#HAWMC Day 14.
Write about moments you feel like you can take on the world. Where, when, and how often does this happen?
It’s the little things really.
When I throw that come hither look at my husband and he throws the same glance back at me. 🙂
When my sons kiss me and tell me they miss me. Or that I’m the coolest Mom ever.
When my patients thank me after a clinic visit. Or when they’re about to go home from the hospital.
When I’m not late for clinic. When I finish my clinic on time or even early.
When I figure out a complicated case and help out a patient.
On my way to a vacation with my family. Or at the end of it, when I feel re-energized to go back to work.
When I got that email that said my application for a teaching innovation was accepted or that my research proposal made it to the semi-finals of the Stanford MedX/Symplur Social Media Research Challenge. Certainly, that moment when I won the Gawad Pangulo.
Going down the stage after a successful presentation. And lately, when some people come up and ask for a selfie with me. 🙂
When Denise Silber said I’m speaking at #Doctors20 in Paris.
Every night as everyone settles down to sleep and I’m hunching over the computer writing the latest blog post or working on a slide deck. That moment when I hit the publish button. Or complete an upload at Slideshare.net. Whenever I witness authentic helpfulness on Twitter.
Completing this! My 14th day blog post for #HAWMC – we’re halfway there.
Let me end with this from Frank A. Clark –
Everyone is trying to accomplish something big, not realizing that life is made up of little things.