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Do you ever wonder why some people are known as “straight A students”

while others who are smart, struggle in school?


Do you know someone who didn’t finish high school, and found great success in their career?


People learn in different ways.  There is not one learning style that is better than another however it is important to determine what is your style.  Much of our students success revolves around the fact that we recognize there are basically three predominant learning styles:


  1. Audio Learners - ( those who need to hear it )

  2. Visual Learners - ( those who need to see it )

  3. Touch / Experience Learners - ( those who need to do it )


Many of us learn best by using a combination of all three learning methods.  So we have made it our commitment to ensure all three of these methods are incorporated as part of our training process, allowing you the best opportunity to learn in a method that fits your learning style.


What’s your learning style?


Question:  You need to paint a room so how much paint and what supplies do you need?


Audio Learner might:  Call a painter, a friend or even a paint store. 

Ask for instructions before starting the project.  They might even attend a course

on painting at the paint


Visual Learner might:  Look online for answers, read several websites.  Go to a bookstore and find books or magazines about home improvement and painting.  Go to the paint store and read the back of the paint cans.  Watch a course at the paint store.


Touch / Experience Learner might:  Go buy a can of paint, a brush and start painting.  If there’s not enough paint or you have the wrong bust, you just buy more.  Eventually you learn how much paint and what supplies are needed to get the job done.


Part of the student’s success revolves around

our commitment to ensure all 3 learning styles

are incorporated throughout the training programs.



Question:  You need to get certified in First Aid so you can become leader of a Scout            

Troop.  You haven’t studied First Aid since you were in high school.  So you decide to    

take a course at the local YMCA.


Audio Learner might:  You find yourself at the front of the class with a pen and paper in hand, writing notes about everything the teacher says.  You might be nervous about actually doing mouth-to-mouth on the dummy but you have excellent note taking skills.


Visual Learner might:  You get a book about First Aid from the library and do some online research before ever attending the class and immediately start reading the classroom handouts before the instructor even starts the class.


Touch / Experience Learner might:  You walk in, see the dummies, bandages, splints, and other equipment and can’t wait to try it all - the lecture might be dull and boring to you but the hands on experience is exciting.

More Education Guidance

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So, what’s the difference between a small-business owner

and an entrepreneur?


“An entrepreneur is a creator and an innovator.  A small-business owner may or may not be.”

Robert Bitto


“A small-business owner pulls up his shutters at 9 a.m. and calls it a day at 6 p.m. 

An entrepreneur is always open for business!”

Imumba Nyaywa


“Small-business owners eat crab legs.  Entrepreneur eats ramen noodles.”

Brian Schwartz


“I am a small-business owner, not an entrepreneur.  I want to be my own boss, do something I enjoy, make a good living and enjoy my life.  I do not want to take bigs risks in the hopes of making millions

or the headlines.”

Barbara Brandt


“A small-business owner has already determined his potential: small.

An entrepreneur has already determined the world is his oyster.”

Leslie Fishlock


“As an entrepreneur, I feel that we bite off hugh tasks - and then figure out how to chew it.”

Rhea Lana Riner


Entrepreneur Magazine, Aug. 2010