I also want to offer them a nice place to live, in a good neighborhood, which we have now lived with my...
Right now I'm plotting my approach to this question, but having trouble with the nuances of it. For my short term goals, would it be appropriate to map out what my goals are during the mba process with regard to my work?
My mother has always taught me about the importance of family and its value.
I love my two children, and as I mentioned, I want them to have the best in life.
I want to be able to manage my time more effectively when it comes to taking care of my children, working, education and other aspects of my life.
It is difficult for me to do this and accomplish everything I have to do every day.I also have more space being able to learn on my own time.Education is another important aspect of succeeding in life.Or is this question focusing strictly on post-mba, 1-5 years out?For my long-term goals, I want to stay in my industry and eventually become an executive level employee (CEO, EVP, etc...) of a publicly traded company.I have fixed many goals for myself, some of them I have accomplished but many of them I am still working on.One goal I have is to become more focused and better organized in my learning environment.As an example of successful strategic planning, this paper discusses the strategic goals of Johns Hopkins Medicine’s (JHM) strategic plan. The plan covers six priorities including people, biomedical discoveries, patients, education, integration, and performance. The goal of the mba is to learn the workings of capital markets, business regulations, and accounting.I work in fashion right now and have aquired a set of industry specific skills that will go hand in hand with what I will learn from b-school to get me to where I want to go. Will it be better to cite specific people whose footsteps I'd like to follow and specific positions that I'd like to hold?