Building on podcast 146 we talk about practical tips on how to put together the Priceless Gift. How to build this really powerful tool to bring your family together in a impactful way.
We interview author Jerry Nuerge in today’s podcast about a unique way to honor family, deepen relationships, and share with important relationships in soul to soul level. This is, to quote Jerry, a “eulogy in action.”
Stock markets require a new way of thinking. They are daunting, at times, even to the seasoned professional. In today’s podcast, we give four tips on how to think wisely about what works in addressing stock markets with confidence.
Entitlement is a beast. I’m not sure of every goal of parenting, but I am sure we’d all love it if our kids were less entitled. Today, we’ll give five bits of wisdom to lessen the impact of entitlement in our kids.
Buying an engagement ring is a big deal, but it raises a few solid questions. How big is big enough? How could I save money on the purchase? Where should I buy it? How do I ensure it? We’ll cover those and more in today’s episode.
When I was starting my career, I thought about success like a dog thinks about chasing a car. What would I actually do if I caught it? To many who achieve success, it feels different than they thought--even empty. Today, we offer three solutions for when success feels empty.
Buying a house is the biggest ticket item most people will buy. We’ve compiled the top six tips and tricks to a better home buying experience. How do you motivate your realtor better? Why do inspections matter? What do big houses really cost? And more!
When it comes to retirement planning, there are so many variables and unknowns. There is a formula about how much to withdraw that can help plan for the future.
Debt is such a huge issue for physicians, but where does it fit in the overall plan? What should you do with limited resources - pay down debt or invest? We’ll cover those questions and so many more debt questions today.
Burn out is a commonplace problem for physicians and their families. Today we offer some steps to beat burn out through community.
Have you ever met an unhappy generous person? There is science behind it, generous people are happier and healthier. Today we walk through some reasons why you should be more generous. Then we outline some ways to think more creatively about how to implement some of those ideas.
Some studies say up to 50% of medical professionals suffer from burn out. Today we give researched yet practical steps to lessen the impact for physicians. There is hope and healing on the other side.
Moving is common to the life of a doctor. In this extremely practical podcast we outline 13 tips and some financial considerations for making your next move less stressful.
Today we discuss budgeting in a way that will get you excited…really. The process of budgeting is often a source of fighting and tension but it doesn’t have to be. On this podcast we show you a simple, user friendly way to plan your spending to increase unity, clarity and even purpose.
To refinance, or go on a repayment plan that is the question…Tis nobler in the pocketbook… enough mock Shakespeare quoting. What are the options available to physicians about debt? When should you refinance? What is the benefit now of the Repayment plans? Is revised pay as you earn worth it? With the help of student loan expert Jason DiLorenzo we answer those questions and more.
In this practical podcast Todd DeKruyter outlines the mortgage landscape currently available to physicians. There are many positives like little to no PMI (private mortgage insurance), less down payments, etc. But how much house should you really buy? Which lender should you use? How do I decide? Today’s podcast offers some tips on figuring that out
Delayed gratification is a strong marker on entering the physician life. From med school on there are patterns and habits that form around delaying gratification. What does that mean to your spending habits? How does this delay impact your schedule? Our relationship with money? How does suddenly changing when you enter practice impact daily life with where you are now?