I have a rather unique viewpoint on how I run ISS. I consider students’ enrollment a sort of contract between them and me: They agree to study hard and learn the material; I agree to be an active participant in their learning experience and to do all I can to promote their success. This is a partnership between the student and me. I vow to take a personal interest in every student and to do my best to make their ISS experience positive and successful. That means that I won’t just take students’ money and provide them training. I will do all I can to help graduates find clients and make money at this new profession they’ve chosen.
This may sound like a hollow commitment, but if you read the reviews on the ISS business page at https://www.facebook.com/internetscopingschool/, you’ll see what the actual students and grads say. They are the “horse’s mouth,” so to speak, about the ISS training and have no reason to post anything but the truth. I am also happy to say that after a student graduates, I see them on line and hear from them that they are out there, getting clients, and loving their career choice.
This is so rewarding to me! When I started ISS, I thought I had the knowledge and experience to train other people in a profession that has been very good to me. But, as they say, “the proof is in the pudding.” It wasn’t until ISS started producing successful scopists with a great reputation in the industry that I knew that I had achieved my dream. And the best part is that I am making a positive difference in people’s lives! I feel truly blessed that I am able to help folks make a better lives for themselves and their families. I can’t think of anything better than that!