A Doctor with a Unique Treatment Method
Posted August 22, 2023 by: Admin
A lady visited the medical clinic and was attended to by one of the newly appointed young doctors.
After spending about four minutes in the examination room, she suddenly started screaming and dashed down the corridor.
A more senior doctor intercepted her and inquired about the issue. She then proceeded to recount her experience.
Upon hearing her account, he advised her to take a seat and unwind in a different room.
The senior doctor walked down the hallway to locate the young doctor and questioned, “What were you thinking? Mrs. Terry is 63 years old, a mother to four grown children and seven grandchildren, and you informed her that she was pregnant?”
The young doctor continued jotting down notes on his clipboard and, without lifting his gaze, responded, “Indeed, indeed. But does she still have the hiccups?”
A few weeks ago, I found myself in the VIP lounge at the airport, en-route to Seattle. As I sat there, my attention was drawn to Bill Gates who was comfortably seated in a corner, enjoying a drink.
I had a significant meeting planned with an important client who was also traveling to Seattle, though she was running a bit behind schedule. Preferring a direct approach, I decided to introduce myself to the former Microsoft chairman. With confidence, I walked over, introduced myself, and said, “Mr. Gates, may I ask a favor of you?”
He looked at me curiously, “Certainly,” he replied.
Indicating my seat at the bar, I explained, “I’m seated right over there, and I’m awaiting a crucial client. Would you be so kind that when she arrives, you could walk by and simply greet me with a ‘Hi Tom?'”
Bill Gates agreed with a warm smile, and we exchanged handshakes. Expressing my gratitude, I returned to my seat.
Approximately ten minutes later, my client arrived. After ordering drinks and delving into our business discussion, I suddenly felt a tap on my shoulder. To my surprise, it was Bill Gates. He greeted me with a simple “Hi, Tom.”
My response was quick and to the point, “Bill, not now, I’m in a meeting.”