Crossing the Finish LineCrossing the Finish LineWhat to expect andWhat to expect andHow to prepare for the job searchHow t...
Faculty DisclosureFaculty DisclosureI do not have any relevant financialI do not have any relevant financialrelationship(s...
Goals and ObjectivesGoals and ObjectivesAfter this lecture, the resident should be able to:After this lecture, the residen...
What We Are Not Going to TalkWhat We Are Not Going to TalkAbout TodayAbout Today– Interviewing wellInterviewing well– Livi...
What do I do Now?What do I do Now?• Obtain extra copies of medical school diplomasObtain extra copies of medical school di...
And Later?And Later?• License processing fee to Springfield: 8 weeks andLicense processing fee to Springfield: 8 weeks and...
Send in a Picture you Identify withSend in a Picture you Identify with
• Seniors: when your ABEM paperworkSeniors: when your ABEM paperworkarrives in April-May, send it in ASAParrives in April-...
Totals?Totals?• $4000-5000, without the travel expenses$4000-5000, without the travel expenses• 4-7 months, depending on t...
I have a license, but no job.I have a license, but no job.Now what?Now what?• Prepare CV and customize itPrepare CV and cu...
Where do I Start?Where do I Start?• Write out your dream:Write out your dream:– cases, type of practice, lifestyle, group ...
What if I don’t love it?What if I don’t love it?• Remember ACEP, EMRA, SAEM, recentRemember ACEP, EMRA, SAEM, recentgradua...
Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• What are my goals?What are my goals?• How do I want to be compensated?...
FORCEFORCE• FFamily satisfaction with location/ lifestyleamily satisfaction with location/ lifestyle• OOpportunity to beco...
Goals for the DayGoals for the Day• Mechanics of a job searchMechanics of a job search• Preparing a CVPreparing a CV• Iden...
Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• Most residents use one of the following:Most residents use one of the ...
Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• 74% of all residents rate location as #174% of all residents rate loca...
Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• Over 50% change jobs after first yearOver 50% change jobs after first ...
Geography of a SearchGeography of a Search• CollegeCollege• Medical SchoolMedical School• ResidencyResidency• NOW, YOU CHO...
Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job SearchIt’s NOT a job search…It’s NOT a job search…It’s the beginning of yourIt...
Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career SearchHow do other professionals evaluateHow do other professionals eval...
ScorecardScorecard• IndustryIndustry• CompanyCompany• Claim to fameClaim to fame• Job descriptionJob description• Training...
IndustryIndustry• AT&T Wireless:AT&T Wireless:– $400 billion annually, quadrupled since ’98$400 billion annually, quadrupl...
CompanyCompany• AT&T $150 billion market valueAT&T $150 billion market value• Merger with Cingular added up to $85 billion...
Claim to fameClaim to fame• Ranked #1 by JDPower for 5 conseqRanked #1 by JDPower for 5 conseqyearsyears• Outstanding bran...
Opportunity ScorecardOpportunity Scorecard• IndustryIndustry• CompanyCompany• Claim to fameClaim to fame• Job DescriptionJ...
Scorecard:Scorecard:Location not a variableLocation not a variable• Sacrifice salary if location is moreSacrifice salary i...
Emergency Medicine OpportunityEmergency Medicine OpportunityScorecardScorecard• Industry: Emergency MedicineIndustry: Emer...
Emergency Medicine OpportunityEmergency Medicine OpportunityScorecard (continued)Scorecard (continued)• Compensation—salar...
Scorecard, continuedScorecard, continued• Industry-Emergency MedicineIndustry-Emergency Medicine• Typical day: shift work ...
Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career SearchCompanyCompany• Hospital EmployeeHospital Employee• AcademicsAcade...
Site Specific IssuesSite Specific Issues• Ask to talk to other physiciansAsk to talk to other physicians• Talk to the last...
Growth OpportunityGrowth Opportunity• How long can you do clinical medicine?How long can you do clinical medicine?• Leader...
Training: this is not my last job,Training: this is not my last job,what can I learn here?what can I learn here?• Orientat...
Mechanics of a Career searchMechanics of a Career searchClaim to FameClaim to Fame• Leader in the area (best residency? Be...
Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career Search• Don’t fall for the upfront dollarsDon’t fall for the upfront dol...
