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Embracing Essentialism and Technology: A Medical Student's Journey with Uniqcret

"In the fast-paced world we live in, it's easy to get overwhelmed by the sheer volume of tasks and information we encounter daily. As a medical student, I've learned a valuable lesson: "Learn what is necessary, for what is not necessary, use aids."

This principle has been a game-changer in my academic journey. The medical field is vast, and the amount of information to memorize, like drug dosages and the periodic table, can be daunting. However, I've realized that not everything requires equal attention. Some tasks are essential and require our full focus, while others can be handled using aids.

In our modern era, we have a plethora of technological aids at our disposal. From AI tools that can draft reports to internet resources that provide quick information, these aids have significantly reduced the time spent on non-essential tasks. What used to take 8 hours can now be completed in just 1 hour!

This approach has not only made me more efficient but also less stressed. It has allowed me to focus on my primary goal - becoming a doctor, while also broadening my knowledge in other essential areas like finance, insurance, tax management, and technology.

However, this journey hasn't been without challenges. Conservative societal norms and resistance to change can be significant obstacles. But with perseverance and a clear understanding of the benefits of this approach, I've managed to overcome these hurdles.

In conclusion, focusing on the necessary and leveraging aids for the non-essential is a powerful strategy for managing our time and energy. It's about working smarter, not harder, and embracing the change that technology brings. Join me on this journey with Uniqcret." IG post

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