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The Adventure Continues…

ImageI started writing this blog – “MBA: Must Bring Adventure!” – as a way to chronicle my experiences during my MBA at the Rotman School of Management, and share my journey with family and friends.  My MBA culminated this summer, with a glorious graduation ceremony that had me grinning from ear to ear, surrounded by wonderful family and awesome friends, some watching and cheering for me from the other side of the world, as I finally achieved this long-held dream of mine.  While my MBA was nothing short of a terrific, high-adrenaline roller-coaster, I feel like the adventure has only just begun. Life’s too short to be just ho-hum; it deserves our best effort to bring an adventurous spirit as we charge ahead to leave our own mark on the world.  So, I intend to continue approaching each day as a new adventure, knowing not where it may lead me, but just that it deserves a creative, optimistic and determined spirit.  I intend to continue chronicling my adventures, and I hope you continue to join me on the road ahead…  🙂


About Kiran Sajwani

I'm a little ray of light, trying to glow brighter... I'm also in search of new adventures at www.kiransajwani.com


One thought on “The Adventure Continues…

  1. Very optimistic attitude – looking forward to reading more!

    Posted by cavegirlmba | September 2, 2013, 12:11 am

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