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Designing An MBA

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A journey of putting your beginner's mind to work to ask "what's next?"

Latest Episodes

Tomas Sadilek - “That bridge to the other side isn’t there. You have to create it.”

In the twenty-fourth episode of Designing An MBA, Tomas Sadilekdetails a nine-year journey that led him to finally pulling the trigger on getting his MBA, and how to be a full adult, you need to let go and embrace the abyss and take a leap. He discusses how this translates to his passion for entrepreneurship, finding the meaning of life... in skiing, and building self-discipline. He also says hi to his grandma... in Czech!

-1 sMAY 30
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Tomas Sadilek - “That bridge to the other side isn’t there. You have to create it.”

Wenhao Wang - “This season I missed some games because I had to take some exams”

In the twenty-third episode of Designing An MBA, it felt only appropriate to release an interview with uber-Rockets fan Wenhao Wang (sorry for your loss my friend!) He has great insights and depth of interest in explaining the challenges of being a student from China but also the thrill of trying new things as a California resident and, yes, flying to Houston over a weekend as well. I apologize to Wenhao for our mic issues, and have purchased new equipment for my upcoming episodes!

-1 sMAY 14
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Wenhao Wang - “This season I missed some games because I had to take some exams”

Prishanthi Mannuru - "It’s actually helping me both ways - professionally and personally - the MBA"

In the twenty-second episode of Designing An MBA, Prashanthi Mannuru weaves an inspiring and unique tale of transitioning from dentistry to an MBA and growing as a professional and as a person through her coursework and her classmates. She also happens to be the first person I've known who met her spouse through an arranged marriage, and it was wonderful to hear her story of love!

31 MINMAY 1
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Prishanthi Mannuru - "It’s actually helping me both ways - professionally and personally - the MBA"

Jayoon Koo - "We helped each other in different ways"

In the twenty-first episode of Designing An MBA, Jayoon Koobrings his unique soft-spoken and thoughtful style to our podcast, discussing the unique joys and challenges of being an international full-time student, studying in a second language, driving two hours both directions each day, and raising two-year-old twin boys. Needless to say, when asked about his hobbies, he basically looked at me like I was crazy! Also, we congratulate him on the big news that he just landed a summer internship!

26 MINAPR 29
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Jayoon Koo - "We helped each other in different ways"

Jiaxuan Li - “Everybody helps me a lot and I do want to help them in some way someday”

In the twentieth episode of Designing An MBA, Jiaxuan Li talks about the incredible transition from MD to MBA, from Beijing to Davis, and from a clear path to one of possibility and potential. She recalls various ways in which she used business skills before she even knew what to call them, ranging from creating a painless birth practice at her hospital to starting her medical school's first hip hop dance team!

33 MINAPR 9
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Jiaxuan Li - “Everybody helps me a lot and I do want to help them in some way someday”

Nicholas Dao - "Fundraise, fundraise, fundraise."

In the nineteenth episode of Designing An MBA, Nick Dao talks about the entrepreneurial venture that brought him to pursue deeper business knowledge, volunteering during the Camp Fire, what it's like being one of the youngest people in the class, and how Davis has changed since his childhood. He's looking for investors... and summer interns!

30 MINMAR 19
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Nicholas Dao - "Fundraise, fundraise, fundraise."

Andrew Light - "Photographs don't lie but liars photograph"

In the eighteenth episode of Designing An MBA, Andrew Lighttalks about everything from the way learning photography influences his business mind today, being married to someone working in Silicon Valley, what it's like being the only out LGBT person in his class, and why he, sometimes hesitantly, frequently shares his opinion in class. Almost twenty episodes in, and every story continues to be unique!

25 MINMAR 9
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Andrew Light - "Photographs don't lie but liars photograph"

Shwetha Chandrashekar - "I don't think it's about working hard, it's about working smart"

In the seventeenth episode of Designing An MBA, Shwetha Chandrashekarweaves a narrative of the major life change and personal growth that can be part of the MBA experience, and how to face down the unique challenges that confront international students and women-in-leadership. She also reveals her not-so-secret crush on McKinsey and presents a detailed analysis as to why she is half Phoebe, half Monica from Friends.

31 MINMAR 6
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Shwetha Chandrashekar - "I don't think it's about working hard, it's about working smart"

Eric "Chenmu" Sun - “It’s never harmful for you to get more knowledgable”

In the sixteenth episode of Designing An MBA,Eric "Chenmu" Sunhilariously tells us of his dislike of gangster pandas but also gets into some wonderful stuff about seeking to understand yourself and to grow yourself by your personal and professional choices. He details his fascinating experience working for Apple and reveals his favorite experience at the Graduate School of Management so far. Spoiler alert: it was our recent Lunar New Year Party.

32 MINFEB 21
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Eric "Chenmu" Sun - “It’s never harmful for you to get more knowledgable”

Adam Tanner - “I can hold the baby and comfort her and still do our strategy reading”

In the fifteenth episode of Designing An MBA, we meet coast guard officer and new dadAdam Tanner, two unique perspectives from which he tells fascinating stories. I'll leave it to you to decide which one sounds more challenging! He not only talks about how family changes your perspective on the MBA, but how the MBA changes your perspective on family.

