Depending on whether you plan to work as a general physician or as another type of doctor, training can take between 11 and 16 years. Most doctors complete at least four years of undergraduate school, followed by four years of medical school and then three to eight years of residency programs.
Why am I telling you this?
Well, I think sometimes we forget that there’s a process towards achieving our goals. I mean, if it takes almost 11 to 16 years of schooling (training) to become a doctor, what makes you think that you’re going to be properly equipped and trained enough to be in the position to receive, maintain, and elevate your intended goal?
Be honest, would you want a doctor that did not have the proper schooling or training operating on you? Would you want that same doctor administering any type of medication to you? Really, would you?
I didn’t think so.
Think about that the next time you decide that you’re just not going to be patient with yourself when achieving a goal big or small.
Allow yourself to grow. You need to be plowed and penetrated in the way that’ll mold you to become the individual that’s going to withstand any and everything coming your way.
People always fight with the plowed and penetration process.
Doing so is like going to college for a bachelor’s degree and getting pissed off because it doesn’t happen in two years. It makes no sense. It’s a little foolish, actually.
Wherever you are in your life just remember that life is ALWAYS preparing you for something.
Whatever is happening to you is necessary. Figure out what you need to learn, learn it, and move on; because, there’s another lesson on its way.
Training day every day.
Plant.Water. Wait. Repeat.