So a lot of you remember The Monastic Challenge from February. You know, that crazy month of vegan, sugar-free, caffeine-free, alcohol-free living that I put myself through with the help of my personal board of directors, The Braintrust. The month after that we came up with The Media Fast Challenge where we attempted to wean ourselves from the constant stream of information that is our lives in the digital age.
It's been a hot minute since I've gotten my blog on. I apologize. Spring quarter is a whirlwind of activity and it's hard to believe we're at the end of week eight! Since the beginning of the quarter I've had some great experiences: Duke MBA Games, Fisher Grad Games, Fisher Follies, Fisher Formal, and most recently, Utsav. The most memorable event of the past quarter though was the culmination of my career search. It goes a little something like this... Deloitte Consulting: No Gallup Consulting: No General Electric: No
Tonight marks the last day of possibly the last Spring Break of my life. As I look back on the past year I can’t believe how lucky I am and what the MBA program has done for my quality of life.
Life’s obviously a series of highs and lows, but I always try my best to maintain a positive attitude through it all. Due to a multitude of circumstances over the past week or so, I had been feeling a little downhearted to say the least.
This weekend was one of my favorite weekends of the year in Columbus, the Arnold Sports Festival. This year I went with my group from Patricia West’s Integrated Marketing Communications class to do some market research for our project. This quarter we have been working with Columbus After-School All-Stars, which is Arnold Schwarzenegger’s nationwide after school program. If you’re in the Columbus area, please look them up and think about getting involved if you can.