I got into Allentown, PA the other day at about two in the afternoon. It wasn’t too bad of a drive from Vermont where I was from. Oh sure it took a long time, but it was pretty scenic and relaxing for the most part. I was arriving at the Allentown business school with my best friend Joe, just in time to have a good weekend to explore before classes started on Monday. I would have liked to get into Allentown a little bit earlier in the month. It would’ve been nice to have some time to explore the business MBA school before starting, and to get to know the town of Allentown, Pennsylvania little bit better. But I was traveling with Joe, and Joe always makes everything a last minute ordeal.
It was a bit of a struggle for me to get into the Allentown business school. Oh, I don’t mean an academic struggle. That particular college school wasn’t that tough, and I had good grades and good work experience. What I mean is an internal kind of the struggle. I had always wanted to make it in the world of business, but I did not think that I needed a business education to do so. My dad was a graduate of the Allentown business school, and he tried to get me to go there for years. I had resisted his every effort, however. I was more interested in direct sales experience than getting an education in business.
I’d met Allentown business school [http://www.EDUCATION-RESOURCE-ZONE.COM] graduates before, and though they seemed to have a good abstract grasp of things like economics and management, they did not seem to be the kind of practical people who really succeed in business. Honestly, I thought going to school in business was just a waste of my time.
I finally was convinced to go to Allentown business school after spending a few years doing sales. They promise you that you
can advance quickly even without a college education, but all that is a lie. I was a great salesman. I was one of the best salesman on my whole team, yet I was getting nowhere. You can only be good at sales for so long. After a while it will catch up with you and you will lose your knack for it. That is why I went to the Allentown business school finally. I knew that I needed to have the opportunity to do other things in business besides sales. The Allentown business school would give me that opportunity.