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Click below to access one of Dr. Drummond’s recent presentations about physician burnout.
“One of the most important things every physician can do – to eliminate money worries as a contributor to burnout – is to develop a comprehensive financial plan.” – Dike Drummond, MD
Happy New Year! This is the time of year for making resolutions. As a physician, it may be the perfect time to resolve to lower your risk of “physician burnout” by taking a few simple steps to improve your financial health. At Hudock Capital, we are more than financial advisors, we are Wealth Partners. We understand that physician burnout is real; we know that financial concerns often contribute to the condition and we believe that we are uniquely qualified to help.
For many physicians, burnout simply comes with the job. According to the Mayo Clinic Proceedings (www.mayoclinicproceedings.org), more than half of physicians expressed feeling burned out. Although many things may play a role in contributing to burnout, there are steps you can take to reduce your burnout risk and improve your life.
Dr. Dike Drummond MD, author of “Stop Physician Burnout” explains: “one key to reducing burnout risk is to delegate responsibility to qualified experts whenever possible. This allows you to enjoy more quality time with your family, utilize your unique abilities as a physician, and focus on the most rewarding part of your job – helping others.” Dr. Drummond has successfully coached hundreds of physicians to delegate responsibility when appropriate as an important component of their burnout prevention strategy.
One of the simplest ways to improve your financial health and reduce money stress is to lean on the experience of a trusted expert. Understanding your financial picture, developing financial goals and a plan to reach them and implementing a focused investment strategy can seem daunting when you attempt to go it alone in your “spare time”. As your Wealth Partner, Hudock Capital starts with your life, and plans your money around it, and then we worry about all the details so that you don’t have to. It all starts with a financial plan—one that is customized for you and your family. And that’s something we are prepared to begin doing for you right now in a way that no one else does.
Please visit us at hudockcapital.com to learn more about us and our unique brand of a purpose-driven client experience. And while you’re there, use the following link: www.hudockcapital.com/dr_drummond to access one of Dr. Drummond’s recent presentations about physician burnout and what you can do help reduce your risk.
At Hudock Capital, we are ready to help improve your financial health. Let us develop a customized financial plan and investment strategy that is right for you. We invite you to contact us to schedule a free, no-obligation appointment, near your home or place of work, to discuss how easy it is to get started. We look forward to meeting you.
Thank you and Happy New Year!
Joshua J. Maeulen, ChFC®