I'm exhausted. After four frenzied days of lectures, presentations, club meetings, inspiring speakers and intense socializing, I'm ready for some R&R. The upside of Presidio is their residency format, allowing me time outside of the classroom to pursue interesting projects. The downside is yesterday, the last day of four intense days. I'm currently taking Monday morning off to decompress, and I'm watching TED talk by Chip Conley: measuring what makes life worthwhile. Bhutan's BNH, which he describes in the video, is a concept we learned during our first year at Presidio. It's motivating to watch him expertly present the concept to an influential audience.