The early bird gets the worm, am I right?
And those that fail to prepare are preparing to fail, ya?
Who hasn’t heard that before?
And, let’s be honest, we all know that preparing early is the way to go. Like, in the following situations:
- When a blizzard is on the way.
- When your parents are coming to visit
and your house hasn’t been cleaned since the last time they popped in.
- When it’s almost Valentine’s Day.
- When your city is getting the Winter Olympics
- When you’re applying to top business schools.
So, yeah, preparing early is key. And while, deep down, we all know that, I know I’m not the only one who’s found myself eating dry cereal out of a cup for three days in a row when I neglected to pick up milk despite countless warnings of the impending Snowpocolypse, and I can’t open the door to go outside. [Or, you know, something like that...]
Sad as it is, THESE are the moments we at Admissionado HQ want to hear about (and, you know, avoid in the future.) Why? No, not so we can get all finger waggy and show you the error of your ways. After all, those who eat dry cereal out of mugs shan’t throw stones. Or something.
It’s so we can break you of your procrastinating habits… with a reward!
Yup, in an effort to get you on the RIGHT path to an MBA, we’re giving away free access to our March MBA Application Basic Training Bootcamp.
All you have to do is tell us about your BIGGEST failure that resulted from not preparing properly, and you’ll be entered to win a spot in our upcoming bootcamp. To enter, click here and fill out the form.
Easy peasy, right?
The contest deadline is March 15, 2014, and we’ll be notifying the winners on March 18th, 2014. If you win, you’ll get to join Dominic and 7 other MBA early birds for an intensive 3-day workshop that’ll prepare you [early!] for what’s coming in the MBA application process.
So what are you waiting for? Seriously, have you learned NOTHING from the story you’re about to share? If you procrastinate entering a contest that rewards preparing early, we’ve got bigger issues than we thought.
So… get to it. And good luck!