LocationLocation• Pick a region of the countryPick a region of the country• Be flexible within the regionBe flexible withi...
How important is it?How important is it?• 17 shifts/ month17 shifts/ month• 13-14 days off13-14 days off• 60-120 min from ...
LocationLocation• Spouse’s opinionSpouse’s opinion• Spouse’s jobSpouse’s job• Social settingSocial setting• Children’s edu...
Emergency Medicine ScorecardEmergency Medicine Scorecard• Industry: Emergency MedicineIndustry: Emergency Medicine• Compan...
The DealThe Deal• Basics – CompensationBasics – Compensation• Production basedProduction based• Salary plus productionSala...
Give it timeGive it time• Look at resources: ACEP, EMRA, AAEMLook at resources: ACEP, EMRA, AAEM• Like in marriage, both n...
Frustrations of early attendingFrustrations of early attendingyears, anonymousyears, anonymousNot being able to spend my n...
What if it’s still not right?What if it’s still not right?• EmergencyEmergencyDepartment DirectorDepartment Director• Phys...
• Director, StateDirector, StateDepartment of PublicDepartment of PublicHealthHealth• President, AmericanPresident, Americ...
• Volunteer, DoctorsVolunteer, Doctorswithout Borderswithout Borders• Director of MedicareDirector of MedicarePart B, Regi...
What Else is There?What Else is There?• Evaluating offer/contractEvaluating offer/contract– Ask resources/mentor(s)Ask res...
Key PointsKey Points• Simple CVSimple CV• Think about this as a career choice, withThink about this as a career choice, wi...
Getting startedGetting started• Sit down and identify your goalsSit down and identify your goals• Get out on the floor thi...
Remember,Remember,• Most residents will secure a job in the firstMost residents will secure a job in the firstquarter of t...
Questions?Questions?
YOU ARE IN THE DRIVER’S SEATYOU ARE IN THE DRIVER’S SEATGOOD LUCK!!!GOOD LUCK!!!
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  1. 1. Crossing the Finish LineCrossing the Finish LineWhat to expect andWhat to expect andHow to prepare for the job searchHow to prepare for the job searchMila Felder, MDMila Felder, MDCredits to multiple ACEP, SAEM presentations and multipleCredits to multiple ACEP, SAEM presentations and multipleChrist faculty membersChrist faculty members
  2. 2. Faculty DisclosureFaculty DisclosureI do not have any relevant financialI do not have any relevant financialrelationship(s) with any commercialrelationship(s) with any commercialinterest(s).interest(s).
  3. 3. Goals and ObjectivesGoals and ObjectivesAfter this lecture, the resident should be able to:After this lecture, the resident should be able to:• DiscussDiscuss– The timeline and necessary licensure/The timeline and necessary licensure/credentials/ costs involved (handout)credentials/ costs involved (handout)– Initial steps in the job searchInitial steps in the job search– CV overviewCV overview– Evaluating opportunities (and options)Evaluating opportunities (and options)• Preview : FinancialPreview : Financial• Attending tips for the first years out ofAttending tips for the first years out oftrainingtraining
  4. 4. What We Are Not Going to TalkWhat We Are Not Going to TalkAbout TodayAbout Today– Interviewing wellInterviewing well– Living through your first litigationLiving through your first litigation– Extensive Financial planningExtensive Financial planning– Initiating a successful business practiceInitiating a successful business practice– WellnessWellness– Careers in Academic EMCareers in Academic EM
  5. 5. What do I do Now?What do I do Now?• Obtain extra copies of medical school diplomasObtain extra copies of medical school diplomas– 1-2 weeks : YESTERDAY… YOU MEAN YOU1-2 weeks : YESTERDAY… YOU MEAN YOUHAVEN‘T?HAVEN‘T?• Print out and fill out USMLE III application (orPrint out and fill out USMLE III application (oronline)—combined with IL License application inonline)—combined with IL License application insome states, including IL:some states, including IL:– 4-6 weeks to register/ schedule and 4-6 weeks for4-6 weeks to register/ schedule and 4-6 weeks forresults. Do not stress about the test.results. Do not stress about the test.
