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On Episode 78 of The Physician Philosopher we talked all about balancing life, money, and mindset with fitness in mind. Dr. Alex Robles, a NASM certified personal trainer and OBGYN, helped us get a grasp on how we can juggle the demands of working out and eating right with the demands of our everyday lives and careers.
In today’s episode of The Physician Philosopher podcast I am joined by Dr. Lisha Taylor – a family medicine physician, student loan slayer, and Do-It-Yourself personal finance guru, and we are diving into ways you can avoid accumulating five or six -figure student loans.
It turns out that very few of us are naturally skilled at discipline by nature. Most of us have to learn how to be more disciplined and that’s why In today’s episode of The Physician Philosopher Podcast will teach you how you can incorporate more discipline into your life.
One of the most popular methods to deal with this has been to fake it till you make it. The problem, of course, is that this doesn’t work. You can’t outrun the internal work of figuring out who and what you are. In today’s episode of The Physician Philosopher podcast we dive into a few tools you can use to defeat impostor syndrome.
How can we find balance as physicians with all the daily responsibilities that we face? In today’s episode we’ll learn three ways to prioritize your time as a busy physician to create a healthy work-life balance that will allow you to fall back in love with medicine.
One of the ways that burned out doctors can reduce stress is to learn how to properly wield cash flow as a weapon to achieve their life goals.
This does not mean working more hours at the hospital. Actually, it is quite the opposite.
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