When I was 14 years old, I started teaching Karate to young professionals who were around 24 to 30 years of age. Learning the subject was fascinating but I realized early on that teaching was my true passion. Even when I became a doctor later down the years, I kept teaching Karate and then Biology and Mathematics to a small group of kids. I started working at Mount Auburn Hospital shortly after I arrived to the United States from Armenia. Once again things have aligned in such a way that I started couching volunteers, who I was working with, about the USMLE exam preparations and what it takes to pass them. I have worked with a wide range of individuals but the reason why it is so great working with kids is because they don't have limiting beliefs. If you give them proper instructions on how to solve a problem or memorize a poem, they will do it with ease. The most important part is to keep them inspired and to show them that learning is fun and a lifelong process.