To Be or Not To be: 5 Reasons Why I think I need an MBA

In the summer of 2010, I took a visit to Columbia University during a family trip to NYC after college graduation

I loved college. I loved going to lecture and being inspired by the professors. I loved studying at the library, and I even loved taking naps at the library in between classes. I loved attending professor’s office hours to gain new knowledge and perspective. And most of all, I loved being engaged in a vibrant community of like-minded folks composed of young individuals who were hoping to do something in their own special way. I loved the idea of college so much that I aspired to be a professor. That’s what brought to me to the Philippines in the summer of 2010. The plan was that after graduation, I would go to the Philippines to take a one-month Tagalog class to “enhance” my knowledge of … [Read more...]

An Open Letter to Philippine University Deans and Leaders

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(My friend, please read through this. If you agree with its content and find it important, stop being passive - don't hesitate and SPREAD where you feel is necessary. Post it on your Facebook account, Tweet it, comment on it - agreeing or disagreeing, email it to directly to University Leaders in your network, or print it out and send it to their office, then perhaps tell them what you think about it. Let's not wait for other people to do it, nor think that "this isn't my problem," because in some way, it is  -  peter) Dear University Deans, Leaders, and Administrators, If a young, impressionable Steve Jobs or Mark Zuckerberg were studying in your institution right now, would he be … [Read more...]

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