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Healthcare is a noble profession. The ability to serve others daily, diagnose illness, and save patients' lives is a career unlike any other. Medicine consistently ranks among the highest paid professions, and, the most competitive. So, what can you do to prepare your child for success?

In How to Raise a Doctor: Wisdom from Parents Who Did It!, Dr. Dale Okorodudu draws from the lessons of parents who strategically and successfully guided their children to become medical doctors, without forcing it upon them. It turns out that for many of these parents, it really wasn't that difficult. After interviewing more than 75 parents of physicians, Dr. Dale provides their most essential instructions for raising doctors in this practical and powerful book. These are key strategies that you can begin applying today! From childhood character traits, daily habits, and parenting styles, to the medical school application process, How to Raise a Doctor covers it all.

Dale Okorodudu, MD, is an Amazon best-selling author. He is a triple board-certified physician, having trained at Duke University Medical Center, The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, and the University of Missouri School of Medicine. As the founder of PreMedSTAR.com and Black Men In White Coats, Dr. Dale has helped countless premedical students gain admission to medical school. He is married to his college sweetheart, and they have three amazing children. To learn more about Dr. Dale, please visit: DoctorDaleMD.com

©2018 Dale Okorodudu (P)2018 Dale Okorodudu

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Excellent guide for raising successful children

This is a fantastic book and I plan to use the tools provided within on my children as they grow up. Just like Dr. Okorodudu, I have small children and haven't yet raised a doctor. However, as a physician raised by a family of attorneys, the lessons in these pages truly resonate. I can see many of the same things detailed in the book (expectation setting, support, opportunity) looking back at my own childhood and this book really drove home how important those aspects of my childhood were to my present day success. Truthfully, this book could be called "How to Raise a Successful, Ethical Leader", because no doubt the lessons imparted here apply to a broad range of career opportunities. Well done, Dale!

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Very Eye Opening!

I enjoyed this book very much. It has so many great tips I will definitely implement. I really liked how the author read letters from the parents and touched on personal stories that led him to be the man he has become. He was very honest and insightful. Great read for any parent even if their child doesnt want to be a doctor. It taught me tips on raising a leader. Also a great read for premedical students since it has so many useful tips on the admission process and what to expect en route to becoming a great doctor.

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Excellent advice for any parent or mentor

Dr. Dale compiled a wealth of knowledge based on research, his own experiences, and advice from other parents on how best to mentor and prepare young minds for their future careers. Although primarily driven by experiences from the medical community, the principles in this book can be applied to helping children realize their full potential when preparing to enter any industry (and it starts early, so don't rule out this read even if you have young kids). I would highly recommend this book to anyone who holds a position of influence in a young person's life.