"You are young and life is long and there is time to kill today
And then one day you find ten years have got behind you?"
Almost an year has passed in my premier B school. One could view our prestigious institution as a factory that produces leaders, managers, entrepreneurs and the likes.
What exactly transpired during this past year?
What really changed and what didn't?
1. Retained a standard sleep-food-cycle time-table
2. Wasn't very successful regarding the fitness regimen I had planned
The journey (especially the last one year) of my adult life has been a roller-coaster ride so far. This picture still speaks more than 100 words.
Yes, I'm the blue-collar-workman who would be working as a Director now. My 'interview' was published last year:
I'd be going to Chennai, its been 2 generations since my grandfather lived in Madras. He used to plan small comedy roles and has acted in more than 300 movies mostly black and white. The tiny house where my grandparents used to be known as "Guggu Mahal". Although they were rich, they were known for their accommodative mindset. Grandpa was a principled man and here is an opinion from a peer:
When I was a workman, I wanted to better myself by doing Bachelors in Engineering,
when I was doing an Engineering related job, I wanted to better myself by doing an MBA at a premier B-School
That is also Surak's wisdom:
"There is no other wisdom and no other hope for us but that we grow wise."
The word BULLISH implies the constant urge to move forward with heavy commitment (force). I had to get up every Sun at 0330hrs get ready and ride for 15km in different weather conditions to catch a train and reach Bombay for my MBA entrance exam preparation classes. It would get over and I'd reach home at 2330hrs. Losing every Sunday for months at a stretch is difficult indeed, it takes away a part of your domestic life. But a man ought to do what he has to do!