After going through bankruptcy as a kid and having a rough introduction to the financial industry that led to my inability to get personal disability insurance to this day, I created a DIY approach to personal finance  and paid off $200,000 in student loans in 19 months and increased my wealth by $250,000 in one year.  

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After my family went through bankruptcy as a kid, we moved to Georgia.  At this house near Augusta, there was a pond.  And guarding that pond, there was a Goose named George. He would walk the grass in between the pond and the street leading to my house. George…

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Many doctors suffer from imposter syndrome.  Particularly during residency and after becoming a new attending physician.  For this reason (and many others), we often compare ourselves to those around us.  I’ve found that this comparison often extends to money.  Today, I am going to share with you why…

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One of the most important financial moments in a young doctor’s life is the transition between finishing training and their first job. We have discussed what to do with the first attending physician paycheck, avoiding keeping up with the Dr. Jones, and a simplified approach to…

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Recently, my family and I watched the movie “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”  The two main characters, Ralph and Vanellope, are video game characters trying to find a replacement for a broken piece to Vanellope’s outdated racing game.  If they don’t find a replacement, her game will be shut down…


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After going through bankruptcy as a kid and having a rough introduction to the financial industry that led to my inability to get personal disability insurance to this day, I created a DIY approach to personal finance  and paid off $200,000 in student loans in 19 months and increased my wealth by $250,000 in one year.  

If you want to learn how to do the same, then sign up for the email list below to get updates when each posts come out (or a once weekly email if preferred), and you'll also get access to The Physician Philosopher Debt Destroyer Email Course.


Making a Personal Finance Curriculum

After my family went through bankruptcy as a kid, we moved to Georgia.  At this house near Augusta, there was a pond.  And guarding that pond, there was…Read more

Why The Best Investors Are Good at Solitaire, Too

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Many doctors suffer from imposter syndrome.  Particularly during residency and after becoming a new attending physician.  For this reason (and many others), we often compare ourselves to those…Read more

10 Financial Tips for New Attending Physicians

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One of the most important financial moments in a young doctor’s life is the transition between finishing training and their first job. We have discussed what to do with the first attending physician paycheck, avoiding keeping up with the Dr. Jones, and a simplified approach to…

I am a Doctor and I Hate My Job: The Cure for Burnout

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Recently, my family and I watched the movie “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”  The two main characters, Ralph and Vanellope, are video game characters trying to find a replacement for…Read more

When Should a Doctor Get Disability Insurance?

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When should a resident get disability insurance? What do I need to know about disability insurance?  These are two of the most common questions that I get from residents.

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