The Physician Philosopher Podcast
TPP 36: Working More Shifts is NOT the Answer to Financial Freedom
Have you ever worked an extra shift or worked harder seeing extra patients so that you could earn more money and speed up the journey to financial independence?
One of the most common things I hear in the personal finance blogosphere is that the best way to earn more money as a physician is to work harder in medicine. To pick up an extra shift. Do some locums. Or see more patients or do more procedures.
But does this make sense? That’s what we discuss in this episode of The Physician Philosopher podcast.
Today You’ll Learn
- Why it is important to work smarter. Not harder. (And how to do it).
- How one of the Alpha clients got a better job by giving up his prior money story and being willing to think differently.
- The importance of cash flow in your journey to financial freedom.
- And more!
- Episode 30: The 3 Pillars to Finding Freedom for Physicians Who Feel Trappedor Stuck
- Episode 34: The Physician Should Come First (Not the Patient)
- The Hospital Won’t Love You Back
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