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Q: What is the best career and life advice for new grads?
 
 
Just live in the moment. Pour your heart into whatever it is you’re doing and get the most out of that experience
— V Lee, Corner Office
 

 
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That’s the holy grail for me. Now we’re really going to start to define value in terms that matter to the patients.
— V Lee, STAT
 


 
1. Reduce unconscious bias
2. Promote transparency
3. Revisit promotion policies
4. Create flexible work-life balance
5. Foster mentorship
— Becker's Hospital Review 2015
 

 
Mario Capecchi, 2007 Nobel Laureate in Medicine and Physiology, says, “It takes the same amount of effort to work on little questions as it does to work on big questions, so why not work on big questions.”
— V Lee, 2014