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Reflection, Imitation, Experience

When you are in MBA, learn the labour’s job first:

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Few things I have learned during and after my MBA classes, those really mean a thing for me. Based on my experience, I would like to put up few guidelines and suggestions.

1: Try to enjoy the association: Always remember, everyone in your class have mastered a special power. The student sitting at the corner seat, can be good at excel or the lady sitting next to you can have a good business plan for future. Don’t underestimate people and try to learn from them.

2: Take initiatives: Anything, anywhere try to leave a positive impression. If you think this can help you, do that. You start; other will help you to complete the task. 

3: Start thinking as a consumer: MBA classes are always nice, if you know how to enjoy few boring lectures. When you are participating any discussion over marketing, first think yourself as a consumer and solve the problem. If you are not able to understand consumers, you are unable to understand a business idea.

4: Choose your field of Interest: Before entering into a mission, be sure about your exit plan. Identify the field where you can perform better. Identify your technical skills (quite easier) and explore different job roles in the industry, the scope for your future and learning from your work.  

5: Network: I don’t know how you are dealing with this word, you know this better and possibly the best. Do that.

6: Brand you: If you cannot make yourself a brand, you are not an MBA. Apply all business learning considering you as a product. Don’t worry; you will be a better marketer.

7: Read and Listen: All you need. Always!

8: LOVE: L<Laugh, O<Obey, V<Volunteer, E<Experiment 

9: You can be a master only when you can master the job of your subordinates. So, don’t miss a chance to work with any organization, especially during or before your courses.

So, what you are waiting for, if some tips you have in your mind, let the people know.

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