Where to begin…I guess I’ll start with the next purpose for this blog. Originally, it was just to document my MBA journey. But the more I think about it, the MBA is also a life journey. It is preparing me for all my future endeavors.
First endeavor, I will be hiking the Camino de Santiago after my MBA. I’ll start a new section on the blog. I am also going to write more about the day-to-day experience of my MBA, recruiting, and my thoughts as I continue this journey. Highlights below.
Oh, I also interned in Japan this year. I’ll try to sum up that experience. Life-changing.
I don’t really know where to start since this internship started at the end of May. I will create a section for the internship and throw out a summary of my travels, learnings, and the experience as an MBA in this amazing country.
So being someone who works in the Bay Area, for tech firms, and wants to start his own firm someday, my recruiting is a little different. However, I have gone through a lot of the traditional recruiting motions. I also have a unique view based on my industry. I’ll share some posts on that as well.
Camino de Santiago
This has been on my mind for a few years now. Yes, I was inspired by the movie “The Way” I think the movie did a lot to give focus on this journey and motivate people to take a deep look inside. This is about a journey of self-discovery, spirituality, and just getting out there and sharing a deeply personal experience with people from all over the world.
The first step is to commit to the journey. I will be walking about a week after my MBA graduation and should finish in about 30 days. This may have a bit of impact on my MBA recruiting. However, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Not sure when I’ll get time to do this until I am old and decrepit.