Why It’s Okay to Produce B Minus Work

Slowly getting more comfortable in front of a camera, and wanted to share something I heard from a podcast that helped me a lot. Take everything I say with a grain of salt, because of course this does not apply to absolutely everything. I think as an entrepreneur this makes more sense. But if you’re in medical school on your way to becoming a surgeon, then please use your common sense and good judgment when assessing the content in this video. 🙂

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Click here to listen to the podcast episode that inspired the making of this video!

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Author: Amy

Amy Lo is a millennial whose life today looks very different from what it looked like a year ago. A year ago she was living by herself in an isolated studio where she often spent many days depressed and bedridden, unable to get up to go to work, because of her soon-to-be broken-off wedding engagement. A year later she finds herself happier than she ever was in her life, and does things she never thought she could do, like waking up early and going to the gym multiple times a week! Because of her personal experience, Amy hopes to inspire and encourage other young adults who may be in a seemingly perpetual funk, by sharing things she's found helpful in positively redirecting the trajectory of her life. She believes it's never too late to turn your life around, and there is always a light at the end of the tunnel, no matter how dark it may be at the moment.

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