A couple of days ago, I found myself being unsure if I wanted to continue pursuing my MBA degree that I began in May of 2015. At the time it felt like my way out of the current work situation I was in, but now it just all seems so contrived.
I did expect it to be more “heart-centered” – although I’m not sure why. It still surprises me when the focus remains solely on money, rather than the positive impact business can have on the world. I always find myself saying, “There has to be a better way!”. I want something that I can be fully engaged in, without the rigors of the academic world and that endless quest for an “A”.
Today, I made the decision to drop out of the class I was taking this semester. It is scary to “drop out”. I wonder what others will think and if it will look bad, but I know there is a better option for me. The super-structured, forced learning approach doesn’t suit me. I know I learn best when I can do it on my own, while also applying it to real-life situations.
It was surprising how: I had the thought to leave, it felt right, and I acted on it.
Guiding though of the day: *I look forward to new opportunities.*