Screen Shot 2013-07-09 at 12.56.18 PMHave you ever thought those dangerous words, “Naw! I don’t need any help”?

I don’t know about you, but my gut reaction is to say, “No thanks!” when someone offers help, even if I really want (or need) what they’re offering.

Our culture is wierd that way; we’re taught that — in order to be truly highly advanced — we need to work alone. However, the times I’ve been the most successful in my life are the times when I’ve reached out for and/or accepted support from others.

Which brings us to the last tip in my series “how not to make stupid mistakes in college.”

To recap, Tip #1 points to the importance of knowing yourself, both your strengths and your challenges. Tip #2 reminds us to take time to think through tricky situations in advance.

And Tip #3 recommends we get humble and get help! Check out this video for more:

Speaking of getting help, do you know anyone (maybe it’s you!) who is feeling a bit nervous about the transition to college? I’ve designed a fun program to help you, or a freshman you love, practice all three of these tips before heading off to school.

College Survival 101 is a 15-day virtual scavenger hunt designed to give new freshmen tricks & tools to rock their transition into college.

Registration is totally FREE, and the first 7 people who register themselves and two friends also get a FREE 50-minute college-prep consultation with moi!! (Normally consultations are $125, so this is DEAL!).

The registration deadline is Friday, July 12 which is SOON, so act NOW! Simply click here to begin the registration process.   Or click here for more information about College Survival 101.

Please forward this email to any freshmen (or parents of freshmen) you know!