As physicians, we are tasked with taking care of others without thinking about ourselves. Finding the work-life balance we want may be the furthest thing from our minds.
Yet, this doesn’t make sense. How can you fill the cup of others, if your cup is empty? We cannot give when there is nothing left to give.
A doctor who wants to find financial freedom so that you can practice medicine because you want to and not because you have to?
Looking to start a side-gig, side hustle, or another income stream, but you aren’t quite sure how to get started?
A burned-out physician who lacks autonomy at work?
Wanting to spend more time doing what you love and less time doing what you must?
Early on, I found out that despite academic success publishing randomized control trials, winning teaching awards, and enjoying clinical medicine… my work-life balance was out of sorts.
I didn’t want to choose between being a good husband, father, and doctor. I wanted to be good at all three.