Winning an Olympic medal is a significant achievement for an athlete and reflects the exceptional levels of dedication, hard work and perseverance it takes to achieve greatness. Any Olympic medal winner will tell you that the achievement does not occur in a vacuum. Rather, each medal winner has the unwavering support of his or her coaches, practice partners, family, friends and fans to help push them toward success.
The same is true of those seeking to generate their own personal career success by taking medical office assistant training
. Just like the Olympic athletes, medical office assistant trainees also rely heavily on the support and encouragement of their instructors, classmates, family and friends to achieve their certification. It takes long hours of hard work, diligence and dedication to remake one’s self in a new career mold. And just the same, one can achieve a lofty goal once their mind is set to the task. If you have been holding off on starting a new career as a medical office assistant because you’re not sure you can do it alone, realize that with the support of those who care about you, it is totally within your reach.
To be inspired, think about those American athletes who have earned medals in these current Olympic Games in Rio. As of the writing of this post, the number of US medals sits at twelve and counting. There is still most of the games in front of us. Yet, American competitors in swimming, shooting, archery and fencing have earned medals to date, and the US currently leads in the overall medal count. Americans are very goal oriented and achieve greatness regularly. Add your name to the list of those who worked hard and achieved their dreams. Go for the career gold with the Allen School’s medical office assistant training program!