No, Personal Finance for Doctors is NOT New

I recently read a post where the writer stated something to the effect that no one was teaching financial information to doctors until just recently. That statement is absolutely not true. The real issues were most doctors were not seeking this information until just recently and those doctors who were looking thought the information had … Read more

Four Money Mistakes Almost Everyone is Making

Over the last 32 years I have been following the literature concerning money, investing and debt. In the last few years I started writing about the topic as well as sharing my knowledge with other physicians through one-on-one financial coaching. Through the years I have seen many people make the same mistakes when projecting financial … Read more

Books I Read in 2020

(Are you still kicking around the idea of one-on-one High Performance Coaching with me this winter? If so, better get off the fence, as time is almost out, the spots are almost gone.) Many people have asked what books I have read recently. Since I have been keeping track of the books I read for … Read more

5 Lessons I Learned From my Mother

(Today’s guest post comes from Gayle Morris, a nurse practitioner who shares her lessons from mom. I especially like #5.) I never truly appreciated the hard work and effort my mother put into raising us until I became a mother myself. Parents have an incredible responsibility to raise the next generation and I learned many … Read more

The biggest breakthrough of the year!

Now and then, life hands us remarkable breakthroughs which offer us a quantum leap forward. Some examples include: passing medical boards, getting married, the birth of a child, or even shipping the first COVID-19 vaccine to the world. I had one such breakthrough the first week of December when I was taking my recertification class … Read more