The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP #25: 5 Keys to Financial Freedom through Physician Side Gigs
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There are only two ways to financial independence, my friends. The first is through saving and investing enough that you can someday “withdraw” enough from your nest egg to live your life. This is the slow and steady way to build wealth.
The other way is to create enough non-clinical monthly income that you can sustain your lifestyle without making another dollar in medicine. One powerful way to do this is through creating a physician side gig, which is exactly what we discuss in this episode of The Physician Philosopher podcast!
Today You’ll Learn
- How non-clinical income can be a powerful way to financial freedom.
- How to get started with that online business you’ve been thinking about.
- 5 key takeaways to building the online business of your dreams.
- And more!
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