About one month has flown by since I finished orientation at UCLA Anderson, and it's been an incredibly busy yet productive month. I have been surprised by how little tedious work there has been and how much valuable information and how many useful experiences I have already been lucky to have.
I've been meaning to post about each of the lessons below as the month went by (as I learned them), but I just couldn't find the time. Perhaps I will expound on them in future dedicated blog posts.
Some of the lessons below are a lot more technical and narrow than others; some are directly from a specific class and others more from a general business-school team learning experience. The order of the lessons listed below is somewhat random but generally goes from technical/specific to non-technical/general/life lessons. Most of the lessons involve my areas of interest (finance, technology, and entrepreneurship) and highlight new perspectives I've gained through my first month at Anderson. Part of my purpose in writing these down here is to track my progress (and not forget), and the other part is obviously to share it with anyone else interested.
Entertainment and Business Law
Communications, Networking, and Time Management
Wow, that was a long post, so congratulations if you made it to the end.