Blogwebpedia recently featured the wise words Dr. Saad Saad, a successfully pediatric surgeon whose life experiences have cultivated his life philosophies that can be applied both professionally and personally.


Dr. Saad Saad holds 47 years of experience within the medical field, both domestically and internationally. The two life lessons he shared with Blogwebpedia is do not settle for less than your desired success and do not wait until tomorrow to finish a task that can be done today.


Born in the 1940’s in Palestine, Dr. Saad Saad’s family had relocated to West Bank during a time of rapid change in the region. His father was a skilled petroleum mechanic that was an in demand skill during the discovery of oil to foreign markets, ultimately relocating the family again to Kuwait. His father had instilled in him the value of higher education from a young age, saying that with knowledge came respect which no one could take away from you.


Dr. Saad Saad decided to become a pediatric surgeon after suffering from a heat stroke while working outside at a construction site during the summer. He had learned that the only air conditioned room in the whole country was the operating room.


From that day, he had strived for the best education and career path with the ultimate goal of having comfortable working conditions. Dr. Saad Saad’s strong work ethic is exemplified through his success. His refusal of procrastination is what drives his efficiency.


Dr. Saad Saad became a US Board Certified Pediatric Surgeon, a hard feat itself, but also achieved being the only Arabic and English fluent US Board Certified Pediatric Surgeon in the mid 1980’s. This accomplishment lead him being a Pediatric Surgeon for the Saudi Royal family where he performed complex procedures for the children of the family until 1989.


Since then the Doctor has developed safer, more efficient, and more comfortable procedures for numerous children. He also invented two medical device patents that are widely used today. Dr. Saad Saad has improved the quality of millions of lives from his work in the medial field, stemming from his two life philosophies.

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