,000
- Affordability: $10,000
- Private Based Scholarship's Needed: $5,856
Top 10 College
Resources!
Setting Goals: College
SMART ASU College Goals:
In order to get into ASU at a price I can afford I need to maintain an average 3.6 unweighted
GPA while taking classes of does not apply and get at least an average 1320 on the SAT or
28 on the ACT. If I do this I will get $32,000 in merit based scholarships.
I also need to get at least $5,856 in private based scholarship my senior year.
Other consideration that I need to consider for this based on my research are as follows:
1. No additional information since I am currently a senior and not looking to get into
Barrett Honors College.
Example 1-year ASU goals for 12th
grade.
1. Increase my GPA to 3.6 by doing the following:
1. Retake my 9th
grade Spanish class that I got a D in and get an A.
2. Get a 3.8 GPA this year by getting all A’s and two B’s in my classes.
2. Increase my SAT score from 1150 to 1320.
3. Apply and get $6,000 in private based scholarships.
Helpful Resources:
● See our recommended academic
tracks!
●
●
Example semester/summer ASU goals:
1. Higher a tutor to meet twice per week to ensure I maintain all A’s and two B’s in my
math, Spanish, chemistry, history, and English class. Tutor should focus on my math and
chemistry the most.
2. Get a SAT prep tutor and meet once per week for 3 months to help increase my score
from a 1150 to a 1320. Take the SAT test in December.
3. Create a personal website highlighting my accomplishments and apply to 10 private
based scholarships over the course of the next 3 months.
4. Apply to ASU by December 15th
.
Helpful Resources:
●
●
Putting it into practice!
Create a weekly review habit to ensure you make progress toward your
semester goals.
Create a Habit
The Importance of Mathematics
Create a Weekly Routine
Cue: What day and time will you have your weekly
review? Wednesday morning before breakfast
Routine: 3 SMART tasks you did and plan on doing.
Reward: What reward will you receive if you
complete the weekly review? Get $5.
Consequence: What consequence will occur if you
don’t complete your weekly review? Have to pay my
parents $10.
Create a Weekly Routine
❑ Write out at least one crazy 20 year goal you have!
❑ List the day & time you will have your weekly review.
❑ Write out the reward and consequence you will get if you complete your
weekly review.
❑ List out the items you will complete from your packet before your first
weekly review and then have both you and your parent sign!
Ask Yourself…
What if YOU COULD master these 3 digital age subjects?
Personal Branding Goal Setting Community Building
Ask Yourself…
What if YOU WERE connected to young ambitious
individuals like this?
Ask Yourself…
What if YOU had a community to hold you accountable to
ensure the following?
Scholarships Colleges Life
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○ “51% of graduates are working jobs that do not require their
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○ Why do you do what you do? How do you feel accomplished?
What gets you fired up?
○ Develop person I am document & fearless vision board.
Class # 1 - $149
Change Beliefs + Develop Goals
○ “42% create New Year's Resolutions only 9.2% achieve
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○ Change belief structure with professional life coach, Bri
Seeley.
○ Science behind motivation & confidence.
○ Create S.M.A.R.T. college, year, and semester/summer
goals (GPA, test scores, extracurricular optimization).
Class # 2 - $149
Productivity & Organization
○ “ Due to the internet, since 2013 teenagers have reported stress levels
that exceed those of adults.” - NPR
○ Meditation science and practice with Brittany Shulla.
○ Science behind habits, value vs. effort diagram, organization strategy
using Asana for email, hwk, shores, etc.
○ Creating weekly measurable tasks by implementing R.O.P.E.R. (Reflect,
organize, prioritize, execute, review)
Class # 3 - $149
Personal Brand + Website
○ “The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 27 percent
employment growth for web developers by 2024.” - US News
○ Follow your curiosity and build your personal brand with Youtube
dance star Adrian Brambila.
○ Build a personal wordpress website that you will use to showcase
your resume and build a network forever!
■ Learn about wordpress (26.4% of websites are built on), web
hosting, plugins, widgets, Google Analytics, Search Console, and
Tag Manager.
■ Develop a consistent brand image across all social media
platforms.
Class # 4 - $349
Creating Compelling Content
○ “On average Google gets 100 billion searches per month.” -
Mashable
○ Laura Petersen, MAED and # 1 best selling Amazon author on
podcasting shares with students how podcasting & blogging can help
them become a leader and authority figure around topics of curiosity
and passion.
○ Scoring interviews with influencers, Hubspot CRM, Calendy,
boomerang for gmail, and more techy apps.
○ Marketing 101, building an email list, and call to actions.
○ Podcast content preparation and creation for compelling content
users will share.
