Dubner said that "students will find there is a gap between what they think they will do in life and what they will actually end up doing."
Okay, but aren't you supposed have a Statement of Purpose (SOP) when you approach the colleges for admission? It used to be that way when I last checked with the B-schools, admittedly a long time ago.
Now, if it's going to be unpredictable, it is a good idea to be "open to that sort of thing". But what should the rest of your strategy be? What should you do to prepare yourself as you wait for the surprises?
Any ideas about that, Dr Levitt? Or you, dear reader?