Timeline: Sunday evening.
I see: the news.
I hear: you guessed it… the news.
I smell: um… the news?
I feel: Easterly
My typical weekday has considerably changed since I began my MBA. Here’s what it looks like now:
06:00 Wake up, hit snooze button, wake up again, read HBR, work out, shower, dress, feed.
07:30 Turn on CNN, turn on laptop, open Outlook, reply to emails, make some phone calls, search for internship, catch up on news.
10:30 Strategy class with professor Dial, take quick notes, review case, open prep notes, raise hand if applicable.
12:18 Drive home, turn on E!, feed, check voice mail, return calls.
13:30 Strategic Corporate Restructuring with professor James, keep track of the story being told, take notes, speak only when spoken to.
15:30 Mergers and Acquisitions with professor Anand, open cookies, get notebook ready, don’t fall behind, eat cookies, raise hand, try to win argument, fail miserably.
17:18 Check voice mail, reply to priority emails on phone, set up reminders, go home since soccer season hasn’t started.
17:30 Turn on laptop, open Outlook, reply to emails, organize readings, read.
19:30 Feed, resume reading.
21:00 Check email, complain of what I didn’t have time to read, pack for next day, do some housekeeping.
22:00 Watch local news and weather forecast, check DVR, watch a recorded show, check phone.
23:00 Check next day’s schedule, complain of what I forgot to do, read GQ, set alarm, rest.
“…and we have some rain showers heading your way…” – Weather man