As far as Kellogg goes, I’m pretty much in a holding pattern right now. I know exactly what I need to do to take care of my last three classes, and I don’t anticipate any big surprises.
I do have a few presentations at the end of the quarter, but the outlook for those doesn’t seem all that bad. In fact, I just had one today in International Biz Strategy, and it went swimmingly. We were the first team to lead a 15-minute discussion in the class (on corporate “decentering”), so now I can relax knowing that is out of the way.
With my school stuff in cruise control, I’ve started thinking about life post Kellogg. I hope to continue meeting new folks, amongst other things, and I imagine that from time to time I’ll need to hand out a card. Unfortunately, the business cards that I got the first year in school aren’t well-suited for a more general purpose…and they are kind of generic/dull. I’m sure that makes them perfect for recruiting, but nonetheless, generic and dull. To be fair, they are very affordable, and that is goodness early on in the student life cycle.
* Note the awesome job I did of removing my personal information
I decided to make some new cards with the help of my patient GF. I tested said patience by continuously bugging her to change things in one very long design session, but it worked out. I just got the cards in today, and I am pleased. I’ve got 250 of these things now, so I better make the most of them.