The Pop Quiz

One day during my second month of nursing school, my Professor gave my class a Pop Quiz…Pop Quiz Lessons Learned Lesson Learned Brandon Byrge Blog 1
I was a conscientious student, a good student, I had breezed through all the Quiz questions up until the very last one. The last question on the Quiz was…
“What is the first name of the woman who cleans our school for us..?”
Surely this was some kind of joke?! I had seen the Janitor several times before and knew that she was tall, had dark hair, and was most likely in her 50’s, but how in the world would I know her name..?!
What's Your Name? Pop Quiz Lesson Life Lessons Brandon Byrge brandonbyrgeI left the last question blank and turned in my Quiz. Just before class ended, one of my classmates asked if the last question would count towards our grade.
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“Absolutely”, said the Professor!
“In your careers, you will meet many people. All are significant. They deserve your attention and care, even if all you do is smile and say ‘Hello’!”
What's Your Name? Life Lessons Brandon Byrge Brandon D. Byrge Well I learned the Janitor’s name that day, it’s “Dorothy”. I also learned a great lesson, one which I will not soon forget, one that I will always cherish and strive to follow throughout the rest of my life!
Every single person you come across is important! Take the time to ask (and remember) the names of those individuals in your life!
Thank you for teaching me such a valuable life lesson Professor! I will not forget your Pop Quiz, your important lesson, or the names of the people in my life now thanks to you!
-Unknown

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