Key Info for this Podcast:
- Goal check-in
- 13 Things I’ve Learned About College Students with Mental Health Issues…. and Myself
- Hard skills
- Difficulty of attracting listeners and promoting participation
- My own (physical) recovery
- How to use a network
- Freedom to do your own thing… when it’s yours
- Skin in the Game
- Writer’s bloc
- Most downloaded episodes not what I expected
- Giving students a voice is the best feeling
- Pattern recognition
- The importance of learning things for myself, despite what others tell me
- If you ask, people tend to want to help
- Brand building
Thanks everyone for listening over the years! I will continue to record episodes, but no longer at regular, consistent intervals. Hope you consider remaining subscribed.
Important links for today’s Episode:
College Peer Mentorship (a new blog I’m starting with Brittany) – not up quite yet, look for it soon
If you are a recent college grad or faculty member that’s in recovery for mental health issues, I’d love to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the wellness strategies you used! I’m particularly interested in interviewing student entrepreneurs and those involved in mental health advocacy. There are a variety of ways to reach out.
Email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Looking for help on how to become a better online student in college? Try my course, Ace Your Online Class, available on Udemy. It’s got lots of tips and strategies on how to not only survive learning online in today’s college environment, but thrive! Totally free.
Thanks to Rob Cavallo for today’s intro music. For more information about him or the music you heard today, you can email: email@example.com