5 Traits Separating the Wealthy from the Wealthy-want-to-be

Life is a trajectory. Wealth or poverty could be a lifelong or even multi-generational directional evolution. We are each journeying in the direction of greater or less wealth. Instead of comparing with one another, it’s helpful to see where we

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 to Combat FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) & Pad Your Wallet

I recently stumbled upon Overcome FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) in 7 Steps by finance superhero. I was enlightened by this article and decided to write about the ways I personally combat FOMO. FOMO is likely the most prevalent psycho-social

5 Reasons I Choose Time in, not Timing, the Market

1.       Not worth my time to time the market. If a group of PhD economists who study and analyze companies all day long perform as well as a group of monkeys throwing darts in stock selection, why would I bother

5 Things Zootopia Taught Us about Money Success

I love the kids’ movie Zootopia. I laughed so hard and cried during that movie, frequently turning towards Mini Wise Money, sharing precious moments of inspiration and up-liftedness with her. It’s incredible what we learn as kids from cartoon movies

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.

5 Uncommon Financial Commonsense

I’ve been hearing the term “educated dumb” and “commonsense is uncommon” frequently lately. It’s true that to be financially successful, all one needs is commonsense, which is pointed out by a VA nurse who’s retiring at 55, with 750k in

How My 8 Year Old Funds Her 2016 Roth IRA: Just in Time, Tax Break for Mom, Roth IRA for Kiddo

IRS is pretty strict about what you can pay your kids for. In a tax audit, paying an 8 year old 10k a year may seem hard to justify. But I think I have a case with my 8 year

6 $ Tips I Would Tell Dear Younger Me

I love the song Dear younger me by Mercy Me. “Dear younger me I cannot decide Do I give some speech about how to get the most out of your life Or do I go deep And try to change

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