Mentorship: highs and lows

When I was in undergrad I had a professor tell me something that still sticks with me to this day: you will accomplish a lot, but you’ll need to find the right people to really grow and help push you to those achievements. You won’t want to do it on your own.

I remember it primarily because it was the first time a professor had set aside some time to talk to me about what I actually wanted to really do. I think he knew, way before I did, that becoming a doctor wasn’t going to be in the cards for me. He did however see potential, and I will be forever grateful for that. Secondly…