Focusing on the Fundamentals

MBA applicants must consider a key question: Do you want the MBA degree as a stamp of validation? Or, do you want your knowledge base to fundamentally change?

I'm not one who "drinks the Kool-Aid." I'm far too blunt for that. And my inability to be a cheerleader—as an entrepreneur, I prefer to get things done than to talk, talk, talk about them—might not bode well for future political ambitions. But I have to present that disclaimer to contextualize what I'm about to say about Carnegie Mellon's Tepper School of Business:

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