Dr. Donald Sonn: Working Hard

Dr. Donald Sonn says that you always get out in equal proportion what you put in, which is not just a saying, but a scientific fact in the field of Physics. Donald says that laziness is often simply a bi-product of short shortsightedness, and can prevent much regret and pain in the future by simply embracing what you need to do today. Donald is a physician and businessman in the field of management who has dedicated many years of his life to the profession, making some remarkable headway during this time. Even through his time getting an education, he says that he would have never become the professional he is today, working in the field he loves without first paying his dues and putting forth the efforts necessary to achieve and to do well.

Dr. Donald Sonn says that what he wishes the most is to instill the importance of a strong work ethic into his children, and show them what can be accomplished as a result. That is why it is so important and vital really to having a strong work ethic. He says that the best managers are those that put forth the time and effort necessary to truly understand their business. He says that as will all things in life, you will experience as much success as the effort you put into it. He says that he will know he was successful as a father if he sees simply that his children possess a strong work ethic and a good spirit overall. Donald himself is a hallmark of his own philosophy, as he has dedicated countless hours to the pursuit of his work baring fruit for his company. He says that throughout his life a strong work ethic is what has solely served him in experiencing success.

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About Donald Sonn

Dr. Donald Sonn currently practices with Urology Group of Western New England. Specializing in impotence, prostheses and stone disease, the urologist also specializes in brachytherapy and surgical surgery. Sonn uses the Da Vinci Surgical System to remove prostate cancer.
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