  6. 6. And Later?And Later?• License processing fee to Springfield: 8 weeks andLicense processing fee to Springfield: 8 weeks and$700.00.$700.00.– Locums will pay for states they send you toLocums will pay for states they send you to• State Physician-controlled Substance License $5.00State Physician-controlled Substance License $5.00and up to 8 weeksand up to 8 weeks• DEA application 6 weeks and $751.00DEA application 6 weeks and $751.00• Apply for NPI number (on line, a few minutes, free)Apply for NPI number (on line, a few minutes, free)• Talk to your potential references, ask to prepareTalk to your potential references, ask to prepareletters in advanceletters in advance
  7. 7. Send in a Picture you Identify withSend in a Picture you Identify with
  8. 8. • Seniors: when your ABEM paperworkSeniors: when your ABEM paperworkarrives in April-May, send it in ASAParrives in April-May, send it in ASAP– Registration for Boards $355.00 (Apr-Jun30)Registration for Boards $355.00 (Apr-Jun30)– Written exam registr. $960.00 (June-Oct.)Written exam registr. $960.00 (June-Oct.)– Nov 11-17 Qualifying (written)examNov 11-17 Qualifying (written)exam– Oral Board Exam May $1225.00Oral Board Exam May $1225.00• Staff privileges application $100.00 andStaff privileges application $100.00 andup; save IL State Healthcare Providerup; save IL State Healthcare ProviderApplication DataApplication Data
  9. 9. Totals?Totals?• $4000-5000, without the travel expenses$4000-5000, without the travel expenses• 4-7 months, depending on the state4-7 months, depending on the stateapplied forapplied for
  10. 10. I have a license, but no job.I have a license, but no job.Now what?Now what?• Prepare CV and customize itPrepare CV and customize it• Find 1-2 geographically desirableFind 1-2 geographically desirablerecruitment firmsrecruitment firms• Window shop (and follow-up)Window shop (and follow-up)• Learn the market (network)Learn the market (network)• Go on “practice interviews”Go on “practice interviews”• Think of what you are bringing to practiceThink of what you are bringing to practice
  11. 11. Where do I Start?Where do I Start?• Write out your dream:Write out your dream:– cases, type of practice, lifestyle, group size,cases, type of practice, lifestyle, group size,patients per day, on call?patients per day, on call?• Ideally, where do you want to be?Ideally, where do you want to be?– Geography/ weather/ family/ social goalsGeography/ weather/ family/ social goals• Community with greater need (problems)Community with greater need (problems)with offer more money.with offer more money.– If that’s what you want, prepare to sacrificeIf that’s what you want, prepare to sacrifice
  12. 12. What if I don’t love it?What if I don’t love it?• Remember ACEP, EMRA, SAEM, recentRemember ACEP, EMRA, SAEM, recentgraduates and networkinggraduates and networking• First job (or any job) does not have to beFirst job (or any job) does not have to beforeverforever– 43% of physicians that start a job are no43% of physicians that start a job are nolonger there after 2 years.longer there after 2 years.– This may be a learning experience and isThis may be a learning experience and isgood as thatgood as that
  13. 13. Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• What are my goals?What are my goals?• How do I want to be compensated?How do I want to be compensated?• Do I want ownership?Do I want ownership?• Where will I be happy (geography)?Where will I be happy (geography)?
  14. 14. FORCEFORCE• FFamily satisfaction with location/ lifestyleamily satisfaction with location/ lifestyle• OOpportunity to become a partner and earnpportunity to become a partner and earncompensation based on individual effortcompensation based on individual effort• RReasonable working conditionseasonable working conditions• CCamaraderie with co-workersamaraderie with co-workers• EEquity from day one with shift assignment andquity from day one with shift assignment andincentivesincentives
  15. 15. Goals for the DayGoals for the Day• Mechanics of a job searchMechanics of a job search• Preparing a CVPreparing a CV• Identifying your goalsIdentifying your goals• Evaluating a potential offerEvaluating a potential offer
  16. 16. Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• Most residents use one of the following:Most residents use one of the following:– Residency search (who do I know here?)Residency search (who do I know here?)– Hometown search (who do I want near me?)Hometown search (who do I want near me?)– ““Guess where I’ll live”Guess where I’ll live”
  17. 17. Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• 74% of all residents rate location as #174% of all residents rate location as #1prioritypriority• 14% compensation14% compensation• 11% type of group11% type of group
  18. 18. Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job Search• Over 50% change jobs after first yearOver 50% change jobs after first year• Most of these moves are PHYSICIAN’sMost of these moves are PHYSICIAN’sCHOICECHOICE
  19. 19. Geography of a SearchGeography of a Search• CollegeCollege• Medical SchoolMedical School• ResidencyResidency• NOW, YOU CHOOSENOW, YOU CHOOSE
  20. 20. Mechanics of a Job SearchMechanics of a Job SearchIt’s NOT a job search…It’s NOT a job search…It’s the beginning of yourIt’s the beginning of yourCAREER!CAREER!
