The College Success Habits Podcast
Cultivating Courage

Cultivating Courage

June 29, 2020

Ep #56 - in this week's episode we discuss chapter two in my book, "College Success Habits: 7 Powerful Principles to Help You Excel in College and Beyond," - Cultivating Courage.

Stepping through the fear and into your best self isn't always an easy task or everyone would be doing it. They key tenant to remember is that, "sometimes you have to do it afraid."

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Developing a Growth Mindset

Developing a Growth Mindset

June 26, 2020

 Ep #55 - In this week's episode we discuss the first powerful principle featured in the College Success Habits book - Developing a Growth Mindset.

I will go over why a growth mindset is important, what the developing process looks and feels like, how to step into a growth mindset flow today, and what if you find yourself blocked by your old, fixed way of thinking.

Here is the link to buy your copy of the book right now!

College Success Habits Amazon Kindle edition

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Official Amazon (Kindle) Book Launch Today!

Official Amazon (Kindle) Book Launch Today!

June 25, 2020

Ep #54 - In this episode I discuss the official launch of the Kindle version of College Success Habits: 7 Powerful Principles to Help You Excel in College and Beyond.

What an amazing journey this has been to get to this day. With the paperback version a few months off, until the pandemic eases up and the print distribution facilities can begin to operate and catch up on their backlog, the digital version is your way to get a jump on setting yourself up for success this Summer, Fall, and beyond!

https://bit.ly/collegesuccesshabitspodcast

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Book launch & 7 Powerful Principles overview

Book launch & 7 Powerful Principles overview

June 19, 2020

Ep #53 - In this week's episode we discuss the book launch on June 25, 2020 and I go over the 7 Powerful Principles so you can gain a fresh perspective on them and how incorporating them into your life will bring you immeasurably more control over the ebbs & flows of your student/campus life as well as in your life overall.

Develop a Growth Mindset

Cultivate Courage

Be Decisive

Take Action

Embrace Discipline

Exercise Flexibility

Embody Tenaciousness

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Fight, flight, freeze, or sex

Fight, flight, freeze, or sex

June 12, 2020

Ep #52 - In this week's episode we dive into the fight, flight, freeze, or sex (it's technically called the 4 F's) of the human response system known as the amygdala and it's corresponding opposite - the cerebral cortex or cognitive thinking center of the brain.

Why are we getting into this? So you can look around you and see who is operating emotionally triggered versus emotionally centered? Well, yeah, I want you to be able to do that. More importantly, I would like to introduce you to why you behave the way you do after an emotional trauma - such as a break-up.

I am getting into a book on abandonment and it is an eye opener. Heartbreak is pretty much inevitable at some point in your lifetime and college is ripe for it. Understanding that emotionally reacting is a human conditioned response, and not something to be ashamed of, is particularly great to know because beating yourself up for having emotions is a horrible way to go through life - let alone college.

If you would like to know more about the abandonment book I am working through here's the link.

Abandonment Workbook by Susan Anderson

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Patience is your behavior and attitude while waiting

Patience is your behavior and attitude while waiting

May 23, 2020

Ep #51 - In this week's episode we discuss patience. Something our society has shown great amounts of during the quarantine and yet, we could still have a better attitude and behaviors surrounding the Q and in life in general.

We will dive into why patience is important, what patience truly is, how to be patient - and what happens if we don't show patience is circumstances that aren't always in our control.

Spoiler alert - the power you have over any and everything that happens in your life lies in your response to it, rather than an emotionally triggered reaction.

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Learn how you learn best

Learn how you learn best

May 14, 2020

Ep 50, In this weeks episode, we talk about the learning styles of visual, auditory, and kinesthetic.

  • If you are visual you might prefer to see handouts, read, take colorful notes, and doodle during class.
  • If you lean toward auditory then you learn well from lectures, talking about the material, podcasts, and audiobooks.
  • If you are a kinesthetic learner then you like to get your hands dirty, experiment, actually do something physical with the material - maybe a field trip or museum visit to really immerse yourself in the information.

The way you learn is paramount to understand as the governments begin to decide on Fall campus openings. If you know how you learn then you can accommodate your studying and such to that strength specifically.

Your response to the quarantine will have longterm implications on your future. There is a ton of uncertainty in the country and world right now. You can always count on yourself though. You can be certain that if you acquire the right tools and if you keep motivated and disciplined then your best will rise to the surface.

You can't be certain of the outcome but you can be certain of your effort.

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Making the most of your college experience w/Jasmine Ruys

Making the most of your college experience w/Jasmine Ruys

May 1, 2020

Ep 49, In this week's episode I speak with Jasmine Ruys, the dean of admissions at the College of the Canyons. 

We talk about the hurdles to overcome in college, not taking scholarships for granted, being self aware of one's goals and outcomes, and emotional maturity.

Just a fascinating conversation that will open your mind regardless of what stage in the college journey you are moving through.

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Limiting beliefs will stop you before you even start.

Limiting beliefs will stop you before you even start.

April 24, 2020

Ep #48 - In this week's episode we talk about limiting beliefs and their effect on your life up till now and how they will control what your life becomes if you do not release them.

It is up to you to create the life you desire for yourself. To do this you will have to release the beliefs implanted into you when you were a child and on into your teens.

Think you're immune to limiting beliefs? Don't even know what they are? Just hit play and we'll get into the conversation!

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The First Year Experience w/ Jessica Cerda

The First Year Experience w/ Jessica Cerda

April 10, 2020

Ep #47 - In this week's episode, I welcome Los Angeles City College's First-Year Experience program director Jessica Cerda to the show. We discuss how to manage your time, handle the stressors college inevitably heaps upon you, and how, no matter the campus, there is help and assistance in the form of: counselors, therapists, advisors, etc. available to guide you through the maze that is the college experience.

While this was recorded before the novel coronavirus and subsequent quarantine took over our society, I still think what Jessica talks about is relevant as there are tens of thousands of high school students about to embark on the amazing journey that is college. There are equally as many students that have had their first year experiences halted as it was just gaining momentum - and I think all of you in the early stages of your university life will have some massive catching up to do when the schools reopen in the fall (fingers-crossed.)

Here's my best wishes that all of you make it through this healthy and without the loss of a loved one. Be ready for next semester because things will return to some semblance of normalcy at some point and you want to have momentum in hand rather than starting from a stand still.

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