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The hallmark of successful change…

Your Academic Coach believes that your high potential can become high achievement through a program of change that’s both ambitious and realistic.  Under the leadership of educator Pablo J. Davis (Ph.D. and M.A., Johns Hopkins University; M.A:, Columbia University; B.A. cum laude, University of Maryland), who draws on his experience at the university and high-school levels, as well as in both teaching and student affairs, we offer high-potential students and their families in Memphis, the Mid-South, and beyond one-on-one guidance in creating, implementing, assessing, modifying, and completing custom-designed personal success maps. The hallmark of successful change is identifying and adopting small but strategic modifications in behavior, quickly evaluating their effectiveness, and then fine-tuning for optimal results.

We offer a range of services tailored to the individual student and family’s goals and budget, from a one-time overview diagnostic to the basic six-session program and/or the monthly maintenance plan.  Contact us if you would like to learn more about our services, your needs, and how the two can match up.

About Pablo Julián Davis

Pablo J. Davis is an attorney, historian, and translator. Many of the posts or essays here began as entries in the newspaper column “MIsterios y Enigmas de la Traducción/Mysteries & Enigmas of Translation” (published weekly in La Prensa Latina, www.laprensalatina.com, since July 2012).


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