Date Added: May 2010
Your job is to eat at the buffet of life and have a little taste of everything, said Rogers, the Gordon and Llura Gund Family Clinical Professor of Entrepreneurship. "Let your passion find you." Along with three other professors, Rogers bestowed advice to students during a May 10 panel discussion centered on the theme of "Making Passion Your Competition Advantage." The event was the third in five "Nota Bene" seminars geared to graduating Kellogg students. "If you are successful in finding your passion, you'll be able to turn the ordinary into the extraordinary in your lives," said panel moderator Wally Scott, a clinical professor of management.