A sure way to know your vocation is to ask: "What problem do I want to help solve in the world?" What matters to you deep down in your bones? What crisis have you seen that, no matter how hard you try, you cannot un-see? What makes you lose sleep at night knowing it persists in the world?
What impact would you like to make in your world? As a physician, the well-being of others clearly matters to you. But where - outside of your medical practice - might you also make a difference, especially with the financial opportunities available to many in the medical profession? Here are four easy ways to begin a life-long journey of turning your financial resources into real change for people who need it most.
Healthy financial habits are just like healthy eating and exercise. They require discipline, intentionality, and long-term vision. And, as with healthy eating and exercise, healthy financial habits are easy to give up. When we become undisciplined and spend without vision, it isn't long before we require professional attention.