Dependable not only means being obedient but also at the same time, making my parents proud for things they did not necessarily tell me to do. For example graduating from a prestigious school, fulfilling their wishes and always putting family first.
Because I am three years older than my brother, I automatically know a few more things about life and medical school. I am here not only to help him with his studies but to always let him know that there will be someone to guide him when things get rough.
Uncooperative meaning always exciting. Whether it’s studying, eating out or simply doing nothing it pays to keep things interesting and light. Despite the misleading title it means being able to function as a unit and remain in sync with each other.
It’s not enough to just get the work done but to also get it done on the date and time agreed upon. Working with groupmates also means learning to work together to be the best team we can be while still managing to enjoy each other’s company.
Though I may always be missing in action when my high school organize dinners and events, I always make sure to remain in close contact with them. After all being a friend will always mean more than just being physically present.
Being an Ateneo clerk means juggling quite a lot of responsibilities. We have MBA subjects on top of the medicine course. As such I seek to find balance in prioritizing between the many different subjects we have. In addition to that being a pioneer is not without its burdens. As such I seek to face the challenge head on to not only prove my school and program’s cedibility but to show the world that one must never be afraid to be different and to believe. I hope to be able to integrate the MD and MBA in future practice through not only being a run of the mill physician. Depending on the specialty I go to I can perhaps integrate it by being a Sleep Specialist with her own sleep laboratory or an Oncologist with Cancer center and research facility that employs a holistic approach in the treatment of the disease.
Because life cannot be all work and no play, I will include what is perhaps my biggest passion. It is no secret that I like good food and have been known to constantly eat like there’s no tomorrow. That said, I believe I can use this to create a business that I will not only be profitable but something that I will truly enjoy running be it a high end restaurant, food lab, food tasting company.
The different methods to monitor my progress and to ensure that I keep going on my chosen path.
Transcript of "20 year marketing plan tasha"
The Michelin Guide: An indulgent stroll through a refined universe accompanied by high tea. 20 year Marketing Plan for Savant Tasha<br />Tasha Tan <br />October 2010<br />
Table of Contents/Ingredients for Success<br />Vision and Mission<br />Roles<br />Monitors<br />Historical Performance <br />Conclusion<br />
Vision and Mission / Mis en Place<br />My purpose is to continuously improve myself to achieve savant status bearing in mind that I am here to ultimately share and give back to society and contribute to a brighter more refined future through<br />Maximizing learning in all fields of interest. To be able to practice medicine as a consultant and create my restaurant or set-up another business, with integrity and competence. <br />Practicing the correct way to do any procedure be it IV insertions to good accounting practices. Upholding professionalism is paramount.<br />Respecting all persons I encounter in the workplace and lead by example.<br />Minimum effort = maximum output.<br />Creativity is key. Break barriers and take risks.<br />
The Perfect Surgery StudentSurgical Recall by Lorne H. Blackbourne<br />Is never hungry, thirsty or tired – Prepare to sacrifice! Master yourself and your limits<br />Smiles a lot and has a good sense of humor – good perspective and disposition<br />Reads from a surgery text every Day – Plan, prepare and know your enemy <br />Makes things happen – Initiative! Planning is not enough.<br />Loves to do scutwork and can never get enough – Always have the end in sight.<br />
The Perfect Surgery StudentSurgical Recall by Lorne H. Blackbourne<br />Knows more about her patient than anybody else – Strive for and maintain quality!<br />Never correct anyone during rounds unless it will affect patient care – Respect for peers.<br />Never asks questions he can look up for himself – Self-sufficiency! No to stupidity!<br />Is a team player – Learn to deal with people<br />Is honest and always admits faults and errors – Always remain humble. Lead by example.<br />Gives credit where credit is due. – Be grateful<br />
The Perfect Surgery StudentSurgical Recall by Lorne H. Blackbourne<br />Is not afraid to help when needed – Be brave! Take risks and learn from them.<br />Treats Everyone with Respect – This applies not only to colleagues and superiors but to patients and juniors as well. <br />
Define HammerheadSurgical Recall by Lorne H. Blackbourne<br />A hammerhead is an individual who places his head to the ground and hammers through any and all obstacles to get a job done and then asks for more work. – Innovate and think outside the box but never give up when trying to achieve something.<br />One who gives 110% and never complains. – Dedication! <br />One who desires work. – Learn to love work!<br />
Michelin Stars<br />Struggling Medical Clerk<br />25 years old<br />Dependable Daughter<br />Supportive Sister<br />Uncooperative Girlfriend<br />M.I.A. Friend<br />Reliable Groupmate<br />Bottomless Pit<br />Broke and living with parents<br />Practicing Consultant with at least one medical businesses and affiliation with research in respective field <br />Healthy and happy 45 year old<br />Supports parents in their retirement<br />Practices medicine closely with brother<br />Not so uncooperative partner<br />Friend and business partner<br />Reliable colleague <br />Future innovator in the food industry<br />Living in own house earning at least 3 million pesos a year <br />
Michelin Stars: Conclusion<br />The journey to being a savant should never be measured by the number of Michelin Stars I get but should instead be taken into perspective. Trying my best and being brave and firm in principles will often warrant a win in book. Lastly but perhaps more importantly is the way you treat the people you take with you or you encounter on the trip. Much like eating out, the restaurant need not be decorated to satisfy a customer. In fact more can be taken from the experience. That said, I strive to make the people involved in my journey and continue to improve and move forward without losing myself.<br />
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