We all in this life have goals, aspirations, things we’re trying to improve on, whether it be relationships, whether it be professionally, whether it be an athletic endeavor, we all have goals.
We all are in a process of learning, evolving, trying to be a better version each and every day. In this process of this journey, called life, we all will fail at something.
Though I hate to fail, I learned the most from my failures. I learn the most when I’m down, I learn in the process of failing how to succeed. I learn to be humble.
In order to succeed, we all need help, we all learn from those who come before us. We need to learn from those who paved the way. It is in this process that we grow.
This episode is an appreciation of how failures shape us.
- My journey into medical school
- Tough seasons in medical school and failing tests
- Getting into Orthopedics
- Surviving the loss of my parents
- Seeking professional help for my depression
- Lessons you need as you get into endurance sports
- My biggest lesson as a recovering perfectionist
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