Every week, we open emails from parents and students who are thrilled with their outcomes from coaching. Last month on our blog, we shared one mom's heartfelt thanks to her son's coach, Samantha (Sam) Raimondi. Sam coached Mark (not his actual name) via Skype for a few weeks during his fall semester of his sophomore year in college. By the time Mark began online coaching, he was in deep academic trouble and doubted he could salvage the semester. With Sam's twice weekly Skype coaching sessions and daily check-ins to help keep Mark on track, he quickly learned how to use tools to organize and prioritize his work. Karen, Mark's mom, wrote to us, "Our son regained some equilibrium, hope and confidence in his abilities to get his work done, and has learned the value of using your team of supporters rather than trying to go it alone." Parents often feel helpless to assist their college-aged children when they are hundreds - or thousands of miles away. Thankfully, online coaching can often be a good solution when students need help managing distractions and structuring their time to be productive.