FAQ

We’ve gathered some of the most commonly asked questions
about Project Rockstar to help guide you through the application
process.

Q

How do I stand out from the other people applying?

A

We are looking for people that are serious about change, so make sure you spend time thinking about how to make your application as strong as possible. Many successful applicants spend weeks composing their application. We recommend sending your application to people you trust to review and provide input.

If it’s clear that you haven’t put a lot of thought into your application (i.e. there are a lot of spelling or grammatical errors), then don’t expect much. We are looking for high caliber and highly motivated individuals. Write your application to show us that you are one.

Q

I’m not a big party or nightclub person, is this still for me?

A

Project Rockstar delivers a complete life transformation, so the nightclubs and partying just scratch the surface. The program is built on a foundation of health, wealth, and relationships, and therefore covers fitness, nutrition, dating, relationships, inner work, business, and lifestyle design.

That means you will be educated in social skills and dynamics, fashion, exercise, diet, motivation, leadership, and deep identity level change, as well as building a close network of friends with the instructors, your fellow Rockstars, and the expansive network of alumni.

Q

Do I have to give up work for the summer to participate?

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Essentially, yes. Project Rockstar is a very intense program – you will be actively involved in activities and training at all hours of the day and night. To get the most out of it, it is recommended that you do not work or otherwise minimize working commitments for the duration of the program.

For applicants who make a strong case to participate but absolutely cannot take the time off work, exceptions may be made. Be sure to clearly state how you think you will be able to manage your energy and commitment levels if you believe you will have to continue working during the summer.

Q

I’m old, ugly, short, fat, and bald. Is it worth me applying?

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If that’s all you think you are then probably not. But if you know you are capable of more than life is currently offering you, particularly as it relates to lifestyle design, social skills, and fitness, and you can demonstrate drive in other areas of your life in your application form, then yes, it’s completely worth applying.

Q

How much is this going to cost me?

A

We’ve got a Cost page dedicated to answering this question. Project Rockstar costs $30,000 per person, though the program is not profit driven. It’s not cheap, but if you are strong-minded and want to participate, where there’s a will there’s a way. You are already being met over 90% of what the program should cost.

Q

Where can I find further information about what it’s like to be a Rockstar?

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Join our mailing list to get the most up-to-date information about Rockstar. We send out helpful emails regularly that will give you a good sense of what we’re all about. We also have a huge Resources section on the Homepage that will give you a really good idea of what the experience is like. You can also email us at questions@projectrockstar.com.