  21. 21. Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career SearchHow do other professionals evaluateHow do other professionals evaluateopportunities?opportunities?• National recruiting and staffing firmsNational recruiting and staffing firms• Many different methods, depending on aMany different methods, depending on alevel of an employeelevel of an employee• Choose a consistent process to increaseChoose a consistent process to increasechance of successchance of success
  22. 22. ScorecardScorecard• IndustryIndustry• CompanyCompany• Claim to fameClaim to fame• Job descriptionJob description• TrainingTraining• Typical dayTypical day• CompensationCompensation• Growth opportunityGrowth opportunity
  23. 23. IndustryIndustry• AT&T Wireless:AT&T Wireless:– $400 billion annually, quadrupled since ’98$400 billion annually, quadrupled since ’98– Projected ONE OF THE FASTEST growthProjected ONE OF THE FASTEST growthindustries over 10 yearsindustries over 10 years– Profitable, stable, very fast growingProfitable, stable, very fast growing– Dominated by a few providersDominated by a few providers– Dynamic present growth is predicted toDynamic present growth is predicted tocontinue for at least 2 decadescontinue for at least 2 decades
  24. 24. CompanyCompany• AT&T $150 billion market valueAT&T $150 billion market value• Merger with Cingular added up to $85 billionMerger with Cingular added up to $85 billion• New market leader with 29% share (Verizon 24, SprintNew market leader with 29% share (Verizon 24, Sprint10, T Mobile 9, Nextel 8)10, T Mobile 9, Nextel 8)• Up from $5 billion in ’98Up from $5 billion in ’98• 3 main sales channels: stores, business to business3 main sales channels: stores, business to businesssales, national/ government salessales, national/ government sales• Proactive competitive corporate cultureProactive competitive corporate culture
  25. 25. Claim to fameClaim to fame• Ranked #1 by JDPower for 5 conseqRanked #1 by JDPower for 5 conseqyearsyears• Outstanding brand name awarenessOutstanding brand name awareness• Excellent quality cell phonesExcellent quality cell phones• Excellent call coverage (doubled withExcellent call coverage (doubled withCingular)Cingular)• Competitive pricing, one stop shoppingCompetitive pricing, one stop shopping• Global organization, variety of servicesGlobal organization, variety of services
  26. 26. Opportunity ScorecardOpportunity Scorecard• IndustryIndustry• CompanyCompany• Claim to fameClaim to fame• Job DescriptionJob Description• TrainingTraining• Typical dayTypical day• CompensationCompensation• Growth opportunityGrowth opportunity
  27. 27. Scorecard:Scorecard:Location not a variableLocation not a variable• Sacrifice salary if location is moreSacrifice salary if location is moreimportantimportant• Location is the primary concern for lowerLocation is the primary concern for lowerlevel occupationslevel occupations• Midlevel occupations use location as tieMidlevel occupations use location as tiebreakerbreaker• executive rarely consider itexecutive rarely consider it
  28. 28. Emergency Medicine OpportunityEmergency Medicine OpportunityScorecardScorecard• Industry: Emergency MedicineIndustry: Emergency Medicine• Company—history, structure, track recordCompany—history, structure, track record• Growth opportunity—directorship,Growth opportunity—directorship,leadershipleadership• Training—orientation, mentorshipTraining—orientation, mentorship
  29. 29. Emergency Medicine OpportunityEmergency Medicine OpportunityScorecard (continued)Scorecard (continued)• Compensation—salary, benefits,Compensation—salary, benefits,retirement, equityretirement, equity• Typical Day-Shifts, scheduling, acuityTypical Day-Shifts, scheduling, acuity• Job description—position availableJob description—position available• Location—just one variable, not a keyLocation—just one variable, not a keyissueissue
  30. 30. Scorecard, continuedScorecard, continued• Industry-Emergency MedicineIndustry-Emergency Medicine• Typical day: shift work (how long? Acuity?)Typical day: shift work (how long? Acuity?)• Job description—take care of sick or notJob description—take care of sick or notso sick, academic vs community practiceso sick, academic vs community practice
  31. 31. Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career SearchCompanyCompany• Hospital EmployeeHospital Employee• AcademicsAcademics• Single hospital groupSingle hospital group• Multi-hospital groupMulti-hospital group• Equity vs. No equityEquity vs. No equity
  32. 32. Site Specific IssuesSite Specific Issues• Ask to talk to other physiciansAsk to talk to other physicians• Talk to the last partnerTalk to the last partner• Talk to last non-partnerTalk to last non-partner• Talk to people who have left the companyTalk to people who have left the company• What is a partner?What is a partner?
