Using Financial Planning To Fight Physician Burnout

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Burnout is something that occurs in all professions and to all kinds of people, but especially physicians. The burnout statistics are concerning.  

In this episode of the Finance for Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about using financial planning to prevent physician burnout. Your finances and having a financial plan at your disposal is one of the best tools to fight burnout.

Topics Discussed:

  • What is good financial planning? Goal is to get an ideal life
  • Financial Vitals: Money can and does have a huge effect on how life turns out
  • Burnout Causes: Job issues, professional stress, and personal/financial factors
  • Burnout Symptoms: Depression, overworked, lack of confidence, stress, etc.
  • Self-care Solution: Takes time, confidence, and money to work on burnout issues


How to Help Combat Physician Burnout (White Coat Investor)

The Key Process Behind Using Money To Live Better Lives with Jennifer Quire

Financial Vitals Check Part 1: Clarify Values

Financial Vitals Check Part 2: Save, Spend, Give Ratio

Financial Vitals Check Part 3: Net Worth

Financial Vitals Check Part 4: Safety Net Check

Financial Vitals Check Part 5: Investment Plan

Financial Vitals Check Part 6: Taking Action

The Dangerous Pursuit of Financial Independence

Breaking Away From Traditional Primary Care

How Perfectionism In Medicine Spills Over Into Your Personal Finances

Finding Light In Life’s Darkest Times

Improving Medicine With Vulnerability

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