You’ll Be OK

Lessons from the GSB are like your Mom’s advice: it’s hard to argue with them, but it’s even harder to follow them consistently. Surprisingly, some of them are even the same ones I’ve heard from my Mom. The only difference being, now I had to pay big bucks for them:) On a more serious note […]


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do what you love.

To be happy I think you have to be doing something you not only enjoy, but admire. You have to be able to say, at the end, wow, that’s pretty cool. Paul Graham You know how sometimes you think to yourself ‘…wait a minute, how did I end up here?’. Well that’s exactly what I’m going to […]

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8 weeks to go…

I was at a dinner party tonight and one of my classmates asked: what’s the one thing we’d have changed about our GSB experience and what we’re looking forward to in our last quarter.   I couldn’t help but wonder (;D) how these questions must have come up every year around that time… I’d bet […]

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Today I had the privilege, thanks to one of my classmates, to have a dinner with an extraordinary individual. Business savvy, but more importantly ‘life-smart’. A GSB alumn that had a very successful career and is now retired. He spent 30 years at one company (sth a bit ‘cosmic’ when you look at it from today’s […]

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It’s been a month since the last post and there are a few topics I would love to share. First off: 1st year academics at the GSB Below is my subjective list of the ‘top 5 classes’ that I’ve taken this year.  Of course this is not a representative list and to be honest, in […]

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