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By Sevonte Miller
This podcast is to help and motivate students to get through college. When I was an undergraduate there were a lot of things that I struggled with personally, outwardly and inwardly. Through this podcast my goal is to
let students know that they can make it through college no matter what circumstances or situations that may come up in their lives.
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Depression isn't Permanent
In this episode, I talk about depression, how we all experience it, and how to break out of it! 
March 31, 2020
Don't dwell on your Inconsistency!
In this episode I talk about inconsistency and how sometimes it causes us to lose our drive to work towards our goals, but remember, we all are human!
March 28, 2020
New book release and inspiration behind it!
In this episode I talk about my new book release and what inspired me to write it! The book is available on Amazon and Barnes and Noble website. The book is titled, "Metamorphosis: Overcoming Adversity and Unleashing the Best Version of You."
March 27, 2020
Metamorphosis: New Book Release March 23, 2020 !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents I talk about my new book that will be released on March 23, 2020 !
March 6, 2020
Don’t compare yourself to other people !
In this episode of #Dearcollegestudents, I talk about how it is not wise to compare yourself to others!
February 21, 2020
Xzaiver Griffin & Karl Reserve: Tunnel Vision
In this episode of, #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Xzaiver and Karl about their college experiences, networking, and how they thought of the concept and created 3 Kings Brunch & Day Party.  
February 8, 2020
Beware of Negative Thoughts!
On this episode I talk about the power of our thoughts and how they can either push us forward or pull us back.
February 1, 2020
Just be Happy!
Don't compare yourself with others as long as you are happy with what you are doing that is all that matters!
January 26, 2020
Just Ask For Help!
Put your pride aside and just ask for help!
January 15, 2020
Round-Table Talk(Part 3): As A Man Thinketh Part. 2
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I along with Stanley, Obed, Mario, Parrish, Stanley, Terrance, Ken You, and Travon will continue to talk about the book, 'As A Man Thinketh' by James Allen.
December 14, 2019
Round-Table Talk(Part. 2): As A Man Thinketh Part. 1
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I along with Stanley, Ken You, Mario, Parrish, and Travon will be talking about the book, 'As A Man Thinketh’ by James Allen.
December 14, 2019
Round-Table Talk: Life after Undergrad.
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Ken You, Stanley, and Parrish about life after undergrad. 
December 13, 2019
Parrish Dove: Fear, Thoughts, and Energy
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents I will be talking to Parrish Dove. He is a creative entrepreneur hailing from Jacksonville, FL. He is a graphic designer, illustrator, tailor,  and critical thinking enthusiast.  He believes that "We must Create Magic from the Mundane". Currently, he lives in Los Angeles, CA pursuing his career in marketing and costume design.
December 13, 2019
Donzell Lampkins, LICSW: Mental Health Matters!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Donzell Lampkins. Donzell is a Licensed Independent Clinical Social Worker currently serving as a director of a university counseling center at a liberal arts university. His professional and personal goal is to help individuals identify and overcome barriers that are prohibiting them from reaching their full potential. He achieves this through utilizing a culturally-humble, strength-base, client-centered approach to empowering and centering his clients and members of the community to process and resolve difficult emotions and situations in their life.
November 23, 2019
Billyne Francois: Put Your Thoughts Into Action!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Billyne Francois. She is from Winter Haven, Florida. She’s a recent graduate from Florida Atlantic University and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Communication Studies. She began her academic career at Miami Dade College and earned her Associate’s degree in Mass Communications and Journalism. At Miami Dade College she was challenged and pushed to grow not only as an individual but as a woman. At Miami Dade College she cofounded, “Influential Ambitious Motivated Women,” which is an organization designed to motivate women of color who struggles in college. Billyne now serves as the founder of, “The Everythinger” which is an online publication made for black women. It is a place where black women can take a break and focus on their relationship with themselves.
November 22, 2019
Odlenika Joseph: Be Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Odlenika Joseph. She is a Haitian immigrant and she currently resides in Lake Worth, Florida. She is involved on the FAU campus as the President of the “Oh So Pretty” Pi Eta Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority, Incorporated. Professionally, she is a Shift Lead for Instacart at Publix. You may have seen her recently on stage as the Lady in Purple in the play “For Colored Girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf.” She will be graduating this fall with her Bachelors in Theatre Performance.
November 15, 2019
Briana Parnell: Overcome Fear and Pursue Your Dreams!
On this episode of, #DearCollegeStudents I will be talking to Briana Parnell. Briana is a recent Alumna from Florida Atlantic University with a degree in International Business. She recently discovered her passion in the fashion industry but particularly in creating unique outfits from thrifted clothes. While she works full time in a marketing position, she dedicated her free time towards her two businesses, B’s unique boutique and Fresh Remedy which is all-natural and organic skin care products. She aspires to encourage others to chase their dreams regardless of whatever obstacles they may encounter.
