I just finished reading Gbenga Sesan’s Humour of Preparation and Opportunities and one discussion I had with a friend (and business partner) came to mind. This my friend, though work with a blue chip company in Nigeria, seeks to have a personal turnover of 200 million naira. Do I hear you say WOW? That definitely was my first reaction until
Just to wish everyone a very great 2006. A lot of plans have been made in the last few days. This is the time to work out those plans. All the best as you go ahead on this journey. HAPPY NEW YEAR once again…
Based on my GMAT experience, here are some tips: Preparation time: This varies from person to person. If you can spend lot of time on preparation then 2 months should be sufficient. Else if you don’t leave your office till late in the evening like I do, 3-4 months should suffice. It is a good idea to start earlier and
I finally submitted my application to University of Virginia for the Darden MBA program class of 2008 in October 2005. It was indeed a relief for me considering the fact that I had to quickly do my GMAT (oops… I had a mere 650 score. Not bad for my application afterall. I will be sharing my experience soon) and that
I cannot believe the number of changes that are going on currently in the competition for internet publishers and for companies advertising on the internet. I spent a bit of time last week updating my site with Google sitemaps. Google is now allowing you to submit your site and you can get statistics on your sites – all for free!