Week #11 is here!
- One notecard/index card/Post-It note, isolate the 3-5 things you absolutely must get done.
- Know specifically what you mean when you write it down.
Topic of the day from r/college
The Reddit Thread: https://www.reddit.com/r/college/comments/4c9vzf/political_correctness_is_dominating_college/
The Infographic – http://i.imgur.com/yQstVLs.jpg
Why Language Matters – http://news.rutgers.edu/feature/why-language-matters-campaign-raises-awareness-rutgers/20141015#.VvleABIrK7p
Emory Trump story, with Snopes supporting my emerging thoughts about this – http://www.snopes.com/emory-students-trump-graffiti/
Yale 1st Amendment story http://www.foxnews.com/us/2015/12/16/yale-fail-ivy-leaguers-caught-on-video-clamoring-to-kill-first-amendment.html
Join me as I welcome Dr. Colby Jubenville to the show to discuss:
- His background and what made him want to come on the show
- Thoughts about coaching students to fulfill their potential and discover the unique value they bring, and how is this different from teaching and mentoring
- The value of mentorship brings to the college students that he mentors
- Why college students should not wait to begin thinking and developing their entrepreneurial spirit
- How the Center for Student Success and Coaching helps college students
- Dr. Jubenville’s advice on setting goals that matter and then following through on achieving them
Links we discussed/referenced:
Meg Jay TED Talk https://www.ted.com/talks/meg_jay_why_30_is_not_the_new_20
Chip Dodd http://chipdodd.com/
The Peter Principle https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_principle
Dr. Jubenville’s Website http://drjubenville.com/
Talk to somebody about, or ask someone for advice about your goal. The person you ask should know more about your goal topic than you do. Take a risk, ask someone you’re slightly intimidated by, you’d be surprised who might respond with some great words of wisdom (Passion).
Previous Week’s Home Exercises
Week 1: Set a goal and think about it considering my 5 Factors (Passion, Value, Leverage, Accountability, Sustainability), and areas where you may need to pay special attention to (Passion).
Week 2: Think about what you need for your happiness and well-being. Consider what happiness achieving your goal will bring you. Write down your goal, and why you want it (Accountability).
Week 3: Pick one thing Zack and I talked about in the interview that will help you in reaching your goal, block out space in your calendar this week to do that one thing, and do it (Sustainability).
Week 4: Examine lack of progress more closely if needed, look at your life’s defaults through an honest lens (Value).
Week 5: Try out one of the note-taking suggestions/tips talked about in the episode in one of your classes over the next week (Accountability).
Week 6: Complete a study plan for the one midterm that is currently stressing you the most. If your goal does not relate to school, take a step back, see how you’re progressing, and re-evaluate your To-Do list (Accountability).
Week 7: Consider your “brand.” Think about how your brand could impact you as a potential employee down the road. If you are not in a position to start branding yourself now, at least write down your personal brand idea and file it somewhere you won’t forget it (Passion).
Week 8: If you’re struggling to achieve your goal, confirm you are truly in the preparation/action stage when it comes to the goal you set in the beginning of the semester (Sustainability).
Week 9: Think back to a time in your life when you persevered and succeeded. It could be a memory from a long time ago, or a recent event, but think about your own personal qualities and what you showed to yourself and others when making that achievement. Write about it if you can. What can you use from that experience to propel you closer to your current goal (Leverage)?
Week 10: Now that you are 2/3 through the semester, stand up and take a 30,000 foot view of your goal, the progress you’ve made so far, how much you have left to go, and if you need to make any changes in the direction you’re headed (Accountability).
If you have mental health issues and a success story to tell (current college student or former), I’d like to interview you about your goal achievement quest, the struggles/adversity you faced, as well the recovery strategies you learned, let me know!
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