Journal Club 10-4-18

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Journal Club

Every other week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After manually filtering through the millions of articles out there on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this month.

Here’s our Journal Club for the week, enjoy!


  • I love hearing other docs share their personal finance stories, so naturally blog interviews are one of my favorite ways to get a glimpse into their worlds. Physician Philosopher has a whole series dedicated to this, but he recently interviewed someone at the very beginning of this process to get a slightly different look at physician finance. Read more in “Physician Finance Interview #8”
  • Many physicians striving for financial independence are doing so as a way to decrease the chance of burnout in their careers, but it’s easy to get caught up in just reaching the finish line. Miss Bonnie MD is here to remind us of “The Other Type of Burnout”
  • In this two part episode from Doctor Money Matters, we hear from Doc G on “Getting to 5x Income as a Primary Care Physician” and “Getting to 5x Income as an Internist in a Competitive Market.” Make sure to listen to both part 1 and part 2 to get the full impact of how to optimize your own practice and decrease burnout.
  • Lastly, once in a while I get the privilege of being on a podcast. You do the interview and wonder when they’ll be released. It just so happens that I had three released in a short period of time. I had a great time with each of these amazing podcasters and had three awesome, but totally different, conversations. Check them out:

A little bit of motivation below. Enjoy and have a great weekend!

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3 COMMENTS

  1. Thanks for the shoutout Peter. I heard you on Farnoosh’s podcast on my drive to a tennis tournament the other day. Pretty cool! She mentioned you guys were supposed to talk a while ago on the podcast. Did you reach out to her?

    Curious to know how you are managing being a FT doctor and working on the online business nowadays. I did the overlap for 2.8 years until I finally left work. It was exhausting, but fun!

    Sam

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