Here at The Physician Philosopher, we teach doctors how to prevent (and treat) physician burnout through Financial Independence (FI), which is the point at which you are financially free and no longer require a paycheck. Our goal is to help you practice medicine because you want to, and not because you have to due to financial constraints.
The truth is that you only need to find yourself on the Road to FI to find some relief from moral injury and burnout. It’s all about enjoying the journey.
The Physician Philosopher blog has been around since November of 2017. In that time, we have published over 300 blog posts, written a book, and even created a podcast. It’s understandable that it can be challenging to determine where you should start on this site!
Well, that’s exactly what this page is all about! Helping you figure out how to find what is important for you!
Before you venture off, there is a chance that you need to turbocharge your financial literacy first. The best ways to do that include:
- Reading The Physician Philosopher’s Guide to Personal Finance
- Listening to the Money Meets Medicine Podcast
Best of the Blog
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- Backdoor Roth IRA: A Step by Step Guide at Vanguard
- Life Planning: The Three Kinder Questions
- The 10% Rule: Limiting Lifestyle Creep
- Should I invest in my 457 plan?
- 10 Best Gifts for Doctors (Written By a Doctor)
- The Road To Burnout Helped Me Find My Purpose
- The Tale of Two Doctors: The First Paycheck
- Saving Money. How Much is Enough? The 30% Rule
- Why are doctors burning out? And 3 Ways FI can save them