I'm sat in Logan Airport, Boston on my way to San Francisco. Headphones on to block out the bustle - finally I have time to reflect on the last couple of weeks.
It feels like i've been here for months but in reality it's been weeks. The program has been jam packed, lectures tend to start around 8am and finish around 9pm. After that it's prime time to network - the energy is fantastic and i've met some incredible people. I think this is where I get my energy from. I've realised that if you're excited about working, it doesn't feel like work. Every job i've ever had until now has either felt like 'work' or bored me numb. I have a new goal - to never feel like i'm working.
In the next few posts i'll share a few quotes and pictures from lectures at Harvard and MIT and life in Boston.