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Sep
20
2011

How I Plan to Succeed this Quarter and Bend My Stress

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Already, it is going to be the start of a new quarter. The long summer is dying and coming to an end. Boy, was it a hot summer. But as the old saying goes, as something comes to an end, another begins. And for me, it is the beginning of a new quarter. My quarter starts this Thursday, the 22nd. As always, my mind wonders what the new quarter will be like. Will I have [...]

Sep
19
2011

The Importance of Independence vs. Cooperation In Great Leaders

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Independence is a key aspect that determines the character of any strong individual. Being able to work indepentently shows his or her confidence. In order to truly learn, I think there must be times when you are alone and participating in personal growth. A great leader must be highly assertive and be self-sufficient.They must acknowledge their fellow colleagues and applaude their accomplishments, but they should never be daunted by them. This confidence ensures the individual [...]

Sep
19
2011

13 Ways to Bend Your Stress: Shaping Your Pre-_________ Mentality

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  “A successful man is one who can lay a firm foundation with the bricks others have thrown at him.”  -David Brinkley, American Newscaster (July 10, 1920 – June 11, 2003)   For me, even thinking about pharmacy school can get really stressful at times. I am sure that whether it is pharmacy school, medical school, or any other from of graduate school, you are all stressed out too. Friends, bend your stress by taking these [...]

Sep
19
2011

What I Believe it Takes to Make a Good, Stress-less Pharmacist

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It is without a doubt that a successful person in the health field must be an all-around Renaissance man; a polymath if you will. It is a common misconception when a pre-pharmacy student says that he or she does not require any humanities and social science courses, or that mathematics is of no use for a Pharmacist. This is a shame. I am a firm believer that in order to be a successful person in patient [...]

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