  33. 33. Growth OpportunityGrowth Opportunity• How long can you do clinical medicine?How long can you do clinical medicine?• Leadership opportunities?Leadership opportunities?• Is the company growing?Is the company growing?• Track others and ask for examples ofTrack others and ask for examples ofleadership advancementleadership advancement
  34. 34. Training: this is not my last job,Training: this is not my last job,what can I learn here?what can I learn here?• OrientationOrientation• Ongoing clinical educationOngoing clinical education• Coding/documentation feedbackCoding/documentation feedback• Mentors—Clinical? Administrative?Mentors—Clinical? Administrative?Academic?Academic?
  35. 35. Mechanics of a Career searchMechanics of a Career searchClaim to FameClaim to Fame• Leader in the area (best residency? BestLeader in the area (best residency? Bestincome? Most fair?)income? Most fair?)• Company reputation (history behind theCompany reputation (history behind thename)name)• Any awards or recognitionAny awards or recognition• Unmatched employee satisfaction?Unmatched employee satisfaction?Retention?Retention?
  36. 36. Mechanics of a Career SearchMechanics of a Career Search• Don’t fall for the upfront dollarsDon’t fall for the upfront dollars• Look at 10 years projections for yourselfLook at 10 years projections for yourselfand the companyand the company• Compare apples to applesCompare apples to apples
  37. 37. LocationLocation• Pick a region of the countryPick a region of the country• Be flexible within the regionBe flexible within the region• Be willing to relocate for an opportunityBe willing to relocate for an opportunity
  38. 38. How important is it?How important is it?• 17 shifts/ month17 shifts/ month• 13-14 days off13-14 days off• 60-120 min from prime locations60-120 min from prime locations
  39. 39. LocationLocation• Spouse’s opinionSpouse’s opinion• Spouse’s jobSpouse’s job• Social settingSocial setting• Children’s educationChildren’s educationLOCATION SHOULD BE A TIELOCATION SHOULD BE A TIEBREAKER!!!BREAKER!!!
  40. 40. Emergency Medicine ScorecardEmergency Medicine Scorecard• Industry: Emergency MedicineIndustry: Emergency Medicine• Company—history, structure, track recordCompany—history, structure, track record• Growth opportunity—directorship, leadershipGrowth opportunity—directorship, leadership• Training—orientation, mentorshipTraining—orientation, mentorship• compensation—salary, benefits, retirement,compensation—salary, benefits, retirement,equityequity• Claim to fame—proud to wear logoClaim to fame—proud to wear logo• Job description—position availableJob description—position available• Location—just one variable, not a key issueLocation—just one variable, not a key issue
  41. 41. The DealThe Deal• Basics – CompensationBasics – Compensation• Production basedProduction based• Salary plus productionSalary plus production• Salary plus bonusSalary plus bonus• BenefitsBenefits• Malpractice coverage – claims made,Malpractice coverage – claims made,occurrence and tail coverageoccurrence and tail coverage
  42. 42. Give it timeGive it time• Look at resources: ACEP, EMRA, AAEMLook at resources: ACEP, EMRA, AAEM• Like in marriage, both need to adjustLike in marriage, both need to adjust• Discuss with your mentor(s) and peersDiscuss with your mentor(s) and peers• Go prepared: things to do before 1Go prepared: things to do before 1ststshiftshift• Maintain outside lifeMaintain outside life• Stay in touch!Stay in touch!
