#MEDSCHOOLADVICE: MAKING IMPACT IN YOUR CAREER

 Making   meaningful Impact in your Career by Joshua Tolulope Idowu

The future is so bright for those who are not just ready to get on their tracks but to run!  Not just running but running purposefully! Ben Carson is great a successful neurosurgeon who separated a craniopagus Siamese twins but he did not start from there, he ran a race in Medical School, Professor Devauchalle an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon ran the race in dental school and he was the first person to carry out a face transplant! You want to break grounds? Don’t sit there. The exceptional ones are Moving on while the general ones are sleeping. Do you want to be a  career fellow  just interested in other peoples ideas without trying to develop yours? Someone found the cure to Malaria or some group of people and so on.


WHAT WOULD YOU CONTRIBUTE TO THE FIELD OF MEDICINE AND SURGERY, DENTISTRY AND DENTAL SURGERY, PHARMACY, PHARMACOLOGY, MEDICAL LAB SCIENCE, NURSING MICROBIOLOGY etc.? WOULD YOU RETIRE IN IT WITHOUT A MEANINGFUL CONTRIBUTION?
Run everything about your profession and be a record breaker!!!! Contribute Positively to wherever you are. Be a solution and not a problem and a liability!.
Remember that the race is not to the swift! You need God surrender to him and become a success he knows all, let him help you break go and break grounds in you field.
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  1. clemency says:

    Really inspirational advice from Dr. Joshua, visit his blog for more. Has this post been helpful? Please comment. Don't forget to subscribe for updates. Thanks again Dr. Joshua

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