Interviewed by The Success Today – A Digital Webzine.
Could you tell us about yourself and your work?
I started work in a charitable dispensary after I graduated from medical college with a salary of 700/- rs, I was taken aback and was very disappointed, then I thot and challenged myself that one day, I would one day earn 700 rupees a day and then kept challenging myself that one day would charge 700 as my fees per patient which I achieved, well, Money wasn’t the target. To grow as a doctor was the target. Simultaneously, I worked as a lecturer in a medical college, which I resigned later on as I wanted to concentrate on my clinic. Last year opened yet another branch of my clinic, which is running successfully for the second year, has been practicing for 24 years now and Wish to Grow As a doctor as well as a Human being and serve the ill and needy.
How you and your service is helping society?
As a doctor in our clinic, we strive very hard to keep our patients happy and satisfied, and we try to give free consultations to the poor and needy. Every weekend take no consultation fees from the poor and provide concessions to the poor in treatment. Moreover, we try to give maximum concession to Army personnel who serve our country.
What is the USP of your work?
Usp of our work is that Our main aim is to Try that no patient goes unsatisfied. And advise in such a way that if we have a cure for it, He doesn’t need to go to another doctor uncured and if we can’t cure him, try not to waste patients’ time and money. Secondly, As modern doctors, we try that give minimum medicine to patients and try to alter their diet and regimen and advice change in lifestyle accordingly to cure permanently.
What are your Vision and Mission?
My vision is to one day Give no medicines to my patients and advise as to remove the cause of their disease and cure them without medication or minimum Medication for maximum patients.
My aim is that Whosoever Goes out of my clinic After my treatment goes smiling.
What are your achievements in this industry?
Here are a few of my achievements in the industry:
The most trusted Multispeciality Homoeopathic centre of the year (Punjab)
Best Homeopathic Doctor for Most Genuine Advice in Punjab
Indian Icon Award for Healthcare Excellence in Homoeopathy
Global Icon Award for Excellence in Homeopathy for Patient Care in Punjab
India Icon Award for Distinguished Services in Homoeopathy
South Asia Pacific Healthcare Award for Most Innovative Homeopathic Doctor
Leadership Excellence Award
Does your work ever feel tedious to you? If so, how do you stay driven and motivated towards it?
My work never feels
Tedious to me because I believe if you love your work, it won’t ever feel like you ever worked a day in your life.
My soulmate inspires me.
And motivates me to be the best and stand apart from the crowd; the zeal to work nonstop comes from within as my competition is myself because I want to do better than last year to keep myself contented.
What are your hobbies and specific interests other than your profession?
My other areas of interest are writing articles and blogs and writing poetry. I have published my poetry book and have my channel on YouTube and an Instagram page, but it’s just a hobby as I love my profession and work.
Occasionally, I love cooking also as a pass time.
You have achieved so much in life. Any specific advice you’d like to share with our readers to grow in life?
Yes, I’d like to advise Youngsters and readers that believe in themselves. Don’t be afraid of experiments if you have the zeal and that spark in yourself to succeed. If your dreams don’t let you sleep, you will achieve.
Winners don’t do different things. Winners do things differently.
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