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Thursday’s Carrot: Not Being Afraid To Ask For Help

posted by Hollie on March 25, 2010 | print article | e-mail to a friend
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  • http://www.meta-vie.blogspot.com Michelle Garrison Hough

    Sarah,

    Congrats on moving! I assume that you mean your new office. YES, I can relate to this lesson! I have only recently started asking people for help and it is making a big difference. Since I am writing about a psychological issue, I knew I needed a clinical psychologist to guide me and review my work. I was afraid to ask, but when I finally got up the courage to approach someone I found out my topic is her major research interest and she is helping me tremendously! Also, the number of people who have come forward to be interviewed simply because I asked others to put the word out is making the project possible. If I never asked for help, this project could not happen.
    I would have been afraid to ask for help a few years ago, but not now.

  • http://www.marilynbohn.com Marilyn

    I am headed to Washington D.C. to help my daughter organize her new apartment. She asked for my help to organize which I am thrilled to do. I am happy she asked and I am proud of you for asking–or at least being willing to ask. I bet you’de go to the aid of your friends just like they will be happy to come to their aid when they need it. This life is a two way street!

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