Around the same time, Maloney took the one-year Graduate Certificate in Business Administration at the John Molson School of Business. “What that program did was break down some mental barriers and showed me that the business world is accessible to anyone and this gave me the incentive to put some energy behind my ideas,” he explains.
Journal Prep is now Maloney’s fulltime gig and serves clients in 60 countries including universities, pharmaceuticals and biotech companies. He and his team provide expert medical writing, statistical analysis, English editing, and other services to help people get their research ready for publication.
Maloney’s advice for students: “Start small but start now if you have ideas. Even if it’s just a few hours a week, being a student is the perfect time to start developing a plan because life doesn’t get any less busy after you graduate.”
Maloney’s workshop Becoming an Online Entrepreneur: A Personal Story takes place on Tuesday, October 21.