We started to talk recently about how the changing world may be changing priorities among business school students and all that is admittedly speculative, and also, such changes take awhile to be perceived in actual data.
In the category of not sure I want to focus on this because there’s nothing I can do about it and it might only stress me out we thought we’d float some possibilities around economic changes peeking over the horizon and how that might impact you as someone who wants to get an MBA in the next few years.
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Always remember that you are the one in the driver’s seat. This is your life, and your future. Don’t turn over responsibility to anyone else. Don’t expect someone to save you. It’s your job to do that. Take ownership of the decisions you make, and reality-test the plans that you’ve formed.
(“Dang. EssaySnark. What a downer you are sometimes.” Yeah, sorry, we just get thinking about where stuff is headed, and then out comes a whopper of a blahg post to talk through it with you.)
UPDATE: In the short term at least, research from Stanford and other top bschools shows that there are signs that the venture capital investment ecosystem is doing fine!!