The College Success Habits Podcast
How to utilize FEAR to create something extraordinary

How to utilize FEAR to create something extraordinary

September 11, 2020

Ep #68 - Fear what is it good for? Absolutely everything. You can't have courage without fear - it's a yin-yang. So how are you channeling your fear into something marvelous?

It starts with acknowledging that fear is present in you. Pushing it away keeps it there, exacerbates it - what you resist persists.

Making peace with your humanity, your human being-ness, is so crucial toward your acceptance of fear yet so many people want to hide from this part of the process. It is okay being afraid, it is even more okay being afraid of being afraid.

In fact, once you harness the fear, the vibrational energy it is causing inside of you can be refocused toward creating something so majestic. There is a positivity to fear. It is not all negative. This episode will show you exactly how to tap into the positivities of fear so you can move through the problem and into the solution - as that is where the true magic of humanity resides.

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Adaptability in an uncertain world w/ Thom Rigsby

Adaptability in an uncertain world w/ Thom Rigsby

September 2, 2020

Being adaptable and flexible will relieve stress and anxiety when you layout plans and begin working toward your goals and outcomes. What that adaptability and flexibility looks like to you will be different than that of the person next to you - but there are enough similarities that we can begin to strategize together ways to be prepared when the world throws a pandemic at us.

Business coach Thom Rigsby joins us to discuss how your time in college can be seen through the eyes of running a small business. Many of the strategies that are so useful in the working world have a direct correlation to your schooling career.

You are learning so much about yourself during this time in college. Let's step back from the day-to-day hecticness that is your university life and get into how you can add the skills you will need to increase your adaptability. Your career outlook can change on a dime. Your financial stability can be rocked to its core. It is all on you to take control of your career and life trajectory and you can start doing that right now, today, in college, and the amount of effort won't be that much different than the energy you are expending worrying and stressing about the uncertainty that has become the norm.

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Never argue with your roommate again

Never argue with your roommate again

August 28, 2020

Ep #66 - Roommates, they can be your best friends for life or your worst enemy for a year. The number one barrier that will get in the way of you having a warm, inviting space to come home to after a long day on campus or at work is... a lack of communication.

Often you might steer away from a "tough" conversation because you are afraid of the response you'll get, or the rebuttal the roommate will have for you about how you aren't doing things to their liking.

We'll get into cause and effect during another show. For today, I will introduce to you the top-7 hot button areas in your home that can become the dividers of friendships, politeness, and the overall sense of safety and comfort you desire your home to be for you. 

Whether you are living in a traditional college environment, like a dorm, apartment, or house; or if you are a non-traditional student living at home with a partner or family member(s) - this show doesn't disclude you.

We all have to live with someone at some point in our lives. Let's get the basics covered and out of the way so we can move onto more pressing issues like - who gets to pick out the paint colors on the walls or the music while cooking. Now I've definitely ended relationships over stuff like that, LOL.

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Find your natural high

Find your natural high

August 21, 2020

Ep #65 - In this week's episode we discuss how you are going to discover your natural high this semester. With so much about this school year influx, the "normal" social activities may not be available to you. In fact, the easiest thing to do is just go to the bar and that is even questionable - not just in terms of whether you should do it or not - but on whether that is even an option.

Now, I don't want you to take the easy road in life. I'd rather you kept the partying to a minimum and partook in the awesome that is college without having a libation in your hand. I want you to discover your life through your natural highs.

What gets you jubilant when you put it in your calendar? What keeps you restless the night before in anticipation? What did you love as a child you can rediscover now that YOU are in charge of your day-to-day activities? What activity did you do in high school that you can find on-campus? Even if you aren't able to play your preferred sport at the collegiate level there are intramurals, there are clubs that do theater, there are organizations that have the activities where camaraderie and group fun are the centerpiece.

Just going to the pub and crawling home will get old. How about we get you naturally high and in that discovery you might just spark yourself onto a path that leads indirectly to your purpose.

