A tribute to the best professor I have ever had and the lessons learned. I wish more than anything we could go back to being crazy laowai in China: bargaining in markets, talking about dragons, eating scorpion and lamb kidneys in Beijing, going on quests for the best soup dumplings in all of Shanghai, getting bike-delivered egg tarts in the middle of class and learning not only how to be successful entrepreneurs but powerful leaders. What I would give to have the Mulcahy effect back in full swing! Thank you for all you have taught me and for always encouraging me to follow my dreams! #BRIC2013
This time last year I was studying abroad in China. I was so excited to be in Asia for the first time that my body was in complete sensory overload. Everything was different, new and exciting, and I wanted to absorb all of it. In China, I had a professor who, in just a month’s time, became a mentor and a friend. It was evident, to the 24 of us on the trip, that Professor Mulcahy was filled with the most contagious sense of adventure and life. Everything he seemed to say became this life-changing piece of advice that a year later I find myself referring back to.
Professor Mulcahy challenged my way of thinking. He forced me to think outside of the box and said that to be successful one has to be intentional…
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