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Are You Ready to Become Financially Free?

By Jimmy Turner, MD
The Physician Philosopher

We gave away ~400 FREE books at our first (FREE) webinar The 3 Myths to Financial Freedom: How to build a Cash Flow Plan that achieves your financial goals without a detailed line-by-line budget or the guilty spending!  If you missed out, don’t worry!  There are two webinars left this week on June 2nd (Tuesday) and June 4th (Thursday).  But, you should hurry as there are a limited number of seats and it is likely to fill up completely.  Come learn, ask questions, and – of course – snag a free copy of The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance for you and your friends!

The secret to getting ahead is getting started.  ~ Mark Twain

When it comes to personal finance, many people make it far too complicated.  With all the complexity, we never get started.  So, we never get ahead.  Now, that is no longer a problem.

If you want to create a cash flow plan that will help you pay down your debt, invest efficiently for your goals (figure out what they are in the first place), get on the same financial page with your partner or spouse, and find the financial freedom that you deserve… you no longer have to search forums, books, blog posts, or podcast episodes.

Today marks the day that Medical Degree to Financially Free officially launches.  MD to Financially free is an online course that provides a step-by-step process to create a cash flow plan that will help you find the financial freedom you deserve.

And it is SO good that I don’t want you to miss out on the opportunity, but don’t take it from me.  This post will tell-all about the course and what you can expect!

What did the Beta Members of Medical Degree to Financially Free Have to Say?

I poured my heart and soul into this course to help my readers and listeners find the financial freedom that every doctor deserves.  Why?  Because I think financially free doctors are better doctors who are less burned out, don’t feel trapped in their job, and are more satisfied with life.

In order to provide that financial freedom – before the first launch – I wanted to make sure that the course was ready.  So, I launched it to about 10 Beta Members for the course at a discounted price.

After taking the 5-week course, here is a snippet of what they had to say.

Dr. Whitney Smith is a urologist who felt that MDFF helped with the money intimidation doctors often have,

Through the Medical Degree to Financially Free (MDFF) course, I have taken steps toward paying down my student loan debt quickly, and have designed a plan that will allow me to achieve financial freedom sooner than I thought was possible. Personal finance no longer intimidates me. I highly recommend this course for any physician or physician trainee. In addition to the concise videos and easy to follow worksheets, the MDFF Facebook group will give you access to a community of supportive accountability partners (who are also taking the course), and the live office hours with Dr. Turner is an amazing opportunity to get answers from the course designer himself!

Chris, a 3rd-year dental student, has experience taking other courses.  Here is how he felt MDFF compared:

I think this is a course that could easily increase one’s net worth by hundreds of thousands of dollars, regardless of their financial background and prior knowledge. I had previously read some finance books and took another course (Fire Your Financial Adviser), but MD to Financially Free focused on cash flow versus writing your own financial plan. The videos were engaging, concise, and comprehensive. The live office hours helped to set this course apart from similar offerings. Dr. Turner’s understanding and personal experiences about personal finances allows you to figure out how to prioritize cash flow in an efficient way to achieve financial independence. He breaks it down in a simple and effective manner. Dr. Turner proves that you can change your life financially in a little over a month.

Maybe you feel this course isn’t for you, because you are a mid-career physician?  Well, so is Dr. Camhi, and here is what he had to say:

“The Medical Degree to Financially Free course has been a GAME CHANGER for me. I feel like I have a clear plan of where I am and where I need to go.” Seth Camhi, MD – Primary Care Sports Medicine

It was just mid-career doctors, though.  Here is what a physician in fellowship thought about the course after he took other courses offered out there:

“This course was more engaging than other financial courses I have taken. Jimmy makes concepts personal and practical, so you can find the way in which they apply to your financial life. He explains concepts in a way that both beginners and experts can glean useful knowledge.” Jeff Bank, MD – 3rd year Gastroenterology Fellow

There are more testimonials from other students just like you.  Click here to read them on the Medical Degree to Financially Free enrollment page.

What’s included in Medical Degree to Financially Free?

Medical Degree to Financially Free is a 5-week course that is all about creating a Cash Flow Plan that produces results.

Each week a new module becomes available on Monday.  This is so that students can go through the course together. This helps with accountability and community, which can be found inside the private Facebook group associated with the course.

Don’t worry, though, you get lifetime access to the course if you have things come up and can’t stay on track.

Here is the outline for the 5-week course:

  1. Discovering the Why Behind Your Cash Flow
  2. Cash Flow is King (why you need it, how to create it, and where it should go…)
  3. Protecting Your Cash Flow
  4. Using Cash Flow to Destroy Debt
  5. Investing with your Cash Flow

What else is included?

MD to Financially Free is chock-full of valuable content.  Here are some of the highlights:

First, let’s get the game-changer out of the way.  There is a money-back guarantee for the first 14 days of the course.  In other words, as long as you request a refund before Week 3 starts, you’ll get 100% of your money back.  This takes all the pressure off of you!

All students have lifetime access to the course. You can come back, review the material again, and remind yourself of what your next steps are after you’ve created your cash flow plan.

There are live office hours each Friday during the first four weeks inside the private Facebook group mentioned above.  This allows you to ask questions, receive group coaching, and serves as a Question and Answer session for anything you may be working on.  The Beta members found this to be one of the most valuable offerings inside the course.

There are also bonus-content interviews with three fee-only financial planners and an independent insurance agent inside the course.

The course content is engaging.  There is literally one voiced-over PowerPoint in the entire course.  What do we use instead?  Custom-made animated videos that show you the concepts right in front of you.  Why?  Because I am an educator and I believe in putting the students first.  This means teaching in an engaging, proven way that helps build retention.

What makes Medical Degree to Financially Free Different from Other Courses?

This is the fun part.

The biggest difference in a nut-shell is that my entire course was created with the student in mind. I conducted phone interviews to find out exactly what students wanted in the course.  Did they want office hours?  What about having other financial experts weigh in?  How did they want to learn?

This resulted in creating a course where I stay engaged with the learners throughout the course.  I don’t turn you over to the course and say “good luck!”  Instead, I stick with you by your side and guide you through the process for the 5-weeks.  Have a question?  Email me.  Or you can save it for the group coaching on Fridays.

Additionally, many other courses focus on the big picture of “what” you need to do, but now how you should do it.  MD to Financially Free provides a step-by-step “how-to” plan for you to follow that you can tailor for your individual goals.

I am an educator in real life. Could I have made powerpoints?  Sure.  And it would have saved me hundreds of hours of work.  But that’s not what the students wanted, and that’s not how people actually learn (even if you think that’s not true, because that’s all you’ve ever experienced).

I’ve taken courses on how education is supposed to be taught, and realize that no one’s attention span lasts longer than 10-15 minutes. There is also very little retention from listening to voice-over power points.   This is why you will find short, concise, and engaging videos in this course.

Ready to Get Started?

If you are ready to get started learning how to create a cash flow plan that helps you pay down your debt, get on the same financial page with your partner or spouse, invest efficiently for your individualized goals, and find the financial freedom you deserve… click here to enroll today!

If you have additional questions about the course, don’t hesitate to reach out to me at [email protected] … I’m always happy to help in any way that I can!

TPP

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