We all have ideas of what happiness looks like. We say things like, “when ___ happens, I’ll be happy.“ This is called the Arrival Fallacy. Today we’re going to talk about to find true happiness.
5 Steps to Lose Weight with Dr. Ali Novitsky
Have you ever wanted to lose weight (or get a six-pack) but it always felt too hard to get it done?
As a life coach for women physicians, Dr. Ali Novitsky shares her insight and expertise to show us how to achieve optimal health with simple strategies backed by science.
Creating Healthy Boundaries with Technology
Business culture indoctrination often means we find ourselves believing we need to hustle 24/7 to get results, but it doesn’t have to be that way.What’s really important about today’s episode is understanding how we can use technology not to worsen our constant availability – which can lead to burnout – but instead how to use that technology to set boundaries.
How Much Money Should Doctors Save?
When it comes to investing, how much should a doctor save?
It may be more controversial than you think! Stick around to learn why.
The Problematic State of Medicine
With today’s episode, we’re doing things a little differently. Instead of a podcast, you’re getting a sneak peek of the audiobook version of my latest book, “Determined: How Burned Out Doctors Can Thrive in a Broken Medical System.”
Paying Off Debt or Investing for Physicians
When it comes to putting your hard earned money to work, should you invest when you have extra money? Or pay off debt?
It may not be as black and white as you think,
3 Doctors Who Changed Their Life Through Physician Coaching
Given that this is the 100th episode of this show, I thought it would be pretty cool to share the stories of those who have listened to this podcast and had their lives changed as a result.
And today is doubly-special, because The Alpha Coaching Experience (ACE) is finally open again. It’s been six months since we opened the doors last, and we only open the program twice per year.
So, instead of me telling you about the impact ACE has had on doctors, I thought I’d let three doctors who have gone through the physician coaching program share their stories. Here’s how they overcame their situations to create the time, financial freedom, and mindset shifts they needed to practice medicine on their terms.
Physician Side Gigs with Dr. Peter Kim
My good friend, Peter Kim, from Passive Income MD is a serial entrepreneur, physician in anesthesiology, and a great friend and family man. Sharing my enthusiasm for physician finance strategies that prioritize freedom, Peter is also a bit of a side-gig guru.
Conversations with Peter are always fun, especially when we get to talk about different approaches to financial freedom. Over the years, Peter has conducted extensive trial and error research and fine-tuned the art of the physician side hustle. I can’t wait for you to absorb the knowledge and wisdom he was willing to share with The Physician Philosopher community.
Weight Loss for Busy Physicians with Dr. Katrina Ubell￼
Dr. Ubell is a master certified life and weight loss coach who struggled with her own weight for decades before finding a permanent solution.
In 2016, she founded a weight loss program that has
helped over 1,300 physicians achieve the same peace and freedom surrounding food.
Her podcast, Weight Loss for Busy Physicians, has been downloaded over 6 million times and she is the author of the forthcoming book How to Lose Weight for the Last Time; Brain-Based Solutions for Permanent Weight Loss.
In this show, we’re going to dive into her book. So, if you have ever wanted to lose weight and keep it off… this is for you.
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Practicing Medicine On Your Own Terms with Dr. Vikram Raya
Physicians that have carved out a life they love through entrepreneurship have one major thing in common: they work on their mindset.
I once had massive skepticism about mindset work and coaching. But there’s a reason why people say that when it comes to personal finance, it’s 20% math, 80% mindset. If you’ve been around here for a while, you’ve come to hear that phrase over and over and over.
What Stops Doctors From Making a Change
Why are so many intelligent, educated, and hard-working physicians struggling? Why don’t they just take themselves out of their current situation and find something better?
Should a Doctor Go Into Academics or Private Practice?
I tell my residents that academics is about depth and private practice is about breadth. In a lot of specialist fields, the private practice opportunities can provide some of that breadth. What you choose really depends on your preferences and how you feel you can work best in a given environment when weighed against all the factors that are important to you.