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Get Your Time Back with Entrepreneur MD – David Karli

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I believe it is our responsibility to always question if something can be done better and then execute on those ideas.
This approach forces a new perspective and then it’s a matter of conviction, commitment, and character to execute. It’s in my nature to question. Does something make sense? What is the opportunity and time cost to explore improving it? I am driven by finding out how much I can do and how far I can go. Entrepreneurship feeds that need for constant challenge. Becoming a Doctor is an accomplishment I’m very proud of and I am humbled by patients who entrust their care to my practice. Medicine and science create a constant opportunity to critically evaluate what we do.

I have great respect for Entrepreneurs, especially the ones who throw passion and enormous effort at developing an idea, often at great risk. What could be better than creating something from scratch that didn’t exist before? There are so many lessons that can be learned from studying entrepreneurship, both good and bad. It’s a fascinating topic and will be great to feature on the site.

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