It’s been exactly one week since we finished our last final, and I couldn’t be more excited. I’d be lying if I said the adjustment back to school wasn’t challenging. However, it’s been incredible. With one term in the books, here are my five lessons learned: Read ahead of time: One of the main things that worked for me, particularly with our corporate finance class, was reading before class. In most cases, this would be part of our preparation for class, but in this class it wasn’t required. I tried reading after and then reading before class and I...
During the course of the semester, we’ve been exposed to amazing professors and distinguished speakers that have made our experience more enriching.
The last 14 months of my Executive MBA have been a rollercoaster and deciding to complete an MBA is not something anyone should take lightly. So, I wanted to share with others the top five things I wish I knew before I started:
Recently, I had the pleasure of attending the Executive Women of Goizueta annual conference focused on advancing women in leadership.
Going back to college and adapting to student life after 10 years is a big challenge at first, but over time it gradually becomes a normal part of your life. Here are the top things that I have learned on my journey over the last 14 months:
It’s been exactly one month since we started Term 1, and what a whirlwind it has been!
I used to think of networking as stressful and laborious. The vision conjured in my mind was of awkward encounters with strangers, inauthentic conversations, jockeying over others to get a handshake, and of “selling” yourself.
Congratulations! You’ve been accepted and like most of us you’re thinking “now what?” Fret not, this feeling is mutual. As I prepare myself, the feedback from alumni plus many conversations with my family and friends have made me feel a little more prepared for the challenge of working, studying and maintaining somewhat of a life. But while I’m not truly sure what I’m getting myself into, these are the things that I plan on doing for the next couple of months until I start school and once I’m in my first term. Enjoy the free time: that blissful time...