Sometimes wrong, but never in doubt.

While in medical school, I heard the phrase “a good surgeon is sometimes wrong, but never in doubt” often quoted. I realize that this mantra most certainly has it’s role in surgery—a place where debating the diagnosis and course of action means potentially delaying emergently life-saving treatment. By not being able to immediately decide whether

The Art of Networking: How to Approach It and Why You Should Care

Just before heading off to residency I was asked to be a part of a panel on demystifying the art of networking. And because I’ve always been very transparent about how much of my success (whatever that is) is owed to the help of others, it’s something I’m asked about often. Now that I’ve finally achieved