Monday, April 25, 2011

The End

The irony is that it isn’t really the end but the beginning. As great as the MBA is, we all enter it as a gateway to better things afterwards, trying to look two years ahead. So it is with that expectation that we enter the program. But there is so much that happens in between, so many things that for one reason on another don’t make it on the blog and are therefore not captured. It has always been my aim that this blog would serve not only as a pensive collection for reflection, but also act as a source of entertainment, ideas and discussion with its readers. It is my hope that the impression I leave here is an honest and comprehensive reflection and an imprint of myself and my experiences contained within its digital pages.

I am grateful for all the rich experiences while I’ve been on the program. Obviously, I’m very lucky, having the opportunity to reap the benefits of the program by meeting smart hardworking people, being exposed to brilliant ideas and new ways of thinking, and taking full advantage of all the programs available whether they are international programs, case competitions or classes. I certainly feel like I'm on the top of the world right now seeing nothing but clear horizons.

I have throughly enjoyed my time on exchange in London and studying in Toronto. It’s with an invigorating sense of optimism that I look forward to the future. The adventure is hardly over as I’ll spend the summer travelling. And as always, even then, the end of that period is simply the beginning of the next intrepid endeavor.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

This is not the end, it is simply the beginning

Sofi said...

What are you doing now? Are you going in banking?

Joshua Wong said...

Absolutely. I was offered a FT position back at Scotia IB and I'm starting in August.

Sofi said...

Well, good for you...let me know how things go!

:-)

Sudheer said...

I guess, you must be chilling now, once the B Schools is over, and excited about what future awaits @Scotia! Do let's know when you start the new blog!

Joshua Wong said...

Thanks very much Sudheer. Unfortunately, I don't know if I'll be starting another one. I'll probably be too busy working, but thanks for all your support (comments and hits) :)

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