Starting Your Practice Right
Find the practice that’s right for you — and negotiate your contract like a pro
Click on the ‘Order Now’ button below to order my new book. You can start reading right now by joining my mail list with the form on the right. I am offering a free advance copy of my chapter titled ‘Negotiating Your Contract Like A Pro’ to everyone who signs up.
As you finish your training and begin looking for your first practice, finding the right job is your opportunity to start creating the life of your dreams. Starting Your Practice Right will show you what to look for in a practice, how to evaluate the critical details, and how to pick one that’s right for you. You’ll also learn how to negotiate a work and time-off balance so you can prevent burnout and have time for fun, family, and friends.
This book is about more than the money—but how you choose to allocate your money early in your career directly impacts your future wealth and the age at which you can retire. Too many doctors are carrying perpetual debt and giving a large chunk of each paycheck to the bank.
Begin your career with a plan for tackling the big stuff.
This book maps the critical paths, and shows you how to:
- Find the type of practice that suits you, in the right location
- Negotiate your contract to get the pay and time off that you deserve
- Become the kind of doctor you want to be, with the right reputation
- Pay off student loan debt easier than you thought possible
- Protect your assets with the right insurance
- Plan for retirement and understand the cost of procrastinating
- Find the right financial and life balance for you and your family
What Others Had to Say:
4/9/18, Wealthy Doc
7/11/17, Physician on Fire
“I found this to be an absolutely outstanding book. It should be required reading for every resident and I am certain they would welcome the guidance to successfully navigate the early stages of their medical career.”
“There’s just a whole lot of important stuff in here. NONE OF IT was addressed by ANYONE in my training track.”
Nathan Kemalyan, MD, FACS