The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP #28: Why Physician Entrepreneurs Work Less & Earn More
It is no secret that there are a lot of physician entrepreneurs out there. And a heck of a lot more physicians who are interested, but don’t know how to get started. In this episode we discuss why physician entrepreneurs come in with an incredible skill set that set them up for success… while they also come in with some preconceived ideas that make them less money in business. Tune in to learn how to work less and earn more as a physician entrepreneur.
Today You’ll Learn
- How working harder and longer does not equate with earning more.
- Why physician entrepreneurs are uniquely suited for success.
- How to avoid replacing your physician job with another job,
- And more!
- Coaching for Doctors by Doctors
- TPP 25: 5 Keys to Success with Physician Side Gigs
- 6 Tips for Starting a Physician Side Gigs
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