4 Ways to Draw Lines in the Sand at Work

setting expectations at work

Over 50% of physicians will change jobs within two to five years after taking their first job.  That’s a pretty staggering number.  It is not surprising, though. While we can be dedicated and loyal employees, we also realize that hospitals do not always love us back.  For this reason, it is necessary for physicians to … Read more

Investing in What Matters Most: The Best Investments

what matters most

Much of the personal finance blogosphere directed at physicians spends time discussing spending money. And for good reason.  Physicians have a spending problem.  While I am all about educating people about their personal finance shortcomings, it is also important to find balance in life.  Some things in life are worth the money, because they provide … Read more

When Personal Finance Isn’t Personal: Brain Coupling & Mirroring

Personal Finance Isn't Personal

Child: “Why can’t I go? All of my friends are going.” Parent: “Well, if your friend jumped off of a bridge, would you want to do that, too?” Child: “It depends on how high it is.” Parent: “So, you CAN think for yourself?” It’s a conversation that all parents have with their children at some point.  The … Read more