Today we’d like to introduce you to Yaschica Agoro.
Now, in as much detail as you’re willing to share, why don’t you tell us about what you do?
CEO of Entrepreneur Milestones Consultants and Selma Innovation Technology Training Institute, LLC (SITTI). The organization specializes in guiding others into starting their own lucrative healthcare training business, customized course development services (CDCS, set-up remote recruiting agency (RRA), and healthcare business consultant (HBC). “Starting Your Own Healthcare Training Business” is a program to be completed within 6-12 months or within 90 days at an accelerated pace. It provides in-depth, step-by-step guidance on tapping into the lucrative education and healthcare industry as a training facility. The program includes six courses, weekly live calls, webinars, workbooks, and seminars. CDCS covers start-up, course development, marketing ads, live sessions. In addition, RRA helps one creates a remote recruiting agency within 30 days. SITTI is globally bridging the shortage in healthcare by offering accelerated, approved, and affiliate healthcare courses. SITTI’s courses are nationally certified; therefore, graduates can become healthcare certified on a national level.
Looking back, what success advice would you give to your younger self?
Honestly, I would tell my younger self to make amendable objectives and goals, so I could adapt without significant setbacks when life throws a curveball. However, it is essential to adapt to change; one of my considerable setbacks was the injury in the line of duty. Yet, I could recover enough to function and push for greatness; the best part of my younger self was my motivation and determination to succeed. ” Failure has never been optional for me!” Twenty years ago, I focused on setting goals and accomplishing them; I did not get to really enjoy my youth years. I was a workaholic, and then I learned how to work smart, not hard. It changed my path completely.
Do you have any final thoughts you would like to share with our audience?
First, learn to work smart, not hard; it is okay to change career paths if you are not happy. Your happiness defines your success. Second, never let others measure your success or determine what you need to do to be a success. I am not saying, “do not listen to advice, yet, set your editable objectives with measurable goals.” The reason for editable objectives is because when life tosses a curveball, you can amend the objectives accordingly. Finally, do what you love and determine your own roads to travel. In summary, my most significant accomplishments of life are not college degrees, yet the ability to do what I love, to walk away from the corporate world, and create my own vision of success and flexibility freedom.
Finally, how can people connect with you and learn more about what you do?
People may reach me at any of the following: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/emilestonesconsultant Instagram: @yaschicaagoro Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.yaschicaagoro.com or www.sittinow.com