Scrambling for Backup PlansBrandon Cornuke
When Kellogg called to congratulate me on my acceptance, I thought my path to success was set. Sure, I'd have to study and graduate, but I remembered being pretty good at the whole school thing. And of course, I'd want to find a great job. That seemed even easier. Weren't companies falling all over themselves to hire Kellogg MBAs? You bet. It was time to sit back and ride into the business-school sunset.
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