The College Success Habits Podcast
Six questions you should know the answers too

Six questions you should know the answers too

December 2, 2020

Ep 75 - What are you pursuing in your academia? What are you hearing in your head as you make the decisions you do? What does your present look like and how do you see your future playing out based off who you are listening to and the energy you are putting out.

Know the answers to these six questions will allow you to check your heading and provide you with a fountain of wealth as you strive for deeper self-awareness.

What would you pursue:
1. If I didn't want money
2. If I didn't want to make a name for yourself?
3. If I didn't care what other people think?

Now, with the answers from above, how would you answer these questions if the above led you to the life you desire?

Imagine the life above at perfection …

o Where are you?

o Who are with?

o What are you doing?”

When you know the answers to these six questions you will attain a level of self-awareness that will open you up to the personal growth and development that most don't even attempt to achieve let alone make into their reality.

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Controlling your future through your mindset

Controlling your future through your mindset

November 25, 2020

Ep #75 - Hypotheticals can run you ragged. Your mindset about the future is as important as how you analyze and move through the things that have happened to you in your past. If you start spiraling down a path of "well this could," or "this might," or "well, that's what happened last time," you will be running on a treadmill to no where.

White knuckling the steering wheel deathly afraid of a tire blowout is just gonna ruin your road trip. Prepare as much as possible then release the rest to the energy of "what will be will be."

I talk a lot about and push you all to accept responsibility for your actions because that is where true power over one's journey is decided BUT there are many things that are not directly in your control. These are the things that will spin your mind off the proverbial cliff if you let them.

Developing your growth mindset isn't the first principle for no reason.

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Your point of view is blocked by your life experiences

Your point of view is blocked by your life experiences

November 16, 2020

Ep #74 - Judging others based off how you think, how you feel, and how you act is an erroneous way to go about your life. In this week's episode we discuss why that triggered you when I said it was erroneous - because basically I said if that is the way you live your life you are wrong, and the mind doesn't like being told it is wrong.

We also discuss how your reference point for why and how you behave isn't the standard by which all of humanity should be judged nor live their life by. Your life experiences have clouded your mind with thoughts and feelings that your way is right. Where this can lead you astray is beyond countless but you will certainly see it when someone else's opinions and beliefs differ from yours. 

In today's hot-button filled society, judging others based off your experiences shows a lack of empathy. As we learned last week, a lack of empathy is cause for concern because it shows there is work for you to do around your emotional intelligence. Let's face it, this year has been tough on everyone. Thinking your way is the only way is setting up your expectations for how others should condone themselves for massive disappointments.

Let's dive into this topic as we continue on our emotional intelligence journey!

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Emotional Intelligence is more than maturity

Emotional Intelligence is more than maturity

November 10, 2020

Ep #73 - Emotional Intelligence can be increased, grown, developed, and nurtured. Unlike your intelligence quotient, IQ, your EQ is not set. You can start to harness the resources around you to step into your internal power and grow beyond your wildest dreams.

You see people everyday who lack emotional intelligence. The talking heads on TV. The politicians without a filter. The students in your classroom who consistently disrupt the class, or show up late with infinite excuses at the ready. You certainly see this in your house, within your family, and social circle.

You are not fixed in your EQ. It can and must be grown and developed. It is your responsibility to push yourself to grow. To not let the chattering monkey in your head keep slamming away at the cymbals while you spiral deeper and deeper into your thoughts. Letting the voice in your head pound away at a thought that is not serving nor benefitting you is a terrible way to spend your brain focus and emotional energy.

Let's get to harnessing our internal power to corral the energy that emotions provides so we can start putting our minds toward their highest purpose.

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Empathy and your Comfort Zone

Empathy and your Comfort Zone

November 3, 2020

Ep # 72 - Your comfort zone is lying to you. You think you are comfortable there but what you really are is complacent there - or far worse, in FEAR there. When you push yourself to experience the world from a new perspective you are stepping outside the illusion of your comfort zone and into a space where growth actually occurs - you uncomfortable zone.

In this week's episode we dive into how to have difficult conversations, how to show up and be present and actually listen, and how to navigate all of that while not destroying relationships you clearly value.

You are uncomfortably comfortable when you stand still, get stuck, and wonder why your life continues to feel the same, sound the same, look the same. You have the choice to live in your comfortably uncomfortable zone. This is a space where you push yourself so often that it is now a habit to push yourself into your un-comfort zone and grow, grow, grow.

The difficult conversations are way less difficult than you think. The key is that you have to push yourself to have them regardless of what you think the other person's reaction/response will be. You step into the difficulty because it is in that action that the stress and fear melt away and you continue on your journey of controlling the only thing in your life you truly can - YOURSELF.

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Fighting to be right halts connections in communication, Ep #71

Fighting to be right halts connections in communication, Ep #71

October 22, 2020

Do you want to be right or do you want to connect? Ask yourself this when you get into a conversation with someone on a topic you know you both don't agree upon. You can raise your voice, get frustrated - whatever your response, and none of that is going to get them to flip their opinion or belief in that moment.

There are many hot-button topics in our society right now, in fact, there always has been. Heck, I've seen people freak out on one another over their favorite sports teams.

In this week's show, we're going discuss why you should be motivated to connect over argue, what you can think, to interrupt your usual behavior, when getting into these heated discussions, and how you can traverse these land-mine filled conversations with your friendship and  familial-bonds in tack. I mean, hey, this will work with just plain old random acquaintance or strangers too. Do you really want a new, sworn enemy just because you can't de-escalate a conversation like a mature adult. I know, I know, where are all of these "mature adults" you're supposed to be modeling yourself after. They're not on TV or print news, in politics, or influencing social media that is for damn sure.

This is emotional intelligence 2.0 coming at you - let's get to the show!

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Purpose, Passion, Interest, Curiosity

Purpose, Passion, Interest, Curiosity

October 9, 2020

Ep #70 - Why is feeling your purpose important? Others will balk at this but I believe it is the guiding light that so many have used to illuminate the journey that is our collective lives. What do you have a passion for? What vibrates within you at a deep level? When you hear about something do you immediately get clear on that is what you want to see yourself doing? The interests you spoke about when you were younger, the things you reached for with curiosity as a toddler. These are the things we forget about as we age. If you can align your curiosities, interests, passions, and ultimately your purpose to your values you will discover that alignment that will spark your "meant to be" for the rest of your life.

If you are feeling like it is time to expand your life when so many are contracting then hit play. If you are tired of listening to yourself to yourself why you can't do something - get congruent with what you really, really, really want at a deep level today. You have seen others take their life by the horns. Take your vision, talk it out with yourself, and reach toward a place that seems out of reach today but will be in your grasps, in time, once you take action.

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Making your own decisions & choice points

Making your own decisions & choice points

October 5, 2020

You are in control of your emotions, decisions, schedule, and so much more. You have these choice points in your life where you will be able to go back and see the exact moment that you made a decision that led you to an outcome. You won't always know if the decision was in your best interest until the circumstance plays out but many times you will know going into the decision you've made that you probably haven't set yourself up for the best success.

Thom Rigsby joins me as I visit him in Alabama so we can dive into the deep end of cause and effect, choice points, and taking responsibility for the decisions and choices you make for yourself. College is after all a great place to trail run the kinds of decisions and choices you will make once you get out into the "real world."

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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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