Intro to My Blog

October 15, 2009

in GWU School of Business,MBA experience

I am an MBA graduate from the George Washington University School of Business in Washington, DC. I graduated with my MBA degree in May 2012.

In my blog I have been writing about my experience of going through the MBA program as a part-time student, full-time employee, full-time husband and father. I hope my experience will be helpful to others who are considering taking on this endeavor or already going through the part-time or even full-time MBA for that matter. Maybe for some readers my insights will serve as deterrent, but I think that for most of the MBA aspirants and students it will serve as encouragement and motivation.

Some visitors to my blog have been searching the site for my email. You can shoot me an email to webmaster at

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Conrad January 24, 2011 at 3:42 am


My name is Conrad and I am emailing on behalf of Stacy Blackman Consulting (, the leading MBA admissions consulting firm. I was asked by Stacy to reach out to you because we think your blog is great and want to share your posts with our blog readership.

This month we will be relaunching our popular B-School Buzz weekly update, where we bring our readers news and views from applicant and student bloggers. Here is a link to one of our old “Buzz” posts:

If you are interested in being part of our Buzz network, please email me at to let me know so we can include you in our upcoming posts.

Thanks for your time and energy,

Stacy Blackman Consulting

Mariam May 1, 2012 at 4:52 pm

Just wanted to say thank you for running such an awesome blog! I’ve been reading for some time and really appreciate all of the advice. I’m actually a PMBA student at GWU and I attended my first Gala on Saturday.

PTMBAer May 1, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Thanks for the kind words. I hope you had great time at Gala, not like myself when I went there first time two years ago ;-( .

I also hope you are learning before it’s too late the value of your classmates and the friendships you could foster outside the classroom.

I know there is a weekly happy hour of first-year PMBAs on Thursdays at Tonic. Check them out if you have not yet.

And of course, if you have an opportunity – take a study abroad. If you think you do not have that opportunity – make it!

Dalton Smith April 1, 2013 at 4:17 pm

Hi there!
I didn’t even know this blog existed. Alot of great information here!


One-year MBA March 31, 2014 at 6:25 am

Hey amazing piece of views and expression. Even my cousin who is doing one-year MBA right now, echoes same views as yours.

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