Get Up! College
How to Successfully Navigate Your Freshman Year . . . and Beyond
About the Book
Only 57 percent of incoming college freshmen will graduate over the next six years. Your freshman year is critical!
Learn time-tested strategies to help ensure that you won’t become the next dropout statistic.
Discover how to:
Strengthen your resilience to anxiety, depression, and stress by cultivating an impenetrable thought-life.
Become a better time and money manager—”handle your business” easier.
Implement the goal-setting strategies of top academic, entrepreneurial, and professional performers.
Quickly realize your true purpose for college (and life)—graduate faster!
Easily connect with peers to form friendships that will last a lifetime.
Identify mentors who will help foster your inner genius.
And much more!
About the Author
Dr. Miller was flunking out of high school until the principles found in this book entered his life. Peer and teacher mentoring, renewed cognitive resilience, and the explosive power of goals changed everything!
Dr. Christopher R. Miller completed a bachelor’s degree in religious studies from Southern College in 1994 before earning a master’s degree in marriage and family therapy with Family Life Education certification from Loma Linda University in Southern California. Having completed a doctorate in religious studies in 2010, he is currently working toward a doctorate in clinical psychology (final year) from California Southern University (Irvine), with emphasis in cognitive transformational processes.
He is a registered addictions specialist (RAS) and master-level drug, alcohol, and addictions counselor (CDAAC M) with specialized training in educational therapy.
He maintains a thriving public speaking, counseling, and coaching practice in Southern California and is the founder of Empower Communications Network (ECN).