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Willing to Learn and Change?

Posted Tuesday, Apr 27, 2010 by admin

bigstockphoto_pensive_1134178.jpgHave you ever wondered why people who make the same mistakes over and over continue to make the same mistakes over and over?  The reason is we’re all creatures of habit. This is why it’s so important to develop positive thinking habits that can lead to positive results.

It takes a while, but things start happening once we realize we’re largely responsible for where we are at this very moment in life. To move forward, you have to be willing to learn and change. If you’re not where you want to be, the same thinking that got you there may not be enough to propel you forward.

Who Do You Listen To?

Everyone has a source for information. It doesn’t matter their station in life or the profession they occupy. Who you listen to and what they have to say is extremely important. Form the habit of checking in with people who can help you get from point A to point B.

Each year, Everest graduates thousands of students, people just like you, in programs such as massage therapy, business, criminal justice, medical assisting and more (programs vary by campus). The time these students spent with Everest asking questions and listening may very well have been the starting point for successfully finding an entry-level position in their industry of choice.

Of course, gainful employment can often be the result of one’s own experience, work ethic, local market conditions and personal professionalism.

People with experience and industry-specific knowledge have a lot to share, and the will to share is what each Everest instructor brings to class each day. When you combine their commitment to teach and your ability to learn in a hands-on environment, a lot of positive things can end up being the result.

Contact an Everest representative today and learn everything you can about the Everest experience and what it can mean for your future career possibilities. Who knows, a positive change may occur.

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