Never stop asking, "Why?" Intellectual curiosity is the common attribute of the most successful and interesting leaders in the world.
As an entrepreneur, you basically need to be okay at a lot of things.
Many people in Austria told me, "It is simply amazing how much this business school has taught you." I agree and am sure this still holds true.
Invest time in yourself. Be open, get involved, and ask questions every step of the way.
You should love your job so much that you should be thinking about it in the shower.
If you want to be an entrepreneur, you have to have a lot of fortitude, desire, and persistence. Pick something you're passionate about because you're going to be spending a giant amount on it.
Understand that all of your classmates are going to be tremendous resources for you in your future. Make sure you cultivate those relationships.
Learn the value of networking in a competitive job market and the excitement of a non-Wall Street job.
CBS is the time to try anything and everything. Step up and take on a huge challenge. Prove to yourself that you can do it here, and then you can do it anywhere.
Networking is the number one skill I learned at business school and it's been invaluable so far.