Saturday, 24 December 2016

A Complete and Comprehensive Blueprint on How to Career in Sport as Sport Medicine Doctor



People are always looking for ways in which they can have a highly successful career and there are things that you can do to really increase the chances of being successful.  However, if you simply overlook some tips you can still have a fulfilling career while other tips are quite necessary in order to succeed.  Working towards a successful career often begins long before you actually start the career, and sports medicine is certainly no exception.

Science to Satisfy the Needs of Sports Medicine

One of the first considerations that you should look into is ensuring if you are still in school that you are studying enough science to satisfy the needs of sports medicine.  If you are someone, who hates biology class, and tries to figure out ways to avoid other science classes then sports medicine may not be the best idea for you.  While sports medicine is not always about treating patients, it is still considered a medical field and someone who dislikes science is not likely to find happiness in the field.  However, if you really do want to find a career in sports medicine you need to look into taking as much biology, anatomy and physics classes as your school possibly offer.  

Look for Excellent Programs in the Science Fields

If you are not in school currently, look for a school that will offer excellent programs in the science fields that are required.  If you have already completed your schooling, look and see if your classes that you studied will fulfill the science needs for getting started.  If it does not, then it is best to start looking for a school that can satisfy your needs.  

Selecting the Medical School You Want to Attend

Another thing that you should closely look into is selecting the medical school you want to attend.  Not all schools are created equally.  Students who attend the best schools tend to get a higher quality education and are able to translate that higher education into better careers ultimately.  You may have to compare prices of schools to find one you can actually afford, but attending the best school you can possibly afford will certainly pay off in the long run.  

While you are looking for the perfect school to attend, consider which area of sports medicine you are interested in specializing in.  Most doctors simply cannot attend to all of the medical needs of athletes; there are far too many specialties to even try so it is best that you look for a school that is excellent in your desired specialty.  For example, a school that is highly regarded for their training of traditional medical doctors may not be as useful to you if you are looking into a career in orthopedics or even surgery.  Ensure you are training for the correct field that you are really interested in.



Residency Program in Sports Medicine

Look for a residency program that is based in the exact specialty of sports medicine that you are interested in as soon as possible.  While all doctors must do basic residency programs, many move on immediately from the residency program into sports medicine.  This is not recommended at all, due to the complex nature of the body and the strains as well as considerations when sports are involved it is best to participate in a sports medicine residency program as well before fully starting in the field.  This will allow you to maximize your hands on training and get the absolute most possible from all of your education.  A career in medicine is certainly not cheap, so do your best to ensure you are putting that education to maximum usage.

Networking For Sports Medicine Doctor

Additionally, networking can be your best friend, especially for those who are beginning.  Whether you offer your services to a semi professional team, or only to the little league team down the road it gives you the opportunity to help people learn who you are and what you are capable of doing.  You simply cannot purchase advertising that is as good for your practice.  So volunteer some of your time monitoring games and helping ensure that athletes are taken care of; people will recognize your efforts and are much more likely to use you when they need a sports medicine doctor.

Live the life you truly deserve!

Sunday, 11 December 2016

The Most Overlooked Facts About Bad Study Habits Revealed




If you are in high school or college, you know that you will not get the best grades if you have bad study habits.  Unless you are a naturally gifted student, it takes some effort to get the grade point average you need to continue in your academic career.  Even if you are gifted, bad habits can hurt your scores. 
Of course, the worst of the bad habits of studying is not studying at all.  Some people plan to go through school without cracking open a book.  It is rare for this to be an adequate response to academia.  Most people need to study.  

Avoid the Classes

Some students do not go to class.  This is another bad habit.  The teacher or professor may give you information that if not in any of the literature.  To get it, it is best to go to class.  You might be able to get it second hand from someone who did go to class, but there is nothing like hearing it for yourself.  

Ill-Equipped In the Class

Sometimes students go to class, but they go unprepared.  Some do not buy the proper literature or lab materials.  They try to get by with sharing or looking on others' work.  This is a bad habit, as they will not get the personal experience that they would with their own literature and materials. 
You can buy the right literature and lab materials, but if you do not have the right equipment and supplies.  You will suffer if you do not have the right supplies to go along with it.  If you make it a habit to show up without paper, pen, pencil, or even a laptop computer if needed, you will not be able to do your work.  

Studying Without Proper Eating

There are certain physical bad habits that make studying harder.  Studying without eating is like trying to drive a car without fuel-it does not work very well.  Studying without sleep is unproductive.  Studying with a hangover is very distracting. 

Using Music and Television during Study Hours

Listening music and watching television is good while you are cooking, taking bath, exercising alike household activities but most student listen music and keep television on while they pull their study chair too. This is a bad habit that distracts your attention and diverts your brain to absorb things well.

Avoiding Note Taking

Many students will go to class to be entertained.  This seems almost reasonable because many professors have great senses of humor.  However serious learning should be taking place as well.  If you find yourself not taking notes, you will know you are slipping into bad habits.  If you get to class and you have not read the assignment, you will be ill prepared. 

Skipping From Day-To-Day Work

Cramming for tests is a time honored tradition.  Yet, if you want to retain the material beyond the end of the semester, it is a bad habit to start.  Doing daily work will help you to understand the material that is being put into your brain.  It will help you assimilate it in a way that will help you to remember it in the long haul. 

Addiction of Social Connectivity

What is the percentage time of your social availability out of study hours?  The answer of this question reveals how student are getting addictive. Bigger kids are more addictive as they are consuming plenty of time in texting, messaging, calling push notifications, alerts and video playing. Nonstop social availability is awfully distracted bad habit that destroys valuable study hours.

