October 05, 2011

1st day of MBE 2011


Hearing those Chinese proverbs and what Paul said “Where do you want to see yourself in 5 years”, led me to think about one person and one person above all, my father. As an entrepreneur and a very active member of many professional committees, my dad has always given me time to groom my personality. He is a person who feels that a any person without an aim or goal in his life is just wasting his life.

As Paul began his introductory lecture on what the MBE environment will be and what we should be expecting from it further increased my enthusiasm to learn this course. It seemed that there is a major link between my father’s principles and the subject area of this course.

What amazes me the most are the reservations my course mates have so far.
I personally believe that if we are to work in a group and furthermore work together in different modules we should get out of our cultural barriers and interact with everybody and let them all feel at home.

As one of my colleague mentioned today that we are to practically spend one year together so we should start acting like one family. I thought that there is nothing wrong in what he said, in fact I endorse his thoughts and appreciate the fact that he opened up to me regarding this.

By the way, the best part about today, was trying to make use of a newspaper J


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  1. Vagelis Kitsos

    My friend well done…... I can see a great introduction and understanding of what MBE is going to offer you. Definitely you have plenty of things to learn but the beginning is strong..Hope to keep on that….......

    Think your self of what you to be after 5 years. Also you can go beyond that. Think of what you want to be after 20 30 years. This is what is called long term thinking. . . . :) What people would like to say for you after 100 years…......?

    Hope that you will keep blogging… Have a great MBE journey

    06 Oct 2011, 08:11


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