The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP 33: Being an Entrepreneur is the Secret Sauce to Physician Freedom
We have been all about teaching financial freedom at The Physician Philosopher for years. Yet, it took some time to realize that “living like a resident” and “saving for tomorrow” only go so far. Those are ways to save for tomorrow’s financial future. But what about the freedom you want today?
That’s what being a physician entrepreneur provides. Cash flow for today. That’s what we discuss in this week’s episode of The Physician Philosopher podcast.
Today You’ll Learn
- Why saving for tomorrow is not enough.
- The benefit of creating cash flow to provide financial freedom today.
- My favorite way to create entrepreneurial income.
- And more!
- Episode 30: The 3 Pillars to Finding Freedom for Physicians Who Feel Trappedor Stuck
- Building Your Hell Yes Policy
- TPP 26: How Doctors Benefit From Professional Coaching
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I totally agree w this! Great episode