distractions. - hi, i'm john shallenberger. - [nicole] next was driving impaired. - alrighty, what we're going to do, like i said, you're going to put these on, and these only affect your vision. you'll still have good judgment and you'll still have good reaction time. go ahead put your foot on the break. - i guess so. - alright, same course that you already went through once, so see how you-- - start? - yup. the goggles that she was driving was .12 to .15, which is one of the most common levels of blood alcohol level we see in impaired driving. we took her around the course. as you can see when she did it, she ran over a cone. - oh my god. - you took out a family. (laughs) that was a whole family right there. she ran stop signs. - did i? - you actually stopped past it. - the second experience, i was impaired while driving, so i was wearing the drunk goggles. i definitely did a lot worse with that. i definitely hit a lot of cones, i blew a stop sign, and i think if i had done both, if i was impaired and distracted at the same time, i couldn't even imagine doing something like that.
. - hi. thanks for inviting me. - you like to quote a saying by ucla coach, john wooden that, "failure to prepare is preparing to fail." - well, i think when you look at successful people, the first thing that i would try to figure out is how did they prepare in order to become successful. so really most of the work is really in the preparation. - speaking of preparation, at what age should kids start preparing for college? mae brown. she said, "start preparing for college in 6th grade." now, where she's really coming from is to build strong study habits, build good reading habits, is really shaping your skills in ways that is going to be easier for you in high school. so it's not necessarily preparing you for college per se, but it's really building a stronger foundation. - that's pretty young. besides building that foundation, ? - when i, when i coach my own students, i emphasize quite a bit on shaping their skills, their mindset. and teaching them about some tricks of the trade on how to become successful academically and non-academically in high school. to me, in middle school whet
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