Business school will cost you five years. At least.
If you want to learn normal business school stuff and get a normal business school job at a large company. It may be the right choice for you. If you are going to business school to ‘learn’ entrepreneurship and ‘build your toolbox.’ You’re just lying to yourself. Even if you could learn that stuff in business school (which you can’t), the time itself is not worth it. While there are a few rare exceptions, most would’ve-have-been entrepreneurs find out that they lost 5 years of startup life. Let me explain…
Author: Jason Freedman
Subjects: Entrepreneurship, MBA Related, Prospective MBAs