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I'll throw mine into the mix: shepherdscheck.tumblr.com
These vintage Church's for Brooks Brothers were by far the best I've come across: BEFORE AFTER I've also sold a fair number of C&J for Ralph Lauren: And Paraboot for BB:
There may be others but two that jump to mind: Brooks Brothers 346 Madison Flagship Store (Sold under Peal label) J Crew Men's Shop (Upper East and SoHo)
Yes I've seen them on several occassions, started this thread about a pair I had.
These are crazy deals, especially the Churchills in brown. I picked up the black ones in 12D...if they don't fit they'll be back up here at cost.
I don't see why you wouldn't pursue the MBA path, it is really a silver bullet for people in your situation. Do something "special" in your current job that will make for a nice essay, rock the gmat, then shoot for the stars. It seems like the trend in MBA admissions is to diversify the student body (read accept more applicants with non-finance backgrounds) which should help you out. If you land at a top 10 b-school you will have plenty of opportunities. I would...
Sounds exactly like me a year ago. Do it for sure.
Reviving an old thread because I'm looking to have this done locally in NYC. Has anyone here in New York had this done successfully? I don't have a go-to tailor that I'm confident enough in at the moment.
It is no joke. I took a brief course, had good training materials, and had all the anecdotal experiences of peers who had already taken it....and I still found it pretty challenging. The guys who half-assed studying almost all failed on the first go around.
Quote: Originally Posted by Saturdays Thanks, I haven't been avoiding this technique. It's just getting your foot in sometimes means being a Administrative Assistant which usually is simply being a Secretary. Point is I have been doing this to a certain extent with me filtering out the jobs that can open up to bigger, better or different opportunities. Maybe I should widen my scope a little. Thanks for the advise, gives me something more to apply and...
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