Educational Counseling Business Strategy


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Educational Counseling Business Strategy
Project 1
NAME AND LOCATION: Standard Education Counseling, Inc., a Web-based business with no physical address.
SELF-ANALYSIS: I enjoy a number of disparate activities that, when combined, sparked the idea of being an educational counselor.
Firstly, I enjoy the act of counseling. I have a great deal of empathy for people, I am a good listener, and I am deeply gratified when some piece of advice that I give results in material benefits in someone’s life. I feel highly fulfilled on such occasions. Moreover, given my life experience, I know that I have the right skills-in person, on the telephone, and even via email and IM-to connect with people in a meaningful way. I put people at ease, they trust...
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.....arketing message that, while working with me is not a full-cycle solution (in other words, I cannot take from you from your very earliest inquiries about some aspect of education to the final dot on your application packet), I can function as a pinch-hitter and coach who addresses the areas that the other, more established service providers do not cover. I can motivate, explain, train, and encourage as needed, when needed, for any academic program.
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