○ Blog content preparation and creation to rank # 1 on Google, SEO,
keyword research, link building, and Yoast.
Class # 5 - $249
Community + Monetizing
○ “2.51 billion people are social media users.” - Statisa
○ Tracking conversions & creating strong community.
○ Introduction to Facebook advertising and setting up
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○ Outreach strategy, emails, and using social media
channels to share content.
○ How to monetize your website through affiliate
partnerships.
Class # 6 - $249
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● The lessons have been broken up to make it super manageable.
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IMAGINE WHAT THIS COULD DO FOR YOU STUDENTS! :) THINK
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Common Parent Objections:
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Create Your Digital Age Attack Plan

  • 1. Create Your Digital Age College & Life Attack Plan!
  • 2. “Think, believe, dream and dare.” - Walt Disney “Every man is what he is, because of the dominating thoughts which he permits to occupy his mind.” - Think And Grow Rich Setting Goals: 20 Year Vision Board
  • 3. Note: These should be goals you DO NOT believe you can achieve. Your friends should think you’re crazy. Stop thinking so small and start thinking BIG! Setting Goals: 20 Year Vision Board Free Tool to Create!
  • 4. Setting Goals: College College & Scholarship Goals 1. Where do you want to go to college? 2. How much can you afford? Helpful Articles: ● Benefits to Elite Universities ● Private and public college differences ● Why Honors Colleges are better than ivy leagues
  • 5. The Step by Step Blueprint To Get Into Stanford
  • 6. Setting Goals: College College # 1: Stanford University ❑ Average/Required Unweighted GPA: 3.8 ❑ Average/ Required SAT Score: 1450 ❑ Average /Required ACT Score: 32 ❑ Strength of curriculum important? Yes ❑ Extra Curricular Information: STEM Tilted ❑ Merit Based Scholarship Information : None ☹ ❑ Other Information: US Math Olympiad and make it into the top 1000 - 2000 rankings or better and/or compete in the Intel Science and Engineering Fair and rank in the top 100. ❑ Cost to attend: $62,801 - Anticipated Merit Based Scholarships: $0 - Affordability: $50,000 - Private Based Scholarship's Needed: $12,801 Always do more research! Top 10 College Resources!
  • 7. Setting Goals: College SMART Stanford College Goals: In order to get into Stanford University at a price I can afford I need to maintain an average 3.8 unweighted GPA while taking classes of difficulty and get at least an average 1450 on the SAT or 32 on the ACT. If I do this I will get $0 in merit based scholarships. I also need to get at least $12,801 in private based scholarship my senior year. Other consideration that I need to consider for this based on my research are as follows: 1. Take most of the AP/Honors classes, get 5's on all the AP exams, and graduate in the top 5% of your class. 2. Study for the PSAT become a national merit scholar and get at least a 1450 on your SAT. 3. Take the SAT II Math subject test and Physics subject test scoring at least 720+ on each.  4. Create an online STEM related club and blog with 2000+ subscriber and bi-weekly online speakers. 5. Compete in US Math Olympiad and make it into the top 1000 - 2000 rankings or better and/or compete in the Intel Science and Engineering Fair and rank in the top 100. 
  • 8. Example 1-year Stanford goals for 9th grade. 1. Take AP Bio, Hon Alg 2, Hon English, AP History, and Spanish 2 and get all A’s with room for one B. Get a 5 on the AP exam. 2. Take the SAT 2 for Biology and score at least 720 or higher. 3. Start a blog focused on STEM related topics and get at least 250 subscribers.  Helpful Resources: ● See our recommended academic tracks! ● ●
  • 9. Example semester/quarterly Stanford goals: 1. Higher a tutor to meet with once per week to hold me accountable and ensure I maintain A’s in all my classes. 2. Research how to start a blog, get a domain name, develop a website, and write my first article before the end of the semester.  3. Create a Facebook group, invite 20 friends who are interested in STEM related topics, ask parents who participate in STEM related topics to provide a Google hangout speech once per week that all students can join in on. ​
  • 10. The Step by Step Blueprint To Get Into ASU with $32,000 in scholarships.
  • 11. Setting Goals: College College # 1: Arizona State University ❑ Average/Required Unweighted GPA: 3.0 ❑ Average/ Required SAT Score: 1040 ❑ Average /Required ACT Score: 22 ❑ Strength of curriculum important? No but for honors yes ❑ Extra Curricular Information: None ❑ Merit Based Scholarship Information : Presidents for $40,000, Provost for $32,000, Deans for $24,000, University for $12,000, Achievement for $8,000. Different GPA and test scores to obtain each. Details here. (3.6 GPA and 1320 SAT or 28 ACT = Provost) ❑ Other Information: To get into Barrett honors college average GPA is 3.77 and 1360 SAT score and ACT of 29. They also have a personal statement. ❑ Cost to attend: $23,856 - Anticipated Merit Based Scholarships: $8,000 - Affordability: $10,000 - Private Based Scholarship's Needed: $5,856 Top 10 College Resources!
