5 Ways Good Finance Parallels Good Cooking

Having grown up on the kitchen counter while my gourmet chef mother cooks, surrounded by the aroma of her 24 hour simmer chicken broth, and her 200+ types of wines jam packed in our 1,000 square foot apartment, cooking is

5 Ways to Stay in Clinical Medicine & Be Happy

My hero and mentor recently wrote “5 Ways to Get Out of Clinical Medicine.” His article inspired me to write “5 Ways to Stay in Clinical Medicine & Be Happy.”   Even though I am radiology resident and frequently seen

8 Wealth-Fulfilling Prophecies

We are so hard on ourselves sometimes that we jam-pack our mind with self-defeating prophecies. Some of us do so before a big, expensive, high-stake standardized exam, prohibiting our hard-earned knowledge and experience to shine through the test questions as

5 Ways to Keep More $

  Keep $ from Uncle Sam’s claws legally. Set up a business. What is your hobby? Turn it into a business by submitting some simple documentations to set up a Liability Limited Cooperation (LLC.) My hobby is to help every

8 Wealth-Defeating Prophecies

We are the kings and queens of self-defeating prophecies. We place such high internal standards that we failed before we even tried. While everyone around us would be clapping hands at our valiant efforts or excellent performances, we thought our

5 Ways Busy Docs Make Easy $

  Use credit cards. Credit cards save me time. I don’t carry or count any cash. I know down to the penny (if I’d like) where my money goes because it’s all charged on 1 credit card. Credit cards save

5 Doctor-Proof Rules to Wealth

We are our own worst enemies and harshest critics. I find this true frequently of my over-achieving USMLE step students who clearly master the content of medical school curriculum but suffer perpetual test anxiety and disproportionately low performance on standardized