I am thrilled that I recently got interviewed by the podcast UnStuckable!
UnStuckable is on a mission to find and learn the habits to get unstuck and become UnStuckable.
I caught their eye because they heard that MY mission is to help teenagers get “unstuck” in middle school and high school by empowering them with the tools to make academic and personal success easier and less stressful.
As an Academic Life Coach for teens, I strive to help my students become aware of their limiting beliefs, how they get in their own ways, and how they can bust through those limiting beliefs in order to move forward toward the lives that they want.
However, from time to time, even my own Inner Critic starts creeping into my head. It starts filling my mind with self-doubt. It says things like, “Am I really making an impact on teens?” “Do I really make a difference in other people’s lives?”
Last month, I came across this article written by Chris Fletcher, an editor for the Daily Herald in Columbia, Tennessee. I have never met or heard of this man and he’s never heard of me.
However, reading his article “Every Teen Needs an Academic Coach” reinforced why I love what I do. My passion for helping young adults is stronger than ever and his words helped kick my Inner Critic to the curb! I hope that you enjoy his article as much as I did. Thank you!
In my continued effort this summer to give parents tips on restoring balance in their Wheel of Life, I am thrilled to share this awesome post below from my friend, Jamee Tenzer, PCC BCC. She is a Life and Executive Coach specializing in working mothers. Also, check out the FREE download below of one of Jamee’s programs! This post helps parents reflect on how balanced the “friends” wedge is on their Wheel of Life. Continue reading →
In last week’s post, I introduced the Wheel of Life for you to check in about the balance in your life. Like I always say, “Our thoughts have a huge impact on our actions.” This week, check out what my friend, Justin Krane has to say about how our thoughts about money affect our actions toward it.
It’s summer! Woohoo! Congratulations on finishing another year. Both parents and teens should take time to celebrate together. However, in order to avoid “brain drain,” summer is the perfect time for teens to reflect on the past year, identify their goals, nurture their passions and have fun learning something new in order to set themselves up for success next year!