Pre Meds: 5 Mistakes to Avoid while studying for the mcat

Pre Meds: 5 Mistakes to Avoid While Studying for the MCAT

1) Not Having a Solid Routine. Scoring in the top percentile on the MCAT requires a rigorous, but dependable routine. The studying involved is not something that occurs over night. You have to do your research well ahead of the test date and plan your studying across several months. This means avoiding the typical trap of boom-or-bust procrastination. Bad students put off studying until the last minute and attempt to make up time by cramming a […]

Scott Adams

Scott Adams, Creator of Dilbert: How to Build Success in Life and Business

How to Fail at Almost Everything and Still Win Big Scott Adams, the creator Dilbert, built a cartoon empire from humble beginnings as a bank teller. He used the lack of satisfaction he gained from his day job to drive his desire for something more. Over the course of his career he developed an insight into the workings of success, what helped him the most and the ever present factor that luck played. “Success is […]

Lyndon B. Johnson

President Lyndon B. Johnson: 10 Ways to Become More Likable

Think Right Towards People The basic rule for winning success, according to President Lyndon Johnson, is that success is impossible to achieve without the support of others. You can’t do it all by yourself. You need mentors for guidance. You need a network for opportunity. Employers to make use of your value. Customers to give worth to your creations. Without other people, your efforts exist within a vacuum that can have little impact upon the greater […]

How to improve your mcat score

How to Improve Your MCAT Score: Three Techniques You Can Utilize Right Now

Start With Anki Compared to other tests, the MCAT requires little outright memorization to achieve a high score. Anyone can memorize facts and vocabulary, the makers of the MCAT want to test your ability to utilize critical thinking and acquired knowledge in problem solving. That being said, there are some subjects that provide the highest yield through rote memorization. Anything related to amino acids is a good example. You need to know the name, one […]

Show Your Work by Austin Kleon

Show Your Work by Austin Kleon: Ways to Effectively Spread Your Art

All you need to know about art can be summed up in a quote by comedian Steve Martin: “Be so good they can’t ignore you.” If there’s one thing to take away from any discussion on marketing and the creation of art, it’s simple: make good art and the rest will take care of itself. Of course there are ways to help nudge the process along, but if you focus on the quality of your […]

Education of a Billionaire

The Education of a Billionaire: A Reading List for the Highly Motivated

The Only Reading List You Will Ever Need What is this List? This list is a collection of book suggestions from the world’s top-leading experts and performers featured on The Tim Ferriss Show. Each of the following experts is highly regarded as an authority in their field, commanding an immense amount of respect and influence. Every book recommendation has had an impact upon the personal development, education and insight of the expert, enough that they felled compelled […]

Patient Manifesto

Patient Centered Care: A Pledge to Do Better

To all those who work in healthcare: we have gone astray. There was a time when each and every one of us dreamed of our profession as a way to help others, a way to cure and save lives and bring some sense of order back to the chaos inherent in a world of disease and illness. Even the most benign form of medicine should still exist as a service to fully better the patient. But […]

Evaluating the Patriots Week 9

Evaluating the Patriots: Week 9 on a Bye

A Surprising Move Before the Trade Deadline Most of this article will be in response to the massive and shocking trade the Patriots made last week to send linebacker Jamie Collins to the Cleveland Browns for a late third-round pick. To put this trade into perspective for  casual NFL fans, imagine the Texans trading three time Defensive MVP J.J. Watt for a late first-round pick. Imagine that same Texans team being halfway through the season at a […]

New England Patriots

Evaluating the Patriots: Week 8 Against the Bills

Official Score: 41 – 25. The New England Patriots convincing win in Orchard Park over the Buffalo Bills put them in full control of the AFC East and avenged a humiliating shutout in Week 3 of the regular season. Offense Brady Still On Top Once again, the offensive pass attack was firing on all cylinders. Brady threw for 315 yards, four touchdowns on twenty completions and looked dominant through most of the game, especially on a […]

September Reading List

Monthly Reading List: October 2016

A monthly collection of book suggestions I am currently or have recently finished reading.    Non-fiction The Emperor of All Maladies by Siddhartha Mukherjee “But Lasker and Farber only exemplify the grit, imagination, inventiveness, and optimism of generations of men and women who have waged a battle against cancer for four thousand years. In a sense, this is a military history—one in which the adversary is formless, timeless, and pervasive. Here, too, there are victories and […]