The Eternal Physician, What if you never ever retire?
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What would it look like if you never retire? What are the pros and cons of working for the rest of your life? What if there was a reason you could not retire? How might a physician structure their life? An eternal physician opens the potential for more family time, time with children in their younger years, and longer time for investment decisions. Tune in to hear the thought experiment of the eternal physician to view retirement in a different way.
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IN THIS EPISODE
- [0:56] Thoughts about work and how retirement ties into that.
- [5:24] Does vacation feel like an escape for you, or does it feel like ultimate relaxation?
- [9:35] What if there was a reason a physician could not retire? How might a physician structure their life?
- [17:03] Many physicians desire to retire early; what is a physician retiring to? Were they fulfilled in their career?
- [20:51] Financial and personal aspects of never retiring.
- [28:55] Thoughts if physicians feel frustration or anger around today's discussion.
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