How to Make $1000 an Hour!

6629054127_6651867221College students, and parents of college students, would you like to learn how to make $1000 an Hour? It’s hard enough to find a job earning $10 an hour, let alone 100 times that amount. By the end of this post you will hear about someone who has done it, learn some of her tricks so you can do the same thing and also learn how to get a resource to help you along the way.

First let me tell you her story. A young lady named Hannah Rivard decided that she wanted to attend the University of Northwestern in her home state of Minnesota. She knew it was going to cost a lot more than a state college education, so she began looking into scholarships to help fund her education. She won a few scholarships and developed a process. By the time she graduated she paid for her entire $100,000 college education with scholarships! Wow! I have never met anyone else who has done this! It is such an incredible story, that I wanted to make sure you had a chance to hear it.

Here are some ways for you to get started:

First you need to have a plan. Now that you know it can be done, you need to create your own plan to make it happen for you. Most of us only know about the guy on infomercials called Mathew Lesko that make scholarships look like a gimmick. Here is a real life person, whom I have met personally, that has done more than I dreamed possible with her own scholarships. Even if you had half of her success it would be huge! So create your own plan. You can start applying for scholarships in Junior High, and you can start as a Senior in college. The more time you give yourself, the more dollars you can earn.

Second, you need a process. Hannah developed a process for earning her scholarships. She was organized. She saved her information. She learned what worked and what didn’t. She learned that the places everyone else looks for scholarships is not where you should be looking. She learned that the people who award scholarships really want to get to know you as an applicant. You need to be real, and you need to give them a reason to pick you. They want to feel like you are a good investment for the money they are donating.

Third, you need to get started. When you read her story, she will tell you that she started earning one out of every four scholarships that she applied for. On average she earned $5000 a scholarship. Based on the time it took her to apply for those scholarships she was earning $1000 per hour. None of this will happen for you unless you get started.

Finally, do some research to speed up your process. While I have given you the idea and a framework, you can be enormously successful if you learn all the details. Hannah has written a how-to book to explain everything she knows about earning scholarships. However, here are some additional tips and tricks that will help you along the way. (I looked these up on Hannah’s website,

  • Your grades don’t have to be perfect. What a relief!!
  • You don’t have to have your career path all figured out.
  • It helps if you can communicate that you want, and have tried, to make a difference in the world.
  • Fastweb is not an effective place to go, when looking for scholarships.
  • Earning scholarships is work, it is not easy but it is effective and can work for you!

I highly recommend purchasing Hannah’s book, The Thousand Dollar Hour. You can find it on her blog, and you can find it on Amazon. It’s the best way to get all the details, and to speed up your process of earning all the money you can from scholarships. You can also consult with Hannah personally. The details can be found at Thanks for reading this post! If you found this resource to be helpful, do me a favor and leave a comment below. Thanks again!!

About The Author

Duane Rockensock

Duane (Rocky) Rockensock is a husband, a dad, and the National Reconditioning Manager for AmeriGas Propane. Since he was a teenager, Duane has loved hearing the stories of how people have started creative businesses or found ways to use their talents to accomplish amazing things. For that reason he started this blog to encourage teens and adults to find their purpose and to provide the tools and resources to make that happen!