High Performing Student - Goal Setting and Visioning

Get Future Focused.

At the age of 14-years-old, Sam was mentored by ex NFL athlete, Niyi Sobo.  The concepts and systems he taught, changed the trajectory of Sam’s life.  Goal-setting and visioning aren’t something students often consider unless taught from an engaging and relatable source.

Understanding the importance of creating a future focus for your students, we created this workshop.  This program helps your students gain clarity, set intentions and begin prioritizing their everyday actions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long is this program?

This workshop is 60-90 minutes and can be adjusted to fit your needs.  Please let us know what length you’re looking for and we will let you how we can accommodate your needs.

What separates this from similar programs?

Sam shares personal stories that serve as powerful examples to each practical lesson taught in this program, and his young age gives your students permission to feel capable of achieving the goals they set.

Do you have more content aligned with GLC2O?

Yes.  Your students can participate in a full-day or half-day career development program called the High Performing Student.  It was built with the GLC2O curriculum in mind.  If you’re looking for more content please let us know and we will let you know how we can help.  

How can we continue the conversation after you leave?

To keep your students thinking about our time together, you can leverage The High Performing Student Podcast.  It has over 180 unique episodes.  Teachers often use it along with the free lesson plan on the podcast page.

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  • Jesse ZumsteinJesse ZumsteinCollege Student

    "I was one of the lucky recipients who received access to your program. I wish I had someone like you when I was back in high school, but having your resources now is incredible."

  • Rayed WasifRayed WasifUniversity Student

    "I have never seen a room full of students that engrossed in a talk given at this university. Every person in the room dropped what they were doing and was mesmerized."