How to become President
2. Must be 35 years of age or older
3. Must be a United States resident for at least 14 years
I have no real recommendations for being born here because that just has to happen, and it's obvious what you need to do to be a resident for 14 years, however, since you have to be at least 35, usually Presidents are Governors before, so that might be a good idea, or obviously just get involved in Politics in some way and work your way up the ladder. I personally don't think people should run at exactly 35 because that's still pretty young.
Primaries and Caucuses
A Caucus is when political parties select leaders and decide policy over discussion.
My suggestions for both of these are limited because this would mean you are already a candidate and are doing a decent job. Everyone who runs for president obviously campaigns on T.V., and campaigning is a must, but I think meeting with people or have people who are campaigning for you meet with people and tell them why it's important to vote for you and especially why it's important to not vote for another candidate because of what they won't do. Whether it's holding a small party, or greeting people at a big event, I think it's the way to go. Everyone gets bored of T.V. commercials and radio ads.