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Welcome! This is the choice for you if you have at least two years to prepare for Graduate School and other life moves. This is ideal. Now we have enough time to really try things out before you commit to a process that will be your (probably) final educational stamp. You have access to this material for 3-years. You have plenty of time, but let’s start now!

Even if you aren’t sure Grad School is for you, this is the course you need. My focus for all of my students is to create an Integrated Life. Career and personal life are not practically isolated. Better to figure out how to integrate the ways you want to …

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What students say:

What I wanted out of the prep process was a better GMAT score – and thanks to putting in the work, and you not giving up on me, I got one.  But now I’m 5-6 years removed from taking the GMAT, and I never think about  my GMAT score, and no one ever asks me what my GMAT score was (thank god).  But what I think the most valuable thing that I got out of the process is, and something that I think about and lean on all the time, is a sense of confidence about my professional career and my future that I completely lacked when I first started down this path.  I don’t know if I’ll stay at BCG forever, or even work in a traditional MBA-type job in the future, but I’m very confident that whatever I decide I want to do next, with a solid plan, hard work, support, and time, I’ll be able to get there.  This equates to freedom – I know that I can change my mind, and I know that I’ll probably be able to get there if I want it badly enough.  To me, this has been the true value of all the work that we put in, and has lasted much longer than a single test score or b-school acceptance.

Former Student

Understanding how to articulate what you want to be a part of, setting yourself up for big accomplishments and executing on lower level wins…. Getting familiar with what your sphere of influence is and pursuing self-actualization. 

Student Comment

Delighted me: I’ve seen wins and progress, I’m aware of my surroundings both professional and personal, I take my goals seriously and most importantly feel like they’re attainable. I liked looking at my personal life more objectively, I loved that, I hate the emotional-sympathy programmed reaction everyone is set up to have when you seem confused about something in the relationship/romantic realm

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