The Witty Is Here!

Time Separates Rich from Poor; Do Not Confuse Rich and Poor with good or evil, whether you think rich = bad and poor = good or rich = good and poor = bad. This is solely a financial state, not a good or bad state.
Time Separates Rich from Poor; Do Not Confuse Rich and Poor with good or evil, whether you think rich = bad and poor = good or rich = good and poor = bad. This is solely a financial state, not a good or bad state.

This is what I like to write about. In a post on the Rich Dad blog, Robert Kiyosaki talks about how investing your time differentiates the rich from the poor. It is something that I take notice; when I was in medical school, I notice that the people who devote more time into learning medicine become better at the exams and get more honors and accolades within the medical school. They get all these cool attributes and are able to go to the residencies of their choice, which is nice to know. Those who invested their time differently, such as in studying smarter instead of just studying harder got even bigger returns on their investments. There were also the people who invested their time in eating pizza and playing around, which does not add to actually learning. These people also made gains in things that do not matter, such as who won the football game. Those who truly spent their time to grow their craft got the rewards they deserve.

I also met a very interesting fellow, who actually goes to medical school, and he decided to spend his time differently from his entire medical school (which is not meant to be a cliché). He actually did something different, which is actually work on a physical company while he Is in medical school. While he is learning medicine, he is actually gaining real world experience in dealing with other customers, dealing with other people, and dealing with partnerships that can give a successful financial future. This does not mean that he is failing classes. He is just falling off from the top 10% of class to the top 20% of class, in order to become in the top 10% of the finances of the world. Now, I consider that an amazing trade, considering that many people are doctors for the sake of the getting a large paycheck of $700,000/year.

Thoughts Take You To Where You Want to Go
Thoughts Take You To Where You Want to Go

 

Many people just want to become doctors because they make it higher amount of money. The only thing that they do not get back is there time. There are a lot of people who really want to become doctors just to serve, just like this medical student I know. The thing is is that not all aspects of medicine are great, just like with anything. There’s going to be a great time involvement in order to hone your craft, and there’s a huge chance that you are probably going to lose a lot of your life in the hospital because of all the dedicated hours that you need to give to your patients.
This is not meant to be a rant against medicine. This is trust that the kid that I’m talking about really wants to make sure that he has every option available, so he can be financially secure and obtain his medical degree. Not everyone wants to work 20 hours a day at the hospital, taking care of patients, because there are so many things to do in life and so many things that should be done in life while you were given this limited time. Not everyone is thinking on the same wavelength is us, and we understand. However, we just want to make sure that what we do not end up depressed and miserable, just like a bunch of other people who truly wish they could have the time to do a thing enjoy instead of doing things that they do not enjoy it all. The last I want to do spend our time doing things I do not mean much to us, and we are announcing the medicine does not mean much to us. We’re just seen the ones of the options to do whatever we want, what time is traveling for a month, or operate on some patients every now and then. We are devoted to making sure that we give excellent service, and we are devoted to make sure that we satisfy our goals and dreams, which will serve the world.

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