Now that finals are OVER, it's time to recap and discuss some highlights of Winter Quarter 2011.
There are two kinds of people in life . . . those who are spontaneous and those who are planners. Sure, you can argue that you're somewhere in between but, when you really think about it, I purport that you find yourself in one camp or the other. Me? I'm a planner.
Last week, I was solely focused on anything that was mid-term exam & project-oriented. My tiny brain was inundated with meeting deadlines; reading...reading and...RE-reading Harvard Business Review case studies; agonizing over how to piece together several 2-15 page, 12-pt, Times New Roman, double-spaced, 1-inch margin explanation and recommendation papers; and, the COUP DE GRACE, cooking up ways to describe amazing broad topics such as competencies and balance scorecards.
- Timeline: Thursday afternoon (what?!) I see: gloomy skies. I hear: “Los Maté” by Tego Calderón on XM radio I smell: Pineapple Cilantro…? I feel: a surprising lack of motivation. - Note: this post is a couple of weeks old and has been edited for content. - So winter quarter is finally over. In a nutshell: I really hope spring is better. I only had lecture classes (as opposed to discussions) and I really found them less interesting than I expected. Then again, maybe it was just me. -