What is The Best U?

“The Best U” is a dynamic presentation and workshop series designed to inspire students. It combines personal, academic and professional developments that help the students to become successful at school, work and in life.

Greatness, leadership and achievement are not just innate to us. They are honed, practiced, and earned. From a culture of deserving everything to one that encourages commitment, consistency and resilience, the students are taught how to progress by anticipation where their future is prepared today; where they chose to be immersed in the reality of life and accomplish their dreams and goals based on the decision and choices they make, the identity and personality they develop.
How do you the students get the absolute most out of the school experience? The notion of having a clear vision is reinforced through a series of presentations that focus on 4 major aspects of life:
Be limitless
How to handle peer pressure
The type of growth you make
The values you are bringing to others?
The experience you want to have in life
This program will give students a jumpstart to their success and support their retention, persistence & degree completion.

This workshop series can be delivered in individual modules of 2-3 hours, or as an all-day event! It is appropriate for all college students, but is especially beneficial to new college students and high school seniors.

“The Best U” is the perfect presentation, workshop to steer your students’ mind and make them unreasonable towards their greatness and achievement!

Let Wisdom bring his energy and enthusiasm and share with your students tangible steps they can take to accomplish their goals.


Goal setting and Clarity
“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Napoleon Hill.
What are your dreams, visions and goals for your life?
Why are you in school and what do you envision to achieve?
What is your G.P.A.S.S.? –Goal, Passion, Abilities, Skills, Strength–
What do you plan to do after you finish high school/college…?
What are your career choices? And what is the difference between a career and a job?
As students come on campus they are missing a key component to finish school with great grades: the inner motivation. This presentation will help students to identify their passion and goals and design a process, system to follow in order to create new possibilities and accomplish those goals. The students will learn the strategies to stay motivated, be resilient during challenges and reach the pinnacle of their academic success. They will learn:
2 ways to master the art of inspiration and motivation.
To beat procrastination
To utilize their time effectively
To connect their purpose in school with their purpose in life.
The 3 specific actions they must take within their first semester.
To face their greatest fears and conquer them.
This presentation is perfect for kicking off the school year and giving your students the sense urgency to take this college experience seriously starting NOW!


Are the students in your ELL (English-Language Learners) classes struggling to adjust to their new learning process?
Are they facing challenges in the classrooms?
Education is one of the best ways of integrating immigrant children and their families into their new home countries. But most immigrant students have to overcome multiple barriers in order to succeed at school.
After surveying over two hundred colleges, high schools across the country, Wisdom has noticed the students who were not born and bred in US face many challenges among which: studying the language, understanding the education system. Those difficulties lead some of the students to drop out of school or not knowing how to quickly make some adjustments. Some of the students come from war-torn zones or are suffering severe trauma. Some of them lack self-esteem, self-confidence, fear…..
Those students must surmount obstacles to success. Performance gaps between immigrant and native students are largely explained by language barriers and socioeconomic differences.
As a first generation immigrant, Wisdom Primus has been able to quickly adapt and thrive in his fields. He has put in place practical methods and strategies to help the students to build themselves up, develop a strong “WHY”
In this presentation, Wisdom shares with the students how to:
– Voice their personal values and beliefs to create a sense of belonging.
– Sharpen their mind in order to acquire the knowledge at a fast pace
– Ask questions and integrate
– Create opportunities for positive engagement and discussion
– Break the language barrier and immerse.


The percentage of public school students in the United States who were English Language Learners was higher in school year 2014–15 (9.4 percent, or an estimated 4.6 million students). With these trends, students who are English Language Learners (ELLs) participate in language assistance programs to help ensure that they attain English proficiency and meet the same academic content and achievement standards that all students are expected to meet. In order to support ELL/LEP students in their adjustment process, Wisdom Primus has designed a presentation consisted in:

– creating opportunities for students to practice and incorporate their new knowledge in meaningful ways

– helping the students to remember to incorporate all language skills (listening, speaking, reading, writing)

– being more intentional in their learning process

-developing questioning techniques; increasing their vocabulary

– practicing clear enunciation

Similarly the ELL/LEP teachers struggle to find the appropriate ways and balances to work with those students.

ELL/LEP students from the linguistic diversity face barriers in addition to a complex of inferiority, low self-esteem. These factors increase the bar of discouragement, dropouts and participation. They are also more vulnerable to bullying and struggle to quickly adapt to their new environment. They tend to exclude themselves from their peers for fear of not “fitting in”.

In my ELL / LEP presentation, I share my personal experience with the teachers on how they can:

* create an environment where the students can easily adapt and thrive

* make new friends across the board

* The teachers can handle reclusive students and address their mood

* understand students’ body language

*easily mingle with other students and be more engaged

* build and develop their self-esteem and self-worth.

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