This week, walk with us through the college experience. If you’re in school now or planning to start soon, you’ll find the content immensely practical. If you’re out of school (finger pointing at self), you’ll gain some valuable wisdom in reflecting on how those years shaped who you are today.
This week’s panel wonders if everything we learned, we learned in college. That season of life sure seemed landmark when it happened. Some of us are still in it. What really matters when it comes to surviving and thriving in a university experience? What has our panel learned about faith, relationships, time management, career prep and more from our time in the hallowed halls of academia? Well, we’ll tell you.
Guests: Alex Chediak,
I liked Alex Chediak’s Thriving At College so much, I endorsed it. Like, a real-life, in-the-book, ink-on-paper endorsement. I described it as “a cheat sheet, a strategy session and a pep talk rolled into one.” Alex, a college professor who’s seen the good, bad and ugly on college campuses, joins me for an inside look at what you need to know to rock out your school experience and not lose your sanity.
Guests: Twyla Lee,
She’s pursuing a graduate degree and finds herself absorbing a secular worldview. The more she stays in class and listens to her teachers and classmates, the more her dreams of being a wife and mother seem silly. Twyla Lee from the Focus Leadership Institute is a professor, social worker, wife and mother, and has some wonderful advice for this young woman on fighting for your worldview when it seems you’re fighting alone.