Takeaways from teaching for the first time

It was the 30th of June when I was informed that I would be a part-time lecturer under the Department of Marketing & Law in my alma mater. Despite the earlier struggles of balancing my Saturday morning classes with my full-time work, I could say that teaching last semester was such a rewarding experience for plenty of reasons.

Four and more

First, it allowed me to share real world experiences to college students in their penultimate year. As Juniors under the School of Management, they’re nearing the point where they think of their careers in the future. While there are those who are certain to pursue specific fields, there are some who are banking on their experiences in school to determine what to do as they go down from the hill. As someone who has always advocated for people to pursue Marketing, it was a great opportunity to share certain realities about the industry. Safe to say, I was able to persuade some of them to consider the field as something viable and exciting.

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7 Things to Keep in Mind for Your Marketing Defense

Finance, Operations and Marketing are considered as the “JGSOM Triumvirate”. These three courses, I believe, are the three most important pillars in any business regardless of size. Of the three, despite to be noted as one of the easiest ones, Marketing is in fact, rather complicated.┬áThe course presents a challenge because assessing strategies proposed by students may have a more subjective dimension than a 50-50 balance along with objectiveness.

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7 Things to Keep in Mind for Your Marketing Defense