Here's Journal Club 12/24/21! Every week, I hold a JOURNAL CLUB. After filtering through the articles on the web, I present a few that impacted my life this week. Be safe and stay well!
- You might have heard this before, “it’s not what you make, but what you keep that matters when it comes to building wealth.” On that note, the author of Physician on Fire shares an interesting interview with two young physicians pursuing financial independence and talks about their journey so far in the article – FIRE Crossroads 011: Two 36-Year Old Physicians Halfway to a FI Goal of $5 Million. Do check it out.
- As doctors, have you ever looked at your major financial expenses in terms of the number of additional shifts you need to make? If you answered yes to that, you’re not alone. The author of Crispy Doc sees a similar correlation between any large financial decisions and working those extra shifts. The author shares key points to make sure your extra shifts are worth the effort in the article – The True Cost Of That Extra Shift
- People who enjoy reading will agree that a good book can change a person’s life. It can spark creativity, offer new perspectives and purpose, and so much more. Well, the author of R.E.Tipster has similar views and shares his list of favorite books that are well-written, packed with valuable content, and easy-to-follow in the post – 20 Books That Changed My Life.
- What do you think is essential for leading a happy and fulfilling life? Is it having good fortune, being open to new things, living without regrets, or is it something else? The author of Get Rich Slowly thinks it’s a combination of all of the above and shares his tips for creating a rewarding life in the article – How to be happy and lead a meaningful life.
That's all for this week! I hope this week's journal club was helpful.
Read any new articles this week? Please share them in the comments!
Thank you for reading and sharing!