Tag: physicians

Building Wealth & Minding Your Own Business

By Sarah Fallaw on Dec 7th, 2017 in Current Events, Lessons Learned, Mentor's Corner, Psychology and Careers

One of my students gave a presentation on how to use goal-setting theory to reach financial freedom and at the end he said, “but you’ll never save money if you don’t MIND YOUR OWN BUSINESS,” and this really stuck with me.  In the Twitterverse yesterday, one of my fellow industrial-organizational psychology friends retweeted this quote […]

Independence Day Physician Revisited

By Thomas J. Stanley on Jun 30th, 2014 in Studying the Wealthy

In honor of the Fourth of July I’d like to reflect upon the content of a previous blog (see below). When it was posted several people misinterpreted the message.  The physician profiled is anything but mean spirited in regard to the significant number of dollars he pays in income tax.  He believes that “if you’re paying a lot of income […]

Millionaire Mentors His Clients

By Thomas J. Stanley on Nov 5th, 2013 in Studying the Wealthy

Physicians are among the least productive occupational groups in transforming their incomes into wealth.  Keep this in mind when you read the following case study. Mr. Arrow, who has a degree in pharmacy, is employed by a large pharmaceutical company.  Part of his job description is to interface with physicians and surgeons.  Unlike many others who call upon physicians, […]