November 9, 2019
Andrew Duperval: It's All About Your Mindset!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Andrew Duperval. Andrew graduated with his Bachelors in Corporate Finance and Accounting. Andrew is one of the top upcoming business and brand consultants helping entrepreneurs monetize their passion, start their business, and manifest their five year vision. He is the CEO of Young Hustlers Under 40, an upcoming entrepreneur development network, and the COO of Chouval Brothers LLC., a demolition company. Andrew has helped write over 10 business plans, consulted over 30 businesses and entrepreneurs (barbershops, salons, restaurants, consultants, etc.) and spoken to over 150 students, over 100 adults, and over 100 entrepreneurs at various workshops, conferences, and events around the east coast.
October 25, 2019
Jazmine Lora: Just Ask For Help!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Jazmine Lora. Jazmine just graduated with her Bachelors in Criminal Justice and is an assistant manager at massage envy. She is also a Lead mentor with scholar career coaching. In this episode Jazmine will be talking about some of the adversities that she had to overcome, what it was like being a first generation college student, and why she chose to pursue a degree in criminal justice.
October 24, 2019
Caitlin Sierra: Life is a Journey, Enjoy the Ride!
On this episode of, #DearCollegeStudents I will be talking to Caitlin Sierra. Caitlin graduated with a degree in Social Work from Georgia Fox University. She is now a musician who speaks and performs at assemblies across the United States for K-12 students. Caitlin’s life philosophy is simple, “to leave people better than she found them by enriching the lives of those she meets.”
October 20, 2019
Don't Be Afraid To Fail!
On this episode of, #DearCollegeStudents, I want you all to know that you should never let temporary failure define who you are as a person!
October 15, 2019
Joselie Joseph: Be Happy with Enhancing Your Craft!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Joselie Joseph. She is currently majoring in Health Administration and minoring in Sociology. She is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi Co-Ed Business Fraternity, Incorporated. and G.L.A.M. Outside of her academic career she is very involved in makeup and believes that it’s a true form of art that lets you tap into your creative mind. Joselie will not only be talking about how she started getting involved in makeup but also why she believes that patience, persistence and never giving up is the key to accomplishing your goals.
October 12, 2019
Vickson Carvil: It's Easier To Be Who You Are!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Vickson Carvil. Vickson was born and raised in Dade County by Haitian parents. He is also the youngest of four children. He attended Florida Atlantic University in 2012 where he has been involved in several organizations on campus. He is a member of Alpha Kappa Psi Co-Ed Professional Business Fraternity, Incorporated and an Ice Cold brother of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated. He obtained his Bachelors in Management Information Systems and enrolled into an accelerated one year program to earn his Masters in IT Management with a focus in Information Security. He is currently working in his field in cyber-security as an IT Security Analyst in Delray Beach, FL. Fun facts about Vickson is that he constantly in the gym, he loves sight-seeing and hanging out with his peers. He also stepped in high school and college and he loves babies especially his youngest nephew Jason. The quote that he lives by is, “You treat people the way you want to be treated.”
October 12, 2019
Keith Powell: Smile in the face of Adversity !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Keith Powell. Keith was born and grew up in Orlando, FL most of his life. He is a first generation college student and was raised by his mother and big sister who are the two most important people in his life, as well as his baby sister. He is a junior at Florida Atlantic University majoring in Political Science and minoring in Criminal Justice. He plans on infiltrating the government and fighting for equality for African Americans and minorities as a whole. He is a brother of Progressive Black Men Inc. and the current President of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
October 4, 2019
Marvel Joseph: Put Your Knowledge To Use !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking to Marvel Joseph. Marvel is a student at Florida Atlantic University majoring in Economics. Prior to transferring to FAU, Marvel was a student leader at Florida State University, serving as Director of the FSU Black Male Initiative which is a program created by the Office of the Vice President of Student Affairs to increase retention and graduation rates of black males on campus. During the 2018 Florida Legislative Session, Marvel was the legislative assistant to State Representative, Al Jacquet. Marvel served as a Diamond Summer Intern, working directly in the AIPAC Headquarters in Washington D.C. working within the political department. During this time, he tracked races within key congressional districts while also helping research legislation strengthening the US-Israel relationship. At FAU, Marvel has helped re-establish OwlPAC, a pro-Israel organization focused on educating student-leaders on the importance of the US-Israel relationship. He currently is working on a project in an effort to expand study abroad programs for HBCU students in the Middle East, in an effort to connect the black diaspora from across the world.