  • 12. Setting Goals: College SMART ASU College Goals: In order to get into ASU at a price I can afford I need to maintain an average 3.6 unweighted GPA while taking classes of does not apply and get at least an average 1320 on the SAT or 28 on the ACT. If I do this I will get $32,000 in merit based scholarships. I also need to get at least $5,856 in private based scholarship my senior year. Other consideration that I need to consider for this based on my research are as follows: 1. No additional information since I am currently a senior and not looking to get into Barrett Honors College.
  • 13. Example 1-year ASU goals for 12th grade. 1. Increase my GPA to 3.6 by doing the following: 1. Retake my 9th grade Spanish class that I got a D in and get an A. 2. Get a 3.8 GPA this year by getting all A’s and two B’s in my classes. 2. Increase my SAT score from 1150 to 1320. 3. Apply and get $6,000 in private based scholarships. Helpful Resources: ● See our recommended academic tracks! ● ●
  • 14. Example semester/summer ASU goals: 1. Higher a tutor to meet twice per week to ensure I maintain all A’s and two B’s in my math, Spanish, chemistry, history, and English class. Tutor should focus on my math and chemistry the most. 2. Get a SAT prep tutor and meet once per week for 3 months to help increase my score from a 1150 to a 1320. Take the SAT test in December. 3. Create a personal website highlighting my accomplishments and apply to 10 private based scholarships over the course of the next 3 months. 4. Apply to ASU by December 15th . Helpful Resources: ● ●
  • 15. Putting it into practice! Create a weekly review habit to ensure you make progress toward your semester goals.
  • 16. Create a Habit The Importance of Mathematics
  • 17. Create a Weekly Routine Cue: What day and time will you have your weekly review? Wednesday morning before breakfast Routine: 3 SMART tasks you did and plan on doing. Reward: What reward will you receive if you complete the weekly review? Get $5. Consequence: What consequence will occur if you don’t complete your weekly review? Have to pay my parents $10.
  • 18. Create a Weekly Routine ❑ Write out at least one crazy 20 year goal you have! ❑ List the day & time you will have your weekly review. ❑ Write out the reward and consequence you will get if you complete your weekly review. ❑ List out the items you will complete from your packet before your first weekly review and then have both you and your parent sign!
  • 19. Ask Yourself… What if YOU COULD master these 3 digital age subjects? Personal Branding Goal Setting Community Building
  • 20. Ask Yourself… What if YOU WERE connected to young ambitious individuals like this?
  • 21. Ask Yourself… What if YOU had a community to hold you accountable to ensure the following? Scholarships Colleges Life
  • 22. If you haven’t already! Meet people from across the world and set yourself up to thrive in the digital age by signing up for our teenage mastermind program! Learn More!
  • 23. “It really is a transformative class to take… and I really suggest that all of you at least try it. It takes a lot of work but it definitely is worth doing.” - Sydney Millerwise, Current Teenage Mastermind Student See Real Life Testimonial! Watch out I almost started crying....
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  • 25. Check Out Some of Our Teenage Mastermind’s Websites! Please Note: Program Launches(ed) June 4th. These students are from the beta phase and are still working on completing the course. Learn More!
  • 26. What You Get: BONUS: $680 $2,334 Value for $1,428 or 6 payment of $249 1-Year Mastermind Program Virtual Hangouts Occur Every Wednesday 5:30AM - 6:30AM or 7:00PM - 8:00PM Help develop and master digital age skills to thrive in college and beyond! 6 Online Classes $1,294 Value 52 1- Hour Hangouts $1040 Value What You Get: International Community Priceless WOW! Only $119 Per Month! Sign Up Today!
