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What does a DIY project have to do with executive function coaching?

A topic I often focus on with students is project management, or how to break down a project into smaller, manageable pieces and set a corresponding timeline. Creating bite-sized tasks can make anything seem more approachable, and a good ole DIY project is no different. I’ve known I wanted to repaint this desk for myContinue reading “What does a DIY project have to do with executive function coaching?”

Learn more and stand out when you can’t connect with colleges in person

In a recent webinar with admission representatives from across the country, I heard from directors and deans of admission from a variety of colleges and universities who shared that they will not be making their usual fall school visits in light of COVID-19.  While this is, of course, both unsurprising and disappointing for rising seniorsContinue reading “Learn more and stand out when you can’t connect with colleges in person”

Executive Function and Your Brain’s CEO: What is EF and how can coaching help?

A lot of the work I do focuses, of course, on executive function.  But what happens when someone doesn’t know what this term means?  At best, our work becomes less effective, but at worst, it can mean we might not get the help we need.  Let’s take some time to discuss this term and thinkContinue reading “Executive Function and Your Brain’s CEO: What is EF and how can coaching help?”

College Visits from Your Couch: Which type of visit is best for you?

What a time to be college searching!  Perhaps you had your college visits lined up for April vacation, only to have to put the kibosh on them due to COVID-19 lockdowns.  Perhaps you’re still thinking about possible schools to add to your college list for this fall.  Or, maybe you’re a rising junior who’s tryingContinue reading “College Visits from Your Couch: Which type of visit is best for you?”


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