"I have frequently told physicians and dentists that the first really good personal finance and investing book you ever read is likely to be worth $2 Million to you over the course of your life... This is a $2 Million book." ~ James M. Dahle, MD (The White Coat Investor)
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In the journey to becoming doctors, we get used to the four year transition periods. There is always a next step. This produces a problem that leads to worse burnout, an inability to find contentment today.
Many people have enjoyed the successes (and more often the failures) of investing in individual stocks. If you have ever wondered if you should invest in individual stocks, this post is for you. And, if you currently do this sort of thing, I might call you a loser in this post. Read it at your own peril.
Everyone hates a budget. Everyone should hate even more a budget with “training wheels.” If you don’t know what that looks like, let this Saturday Selection from the WCI network teach you. After all, budgeting is for rookies.
Many students I talk to are concerned that PSLF is going away. They’ve seen it in congressional acts and presidential budgets. In this guest post, a student loan expert (Travis Hornsby) walks us through why you should have a little trust. Come check it out.
In one of the recent physician burnout and depression surveys, doctors were asked to name the causes of their burnout. The typical culprits were listed: lack of autonomy, EMR’s, lack of support from administrators, insurance companies, lack of time with patients, and so on. However, when they were asked what would improve their burnout, getting paid more was the number 2 cause. Apparently, I am not the only one who believes that there is an
In philosophy, terms are important. They have connotations and meanings that dictate the conversation. Even when we have the term, we spend time defining them. And it is time we stop defining what is happening in medicine as “burn out” and start using the right term – moral injury.