“Everyone is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.” – Albert Einstein.

Use the right ruler, set the right goals. Be awesome, become a genius.

Ethics #1.

Working on my school assignment for this week, writing an MBA oath. There are so many great values we want to and should strive for as business professionals, as leaders, as a person. On top of that, there’s the pharmacy oath. That’s another set of values on how to do good for patients and conduct as a healthcare provider. Combined, that’s a lot of awesomeness but also a lot of responsibility. It can get heavy at times, but it’s motivation and positive energy on most days.

“The price of greatness is responsibility” – Winston Churchill.


We admire professional athletes or just those better than us because they are athletic, gifted and talented, or own such a depth of skillset. We constantly forget something. What were we doing when they are practicing? What were we doing when they are reviewing videos or mentally reflecting on it?

Being athletic lets us have fun, but to be good at something, that’s another level. There’s so much more than physical characteristics. Athletism can take us so far, but it’s still the sweat that makes the difference.





It’s apparently Oct 1, 2017. The significance? I can recall Oct 1, 2016 and I don’t know what happened in the last year. I know I did a lot of stuff, like 2 school courses, 2 vacations, a lot of work, time for family in Vancouver, but like what happened in the world? I feel like I’ve been consumed with my own life and goals that I’ve completely fallen out of touch with the world. Definitely missed every movie I wanted to see this year, most of the news that is happening in the world, all kinds of events happening near my life, etc. Time to work on this life balance and time management thing. By the way, what is popular these days?