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5 tips to get your mindset ready for the Fall semester

5 tips to get your mindset ready for the Fall semester

August 14, 2020

Ep 64 - Here comes Fall. Maybe there will be sports, maybe there will be further closures, maybe there will be an economic collapse and a Civil War after November 3rd - we have no idea. Though, I hope the civil unrest remains calm and nonviolent. In fact, here's too friendly, civil discourse over ugly, uncivil fighting any day.

The topic for today is as the title states - five ways to get your mindset shift on for the Fall semester. Regardless of sports, or further shutdowns - we do know the school year is upon us and it's time to get ready.

You decided to take classes this fall so don't go off and look for excuses as to why you didn't do as well as you would have liked.

Make it happen, you owe it to yourself first and foremost. Use these tips to catapult yourself to the best semester yet and prove to yourself that you embody the seven powerful principles I wrote about in my book.

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Planning is priceless, plans are worthless

Planning is priceless, plans are worthless

August 6, 2020

Yes, this semester is going to be unlike any other - like all semesters really. This one just has the cloud of a worldwide pandemic hovering over it, ready to unleash its gale-force winds and torrential downpours upon us all.

This episode will cover many things you should be thinking about and doing as any semester gets started really BUT...with the uncertainty that this coming Fall 2020 seems to be ramping up toward, I think it even more important to...

Get into the mental and physical health system asap. Connect with the resources that are present on the campus to aid your academia and personal growth. Think ahead, plan for the unexpected, and then be flexible when all heck breaks loose sometime around Halloween.

Jump on in, the water is fine. Sure, the current is a son-of-a-gun but we're all in this together.

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What do you want to achieve this semester?

What do you want to achieve this semester?

July 30, 2020

Ep #62 - You want to get amazing grades this Fall semester regardless of the pandemic. It is totally understandable to feel overwhelmed with everything that has happened this year. It is okay to be worried about what will happen once this semester gets into winter. At some point, you might even question whether the college admins really care about your safety, or are they just putting PPEs in place to make sure they are covered on the legal side. At the top of all of this is the novel-coronavirus, Damn that Covid-19 all to hell because it is laying waste to the world as we've known it.

Here's the kicker, whatever you decide to do this semester, go all-in on that decision, and kick-ass!

Just make sure it's your decision, and you are content with it, because it is you who has to put in the effort this semester - not your family, friends, and advisors.

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Embody Tenaciousness

Embody Tenaciousness

July 24, 2020

Ep #61 - in this week's episode, we discuss chapter seven in my book, "College Success Habits: 7 Powerful Principles to Help You Excel in College and Beyond," - Embody Tenaciousness.

Showing up as the best version of yourself every day is going to be the secret sauce that brings all of these powerful principles to fruition and guides you to the best version of yourself.

There is nothing that will weigh you down more than a lackadaisical attitude in your day-to-day life.

You are in control of your actions, just like you are in control of your thoughts and feelings. The act of showing up as the best version of you will show those you interact with that you are taking your college experience seriously. 

Celebrate your successes responsibly.

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Exercise Flexibility

Exercise Flexibility

July 21, 2020

Ep #60 - in this week's episode, we discuss chapter six in my book, "College Success Habits: 7 Powerful Principles to Help You Excel in College and Beyond," - Exercise Flexibility.

 

Planning is priceless. Plans are worthless. Being tied to your plan will leave you rigid when you need to be flexible. In the history of time, the likelihood that any plan has ever played out precisely as it was originally laid out - well, that would be a statistical anomaly.

 

Everyone has a plan until they are punched in the mouth - Muhammed Ali.

 

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Embrace Discipline

Embrace Discipline

July 15, 2020

Ep #59 - in this week's episode we discuss chapter five in my book, "College Success Habits: 7 Powerful Principles to Help You Excel in College and Beyond," - Embrace Discipline.

 

Discipline is where actions become actions. The secret sauce that is not so secret to anyone who has ever accomplished anything of note in their life.

 

It is the day-to-day steps, the habituation of taking action that will reap you the rewards of uncovering and accomplishing your meant to be.

 

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