Suppose you woke up and learned that school had been canceled for the day. What would you do with your unexpected free time?
Who would you like to be stuck in an elevator with and why?
If you could start a business what would you sell?
A genie grants you the perfect part-time job. What would you like to do and why?
What three famous people would you like to spend an afternoon with? What would you like to talk to them about?
What advice do you have for younger students about high school?
What's the best financial advice you've ever heard? Why?
If you were limited to only one electronic device, what would it be and why?
Imagine your picture on the cover of TIME magazine. What's the headline?
Describe the perfect meal. The perfect snack.
What are you saving for?
What's the worst money mistake people can make?
What's your favorite song about money?
Whose face would you put on a $75 bill?
Who's your role model? What do you admire about this person and why?
Spend time downstairs in my hideaway, playing around with computers or something. If I had school work to do, I would probably work on that at some point.
My confirmation sponsor. We communicate well, he is funny, and together we could find a way to get out of there.
Electronics. I am very knowledgeable about them, and am always taking them into my hideaway and fixing them, but then they just sit there and collect dust. It would be nice to get rid of them for a profit.
Some part of the computer science field, because I understand it and because I can help translate "computer-speak" to English for other people that do not understand it.
Ben Stiller, Morgan Freeman, and Eddie Murphy. They are all really good actors, so we would probably talk about movies in general and maybe even make a plan for our own movie.
Pay attention and stay as far ahead as you can. Since I have taken high-school level classes, that's the best advice I can give. Classes get shorter, faster, and harder, all in one year. It's best to get ahead and stay ahead rather than get behind and catch up.
Put money in a savings account. It gains interest, and it's always safe and easy to use when I want to make a purchase.
My laptop. I have everything I need on it, including email, calendars, contacts, and, if need be, I could pay for a phone service.
"Boy May Be the Next Steve Jobs"
Tender steak, mushrooms, steak sauce, shrimp, and french fries. The perfect snack would be chocolate filled, double-chocolate chunk donuts. They must exist somewhere, because I think they would taste really good!
Put roughly half in my college fund and the other half in my savings account until I am able to build a new, completely decked-out gaming computer.
Assuming that there will always be money to use. So many people assume that money will continue to come in, and they spend more than they have, planning to pay it off later. For some people that do this, the income will become less or none at all, and things such as home foreclosures and car repossessions happen.
"The Gambler," by Kenny Rodgers. It is really the only song about money I know, and it is well written. I don't agree with gambling, but it is a good and catchy piece.
President Obama. He made history being the first African-American president.
Steve Jobs. He was able to change society with an experiment in his garage. It shows that anybody can make a difference, no matter what they do.