People often wonder how much money different doctors make. I’ll tell you, but then I am going to tell you why that income doesn’t matter – because of a fatal flaw in how doctors think about money.
Month: January 2019
The Physician Philosopher Book publishes soon! Come find out how to snag a free copy. I want this book to be helpful for as many people as possible. So, share the details with your friends, too. Oh, and you won’t believe who is writing the foreword!
What would the typical person who knows very little about personal finance think if they stumbled upon the personal finance blogging world? Would they feel welcomed…or shunned? How should we focus on having these conversations with others?
It’s that time again. Tag along as we share the best posts of the month from this site and others. Also, check out the update on my upcoming book and some recent guest podcast episodes.
Teaching personal finance in training can be a touchy subject. While people mean well, they often bring with them misconceptions about teaching personal finance. These misconceptions prove problematic if we don’t respond…
Charitable giving and tithing can be a touchy subject. This website is not here to tell you what to do, but it is here to challenge you and to get you to make intentional financial decisions. That’s just what this post on tithing does.
Most bloggers write their New Year’s Resolutions right on or after New Year’s Day. Not this guy. Tag along as we discuss my personal, financial, and website goals for 2019.
The time has come. I am done explaining to others why I refuse to let being a physician define me. Burnout has made me choose life.
We all have tips and tricks for the things we do each day at work. Today we will discuss the major tool that my family uses to accomplish our financial goals. Hopefully, this will leave you with some tools to help you and yours get to your goals, too.
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