5 Traits Doctors Share with Successful Entrepreneurs and Investors

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5 Traits Doctors Share with Successful Entrepreneurs and Investors
Episode #86

#86: 5 Traits Doctors Share with Successful Entrepreneurs and Investors

The idea that physicians aren’t great with finances likely comes from the fact that, as medical professionals, we have little time to devote to other ventures.

13 Min • December 20

Episode Highlights

The idea that physicians aren’t great with finances likely comes from the fact that, as medical professionals, we have little time to devote to other ventures. We may also have little experience in finances, which leads us to hesitate at the thought of stepping out in a certain investment or business opportunity.

The fact is that we do have the necessary traits to be successful.

But maybe, as a doctor, you don’t believe you have what it takes to be a successful business owner or investor. If that’s the case, stick with me.

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Now, let’s look at what we discussed in this episode:

  • Traits that you probably didn’t even realize you had
  • One major component of profitable investing
  • Bonus commonality between doctors and good entrepreneurs/investors
  • Most difficult decision in investing

Episode Breakdown

[6:37]

Doctors, as a matter of course, are already equipped for big-picture thinking.

[9:28]

Really like medicine, the financial and investment landscape is always changing. I think that the main theory behind a lot of investing that you read online, maybe like “set it and forget it,” but in reality maintaining a good portfolio takes research and awareness of what else is going on out there, being able to hear and learn from other people and really kind of integrate that into your portfolio.

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