34 MINFEB 5
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Adam Tanner - “I can hold the baby and comfort her and still do our strategy reading”

Latest Episodes

Tomas Sadilek - “That bridge to the other side isn’t there. You have to create it.”

In the twenty-fourth episode of Designing An MBA, Tomas Sadilekdetails a nine-year journey that led him to finally pulling the trigger on getting his MBA, and how to be a full adult, you need to let go and embrace the abyss and take a leap. He discusses how this translates to his passion for entrepreneurship, finding the meaning of life... in skiing, and building self-discipline. He also says hi to his grandma... in Czech!

-1 sMAY 30
Comments
Tomas Sadilek - “That bridge to the other side isn’t there. You have to create it.”

Wenhao Wang - “This season I missed some games because I had to take some exams”

In the twenty-third episode of Designing An MBA, it felt only appropriate to release an interview with uber-Rockets fan Wenhao Wang (sorry for your loss my friend!) He has great insights and depth of interest in explaining the challenges of being a student from China but also the thrill of trying new things as a California resident and, yes, flying to Houston over a weekend as well. I apologize to Wenhao for our mic issues, and have purchased new equipment for my upcoming episodes!

-1 sMAY 14
Comments
Wenhao Wang - “This season I missed some games because I had to take some exams”

Prishanthi Mannuru - "It’s actually helping me both ways - professionally and personally - the MBA"

In the twenty-second episode of Designing An MBA, Prashanthi Mannuru weaves an inspiring and unique tale of transitioning from dentistry to an MBA and growing as a professional and as a person through her coursework and her classmates. She also happens to be the first person I've known who met her spouse through an arranged marriage, and it was wonderful to hear her story of love!

31 MINMAY 1
Comments
Prishanthi Mannuru - "It’s actually helping me both ways - professionally and personally - the MBA"

Jayoon Koo - "We helped each other in different ways"

In the twenty-first episode of Designing An MBA, Jayoon Koobrings his unique soft-spoken and thoughtful style to our podcast, discussing the unique joys and challenges of being an international full-time student, studying in a second language, driving two hours both directions each day, and raising two-year-old twin boys. Needless to say, when asked about his hobbies, he basically looked at me like I was crazy! Also, we congratulate him on the big news that he just landed a summer internship!

26 MINAPR 29
Comments
Jayoon Koo - "We helped each other in different ways"

Jiaxuan Li - “Everybody helps me a lot and I do want to help them in some way someday”

In the twentieth episode of Designing An MBA, Jiaxuan Li talks about the incredible transition from MD to MBA, from Beijing to Davis, and from a clear path to one of possibility and potential. She recalls various ways in which she used business skills before she even knew what to call them, ranging from creating a painless birth practice at her hospital to starting her medical school's first hip hop dance team!

33 MINAPR 9
Comments
Jiaxuan Li - “Everybody helps me a lot and I do want to help them in some way someday”

Nicholas Dao - "Fundraise, fundraise, fundraise."

In the nineteenth episode of Designing An MBA, Nick Dao talks about the entrepreneurial venture that brought him to pursue deeper business knowledge, volunteering during the Camp Fire, what it's like being one of the youngest people in the class, and how Davis has changed since his childhood. He's looking for investors... and summer interns!

30 MINMAR 19
Comments
Nicholas Dao - "Fundraise, fundraise, fundraise."

Andrew Light - "Photographs don't lie but liars photograph"

In the eighteenth episode of Designing An MBA, Andrew Lighttalks about everything from the way learning photography influences his business mind today, being married to someone working in Silicon Valley, what it's like being the only out LGBT person in his class, and why he, sometimes hesitantly, frequently shares his opinion in class. Almost twenty episodes in, and every story continues to be unique!

25 MINMAR 9
Comments
Andrew Light - "Photographs don't lie but liars photograph"

Shwetha Chandrashekar - "I don't think it's about working hard, it's about working smart"

In the seventeenth episode of Designing An MBA, Shwetha Chandrashekarweaves a narrative of the major life change and personal growth that can be part of the MBA experience, and how to face down the unique challenges that confront international students and women-in-leadership. She also reveals her not-so-secret crush on McKinsey and presents a detailed analysis as to why she is half Phoebe, half Monica from Friends.

31 MINMAR 6
Comments
Shwetha Chandrashekar - "I don't think it's about working hard, it's about working smart"

Eric "Chenmu" Sun - “It’s never harmful for you to get more knowledgable”

In the sixteenth episode of Designing An MBA,Eric "Chenmu" Sunhilariously tells us of his dislike of gangster pandas but also gets into some wonderful stuff about seeking to understand yourself and to grow yourself by your personal and professional choices. He details his fascinating experience working for Apple and reveals his favorite experience at the Graduate School of Management so far. Spoiler alert: it was our recent Lunar New Year Party.

32 MINFEB 21
Comments
Eric "Chenmu" Sun - “It’s never harmful for you to get more knowledgable”

Adam Tanner - “I can hold the baby and comfort her and still do our strategy reading”

In the fifteenth episode of Designing An MBA, we meet coast guard officer and new dadAdam Tanner, two unique perspectives from which he tells fascinating stories. I'll leave it to you to decide which one sounds more challenging! He not only talks about how family changes your perspective on the MBA, but how the MBA changes your perspective on family.

34 MINFEB 5
Comments
Adam Tanner - “I can hold the baby and comfort her and still do our strategy reading”
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