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Failing to prepare is preparing to fail by Marvin Munzu

Congratulations, you are just a step away from  becoming a pharmacist.

There are 3 steps to succeed in your pre reg year

  1. Strategy

Failing to prepare is preparing to fail”.

The key to succeeding in your pre reg year is ‘hard work’.  Prepare yourself for success by developing a robust pre reg success strategy. The best way to get a proven strategy is to model other students who have passed the pre reg year. What did they do? how did they do it ? With whom?

The first step is to develop a success plan. Once you have created your plan, you are half way there, now move to the next step. You can develop an effective strategy by attending team pre reg training courses

  1. Change your limiting Beliefs

sUccess all depends on the second letter

Whether you think you can or you think you can’t, you are right. The only thing that stops most students from passing their pre reg year are negative beliefs. You have all the tools within you to succeed, you have unlimited potential, but you can only unlock this potential the moment you change your limiting beliefs about your abilities and capabilities. Beliefs such as ‘I’m not good enough’ ‘I don’t have the right resources ‘I don’t have time’ ‘‘I will fail’. You must believe in yourself.

If you believe it, you can achieve it

When you adopt empowering beliefs, you tap into your potential, you take massive action and produce successful results. The pre reg year is not easy but it is worth it.

I’ll be working with team pre reg in all their events to coach you on how to create empowering beliefs and inspire yourself to success.

  1. Change your State

“Your performance in your pre reg year depends on your state”

You will face many obstacles along the way. Personal and professional challenges. Sometimes you will feel discouraged and demotivated. You will feel like giving up. You will need to be physically and emotionally strong to overcome these challenges. You will need determination, persistence, perseverance, motivation, drive, enthusiasm and hard work.

“Don’t wish it was easier, wish you were stronger

I’m not telling you it’s going to be easy, I’m telling you it’s going to be worth it. This is your moment, your time, your opportunity to take your life to the next level. Stay strong and Never, Never, Never give up.

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