The College Success Habits Podcast
Applying the 4 Learning Styles as a Habit

Applying the 4 Learning Styles as a Habit

June 6, 2019

Ep # 07 - Welcome back to another edition of the College Success Habits podcast. In today's discussion, I will be reviewing the prior episode's interview with Gretchen Potts and I'm going to break down each of her 4 learning styles that she revealed on that show. If you have not yet listened to the prior episode, I would highly recommend you go back and catch up before listening. 

As a brief review, Gretchen Potts named 4 learning styles which were as follows: (1) The No Fear, (2) The Procrastinator, (3) The Spinner / The Overthinker, and (4) The Vision Squanderer. 

Today, I will be describing these four learning styles in detail and clearing up any questions that may be lingering. Self-awareness is an important factor in creating college success habits and when you can recognize your particular learning style, you can then make the appropriate adjustments that will help you reach maximum efficiency.

If learning styles interest you like they do me, you are going to get a lot out of today's discussion. Enjoy!

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Gretchen Potts on the 4 Major Learning Processes

Gretchen Potts on the 4 Major Learning Processes

May 31, 2019

Ep #06 - Gretchen Potts joins me on the show this week to discuss learning processes and styles. Gretchen has an extensive professional background including teaching at Cal State Fullerton for 12 years, teaching younger children for 8 years, being a nationally exhibited artist, and running a business teaching art. Her experience in education and art allows her to bring a creative perspective to our conversation about learning styles and processes.

In this interview, we discuss the characteristics that Gretchen observed in successful students and what traits she believes will lead to success in life. Gretchen has come up with four major learning processes that we discuss in this episode: (1) The No Fear, (2) The Procrastinator, (3) The Spinner / The Overthinker, and (4) The Vision Squanderer. 

Gretchen will discuss each of these four learning processes in detail during the interview. It's an amazing conversation.

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Mastering Your Daily Flow

Mastering Your Daily Flow

May 23, 2019

Ep #05 - Today, I cover what it's like to build a workflow for your entire day. In our prior episodes, we've discussed why habits exist and creating morning routines, and this is the next logical element. To get the most impact out of the content covered here, there are three keys to focus on. These keys are identity, priorities, and just getting started. I explain these in detail throughout the show and go in-depth on creating and mastering a daily flow.

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Powerful Morning Routines

Powerful Morning Routines

May 16, 2019

Ep #04 - In today's episode, I get to cover one of my favorite topics in the area of habits, morning routines.

How can you ensure that you are being efficient in getting your day started so that you immediately feel like your accomplishing things? This is an important question to ask yourself each and every day so that you are framing your days for success and achievement.

I will be the first to admit that my morning routine has changed dramatically over the years. In college, my drinking habits would often hijack my morning routines, but I also had strategies for still being efficient when I absolutely had to. I will share today how I was able to achieve this efficiency even while in college as well as to how I have adapted these strategies to work much, much more efficiently in a life of sobriety.

It is also important to make sure that your morning routines are being created for you and you alone. These routines only needs to serve you. Don't let other people dictate the way you start your morning and set up your day.

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Why Our Brains Create Habits

Why Our Brains Create Habits

May 9, 2019

Ep #03 - In this episode of "College Success Habits," I dive into the topics of habit formation and habit structure. I originally wanted to do this third episode on morning routines, but realized that there was an element missing before discussing types of habits. First and foremost, I felt that I should go deep on the subject of habits by defining what they are and discussing why they even exist to begin with. This is foundational content to the theme of this show and I think you will love it.

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Thom Rigsby on Vision, Priorities, and Goals

Thom Rigsby on Vision, Priorities, and Goals

May 8, 2019

Ep #02 - Thom Rigsby, a top performance coach, speaker, and entrepreneur, sits down with me this week to discuss how to set yourself up for successful habit creation and how to prioritize your time to achieve maximum efficiency. Thom and I take a deep dive into what it takes to build these successful habits including strategies for achievement.

Thom shares a great quote during this interview that, "The things that we do repeatedly lead to mastery. If we are not intentional about the things that we are doing, we will find ourselves as masters of bad habits."

For more nuggets of wisdom like this and for a framework to achieving the life of your dreams, listen in to the full episode because Thom is a wealth of information.

For Thom's video on P4F click here: Get (the right) Stuff Done

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College Success Habits Explained

College Success Habits Explained

May 7, 2019

Ep #01 - Welcome to the College Success Habits Podcast with Jesse Mogle, me. Through this podcast, I will be teaching you how to get through college successfully along with my expert guests. 

I actually spent 12 years of my life attending college and no, I'm not a doctor. Instead, I am an internationally published journalist that has worked in countries like Singapore, the Bahamas, and Western Europe. I've also worked as a radio DJ, a copy editor for multiple major publications, and even the lead new anchor for a television station in Los Angeles.

After 12 years of college, I learned a few things and I have distilled down my tips, tricks, and hacks for success into this podcast. When you listen to this show, I will share how you can get through college easier and more effectively no matter what age you are. 

This show is all about success habits, productivity, and helping students become more effective. I will rant on success habits, interview educators, administrators, and top students who have the results that you want. All this and more, on the College Success Habits Show with me, Jesse Mogle.

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