  43. 43. Frustrations of early attendingFrustrations of early attendingyears, anonymousyears, anonymousNot being able to spend my new wealthNot being able to spend my new wealthfast enoughfast enoughLearning to suffer foolsLearning to suffer fools
  44. 44. What if it’s still not right?What if it’s still not right?• EmergencyEmergencyDepartment DirectorDepartment Director• Physician working inPhysician working infreestanding urgentfreestanding urgentcare unitcare unit• Director, Multi-Director, Multi-hospital emergencyhospital emergencymedicine groupmedicine group• Chief Researcher,Chief Researcher,University ofUniversity ofMichigan, Division ofMichigan, Division ofEmergency MedicalEmergency MedicalServicesServices• Physician on a cruisePhysician on a cruiseshipship• Medical Director,Medical Director,EMS SystemEMS System
  45. 45. • Director, StateDirector, StateDepartment of PublicDepartment of PublicHealthHealth• President, AmericanPresident, AmericanCollege of EmergencyCollege of EmergencyPhysiciansPhysicians• Injury control expertInjury control expertat NHTSAat NHTSA• Health Policy Fellow,Health Policy Fellow,Robert WoodRobert WoodJohnson FoundationJohnson Foundation• Undersecretary forUndersecretary forVeterans HealthVeterans HealthAffairsAffairs• Governor, State ofGovernor, State ofOregonOregon
  46. 46. • Volunteer, DoctorsVolunteer, Doctorswithout Borderswithout Borders• Director of MedicareDirector of MedicarePart B, RegionalPart B, RegionalInsurance CompanyInsurance Company• Book author, ERBook author, ER• Executive Director,Executive Director,Professional SocietyProfessional Society• TV Health AdvisorTV Health Advisor• Director, QIODirector, QIO(Quality Improvement(Quality ImprovementOrganization), StateOrganization), Stateof Ohioof Ohio• Venture CapitalVenture CapitalSpecialist, HealthcareSpecialist, Healthcare• Vice President forVice President forMedical Information,Medical Information,WebMDWebMD
  47. 47. What Else is There?What Else is There?• Evaluating offer/contractEvaluating offer/contract– Ask resources/mentor(s)Ask resources/mentor(s)– Extra documents availableExtra documents available• Financial PlanningFinancial Planning– Saving/ investingSaving/ investing– Paying off loansPaying off loans– Starting practiceStarting practice– InsuranceInsurance• BillingBilling• Malpractice PrepMalpractice Prep• Other options?/JobOther options?/JobSpecific searchSpecific search• Careers within EM andCareers within EM andFellowshipsFellowships• Starting and running aStarting and running abusinessbusiness• Wellness: tomorrow andWellness: tomorrow andbeyondbeyond
  48. 48. Key PointsKey Points• Simple CVSimple CV• Think about this as a career choice, withThink about this as a career choice, with10 year projections10 year projections• Use leverage to maximize your tax freeUse leverage to maximize your tax freesavingssavings• Location should be one variable!Location should be one variable!
  49. 49. Getting startedGetting started• Sit down and identify your goalsSit down and identify your goals• Get out on the floor this weekGet out on the floor this week• Look at a minimum of 3-4 jobsLook at a minimum of 3-4 jobs• Try to get it right the first timeTry to get it right the first time
  50. 50. Remember,Remember,• Most residents will secure a job in the firstMost residents will secure a job in the firstquarter of the final yearquarter of the final year• GOOD JOBS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLEGOOD JOBS ARE ALWAYS AVAILABLEFOR GOOD DOCTORS. ANYTIME OFFOR GOOD DOCTORS. ANYTIME OFTHE YEAR. IT’S NEVER TOO LATE ANDTHE YEAR. IT’S NEVER TOO LATE ANDNEVER TOO EARLYNEVER TOO EARLY
  51. 51. Questions?Questions?
  52. 52. YOU ARE IN THE DRIVER’S SEATYOU ARE IN THE DRIVER’S SEATGOOD LUCK!!!GOOD LUCK!!!

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