Physician Philosopher
The Physician Philosopher's Guide to Personal Finance

Buy The Book!

"I have frequently told physicians and dentists that the first really good personal finance and investing book you ever read is likely to be worth $2 Million to you over the course of your life... This is a $2 Million book." ~ James M. Dahle, MD (The White Coat Investor)

Subscribe to the blog and receive access to the Student Loan Debt Destroyer Course

* indicates required
Email Options

Most Recent Posts

In this WCI Saturday Selection, WCI walks us through how to spend less time on money so that we can spend more time on things we really enjoy. Who doesn't love the sound of that?!?
Have you ever wondered whether you could afford a monthly payment on something? Maybe a car, house, or private school payments? I would argue that people asking this question are losing the forest for the trees. And we all do it. This post is here to remind us that there is a better way to think about money, and to tell you how to find the right mindset.
The aviation industry learned its hard lesson in the 70s. Medicine is now taking its turn. Like a plane that is crashing and burning, we need an escape hatch. Is financial independence the solution?
The biggest moment of this blog happens today. The Physician Philosopher blog has joined the White Coat Investor network. If you are a first time reader, welcome. If you are a long-time reader, read more to find out what you can expect. Come find out how it all went down!
We all know the experience. We are working hard, sometimes without even realizing how much work is being put in. As we diligently take care of our task, we are immersed. At some point, our concentration is broken (maybe because the task is done), and we realize that hours have passed. You have just found the "flow," and I am here to tell you that it might be the most important goal we should have.
Every blogger needs to be open and honest about how their blog earns money. We owe that to the readers who consume much of our content for free. It's just like a conflict of interest disclosure at the beginning of a talk. Well, here is mine for The Physician Philosopher blog...

Subscribe to the blog and receive access to the Student Loan Debt Destroyer Course

* indicates required
Email Options
Spend less time

In this WCI Saturday Selection, WCI walks us through how to spend less time on money so that we can spend more time on things we really enjoy. Who doesn’t love the sound of that?!?

Read More »
Can I afford the monthly payments?

Have you ever wondered whether you could afford a monthly payment on something? Maybe a car, house, or private school payments? I would argue that people asking this question are losing the forest for the trees. And we all do it. This post is here to remind us that there is a better way to think about money, and to tell you how to find the right mindset.

Read More »
Financial Independence Burnout

The aviation industry learned its hard lesson in the 70s. Medicine is now taking its turn. Like a plane that is crashing and burning, we need an escape hatch. Is financial independence the solution?

Read More »
White Coat Investor Network

The biggest moment of this blog happens today. The Physician Philosopher blog has joined the White Coat Investor network. If you are a first time reader, welcome. If you are a long-time reader, read more to find out what you can expect. Come find out how it all went down!

Read More »
Finding the flow

We all know the experience. We are working hard, sometimes without even realizing how much work is being put in. As we diligently take care of our task, we are immersed. At some point, our concentration is broken (maybe because the task is done), and we realize that hours have passed. You have just found the “flow,” and I am here to tell you that it might be the most important goal we should have.

Read More »
how blogs make money

Every blogger needs to be open and honest about how their blog earns money. We owe that to the readers who consume much of our content for free. It’s just like a conflict of interest disclosure at the beginning of a talk. Well, here is mine for The Physician Philosopher blog…

Read More »