A few years back, I took a personality test that was bent toward business. Among other things, my test came back with comments like: [Read more…]
Successful real estate investors have advantages that aren?t available to the rest of us. Their success comes down to one of three things. [Read more…]
That was the mantra I heard over and over again in residency. This was the way that all new doctors learned how to do procedures. [Read more…]
Bigger is better!
Now I?m not talking about your backside, your waistline, or your private parts.
What I am talking about is the great debate among investors who invest in real estate. Which is better ? residential real estate or commercial multifamily real estate? [Read more…]
Yes, we were servants too, but only to our patients.
We loved it.
It was the greatest gig ever; in fact most of us never saw it as a job. Instead it was a calling.
Then medicine was hijacked. [Read more…]
While those changes took time to materialize, the speed at which health care has changed has significantly accelerated. In fact, as doctors we have seen more changes in medicine over the last decade than our predecessors saw during their entire careers. [Read more…]
Have you been paying attention to the presidential race?
These are certainly interesting times.
In fact, I?ve seen a bunch of stuff that I?ve never seen before. However, not everything is new. The top candidates on both sides are attacking each other like there is no tomorrow.
Take for example this ad for Hillary Clinton on youtube.
Whether you liked him or not, one thing is clear ? he was a musical genius. His talent seemed endless, not just as a singer and a performer, but also as a writer and a creator.
He was rewarded handsomely for his talent and hard work, accumulating upwards of $300 million in net worth by some estimates.
In the wake of his death, another revelation came out ? Prince did not have a will. [Read more…]
Every doctor knows this to be true. I can?t tell you how many discussions I?ve had with families who wanted everything to be done for their profoundly demented, vegetative loved one with terminal cancer.
Some of the lowest moments of my career have come from performing heroic measures on patients without any quality of life. In these situations, it seems cruel to thwart a merciful death. How can I feel good about prolonging someone else?s suffering? [Read more…]