After a few days in Buenos Aires and in Chascomus (my birthplace in Argentina) I went to Punta for a week but, 24/7 I am thinking about what will happen after January 16th. Read more
The last blog I submitted was MBAs and relocation and today’s topic revisits it a bit: MBAs and the infamous job search. Read more
Since the first day of orientation classes in September, all the men in my class have been buzzing about the upcoming month of Movember. Read more
The last two weeks have been a real job-search marathon. A marathon that took place at IMD with the annual career fair and on-campus interviews. Companies set up stands to meet students and discuss potential opportunities. If there is fit, then they interview in the afternoon. Other companies had already been on-campus for presentations and only scheduled their first or second round interviews during the fair.
Needless to say that it was quite stressful for everyone, depending on the news received after the interviews, good or bad. Like training for a marathon, the job search requires mental strength, determination, dedication and focus. Read more
Since I arrived in Oxford on Monday, I can’t stop smiling. My heart is feeling all a-flutter. Frank Sinatra’s version of the song It’s Almost Like Being In Love keeps playing over and over in my head. Read more
There’s a subject that I haven’t talked about in quite a while. Grades! Read more
As things continue to progress with my in-company project, I’m finalising the plans for my Giving Back Project (GBP) from mid-July to mid-August working for SOL (School of Life) Foundation in Roatan, Honduras. Read more
I am taking a course called Realsing Entrepreneurial Potential, which is about buying a company.
Today, my spring break officially finishes. I attempted to simply relax and recharge the batteries. I never even planned on going anywhere. Read more
I’ve been immersed for the past three days in “M&A days” an intensive seminar offered by Vlerick for the MBA and Masters students. Read more