An article written by Erika Anderson has this insight:
Whether or not people have MBA degree doesn’t seem to have much to do with whether or not they’ll be able to create happy, successful lives for themselves. Having an MBA really just means that you paid your money, and you went to class and studied sufficiently to pass enough of your courses to graduate. Being a world-class learner is much more important to your success in business (and in life) than having any kind of advanced degree.
What she believes to be the qualities in folks who are true masters of mastery are:
Willingness to be not-good.
What do you think?