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May 20, 2008


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My only thoughts are that this person is right on. I also think that getting an MBA is all about timing and leverage... however, it's not the right path for everyone. But for most people, if done properly, it will usually pay off in the short/long run.

A lot of doors will open up for a 20-30 something with an MBA from a top tier school. However, the author is right in the fact that 10 years out, it won't mean anything if you cannot deliver. It's up to you to take advantage of the skills you learned in the program.

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