The College Success Habits Podcast
Your emotional maturity is your responsibility now

Your emotional maturity is your responsibility now

April 5, 2020

Ep #46 - In this week's episode, we will discuss emotional maturity and how you are in charge of your emotional growth just like you are in charge of your physical and mental growth (you know, working out and studying.)

Emotional Maturity is the ability to take responsibility for your actions and to not blame others for your problems, the situations you find yourself in, and the general world around you.

Immaturity shows itself in the way people react to their: circumstances, thoughts, feelings, actions, results, situations, and things in general.

Your maturity-level will influence the movies you watch, the words you use, the lifestyle choices you make, the emotions you express (and how and when you express them,) the causes you support, and the way you manage your health, relationships, career, finances - and everything else under the sun.

Click play right now and let's start your emotional-growth journey today, together.

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Jim Kwik’s 5C’s to focus on during the coronavirus quarantine

Jim Kwik’s 5C’s to focus on during the coronavirus quarantine

March 28, 2020

Ep #45 - In this week's episode we will discuss the five-C's Jim Kwik, host of the "Kwik Brain" podcast and author of the book, "Limitless: Upgrade your brain, learn anything faster, and unlock your exceptional life," shared during a presentation he gave my professional men's group METal.

Kwik 5 C's can be utilized by you during the novel coronavirus quarantine - and really, these are great as a daily review exercise and/or anytime you are having a crisis moment and need some help focusing in on what you can do to get through and thrive past a tough time in your life.

Through my interpretation of Kwik's 5 C's and my insights on how you can translate these into your daily life, you will be ready to up level immediately after this podcast is over. So, click play and see what his 5 C's are and how they will help you thrive right now.

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Create a new routine to curb anxiety & stress, Q&A

Create a new routine to curb anxiety & stress, Q&A

March 21, 2020

Ep #44 - In this week's episode we will discuss creating a new routine during the corona-crisis and answer some listener's questions pertaining to graduations being cancelled, not having your social circle near, and how online learning isn't at all like the classroom.

This is temporary, you do not have to let your emotions run buck-wild. You can control them by focusing on what you can do now, today, to make your life better. You also don't have to let other's reactions and emotions around this pandemic become your own. You are more than allowed to respond in accordance to how you feel and what is congruent to how you decide to deal with this crisis.

Remember - thoughts cause feelings. You are in control of your thoughts and the feelings that are caused by them.

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Coronavirus: Are you prepared for a crisis?

Coronavirus: Are you prepared for a crisis?

March 12, 2020

Ep #43 - In this week's episode we discuss being prepared for emergency situations. Are your finances in order so you can afford unexpected costs? Being in college I'd say, probably not. How can you better prepare for something like Covid-19 in the future. 

It could be a natural disaster, a broken bone, or a death in the family. Anyone of these can wrench your plans and life and you have to make sure you are ready to be responsible for yourself.

Build a plan ASAP so you stay on track with your courses, track your spending, and be aware of how you are responding to the events taking place in front of you and around you and be mindful to calm your emotional triggers and not react irrationally. 

You know, like buying $117 in toilet paper.

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Social Media and your mental health

Social Media and your mental health

March 6, 2020

Ep #42 - In this week's episode we'll discuss how social media affects your mental health and what you can do to monitor and control it so you aren't at the mercy of the emotional ebbs and flows that your phone can put you through at any given moment.

College is a time to explore and learn new things about yourself, your academia, and the world as a whole. Sometimes it can be hard to balance school, work, and your social life - while also trying to take care of your physical and mental health.

Now, add your phone, and everything that it brings to your fingertips, and ask yourself how difficult will balancing all the previously mentioned things above AND the commitments you make to your favorite social media apps.

Your mental health helps determine how you handle stress, anxiety, social interactions, i.e. how you relate to others, and your decision making process. Make sure you are focused on those aspects of yourself more than you are focused on the trending hashtag of the day.

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Discover what sparks you

Discover what sparks you

February 28, 2020

Ep #41 - In this weeks episode we discuss finding what sparks you. You have so many opportunities in college to step outside your comfort zone and it's beyond integral to your overall development that you do just that - step outside your comfort zone.

I'll cover getting out of trance mode, where your spark might be hidden, how you can step into the higher version of yourself that's been inside of you all along, and what happens if you don't experiment with a multitude of diverse experiences while the opportunities are beckoning for your participation.

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Depression and suicide prevention

Depression and suicide prevention

February 16, 2020

Ep #40 - In this week's episode we discuss depression and suicide prevention. Mental health in our society is on red alert. Within our youth, it has finally taken the mic as the biggest issue being faced by a generation with all the knowledge of the world at their fingertips, but without the emotional maturity or know-how to interact within an ever-demanding society.

Depression and suicide were an issue when I was in my 20s. The fact that it is now being focused on so much is a relief. Unfortunately, our society, while wanting to be proactive about mental health, still doesn't have a full grasp of how to talk with teens and 20-somethings about the suffering and trauma they are living with every day.

I, by no stretch of the imagination, have any better grasp on how to talk about this subject - but I am willing to take the mic and talk about it today because I have lived through my own version of mental health issues. Living in the shadows with pain, trauma, and depression isn't serving you anymore than it served my generation and the generations before me. 

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How your emotions motivate you

How your emotions motivate you

February 8, 2020

Ep #39 - In this week's episode we continue the conversation around emotional self-regulation. Emotional self-regulation is a necessary skill to develop for mental and emotional consistency. In general, emotional self-regulation has been defined as choosing to act or behave in alignment with your long-term interests and primary core values.

This is so important in college (and beyond) because when your feelings and emotions spike, whether positively or negatively, you can be susceptible to the ups and downs so much so that you stop getting done what you need to and start acting in a way that can cause you negative consequences.

Imagine if you are happy you got a good grade or sad you got a bad grade. If you let your emotions control you then you could end up at the bar or hiding in the dark instead of getting on to the next assignment or going to work. Going to the bar to celebrate or to drown your sorrows is no way to go about life when there are other things to tend to.

There are three ways your feelings and emotions can motivate you and there are two ways the energy from those emotions will drive you.

Energy either drives you toward or away from what you want or don't want. Your emotions and feelings show themselves in approach, avoid, or attack motivation.

Click play and see how you can start being in control of the situation instead of having the situation control you.

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Understanding your emotions so they don’t control you

Understanding your emotions so they don’t control you

February 1, 2020

Ep #38 - In this week's episode we discuss emotional self-regulation. Feelings and emotions will ALWAYS be caused by your thoughts and when those thoughts are confused as facts instead of the opinions they actually are, that is when we can begin to spiral down the rabbit hole in our own minds. This spiraling of emotions can and usually will alter your actions and behaviors and leave you dealing with results that are unfavorable.

Using your values as the baseline of how you should act and respond to your thoughts and emotions will put you in a positive state of mind and ultimately lead you down the path that best serves your highest purpose - and will definitely help you beat the overwhelm you feel in college (and life) thus guiding you toward the success you desire.

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Successfully navigate the workload of your syllabi

Successfully navigate the workload of your syllabi

January 24, 2020

Ep #37 - In this week's episode we discuss how to build the habit of organizing your calendar so nothing in your syllabi shows up unexpected.

If you do not schedule an event, study session, date, workout, downtime - then you will be more apt to feel "not in the mood" and decide to do something less productive which you could later regret.

What we coverL

  • How are you going to make sure you hit all your marks throughout the semester?
  • Have you scheduled out your main events
  • If it is not measured it can not be managed

You must put things into your calendar/schedule to make sure they get done.

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