Smoking, Drinking, and Drugs Taking 

Student often smoke and take dink and drug for fun. It’s an absolute myth to think these things help them to concentrate on study. Each of these has dire health risks that are known by most people.  If you smoke, you might get lung cancer.  You might also get COPD, another breathing disorder.  If you drink, you might have liver failure.  Drugs can do all kinds of damage, including damage to your brain and your educational career as well.

Excess of College Dating

Dating at any time is meant to introduce you to lots of different kinds of people. College dating should have the same goal. While college dating will give you great ideas about the person you may want to end up with for the long term, you definitely want to meet lots of people before you commit. College is the perfect time for this. With classes changing each semester and new living arrangements all the time, you meet lots of new people.

It's important to remember that dating doesn't need to mean sex or drinking. In fact, it shouldn't mean either of those things. You can't get to know someone if you're both impaired by alcohol.  Letting relationships be about sex also skews the emotional connections.

There are great ways to have fun dating in college without partying. Some of the best college dates are group dates. These allow you to get to know people in a casual atmosphere. They're low pressure, and can be great fun.

Remember that the goal of college dating is to get to know lots of different kinds of people. Excess of college dating is bad habit as it can decrease your concentration on study and ruin your career too. Stay safe, have fun, and enjoy your years at college.

Live the life you truly deserve!

Thursday, 24 November 2016

6 Daily Habits of Gratitude That Will Attract More Abundance and Joy into Your Life



"Be thankful for what you have; you’ll end up having more. If you concentrate on what you don’t have, you will never, ever have enough." - Oprah Winfrey

Daily habits of gratitude and appreciation are one of the highest emotional states you can experience. When you cultivate gratitude, you’re able to feel true joy and contentment, no matter what you have or don’t have in your life. And since the Law of Attraction states that like attracts like, when you’re grateful for what you already have, you will naturally attract more for which you can be grateful.

However, many people find that it requires great diligence to cultivate a persistent attitude of appreciation. That’s because we’ve been culturally conditioned to focus on what we don’t have, rather than appreciating what we’ve already received or achieved.

To help you combat this conditioning, here are 6 simple tips on how to make gratitude a natural daily habit, so you can attract more joy and abundance into your life all year long:

1. Take 7 minutes each morning to write down everything you appreciate in life

 

Starting your day this way primes you to be receptive and grateful for everything your day will bring. It also helps you cultivate an air of positivity that makes you naturally more attractive to other positive people – and inspires them to want to help you achieve your goals.

2. Make a conscious effort to appreciate at least 3 people every day

 

By letting people know how much you appreciate them, you increase their own sense of appreciation and self-worth and encourage them to pay this positive energy forward to other people.

While most people enjoy receiving verbal appreciation, written notes are also nice because they can be saved and re-read. (For ideas on expressing appreciation, grab your copy of The Success Principles and review Principle 53: Practice Uncommon Appreciation.)


3. Play the appreciation game

 

Set a specific time each day to consciously appreciate everything you encounter. An ideal time to do this is on your way to or from work. Appreciate the people you pass, the road you walk on, the cars that let you merge into a different lane, the street signs that make it easy for you to know where you’re going, the rain that’s nourishing the plants and trees, and so on.

Look for the good in all situations – even those you would normally view as negative. As the saying goes, “Every cloud has a silver lining.” For example, when my wife was in a car accident a few years ago, she could have chosen to berate herself or question her judgment. Instead, she focused on her gratitude for suffering only minor injuries and for the help she received from other drivers.

4.  Carry a physical token of gratitude in your pocket, such as a heart-shaped stone, crystal, or some other small item

 

A physical reminder can bring you back to your daily habit practice of gratitude when your mind has drifted elsewhere. As you reach into your pocket throughout the day and feel the token, use it as a reminder to stop, breathe and take a moment to fully experience the emotion of gratitude. The more conscious effort you put into seeking it out, the easier it will be to find it – and the more powerful your experience will be.

5. Remember to appreciate the smallest blessings

 

The best way to activate your gratitude is by acknowledging the gifts most people take for granted. If you have food in your refrigerator, clothes in your closet and a roof over your head, you are better off than 75 percent of the world’s population.
If you eat three meals a day, you are far better off than the 1 billion people on the planet who eat once a day at most.

Do you have a phone?  How about a car that allows you to travel to work or to explore the country? Is your family healthy? Do you have a computer and Internet access to stay in touch with the world, get access to education, and perform work for which you are paid? Do you have clean water to drink?

Celebrate these simple blessings. These daily conveniences are gifts that most people in the world do not enjoy.

6. Appreciate yourself

 

Finally, don’t forget to appreciate your OWN positive qualities and accomplishments. In addition to celebrating your big successes, acknowledge your small daily successes too. We all need acknowledgement, but the most important acknowledgement is that which we give ourselves.

It may not feel natural at first to focus on appreciating what you already have, but by faithfully practicing the daily habits of gratitude outlined in this article, you’ll begin to change your conditioning.

To kick-start your daily gratitude practice, take a few moments to share at least three things for which you’re grateful for in the comments. Even the smallest act of gratitude will have a positive impact on your life.
I look forward to reading what you share!

Live the life you truly deserve! 


Courtesy from my good friend Jack Canfield, America's #1 Success Coach, is founder of the billion-dollar book brand Chicken Soup for the Soul® and a leading authority on Peak Performance and Life Success. If you're ready to jump-start your life, make more money, and have more fun and joy in all that you do, get FREE success tips from Jack Canfield now at: www.FreeSuccessStrategies.com
 
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