Hardworking Optometrist S

“The eyes are the windows to the soul” as the saying goes...

Our eyes enable us to enjoy the world around us. With our set of eyes, we get to see different colors, appreciate beautiful and handsome faces, shed tears when we feel sad or frustrated, and say our prayers and rest our eyes for the night. Somewhere in a first-world country, three unassuming individuals lived. The trio does not know each other per se, but they all have a similar passion: treating people with visual issues and having writing proficiency.

The Aspiring Optician

Kevin Friedman, who also works as a content writer in his own blog page. There, he shares everything his struggles and achievements of being a young optician. While he is also a talented writer/blogger, he does not set aside his ambition to be a reliable optician in his area. His father was also an optician during his earlier days. However, his father did not really push him to be one. Rather, the young man chose to pursue that as his career. On the side, instead of putting his writing talent to waste, he decided to make a blog intended for aspiring opticians and eye care enthusiasts like him.

The Hardworking Optometrist

Christian Probst is a 49-year old who specializes in eye diseases among children. He also previously worked as a site editor in his 20’s. Just like The Aspiring Optician The Hardworking Optometrist also has flair in writing, which was his first career before shifting into eye care industry. He was motivated to shift into optometry when her daughter was born prematurely and thus affecting her eyesight. As a result, her daughter had to wear glasses at a very young age. Despite her condition, she seems to live a normal life as a young child. Nevertheless, Christian continues striving to be a reliable and well-known children’s eye doctor in his area.

The Freelance Writer

Jurgen Ritter is a retired optometrist. He really wanted to be a popular writer but was aside when his father died when he was in his last year in high school. Among his last wishes include his intention for his son to work in the medical industry so his son can continue his legacy as a well-known optometrist in their area. Because he did not have specific plans yet what he will take in college, he decided to follow his father’s deathbed wish. He did well in college, graduated, and eventually worked as a well-known optometrist in his area.

Passionate men living their dreams. These men live separate lives, but have contributed to their community in their own ways. These three individuals know that having a good eye health can make a difference to the world they live in and have worked their own ways to achieve that goal. These men continue to live their true passion while helping others to have better health at the same time. Admittedly, be sure to send all your thoughts and comments to us here through our e-mail anytime.

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