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27 Feb 2008, 21:05
Well i know i am rising a new point but trust me i really want to discuss it with all of you.
Now a days every parents want that their child must do MBA, magical three letter word but what if child is more interested in drawing and painting, now a days we just want to gain more and more money but what about our hobbies our own will our own interest that provides us mental and emotional satisfaction?

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03 Mar 2008, 18:48
I will say one should nurture their natural talent. Money will ultimately flow if you are good in your field. MBA may be sure shot answer to it but it is not the ONLY answer.

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06 Mar 2008, 22:22
Nice topic but also show your confusion its up to you how will you proceed and in which direction, none of the subject is strong or week we make it by our own efforts.

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19 Mar 2008, 02:16
According to me it depends on one own area of interest, its up to him which field he wants to select.

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30 Mar 2008, 22:57
Do what you really want to do.

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05 Apr 2008, 16:58
hey 05rose,
I believe that MBA is not only about making money but being smarter, knowing how the world works better etc etc. I believe even if you are an artist, you need to make a little money and if you have done your MBA you will know how to market yourself better and more importantly you will be smart enough to not get cheated by some expert or someone who claims he/she knows the market better. I think apart from the money, the best value of an MBA is that you just become a smarter amd more confident citzen of the world. So I would suggest you look at an MBA in that light

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08 Apr 2008, 18:58
Whatever you choose to do, you just have to be great at it.

Simply put, do what you enjoy!

Better a simple life of happiness, then a bitter life of wealth!

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