What I Learned When I Met Kobe Bryant And Applying it to Premed
Kobe Bryant’s untimely death was tragic and an immense loss for the world. Although I didn’t know him well personally, I saw him plenty of times at UC Irvine’s Anteater Recreation Center (where I went to undergrad) and even met him once.
To truly understand him and his unbelievable work ethic is something that everyone should take a moment to do, especially those of you who are trying to learn how to get into medical school.
If you have been struggling in premed or college, if you haven’t been achieving at your best, or if you want to simply honor Kobe Bryant with a renewed focus, work ethic, and #MambaMentality, you should watch this video now.
I cover so much more in the video and show you how we can all honor Kobe Bryant’s loss in the best way and make our lives and others’ lives better, so make sure to check it out now.
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