Empowering 21st Century Leaders in the Classroom

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Arizona Department of Education – Character EducationIt's Andrea Samadi here. I want to welcome you to our site! After 15 years of working with young entrepreneurs, and working directly with some of the TOP SUCCESS LEADERS in the INDUSTRY (like Bob Proctor, from the movie, The Secret, and Mark Victor Hansen, co-author of The Chicken Soup for the Soul Series)  I learned the TOP SECRETS of SUCCESS and created a curriculum for young people. I want to share this BLUEPRINT with you today! I KNOW this works because I have used the blueprint myself, and have used it with thousands of others! If you are a school administrator or teacher and have been looking for something to help transform your student population...We are NOW thrilled to be a Preferred Vendor for Arizona Department of Education Character Education and want to work with YOU!

Think about This...Graduates

  • Are you STRESSED out with no extra time and WORRY whether you are preparing your students for their future?
  • Do your students have low attendance rates, behavioral problems and high drop out rates?
  • Are you looking for a program that would be easy to implement and collect student data and gains?

If you answered “YES” to any of the above questions then you are just like ME and thousands of others I have seen over the years attending seminars, looking for answers of "what should I work on next" and "how do I get started!"


Our Programs Will Help You To Inspire Others Teens2to-

  • Improve their relationships, confidence and self-esteem.
  • Own A better attitude to self-motivate their strategies and plans for the future.
  • Time management, resulting in improved productivity and overall happiness.
  • Achieve whatever they set their mind on.
  • Network with other leaders around the world.



Andrea with Bob Proctor, December 2013.

I was Lucky to have had the Chance to Learn from the TOP INDUSTRY Leaders and now I want to share my SECRETS with YOU!


Andrea Samadi with John Assaraf, 2009




“Never more needed, like water on a desert for a new generation!”

- Doug Wead | Presidential Historian and New York Times bestseller, advisor to two American presidents

Bob_Proctor, The_Secret

“I have been studying this material for over 50 years and I watched teens go from C grades to As, from sitting on the bench to the starting lineup, to developing stronger relationships with teachers, parents and siblings, just merely by changing the way they think. This is the most powerful material you will ever study.”

- Bob Proctor | Secret Teacher

Greg_Link, Covey, 7_Habits_of_Highly_Effective_People

“The Secret for Teens Revealed is a blueprint for transforming your life. Teens here’s a heads up: 97% of adults have not learned these secrets and even less live by them. Master your mind and rule your world - and your parents.”

- Greg Link | Co-founder and President, CoveyLink Worldwide and co-author of Smart Trust

Victoria_Justice, Victorious, Nickelodeon

Teen Celebrity Victoria Justice who has her own musical show on Nickelodeon called Victorious chose The Secret for Teens Revealed as a book that influenced her on the Scholastic You Are What You Read Page.





Dr. Kohutek

Dr. Kenneth Kohutek, Psychologist, Educator, Author

Andrea Samadi has hit a "homerun" with this book. Her experience as an educator and personal development instructor is blended in a way that any parent, educator, or one involved in the formation of young people should read and implement these concepts into their lives.

Ms. Samadi organizes her chapters in a manner suggesting she is very familiar with "best practices" in education. There is a pre-test before each chapter, valuable information in the middle and suggestions for taking the information into the real world. She successfully incorporates the concepts of multiple intelligence and individual learning styles in a way that involves the reader.

Pivotal points made in the introduction include a reminder that change takes time and energy. Knowledge, as measured on standardized tests, does not translate into results--in this case, personal growth.

The ten lessons with the five step approach in each chapter makes the text easy to follow. It may prove difficult at times to engage the student who has difficulty reading. However, there are enough exercises to engage most students.

For those wishing to present this information to teens, it would be an excellent idea to read and apply the knowledge to their own lives before sharing the knowledge.