Secret to success after University

Congratulations, you have just finished from pharmacy school with a 1st , 2nd, 3rd class or less. Your family are over the moon and so are you. Everything seems to have fallen in place and you have just been offered your first job in the pharmacy world. The letters after your name have lengthen and your family and friends now rely on you for medical advice, every prescription issued to them by a doctor is cross-checked with you. I want to congratulate you for taking time to read this blog and taking the conscious decision to open your mind further.

I have evaluated the life of many successful individuals in the pharmacy and alternate spheres, some of which I have personally met and have a relationship. I will share my findings and their secret with you for FREE, my intention is to give you a head start and help you avoid painful mistakes in life. These are SECRETS the pharmacy school system has failed to educate you – partly because the pharmacy module is huge they are unable to focus on this and also because these are not core pharmacy topics.

Nevertheless, common traits I have found in successful people is the pursuit of happiness, zeal for knowledge and a determination to create their own reality. These are individuals who have a strong determination and focus on self-worth.
Self-worth
Self-worth as defined by the english dictionary is described as
“The sense of one’s own value or worth as a person; self-esteem; self-respect”
Here are a few key points to take from that the statement above:
1. It is not the same as arrogance – this is very distasteful and is likely to have the opposite effect. Rather, self-worth radiates humility to be able to accept criticism and reflect on this objectively. Critics no longer affect you because you understand your value, you must still listen and reflect on critics. However, you will be able to make a much better decision when you have an understanding of your self-wroth.
2. Love yourself – but be careful to avoid vanity.Understanding of your self-worth allows you to love yourself; both your weakness and your strength. This is extremely beneficial because it allows you to be able to appreciate your weaknesses. When you are able to objectively address your weakness they become strengths! The love of others is essential but should not deter from self-worth. Do not becoming a rug for the entire world to walk all over, trust me it hurts.
3. Understanding your value proposition – everyone has something to give to the world, I am not kidding. Whether it be a smile or a laughter that brightens the room, there is something special within you! Never forget that, and try not to let the world silent or smother it. Once you discover your value proposition you begin to understand yourself worth and how you can translate this to an actionable plan of which you begin to influence the world. Essentially you discover your selling point – something of which others find attracted.
4. Self-respect – once you understand the points above you must begin to believe in your self-worth, without actual belief it is a fragment of your imagination. And, it is a lack of respect for your self – a step backwards.

Zeal for knowledge

A zeal for knowledge is linked to self-worth. The passion and desire to make something of yourself in the chosen direction requires investment in knowledge. This is knowledge of which you will have to obtain in your SPARE TIME. Without a zeal for knowledge this will be a painful activity, have you ever noticed that there are some activities you keep postponing and may never complete? If you manage to summon some strength to force yourself to complete these activities, then you either keep getting distracted whilst doing it or you simply rush it. It’s because of a lack of zeal, reality is you are less likely to learn or remember those activities.

Pursuit of happiness

The pursuit of happiness is sounds cliché right? There was a famous movie featuring Will Smith and it’s a real-life story, so it’s a pretty well-known concept. However, lets put this in the context of you and I. I Observed many successful people and you can see in their eyes the desire to never settle for less, they just expected more from life. Often, this belief system meant that they received more, even if they
Why the 1st decade of your life after University are so crucial!
Congratulations, you have just finished from pharmacy school with a 1st , 2nd, 3rd class or less. Your family are over the moon and so are you. Everything seems to have fallen in place and you have just been offered your first job in the pharmacy world. The letters after your name have lengthen and your family and friends now rely on you for medical advice, every prescription issued to them by a doctor is cross-checked with you. I want to congratulate you for taking time to read this blog and taking the conscious decision to open your mind further.

I have evaluated the life of many successful individuals in the pharmacy and alternate spheres, some of which I have personally met and have a relationship. I will share my findings and their secret with you for FREE, my intention is to give you a head start and help you avoid painful mistakes in life. These are SECRETS the pharmacy school system has failed to educate you – partly because the pharmacy module is huge they are unable to focus on this and also because these are not core pharmacy topics.

Nevertheless, common traits I have found in successful people is the pursuit of happiness, zeal for knowledge and a determination to create their own reality. These are individuals who have a strong determination and focus on self-worth.

Below is an inspirational TED talk

 

 

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