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Hard Work


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A subtle change in a phrase will change your outcome.

 

For one to succeed, one must work hard – this is a misunderstanding.

The word hard suggests the anticipated task is difficult, tough or problematic. Although, we may just be playing around with a thesaurus, let’s use the word challenge instead. The word challenge suggests the anticipated task is a trial, test or experiment that hopes to yield success, growth, development and change. Sometimes, a subtle change in a phrase will change your mindset. A subtle change in your mindset will change your actions. A subtle change in your actions will change your outcome.

Try using the word diligent instead, diligent means, showing careful and persistent work or effort.

Diligent Work.

 

A subtle change in a phrase will change your outcome.

 

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Reputation and Ranking


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Reputation and Ranking
Reputation and Ranking

Are educational performance measure (EPM) scores validation for all medical student needs? Should we just aim to rank in the top 10-25% of the year? Are the results of clinical and written exams predictor of your effectiveness as a future doctor?

It’s easy to get caught up in the rat race of medical school. It’s easy to be consumed by the surmounting pressure to exceed a standard.  But the question to ask yourself is: How do you want to be remembered by your patients and colleagues?

Pick 2-3 words that sum up how you would like patients and colleagues to remember you e.g. safe and caring or efficient and honest.

Good educational performance is essential to pass medical school, but a good reputation is essential for life.