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We’re not all born with innate knowledge of our calling. For a lot of us, our career develops as we go along and will often depend on who you meet and the connections you make.

Learn from your mistakes, but hang on to your dreams tenaciously.

It’s a joy to work with a population that understands how exercise is medicine.

Everything you hear, doubt it actively, in the sense of examining its credibility, its verifiability, and its inferences. 

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