Steven Manobianco! Steve is a second year medical student, a late bloomer, and martial artist. In this conversation, we talk about the importance of getting a punch to the face, failure as a practice for success, and the spirituality in a doctor’s office.
I hope you enjoy! 🙂
Before Steve dies, he wants…
to make things better than he found them,
to push things forward,
and to change medical culture.
When Steve dies, he wants…
to be content with what he’s done,
and to have as few regrets as possible.
After Steve dies, he wants…
to be remembered for more than his work.
In conclusion, Steve says…
“If you are struggling right now… these experiences are universal. Everyone doubts themselves or goes through some of hardship, or should because it defines us and makes us who we are.
So don’t be afraid to talk about it. Don’t be afraid to reach out and speak to someone.”
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