So, here goes. I have had the rare chance of finding my calling, early in my career. A little bit about my profile:
2007 May - Graduated with a BTech in Computer Science
2009 Dec - Graduated with an MS in Computer Science from Clemson University, USA
2010 Jan - Began working as a Software Developer
2011 Aug - Started Freelancing as a Photographer
2012 Jan - Seriously started taking up more assignments and work: Photography ratio stands at 60:40
2013 - Plan to do an MBA.
While practical knowledge and customer relations has taught a great deal about management and entrepreneurship, I feel that I need some strengthening in the basics to perform and deal things more efficiently.
While my whole idea is to move out of IT and start my own business of Photography and the beyond, I believe, I lack basic knowledge that's required for entrepreneurship. Also, I hail from a family of sloggers, so business is still feigned upon and is a "risk" as far as everyone else goes!!
I need some pointers here. I am planning to fly back to India (for goo) next year, March/April and ideally begin MBA in summer.
Can the info-gods of this part of the interwebs help me?