October 4, 2019
Edward Bennett IV: Take Heed to Your Calling !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Edward Bennett IV, MSW is a native of Parrish, FL and alumnus of Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University and Florida State University where he earned a Bachelors of Social Work and Masters of Social Work, respectively. Ed is currently pursuing a Ph.D. of Social Work at Florida State University where he has identified research interests as the psychosocial barriers impeding parental involvement in high poverty and low achieving schools. Previously, he served as Faculty in the Department of Social Work at Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University (FAMU). While at FAMU, he taught in the undergraduate Social Work program, provided academic advising and mentorship, and oversaw interns in the school setting. Before entering Higher Education, Ed held employment as a School Social Worker, Inpatient Psychiatric Social Worker, and the Director of Kappa League and Guide Right programs in Sarasota- Bradenton. Upon completion of the Ph.D., Ed desires to serve as a Research Professor and consultant to ameliorate the phenomena of poor parental involvement in K-12 schools.
September 28, 2019
Tia Byrd: Love, Faith, and Dedication
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Tia Byrd. Tia is a Liberian-American originally from Jacksonville, Florida. She is a junior majoring in Biological Sciences and has aspirations of attending medical school in the future. Love, faith and dedication are the main foundations of her life. Tia balances a heavy course load while also maintaining an active student life on campus. Currently, she is a member of One Mic Poetry Organization, American Medical Women’s Association and she also serves as an Executive Board member of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People and the National Council of Negro Women, Inc. at Florida Atlantic University.
September 27, 2019
John Mitchell: Just Keep Going !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with John Mitchell. John got into sports at a very young age and played soccer, football, baseball, basketball, and lacrosse. He got an athletic scholarship to play football at Florida Atlantic University in 2015. He graduated high school in 2016. He had to have back surgery because of herniated discs in 2017. He is currently playing in his third season and in his fourth year at Florida Atlantic University, majoring in biology and pre-medicine.
September 25, 2019
Miles Brinkley: Make Mistakes, Embrace Them, and Keep Moving Forward!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Miles Brinkley. Miles is a graduate of Stanford University, class of 2018, and currently serves as a technical consultant and account executive for a private cyber defense firm in San Francisco. Miles graduated Stanford with a double major in Political Science and Africana Studies, and plans to enroll in Law School in the fall of 2021 to pursue a JD focusing on corporate and entertainment law.
September 23, 2019
Chasity Spann: Focus on You First!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Chasity Spann from Miami, Florida. She is a graduate of Florida Atlantic University and has earned a degree in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in Sociology. Chasity is currently pursuing her Master’s Degree in Public Health and Social Work while working for the Florida Department of Health. Although it all looks easy, the process definitely was not. Chasity will not only discuss her hardships while pursuing her studies, but also what keeps her motivated and her future plans, stay tuned!
September 21, 2019
Travon McCullough: Live in Creativity !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Travon McCullough who also goes by the name, Trigga Tray. Travon is a percussionist and the creator of the #drumcypher. He also is a recent graduate of Florida Atlantic University Information Technology and Management master’s program. Travon was involved in many organizations on campus and is a member of Progressive Black Men, Alpha Kappa Psi and Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.
September 20, 2019
Jessie Houston Jr.: Rolling through the Punches !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Jessie Houston Jr. Jessie is a recent graduate of Florida Atlantic University and earned his degree in Business Administration and currently works in Human Resources. Jessie is the podcast host of “SpeakUp Podcast.” He also is the CEO and founder of, “SpeakUp Network.” Jessie will not only talk about how he started his podcast but also the mountains that he had to climb for his podcast to become successful.
September 14, 2019
Jermane Rose: Focus on the Power Within!
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents I will be talking with Jermane Rose. He is from Miramar, Fl. He is currently enrolled at Florida Atlantic University and is a 20 year old sophomore majoring in communication studies. His aspirations are to either become a publicist or a news anchor. He enjoys fitness wholeheartedly and plans on attaining his personal training certification before the year 2020. Many people would describe Jermane as an easy going individual with a good head on his shoulders. Jermane is an only child who was very involved in sports. Stemming from a Jamaican household he had to learn how to take responsibility at an early age and quickly carried those morals and values into adulthood. He is currently a multicultural program coordinator at FAU and an active member of the Undisputed Upsilon Theta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Incorporated.
September 14, 2019
Gerald Jean-Baptiste: Don't Compete, Create.
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be talking with Gerald Jean-Baptiste. Gerald is a senior attending Florida Atlantic University and majoring in Sociology with a minor in Studio art. Gerald is a self-taught graphic designer. Some of the things that Gerald does is brand logos, apparel designs, cartoon avis, logo revamps, cover art and a lot more. Gerald was also the one that designed my cover art. Gerald will not only talk about how he started to get into graphic design but also what constantly motivates him to keep going.
