5 Myths about Doctors Our Society Believes

Doctors are rich.   Are you kidding?   How rich do you feel when you are 36 years old, just starting your first real doctor’s job, with half a million dollar worth of student loans at 7% interest rate with

5 Reasons to Stroll Down Wall Street in Our White Coats

“When wealth is lost, nothing is lost. When health is lost, something is lost. When character is lost, everything is lost.” –Billy Graham If any of us invest 1% of our intelligence and diligence we pursue and practice medicine with

5 Ways Bedside Manners are Key to Physician Wealth

  Greater patient compliance. It takes us 23 years of minimum training to be a doctor (shortest residency is 3 years.) However, we quickly realized that we could do our best as docs, but don’t get good results if patients

4 Reasons More Banks Should Refinance PGY’s

1.       Doctors are the least likely to default on their loans. Low risk lending. Doctors are an honest hard working bunch. The default rate of debt/liability of doctors is a fraction of that the average population. Low risk lending. This

Top 5 Money Pitfalls Every Doctor Should Steer Clear

Most of us choose to become physicians because we care more about serving others than making the most money with least effort. In fact, one could argue a career in medicine is the antithesis of maximum money for minimum work.

3 Things Society Doesn’t Know About Doctors

A Chinese folktale goes like this,   A magnificent Buddha statute sits at the mountain top where worshipers climb 100’s of 1000’s steps of stairs to arrive at his foot and to kneel down in prayers. One day, the slab

Money, Medicine, Motherhood, & the Presence of Mind: Moving up in Life

As I was on my mat today at a Yoga class, getting my as* kicked. I realized that I’ve progressed through four learning stages of my life… although at times still oscillating between the last 2 most challenging discipline to

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

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

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