Is Your Online Business Education Like Your College Degree
DEGREES HANDED OUT LIKE CANDY
When I was a kid, I use to love going to the parades. As the floats went by, the riders on the float would throw candy out by the handful. Those were the days my friend, I thought they’d never end….
(Sorry to break out into song!)
Skip a few years and now we are in College. I knew what I wanted to do and guided my education to attain the degree specifically around my career. However, this was not the case for so many people. Too many people go to College, get their degree then decide what they want to do. This is why I say: Degrees are being handed out like candy.
IS YOUR ONLINE BUSINESS EDUCATION YOUR GRADUATE DEGREE
Most people are real specific with their College education by the time they are going after advanced degrees. When you apply for admission to a Graduate School, you have to be able to show you know where you are going and have a track record to demonstrate your ability to handle the course work.
You need to look at your online business education the same way. When you are first starting, you are working toward an undergraduate degree. This is where you will take classes in a variety of subjects until you find the area you want to specialize in. When you are ready to go after that Advanced Degree (example: Article or Blog Marketing ), then you can specialize in that course material.
THIS WRITTEN BY ANYONE ELSE…
My husband had one course to finish his undergraduate degree. To make it simpler, he took the course at a Community College and transferred the credits. While he was taking the class, he had to turn in a paper. He received a B+ with this written on the last page: “This written by anyone else in this class would have been an A. However, I know you are quite capable of more effort so you were only given a B+”
That was a Wake Up experience for him to get to work and take life more seriously. After 4 1/2 years at an Ivy League School, he took this course at a Community College and till today, he says it was the best class he took and one of only 3 classes in 5 years that he uses today.