Some people just don’t get it. They think talking about burnout, physician suicide, and wellness is unnecessary and soft. Let’s look at three of the biggest reasons why some people don’t care about wellness, and why they’re wrong.
Month: March 2019
The Monthly Checkout: March 2019
It’s that time of the month again! Come check out some amazing posts that I’ve curated for you. From comprehensive guides to disability insurance to physician wellness topics, we cover a lot of ground. All in The Monthly Checkout for March!
The Behavioral Finance Series: Preventing Financial Mistakes
Have you ever wondered why people tend to make so many financial mistakes? We spend too much, save too little, and constantly serve as our own worst enemies. There is a reason for all of this, and a way that we can defeat it. Welcome to The Behavioral Finance Series where we will make you better with your decision making, your money, and even being a better doctor.
There is Hope on The Road to Burnout: Will You Join Me?
There is an ongoing battle in medicine waged in the space between each physician’s skull. This battle became very personal when I hit my own wall of burnout over the last six months. With a better perspective and new goals, I am doing my part to prevent this same burnout for our future doctors. Will you join me in this fight?
Student Loan Refinance Ladder: A Case Study
Knowledge is power, and when it comes to dealing with student loans, it seems like there is so much to learn! Come read about an awesome way to make the most of student loan refinancing through student loan refinance ladders!
3 Reasons You Hate Your Job & What To Do About It
While I can’t say that I hate my job, I bet I can explain why you hate yours. Come tag along as we examine the three key factors that lead to work satisfaction and how to get them back if they are missing in your life.
Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems: Mastering Happiness Economics
The relationship between money and happiness is complicated. Left to our own devices, most people just don’t get it. The sooner we understand this important relationship, the more likely we are to find that happiness we’ve been looking for. Otherwise, we’ll just saying, “Mo’ Money, Mo’ Problems.”
Why Aren’t Doctors Rich? Goldberg’s Experiment
In the 1960's, Lew Goldberg showed that a physician's intuition and judgment can be fatally...
Is an IRS Refund On Your Tax Return A Good Thing?
People love getting their big tax returns. It has even made news for those (for and against) the new tax bill. But is getting a tax refund a good thing? Read the post to see what I think, and how I recommend you figure it out to get it right.
Why Some Financial Advisory Models are Better Than Others
I was listening to one of the What's Up Next podcasts (Episode 18). This particular episode...
Student Loan Forgiveness – PSLF, IDR, & Much More
Student loans can be forgiven in a variety of ways. Most people focus on Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF), but this is not the only option for student loan forgiveness. This epic post explains all.
Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT): Will I pay the AMT?
The Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT) is an archaic tax law that was originally intended to make sure that high income earners were “paying their fair share.” As if the tax law was not complicated enough, the tax law experts thought it necessary to not only calculate your taxes once, but twice. The first time it is calculated through the regular methods (brackets, etc) and the second time through the AMT. Whichever is higher is the tax you pay. So, today we will answer the question “Will I pay the AMT”