I’m back. THE YACHT WEEK is over. It was my first encounter with the GSB community and it’s been quite an exciting one. First of all – a group of amazing individuals, with a variety of exciting backgrounds. Second of all, I was quite amazed about how well we all got along – and I tell you it is not that easy, especially if you put total strangers for a week in a waaaaaay toooo small boat and a skipper that is paranoid with safety:) Still we had a blast – though my liver might have a different opinion here:)
Anyways TYW made me realize that the start of my GSB adventure is around the corner. What it means is that in just few days I will leave all the familiar and well known behind. I’m excited and anxious at the same time.
… of exploring something new. I’ve never been to California, never seen the campus nor even studied abroad. So it will be my own small discovery of the US.
… of getting to know better all GSBiers from TYW + more. I don’t think there was a single person that didn’t make me say ‘WOW’ at one point of their life story…and I’ve heard maybe 5% of them all.
… of all the learning opps out there at GSB and Stanford. Hearing from the Stanford undergrads how many things are happening on campus, I’ve decided to put a recurring order for red bull to be delivered to my dorm:)
… of being able to keep up
… of being able to fit in.
… of being able to make the best out of those 2 years.
I think the above 3 are pretty self explanatory…and generic in a sense, that one can attribute them to all SIGNIFICANT CHANGES.
But you know what – this anxiety gives me even more reasons why I should go and make the best out of the next 2 years at Stanford. That’s what I’ve been after for the last 1,5 years…and now it’s here. SO BRING IT ON!:)