The White Coat Investor Book Review

Earning a high income doesn’t automatically translate into high net worth. In some cases, high earners simply spend more and end up with fewer assets than more moderate earners. This problem can be especially true of physicians, which often targets of unsavory financial professionals. Are you a medical resident or physician? Then you could benefit from reading The White Coat Investor by James M. Dahle, MD. Check out my review here.

Investing in Relationships: Thoughts on Making Choices

There’s a prevailing stance on relationships that I find both intriguing and disturbing. It starts with the idea that each of us is the average of the five people we spend the most time with. Where this leads can be beneficial or dangerous – depending on whether I continue to embrace loved ones who may (or may not) fully represent what I aspire to become or reject them in favor of pursuing relationships based on superficial and possibly meaningless measures. I turned to the Bible and Jesus’s teachings to discover truths about investing in relationships.