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About Matthew & Joseph Moheban

Co-Founders of 220 Youth Leadership Matthew & Joseph are the Co-Founders of 220 Youth Leadership, an international company they started to help students become the Second-to-None (220) version of themselves. Through personalized motivation, advanced goal setting, and authentic leadership training, 220 Programs empower students to enhance their potential, maximize their performance, and achieve their ultimate goals inside and outside of the classroom. In 2015, the Moheban brothers left the banking and consulting industries to pursue their passion for leadership development and coaching students, with the fundamental belief that every student on Earth can design their lives around passion, excitement, and fulfillment.

How to Build on Last Semester, Good or Bad

A Fresh Start For most students, a new semester is about to begin. Depending on how your student performed last semester, you may feel excited, anxious, nostalgic, nervous, hopeful, or scared (or a combination). But no matter how they performed, what an incredible opportunity they have to continue a positive trend, or completely reverse historical [...]

By |January 9th, 2017|Better Grades, College Prep, Confidence|0 Comments

Must Watch Documentary For The Family!

“Our culture promotes the belief that someone who is overweight is just that way because they’re lazy. When actually, the food we eat is a large cause of these lazy behaviors AND the unwanted weight gain.” If you haven’t already seen Fed Up, or if your whole family hasn’t watched this documentary, then you have [...]

By |December 17th, 2016|Health, Teen Wellness|0 Comments

Non Traditional Keys to Academic Achievement

INSTRUCT What are the keys to performing well academically? Typical answers are to pay attention in class, take good notes, do the readings, study hard, don’t miss assignments, and do well on tests and quizzes. It turns out that some non-traditional keys make all of this possible- and more. 8+ Hours of Sleep Did you [...]

By |October 9th, 2016|Better Grades, Confidence, Motivation|0 Comments

One Step to Extreme Organization

INSTRUCT Today’s student is being asked to do more with their time than any student before them. The demands of larger workloads, more advanced materials, and an expectation of heavy extracurricular involvement causes stress and anxiety, affects performance, and can even create the desire to do nothing because they are so overwhelmed at the thought [...]

By |September 9th, 2016|Better Grades|0 Comments

Make This Semester the Best Yet

INSTRUCT Your student now has the ultimate opportunity: A fresh start. A new semester. A full school year to take their academic performance to the next level. So how can we help our students take advantage of this opportunity? How can we change what has happened in the past, eliminate complacency, and get our students [...]

By |August 13th, 2016|Better Grades|0 Comments

Maximizing Your Student’s Academic Potential: Practice The Intangibles

This is Post #5 in our five-part series about how to help your student improve their performance in the classroom and get the most out of their academic experience. If you missed the first four: click here to read Post #1, click here to read Post #2, click here to read Post #3, click here to read [...]

Maximizing Your Student’s Academic Potential: Find and Maintain the Vision

This is Post #4 in a 5-part series about how to help your student improve their performance in the classroom and get the most out of their academic experience. Stay tuned for Post #5 which will be released next month. Click here to read Post #1. Click here to read Post #2. Click here to read Post [...]

By |June 9th, 2016|Better Grades, College Prep|0 Comments

Maximizing Your Student’s Academic Potential: Create the Blueprint

This is Post #3 in a 5-part series about how to help your student improve their performance in the classroom and get the most out of their academic experience. Stay tuned for Posts #4 & #5, which will be released on a monthly basis. Click here to read post #1. Click here to read post #2. [...]

Maximizing Your Student’s Academic Potential: Set Goals the Right Way

This is Post #2 in a 5-part series about how to help your student improve their performance in the classroom and get the most out of their academic experience. Stay tuned for Posts #3-#5 which will be released on a monthly basis, and Click here to read post #1. INSTRUCT In Post #1, we focused [...]

By |March 11th, 2016|Better Grades, College Prep|1 Comment

Post #1 of 5: The Importance of Intrinsic Motivation

This is Post #1 in a 5-part series about how to help your student improve their performance in the classroom and get the most out of their academic experience. Stay tuned for Posts #2-#5 which will be released on a monthly basis. INSTRUCT Does your student struggle in the classroom? Do they have trouble prioritizing [...]

By |February 9th, 2016|Better Grades, Motivation|0 Comments