In this episode, Eric is Camille Roney, who is a certified academic life coach, whose work has appeared in the New York Journal, Quizlet, Motivate MD, and more! Camille helps students achieve high grades, while also enjoying less school and learning more.
Camille and Eric will discuss the importance of curiosity, experimentation, how different methods of learning information can be influenced by the content, the art and science of being bored and how to use our calendars to reflect the values we hold dear.
Next, Eric and Camille talk about the benefits of allowing your mind to wander, strategies for being attentive to what you are reading, questions that will prompt your curiosity, giving yourself space, and the next steps one can take when they are ready to self-advocate.
You’ll also learn what to avoid when writing a paper, burnout, trauma, self-appreciation and getting to the “why”. Also, how education costs have changed and why it’s okay to take a moment to enjoy the process.
Get in touch with Camille:
Website: Non-Trad Accelerator Instagram : @thelearningmom Additional Questions & Topics:
Camille became an academic coach because of her passion for helping others. Camille helps people discover their learning style. What is value-based time blocking? How valuable is it to learn how to be bored? How do you keep your attention while reading? Camille can help you determine whether you are on the wrong educational path, or if you need to improve your study skills. Camille helps students write. Camille works with people who are pursuing highly competitive fields. Resources & Honorable Mentions
Quote: “There’s nothing wrong with changing one’s mind.” – Camille Roney. Quote: “Wait! Our self-worth isn’t determined by how many things we do.” – Eric Book. The Body Keeps Score: Brain, Mind and Body in the Healing of Trauma. Check out the other podcasts on the ADHD ReWired Podcast Network:
adhdessentials.com by Brendan Mahan hackingyouradhd.com With Will Curb adhddiversified.ca