I'm part of the millennial generation, and here's how I know. My first opportunity to use a computer came in first grade, and ever since then, I've had a keyboard sitting at the end of my fingertips. For a number of my childhood years, a video game controller was also at my finger tips. While I've since retired my gaming days, I still think back on the memories that my brothers and I created playing NES games. It was honest fun. Sometimes it got us in trouble, but we liked it.
Today, I'm no good at NES games. I've followed other pursuits, including working to get my MBA over the past two years. Coincidentally, there were times when I would realize that a lesson from the readings sounded familiar, a little too familiar. Today, I'm happy to announce that I'm launching a new blog series called the NES MBA, where I highlight some of the MBA insights I've gleaned over the past two years and connect them with a scene, quote, story, or image from a NES game.