September 12, 2019
Shemar Bazile: Don't Conform, Be Different !
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be chatting with Shemar Bazile. Shemar is a junior attending Florida Atlantic University and majoring in Sociology. He is tremendously involved on campus. Some of the organizations that Shemar is involved in is the Black Student Union, National Council of Negro Women, FAU Esports team and Prestige Modeling Troupe. In his down time he plays video games and has recently started his own live stream gaming channel called, “Ugly Gaming.” Shemar will not only talk about how he became so involved on campus but also what inspired him to start his own gaming channel and some of the obstacles that he had to overcome in order to make it successful.
September 6, 2019
Aric Popun: In Every Dark Cloud There's A Silver Lining
In this episode of #DearCollegeStudents, I will be chatting with Aric Popun, a 23 year old graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy and a minor in cognitive science. He talks not only about how he likes to do film photography, likes to travel, and enjoys learning and expanding his knowledge about different cultures. He also talks about the obstacles that he faced which were dropping out of college and having to enroll back in college, all while having to deal with the pressure and shame of his family life back home. Despite all of this, Aric has truly realized that, ‘In Every Dark Cloud There’s A Silver Lining.’
September 4, 2019
The Lion's Mentality
This episode talks about the mentality that we need to have every single day in order to become successful and dominate our goals. 
July 22, 2019
Don't be Famous, be Effective
In this episode I talk about what it means to be famous versus being effective. Often at times we focus so much on being famous that we forget that all the materialistic things come and go but what is most important is how we can make an impact on someone's life and help them achieve success and reach their full potential. 
July 10, 2019
The Importance of a Mentor
In this episode I talk about the importance of having a mentor in your life and to let you know that it’s okay to have more than one mentor. 
July 10, 2019
Stop Wasting Time
In this episode I talk about transitioning from procrastination to perfecting your craft and focusing on the goals that you want to accomplish.
June 3, 2019
Elevate Your Leadership Game
In this episode I talk about what it means to elevate your leadership game and to stop playing checkers and start playing chess, and no I’m not talking about the physical game but the mental game, shifting from being reactive and to start being proactive.
June 3, 2019
Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset
In this episode I talk about what is known as a, "Fixed Mindset vs. Growth Mindset." Often we believe that we cannot achieve what we want to achieve in life because we put limits on ourselves. The purpose of this episode is to change your thinking and to help you move from a, "Fixed Mindset," and move into a, "Growth Mindset."
June 3, 2019
Consistency is Key
In this episode I talk about what it means to stay consistent with whatever goals that you are trying to accomplish and I also give my personal tips on how I continue to stay consistent on a daily basis. 
May 22, 2019
The Transition from High School to College
In this episode I talk about the transition from high school to college, my biggest fears when entering college, and how to take advantage of your full college experience. 
May 22, 2019
30 Day Challenge: Change your Mind, Change your Situation
In this episode I talk about what is called the: 30 day challenge. The purpose of the 30 day challenge is to help you accomplish the goal that you have set for yourself and to remind you that you have no limits and you can always change your circumstances and situations if you first change your mentality.
May 15, 2019
What’s Balance without Time Management
I actually received a special request to talk about how I balanced my social life and my academic life. The trick is that you can’t have a balance between the two without Time Management. In this episode I talk about how I balanced between the two and also some Time Management techniques that I use personally.
May 8, 2019
Focus on your Passion
In this episode I talk about what it really means to focus on your passion. Focus on what really matters most to you in your life despite what others may think of you.
May 3, 2019
Combat Post Graduate Depression
Post Graduate Depression is a topic that is rarely talked about but it does exist among college graduates. In this episode I talk more about Post Graduate Depression, what it is, who it affects, and ways to combat it.
April 29, 2019
Erase the word, “Impossible.”
In this episode I simply talk about erasing the word, “Impossible” from your vocabulary and instead of thinking about the word, “Impossible” think about these two words, “I’m Possible.”
April 26, 2019
A Special Message to all the Graduates
This episode is geared towards not only the college graduates but the high school graduates as well giving you all words of encouragement to continue to push yourselves.
April 26, 2019
Have Faith- My Personal Story
This episode is intended to let you all know to continue to have faith no matter what circumstances that you are in.
April 24, 2019
Mindshift - A Change in Perception
We often limit ourselves or sell ourselves short because of our limited thinking. In this episode I will talk about what it means by the term, “Mindshift,” and how we can change our thinking in order to live up to our full potential.
April 22, 2019
This episode is to tell you all what this podcast is all about and also a little bit about myself.
April 17, 2019