Luis Limon graduated college in 1990, followed by Law School in 1993. He is currently working towards a Master’s Degree in Educational Therapy to be received in 2023. Luis began teaching reading and study skills to children and adolescents in 1996. He additionally has 13 years of experience working in various fields of arts education related to the entertainment industry. In 2017, Luis joined the team at Executive Functions Coach as a test prep coach, college admissions coach, and executive functions coach. During the pandemic in 2019, EFC’s client base expanded and he began working with adults of all ages as well as school-age students. With a multitude of clients, Luis has extensive experience working both in-person and via video conference.

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What Are Executive Functions In The Brain

Executive Functions In The Brain: What Are They? Executive functions in the brain are the group of skills that allow us to perform everyday tasks in life. They are responsible for how we stay organized, solve problems, regulate our emotions, and much more. Now you may be wondering, “Where are executive functions in the brain?” These cognitive controllers…

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What Are Signs of Poor Executive Functioning?

What Are Signs Of Poor Executive Functioning? There can be many clinical symptoms for poor executive functioning. However, out of all the years of working with people that have executive functioning deficits, it comes down to a common feeling: frustration. Sure common signs might include lack of focus, problems with transition from one task to another, or impulse control, but…

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How To Self Prepare For SAT

How To Self Prepare For SAT Wondering how to self prepare for SAT is a common question that comes up. It boils down to college application requirements and scholarships. Over the past year, we have seen more and more colleges becoming test-optional and reasons for SAT tutoring are dwindling. If we are to prepare for SAT to get more…

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How To Stop Procrastinating

How To Stop Procrastinating Everyone has at some point of their life asked, “how to stop procrastinating?” Sometimes we are on top of it and then out of nowhere we lose motivation. There might even be some signs of avoidance behavior. We will do anything to avoid what we have to get done. Call it dread or avoidance…

How To Stay Motivated

How To Stay Motivated To “Blank” Learning how to stay motivated and start any project is typically the biggest challenge for a lot of people. We will talk about staying motivated or increasing motivation in future blogs, but starting is always hard. Starting may be hard because we of an inherent fear when it comes to starting…

How to Write a College Essay

College Counseling Tutorial: How To Write College Essays The age old question of how to write college essays is a tough one. When we think about college essays, we tend to associate it with boring questions like “Recount a time when you faced a challenge, setback, or failure. How did it affect you, and what did you…

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What Makes A Good Tutoring Program

What Makes A Good Tutoring Program? Whether you are a parent preparing a tutoring program for your child, a new tutor learning the trade, or considering one of our programs, we hope this helps. Running a great program doesn’t require a teaching degree or any subject tutoring certifications. Providing a good program especially in this age of virtual learning requires intuition,…