"I would strongly advise not looking at an EMBA on purely monetary grounds. In the short run, the payoff isn't there. It's an investment with a potentially long-run [return on investment]," he says.
"If you aren't clear on how you're going to really transform yourself—or in the absence of knowing, at least commit to finding that transformation—from the EMBA experience, an extra $10,000 to $20,000 on the other side isn't going to quench your financial thirst long enough to make a difference anyway."
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