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London Business School MBA shall help me in two ways in realizing this goal. First it gives me access to a network which I can leverage to float this fund of mine, and second, it would help me build relevant financial credentials in addition to the relevant sector experience that I already have. During my stay at the LBS, I fully intend to develop this plan of mine to fruition. Not only do I intend to meet potential investors, but also build detailed investment plans and possibly recruit my team. Situated in London, the financial capital of the world, with one of the most influential network of alumni and faculty and a strong international mix of students, the LBS offers me the best opportunity to do so.

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I went about my preparation in a very methodical manner. I changed my style of running to land mid-foot, even fore-foot as against heal landing which I was accustomed to earlier. I also started carrying my running gear to all the places that I went (I used to travel 2-3 days a week as part of my job responsibilities.) This ensured that I never missed a day of practice, even if it meant running in the middle of night. I started training to strengthen my hamstrings, quadriceps and calf muscles to compensate for my weaker knees. After a rigorous training of six months, I was ready to run again. It was a transformative experience! It vindicated what I have come to believe for a long time – that if you have the will and work sufficiently hard for it, then anything is possible.