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Free MBA Admission Tests on Military Leadership Day

Military Leadership Day Military MBA Shows Ongoing Commitment With Free MBA Admission Tests Last week, Military MBA declared a national day of observance called military leadership day. Although past and present officers and servicemembers are deserving of our national recognition and support, this day is not about simply thanking veterans for their service. Getting days […]

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Using Counter Intuition

Is there ever a time to go against better judgment? The answer, I have discovered, is yes there are times when it is acceptable to go against what seems to be better judgment. Recently, I have put a lot on my plate. I am building one business, maintaining another and planning a startup. This is […]

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MBA Becoming Opportunity for Entrepreneurs

More Entrepreneurs Are Obtaining MBA Degrees MBAs Used To Start or Grow A Business Entrepreneurship Demand to obtain MBA degrees for the purpose of initiating entrepreneurial careers is at an all-time high. Key Takeaways on the Opportunity: Article – According to the Graduate Management Admissions Council, who own and operate the GMAT, one quarter of […]

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One Improvement Colleges Need That Adds Immediate Value To Education

Higher Education That Works Why do we restructure learning when we know simple, proven methods return value to students? Last Friday, I attended a Senior Project Expo for my son who will graduate in mid-June as a Mechanical Engineer from Cal Poly in San Luis Obispo, CA. My son has worked on a designing and […]

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Will 10% Increase in Military Budget Mean More Education Spending?

Trickle Down Economics of Education According to Reuters, the White House has put in place a “historic increase in defense spending to rebuild the depleted military resources of the United States.”┬áSpecifically, the President’s budget recommends, “increasing defense spending by $54 billion or 10 percent.” “The defense boost would be balanced by slashing the same amount […]

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#1 Habit to Learn in BSchool

Why getting into the habit of challenging what you learn make so much sense. I am excited about today’s post. It covers a beneficial habit that will allow you to apply more knowledge when it comes to learning. Even better, it will give you a decisive edge on performance while you’re in school and later […]

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The Only Road To Live In Times Like These

There is much uncertainty, controversy and a lot of noise surrounding the election and its outcome. However, just as with the outcome of the election and many of the sporting events that happened this weekend and recently which have made history, certainty of outcomes are impossible to predict. I believe we all have personal, and/or […]

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Connect Events, Tell Stories, Get Jobs

Last time out, I wrote about how the definition of success and productivity are changing in business settings because of our hyperlinked world. I also mentioned the importance of teaching in the form of ‘narratives’ when evaluating academics at a school. Namely, how MBA students benefit from professors who can take research and explain it […]

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The World Favors Those Who Learn

Last week, I wrote about advancing in a world of uncertainty. While the world is no less certain this week, I have been thinking a lot more about education. Education is usually top of mind for me, but recently has become a recurring topic at work and home. Here are some takeaways I wanted to […]

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How to Advance When The World’s in Flux

I am writing this post in the afternoon prior to the first Presidential debate. This is an exciting and less obvious time in everyone’s life . It’s 44 days until the Presidential Election in the United States. Never in America’s history has there been a more disjointed, if not dysfunctional, election. Unrelated to this, during […]

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