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Reality check needed? Please advise

 
#1 Reality check needed? Please advise
01/03/2008 23:18

Dcon

I'm 35. I am currently in the middle of a full-time MBA at Cass, loving it.

I have no bachelor degree but 10 years of work experience, broadly speaking in customer service roles and most recently a year at a small consulting firm that specialised in employee engagement and training. I left this firm to do the MBA with their blessing and an open invitation to return.

Alongside the work and in the run up to this year, I did a Open University Mgt Diploma and Professional Certificate.

I'm feeling a little knocked at the moment because while I have got over this failing in my past, it seems it has returned to haunt me!

Having seen similar threads here, I recognise there are significant obstacles for someone like me attempting to gain entry into the big firms, although I am going to try and network my way in, laterally.

...Or am I simply wasting my time?

Do I need a reality check?

Is there anyone out there who has overcome a similar weakness?

Could anyone advise as to any reputable, successful, smaller firms who might value someone like me without a degree?

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