Interestingly enough, for a pharmacist who needs 15 hours of continuing education per year, this equates to roughly 600 hours of education over the course of a typical career. In 600 hours, we would also have 15 week long vacations checked off.
This 600 hours, as 15 weeks is really only 4 months long. It seems like a small amount of time that can have such a significant impact on your career.
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.“– Abraham Lincoln
What if we spent even a quarter of the time planning what education to take (or create) as we do for planning our vacations?
Seems like time well spent.
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