Our vision:

To Equip the world with a system
to achieve their dreams.

Our Team

The brilliant minds backing LogoLife

Board Members

Dan Tyer

Advisor

HubSpot VP
Board Member
Phoenix

Joseph Pines

Advisor

Experience Economy Author
Board Member
New York

Andy Hastings

Advisor

VP Consultant
Board Member
San Fransisco

Mark Mooney

Advisor

Former McGraw Hill CIO
Board Member
New York

Dan Tyer

Advisor

HubSpot VP
Board Member
Phoenix

Joseph Pines

Advisor

Experience Economy Author
Board Member
New York

Andy Hastings

Advisor

VP Consultant
Board Member
San Fransisco

Mark Mooney

Advisor

Former McGraw Hill CIO
Board Member
New York

Curriculum Builders

Amilyn Castro

Teen Curriculum Lead

PH.D of Education
25+ years teaching experience
Phoenix

Sebastian Cruze

Master Instructor

Entrepreneur Coach
2000+ live events
Phoenix

Amilyn Castro

Teen Curriculum Lead

PH.D of Education
25+ years teaching experience
Phoenix

Sebastian Cruze

Master Instructor

Entrepreneur Coach
2000+ live events
Phoenix

The Solution

Why we exist

Why we exist.

The education system is outdated, it is not equipping kids with the skills they need to succeed in the new economy. There is a massive amount of research coming out of top universities about foundational skills like "creativity, emotional intelligence & grit" and it is not being integrated into the school systems. LogoLife fills the gap between modern research and what is available in schools, preparing students for what is being called "the 4th industrial revolution".

Our Mission

We seek to inspire life-long learning through self belief, purpose & creative confidence. Helping students apply their unique self to the world and create positive change.

How we systemized dreaming

Our story...

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

-Eleanor Roosevelt

Former First Lady

300-450 BC

Ancient Philosophers

From the beginning of history human potential has been an obsession of ours. What are we capable of and how do we unleash it?

Ancient philosophers, Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, would sit around all day discussing how to maximize human potential and how to better society. They laid the foundation for democracy, culture, and logic.

Today we can’t sit around all day and discuss esoteric dilemmas, but we can leverage the lifework of these legends to empower our youth.

1907-1997

Viktor Frankl (Modern Science)

Fast forward 2000 years, we meet Viktor Frankl - psychiatrist and prisoner of the Nazi regime who revolutionized how we understand purpose.

He found that helping a person find meaning in their life or suffering can help them overcome all the different seasons of life with.

What if our children had the ability to find meaning in their failures? If they can learn to find purpose daily in all that they do? Not only that but what if they can align their passion to an external purpose to help make the world a better place? Powerful people they can become.

1946-Present

Daniel Goleman (Modern Science)

A few decades after WWII, Goleman authored the internationally best-selling book Emotional Intelligence (1995, Bantam Books), which spent more than one-and-a-half years on The New York Times Best Seller list.

In Working with Emotional Intelligence (1998, Bantam Books), Goleman developed the argument that non-cognitive skills can matter as much as IQ for workplace success.

Daniel Goleman’s research is world renowned and accounts for much of our modern day science behind Emotional Intelligence.

Research shows that children who learn emotional intelligence skills have less anxiety and depression; have fewer attention, learning and behavior problems; are better problem-solvers; display greater social and leadership skills; and perform better academically.

– Marc Brackett, Ph.D., Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

2004-Present

Modern Educational Research

Our curriculum also is inspired by:

Yale's Center of Emotional Intelligence

Stanford D. School (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design)

Foundation for Critical Thinking

Angela Duckworth (Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology -UPenn)

and more...

Our Story

How we got started

From ancient philosophy, to modern day psychology, cutting edge educational research, we combine all that’s available to formulate our curriculum.

Our Story

The future belongs to those who believe in the beauty of their dreams.

-Eleanor Roosevelt

Ancient
Philosophers

From the beginning of history human potential has been an obsession of ours. What are we capable of and how do we unleash it?

Ancient philosophers, Socrates, Aristotle, Plato, would sit around all day discussing how to maximize human potential and how to better society. They laid the foundation for democracy, culture, and logic.

Today we can’t sit around all day and discuss esoteric dilemmas, but we can leverage the lifework of these legends to empower our youth.

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Viktor
Frankl

(Modern Science)

Fast forward 2000 years, we meet Viktor Frankl - psychiatrist and prisoner of the Nazi regime who revolutionized how we understand purpose.

He found that helping a person find meaning in their life or suffering can help them overcome all the different seasons of life with.

What if our children had the ability to find meaning in their failures? If they can learn to find purpose daily in all that they do? Not only that but what if they can align their passion to an external purpose to help make the world a better place? Powerful people they can become.

Daniel
Goleman

(Modern Science)

A few decades after WWII, Goleman authored the internationally best-selling book Emotional Intelligence (1995, Bantam Books), which spent more than one-and-a-half years on The New York Times Best Seller list.

In Working with Emotional Intelligence (1998, Bantam Books), Goleman developed the argument that non-cognitive skills can matter as much as IQ for workplace success.

Daniel Goleman’s research is world renowned and accounts for much of our modern day science behind Emotional Intelligence.

Research shows that children who learn emotional intelligence skills have less anxiety and depression; have fewer attention, learning and behavior problems; are better problem-solvers; display greater social and leadership skills; and perform better academically.

– Marc Brackett, Ph.D., Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence

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Modern
Educational
Research

Our curriculum also is inspired by:

Yale's Center of Emotional Intelligence

Stanford D. School (Hasso Plattner Institute of Design)

Foundation for Critical Thinking

Angela Duckworth (Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Psychology -UPenn)

and more...

Want to join us?

Want to join us?

Check out our Teenage Entrepreneurship & Innovation Program