I typed in “I am a doctor and” into google, and was amazed to see the most popular ending to the question. Are you a doctor who hates their job?
Have you ever wondered where the phrase “Physician heal thyself” comes from? It might have a different meaning than you thought, and it certainly has a different meaning today.
We’ve all been there. We make a big purchase only to find out later… we regret the purchase. Buyers remorse is the real deal. Fortunately, there is a way to prevent this and spend money in a healthier and happier way.
You were strong enough when you lost your autonomy for the first time along this journey to becoming a doctor. You were strong when your empathy began to fade. You are still strong enough today to fight this fight.
Have you ever felt resentful towards your job? Sick of the constant requirements, administrative tasks, and lack of autonomy? You might be feeling bitter, and Vagabond MD has written a guest post to help you figure it out.
Burnout has been a problem looming over the practice of medicine. It has many causes. We will discuss some of those causes and how financial independence directly counteracts some of them. This post ties in exactly why I see wealth and wellness as one big picture.
You’ve all heard about my experience with burnout by now. I’m very passionate about the topic. In today’s guest post, Gayle Morris talks about some ways you can avoid burnout and take your life back.
Many doctors have asked me how to start their own business. Whether it is a blog, podcast, book, course, or a new consulting business… having a physician side gig can prove powerful in providing you the financial freedom you deserve. Click here for some tips on how to get started.
In today’s guest post, Dr. Sylvie Stacy, gives ten reasons why doctors should look for Nonclinical positions to help with burnout.
Many of us in medicine feel compelled to choose between being a good partner/parent and a good physician. Do we really have to choose, though? Are there ways financial freedom can help us find better balance? Let this post help you out. Click here to keep reading.
The last 12 months have been some of the hardest of my life. This led me to ask for more time off from work. Was the time off worth it? What benefits and consequences came from this decision? Read on to find out.
Far too often we limit ourselves through our own beliefs. They prevent us from achieving our dreams and accomplishing our goals. You aren’t too busy. That’s just an excuse. The truth provides much more freedom. Come find out more in today’s post.