7. Don’t Make New Friends
One of the worst decisions you can make is to spend time exclusively with friends from high school or by yourself. College is a new and exciting place where you are surrounded by unfamiliar people. You can view these people as strangers or potential friends. I promise that the latter will make you a much happier and more comfortable person.
8. Fight Your Enemies
Enemies are something you create for yourself. They do not have to exist. Creating enemies and holding grudges gives power over your life to someone else. Keep the power where it belongs. Make friends, not enemies.
9. Don’t Listen
You do not know everything. In fact, you don’t even know an iota of what’s out there. The people around you can teach you a lot about life and ultimately make you a happier person. Open your mind to what they have to say rather than letting your arrogance plug your ears.
10. Lie to People
Whether you enjoy manipulating people or simply think it's fun to lie, lying a damaging habit that can quickly become an addiction. Don't forget the old saying, The truth will set you free.
11. Don`t Ask for Help
Life is hard. After all, it kills you.
If you are someone who is reluctant to ask for help in a time of need, you need to swallow your pride. Take the attitude that we're all in this together, rather than its you against the world. Ask your friends for help or advice, or use Students QA service and they may surprise you with wisdom and generosity.
12. Don't Exercise
Exercise is crucial to maintaining physical and mental health. The Freshman 15 is not a myth, but you can avoid it by committing to some type of physical activity a few times a week.
13. Treat People Like Assets
The people around you are living, breathing human beings. When you start thinking of them in terms of how they can benefit you, you are dooming yourself to a lonely and unfulfilled life. Remember this golden rule. Use things, not people. Love people, not things.
Part 3 is my next post!