  • 27. Discover Your Purpose ○ “51% of graduates are working jobs that do not require their degree.” - CNBC ○ Why do you do what you do? How do you feel accomplished? What gets you fired up? ○ Develop person I am document & fearless vision board. Class # 1 - $149
  • 28. Change Beliefs + Develop Goals ○ “42% create New Year's Resolutions only 9.2% achieve them.” - University of Scantron ○ Change belief structure with professional life coach, Bri Seeley. ○ Science behind motivation & confidence. ○ Create S.M.A.R.T. college, year, and semester/summer goals (GPA, test scores, extracurricular optimization). Class # 2 - $149
  • 29. Productivity & Organization ○ “ Due to the internet, since 2013 teenagers have reported stress levels that exceed those of adults.” - NPR ○ Meditation science and practice with Brittany Shulla. ○ Science behind habits, value vs. effort diagram, organization strategy using Asana for email, hwk, shores, etc. ○ Creating weekly measurable tasks by implementing R.O.P.E.R. (Reflect, organize, prioritize, execute, review) Class # 3 - $149
  • 30. Personal Brand + Website ○ “The Bureau of Labor Statistics projects about 27 percent employment growth for web developers by 2024.” - US News ○ Follow your curiosity and build your personal brand with Youtube dance star Adrian Brambila. ○ Build a personal wordpress website that you will use to showcase your resume and build a network forever! ■ Learn about wordpress (26.4% of websites are built on), web hosting, plugins, widgets, Google Analytics, Search Console, and Tag Manager. ■ Develop a consistent brand image across all social media platforms. Class # 4 - $349
  • 31. Creating Compelling Content ○ “On average Google gets 100 billion searches per month.” - Mashable ○ Laura Petersen, MAED and # 1 best selling Amazon author on podcasting shares with students how podcasting & blogging can help them become a leader and authority figure around topics of curiosity and passion. ○ Scoring interviews with influencers, Hubspot CRM, Calendy, boomerang for gmail, and more techy apps. ○ Marketing 101, building an email list, and call to actions. ○ Podcast content preparation and creation for compelling content users will share. ○ Blog content preparation and creation to rank # 1 on Google, SEO, keyword research, link building, and Yoast. Class # 5 - $249
  • 32. Community + Monetizing ○ “2.51 billion people are social media users.” - Statisa ○ Tracking conversions & creating strong community. ○ Introduction to Facebook advertising and setting up your pixel. ○ Outreach strategy, emails, and using social media channels to share content. ○ How to monetize your website through affiliate partnerships. Class # 6 - $249
  • 33. Year Access To Community - $1040 Value ✓ 52+ virtual hangouts with students and Student-Tutor mentors from across the WORLD! ✓ Maximum 15 - 20 students per hangout. ✓ Forever support from me. Goal is to have 15 countries represented by September 1st!
  • 34. Common Student Objections: 1. I don’t have time to do all this: ● The lessons have been broken up to make it super manageable. ● Only a maximum of 2-3 hours of homework per week. ● 7-day breaks after every 3-5 weeks. 2. I don’t know what I want to do yet: ● I love this one because that is what class # 1 is for! ● Stop planning and start DOING! IMAGINE WHAT THIS COULD DO FOR YOU STUDENTS! :) THINK ABOUT ALL THE PEOPLE FROM ACROSS THE WORLD YOU WILL MEET!
  • 35. Common Parent Objections: 1. Too Expensive. I can’t afford that. a. Can’t afford $119 per month for a year? b. You can find a way if you see the value in investing in your student. 2. Need to think it over. a. 30-day 100% satisfaction guarantee. 3. We are out of town one week. a. Every Wednesday the students get time to ask questions. b. The online course walks students through step by step at their own pace! 4. My student is too young for this. Only in 6th grade. a. Perfect reason to get started. Imagine where he/she will be when they graduate. College may not be necessary. 5. My student is too old for this. a. I didn’t start until I was 23 years old. Look where it has taken me. 6. This isn’t important/needed for my student. a. Really?
  • 36. What Will Occur: Scholarships Colleges Life Introduction to a worldwide network! In addition they will earn thousand in scholarships, get into their dream college, and turn their dreams into reality! Sign Up Today! Your student will become a leader and authority figure around topics of curiosity have more opportunities, more fulfilling relationships, and a more affluent life.
  • 37. “It really is a transformative class to take… and I really suggest that all of you at least try it. It takes a lot of work but it definitely is worth doing.” - Sydney Millerwise, Current Teenage Mastermind Student Don’t take our word! Watch an authentic testimonial. Together Let’s spark bright futures! Sign Up Today!
  • 38. What You Get: $2,334 Value for $1,428 or 6 payment of $249 1-Year Mastermind Program Virtual Hangouts Occur Every Wednesday 5:30AM - 6:30AM or 7:00PM - 8:00PM Help develop and master digital age skills to thrive in college and beyond! 6 Online Classes $1,294 Value 52 1- Hour Hangouts $1040 Value What You Get: International Community Priceless WOW! Only $119 Per Month! Sign Up Today!
  • 39. Additional Questions? ● Comment below! ● Call us! 844-50-TUTOR ● Join & ask the Facebook group community so together we can spark bright futures! I hope to get the chance to meet you or your teenager!