This podcast is for YOU. We'll cover everything from high stakes exams, and high school success to the early years of college and everything in between to help you help your teen graduate debt free.
2 College Applications: Personal Essay Content
An interview with Ethan Sawyer, The College Essay Guy, on how to find our teen's personal essay topic.
3 The PSAT-Don't Leave Money on the Table
4 Home School vs School at Home. Choose Wisely!
5 College Admissions & Activities in the age of COVID
6 Stop putting it on your transcript! A message to Homeschool parents
7 What makes a good personal essay, with Ethan Sawyer
8 Parent Role Model Lifestyle Mastery an Interview with Dr .Ali Lankerani
9 FAFSA 3 Big Mistakes and Why Everyone Should File
10 Test Optional: Should My Teen Bother with the ACT or SAT?
11 Screen Time Battles and Internet Safety with Lisa Honold & Brandi Taylor
In this episode Director for the Center for Online Safety, Lisa Honold, and Personal Security Expert, Brandi Taylor, join me in a panel discussion on how to keep our children and teens safe in the online world. You'll be surprised to learn what parents can do to not only protect our children but also help them learn how to take responsibility for their own safety.
12 Parent and Teen Boundaries What It Means for Your Relationship. Interview with Christine Grauer
Your relationship with your teen is evolving during these last few years of them being at home. It's typical to have strife in the teen parent relationship. Some of that is needed so that your child starts a life of their own and doesn't live with you forever. But how do we ensure the relationship is a positive one for both of us? My interview with Christine Grauer will open your eyes to challenges and strategies that will blow you away!
13 The College Degree Dilemma-An Interview with Dr Moses McCutcheon
50% of high school seniors have no clue what they want to do after high school. 47% think they do. But 85% of college students change their major at least once! This causes a loss of credit hours and usually an extension of their time in college, costing more in tuition and fees. And since 80% of working adults are unhappy in their jobs, it's probably safe to say they never figured out what their best career in life really is. Join me as I interview Dr. Moses McCutcheon as he tells us about a system that hones in on that best life career for your child. Believe it or not, the earlier you start the better! Why? Because then you can help your teen craft their high school years with more focus and passion. This is what colleges and scholarship boards are looking for! Register for his workshop here: https://www.getaheadoftheclass.com/college-degree-dilemma-workshop-registration
14 Scholarship Q&A
15 You Won't See the Signs-Teen Suicide
"It's like playing Russian Roulette with your child's life." Jackie Simmons is intimately acquainted with the topic of teen suicide. She is co-chairman of the Teen Suicide Prevention Society and a mom who knows the feeling of asking, 'What did I do wrong? How could I have missed this?'
We occasionally see in the news about the child that brings a weapon to school or injures others. But no one is talking about the child that harms himself. This is where the epidemic lies. The numbers are staggering. This is where you can prevent your child from becoming a teen suicide statistic. Your child IS at risk. But there's an easy way to prevent it.
Listen as Jackie explains why we've missed the mark when it comes to teen suicide prevention and the 4 easy steps you can take to prevent it in your own home.
16 Divorced Dads Co Parenting Courts and Dating with Kids
Divorce for dads comes with unique challenges. Whether in the thick of it, recently divorced, or years passed, Jude Sandvall, The Divorced Dadvocate assists dads in creating a clear vision and path for life after divorce.
Jude holds regular workshops for dads as well as coaching and advice on his podcast and youtube channel.
Jude is a divorced, single father of 3 children. His divorce and the subsequent years are a case study in facing and overcoming the most difficult challenges in learning to thrive after divorce including the court process, parenting skills, co-parenting, dating with kids, and more!
As an Integrative Wellness & Life Transformation Coach and Integrative NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) Practitioner, he uses cutting-edge approaches to coaching dads. Jude assists dads in creating a crystal clear vision for their life after divorce, uncover hidden challenges, and leaves dads renewed, re-energized, and inspired.
Where to find Jude: Website: http://www.thedivorceddadvocate.com/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCbyvUNEv039idaisdgSf8A Podcast: http://www.thedivorceddadvocate.com/webpodcast.html
17 Post Covid College Success Formula for First Year College Students
Stress. Anxiety. Overwhelm. More than ever before, our college kids faced new challenges that previous college students couldn't imagine. Now that we are emerging from the Covid lockdowns how can we help our kids be successful in their high school and college education pursuit? This is my second interview with Dale Troy, College Success Coach. Get Dale's Free Download!-- Six Secrets For A Successful First Year:
18 Gain College Admissions Based on Your Values
There’s more to gaining college admissions today than GPA and test scores and it begins long before your child begins filling out college applications. Most parents, teens, and high school counselors are believing outdated notions of what colleges are looking for. In today’s interview with Steve Gardner, Harvard grad and high-performance athlete trainer, we’ll colleges are REALLY looking for and how your teen can begin now.
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Your Debt Free Degree Show host, Denise Thomas, is an International best-selling author, TEDxTenayoPaseo speaker, and coach to parents of college-bound teens. Denise Thomas inspires, educates, and equips parents to take an active role in supporting their children to live a life of financial freedom. Her mission is to ‘flip’ the student debt statistic in the U.S. Denise is a 20-year homeschool veteran having homeschooled her two children from Pre-k through high school. Using her proprietary repeatable strategy both attended their first-choice college on 17 scholarships exceeding $199,000, walking out of college with cash in hand. Denise says you can keep your money. Send your kids to college on other people's cash! “College doesn't have to be a DEBT sentence.”
Talia Dashow has been using creativity to heal, learn, grow, and connect all of her life - it's how she's wired. Listen, to find out how creativity and play can dispel the inner gremlins, the negative self-talk we all have.
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