When I decided to enroll in the MLHR program at the Fisher College of Business, I knew that I would be required to take a "few" statistics classes. Now, don't get me wrong. I love math especially algebra and calculus. On the other hand, geometry and statistics were not my favorites. For whatever reason, my teeny tiny brain couldn't make the connection between cylinders, bell curves and probabilities.
Currently, I am on-site and on-assignment at the GE HRLP 2nd Round Interview Forum located in Crotonville, New York. The last couple of days have been non-stop. From airport to airport to informational meetings/interviews for internships has been fun, fast-paced, chaotic and a blur. At the moment, I feel like I still am trying to catch my breath all the while trying to make the most of this experience.
It's been over seven years since I've returned home from my tour of duty in Iraq. I will definitely tell you, it was a long 18-month stint in Iraq and I came away from that experience with a lot of positive memories.
When I was growing up, my favorite day of the week was Saturday. As a kid, life always made a lot of sense to me. Oddly enough, I had a fuzzy understanding that Monday through Friday was meant for school. But Saturday, now that was a different story. Saturday was MY DAY!
It's hard to believe that the month of October 2010 is more than half-way over. Eerily enough, it seems like yesterday when I started orientation at OSU. But, in all actuality, it's been well over 30+ days. Now, I am definitely "not" going to be cliche' and blurb, "oh time sure does fly when you are having fun!" because that would just be completely inaccurate - and that's just not me. In the wise words of fellow MLHR'er, Shawn Henderson, the more appropriate - and timeless - quip would be: Get Ready to Live, People.