Seeking Entrepreneurial focused MBA


shriner

Hello, everybody - I'm looking for suggestions on programs that would help a would-be entrepreneur like me. See, twice now I've lost entire investments on tech firms that I thought for sure would be successes. Now I'm beginning to think that my instincts, especially regarding risk-taking, need to be honed.

Would the entrepreneurial programs at, say Harvard or Stanford, help me? Does anybody have any experience with either of these, or others I should be aware of?

Hello, everybody - I'm looking for suggestions on programs that would help a would-be entrepreneur like me. See, twice now I've lost entire investments on tech firms that I thought for sure would be successes. Now I'm beginning to think that my instincts, especially regarding risk-taking, need to be honed.

Would the entrepreneurial programs at, say Harvard or Stanford, help me? Does anybody have any experience with either of these, or others I should be aware of?
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shriner

Anybody? What about Kellogg?

Anybody? What about Kellogg?
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saint

Hello and sorry to hear about your bad luck. I do not think a certain school will change in the Entrepreneurial aspect making you make better or worse decisions. This sounds more like, you and your judgement of others or how you are perceiving iinformation in a way that it is not helping you. I think you need to sit down with a professional career counselor and discuss exactly your needs from a career point or view and a personal point of view and look at solutions and options that will gear you in the right direction. Start by reading about Joharis window and then take action to get good advice and advice about your personal development.

Hello and sorry to hear about your bad luck. I do not think a certain school will change in the Entrepreneurial aspect making you make better or worse decisions. This sounds more like, you and your judgement of others or how you are perceiving iinformation in a way that it is not helping you. I think you need to sit down with a professional career counselor and discuss exactly your needs from a career point or view and a personal point of view and look at solutions and options that will gear you in the right direction. Start by reading about Joharis window and then take action to get good advice and advice about your personal development.
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shriner

Thanks for your advice. A professional career counselor might be a good step. But I'm still going to explore MBA programs that might lead to better decision making.

Johari's window? Haven't heard about that for a while, isn't it kind of an outdated concept?

Thanks for your advice. A professional career counselor might be a good step. But I'm still going to explore MBA programs that might lead to better decision making.

Johari's window? Haven't heard about that for a while, isn't it kind of an outdated concept?
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