THE Last Lecture of Med School - Transitions to Residency
No matter where you are in your training, this will help you.
Over the past few years, I've been asked to do the final lecture of medical school at a very prestigious medical school here in the U.S. That last lecture of medical school is an opportunity to help people transition into the next phase of their training.
In this case, it happened to be med students transitioning into their internship year and their residency programs. But this will help you no matter where you are in your training. And whether or not you graduated from a U.S. school or you're an international grad doesn't matter.
This will help you.
Why? Because in it I go over 3 main pivot points in my career. At 3 key points in my career, I hit major challenges or setbacks that were actually beautiful - pivot points, points to grow, points to take my career to the next level.
Not only will you hear what those pivot points were and the insights gleaned from them, and you'll learn from my failures. But you'll also learn how when you have a setback or a challenge or an opportunity and from in front of you, how to handle that.
When that happens in your career (It WILL happen, btw), the question is, will you be prepared when it happens or will you be reacting when it happens?
This Last Lecture of Med School is for you. Essentially, it's a couple of short videos and snippets from a larger lecture, as well as supporting materials like mind maps and worksheets and other resources to help you transition from wherever you are in your training to the next level of your career. And how to handle setbacks and opportunities along the way.
So go ahead, check it out, click the order button and I'll see you on the inside.