Someone asked me how my quarter was going... I gave it some thought, and this is all I could come up with: busy, but not stressful.
Some food for thought, from quotes from my Business Policy class (which, by the way, I described to a friend to day as "having flashes of brilliance, and then moments of boredom"):
"I have always found that if I could create an environment around me in which everyone felt that they were learning, I would have a hot group. I have always tried to include people in what I was doing, to encourage them..."
"What I am interested in doing is helping to create a kind of musical space. And I enter this space with my ideas, and all of my colleagues... with their ideas... in this space we find one another"
Being (very / too) involved in student activities, I see a lot of my colleagues in action in their respective leadership positions. Since the above quotes illustrate the golden standards for a leader (along with desire and vision) for me, I did a quick mental survey of my colleagues. I think a lot of them have a I-can-do-it-all mentality and lead by example. Not many lead through motivating others. Obviously it's difficult when you put together a bunch of alpha dogs together. But still... anyway, I strive to be that.
Meanwhile, I'm doing a case on Pizza Hut on their channel strategy. SO HUNGWY.
Doing a very interesting photography project now. Will share results. Also, I've had some favorite pictures from my class. They are all on my CDs, so it will take some time before I get them here. Meanwhile, here's picture I took from a one-year olds birthday party. Who said GSB doesn't have cute girls!?