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The Scope of Practice Podcast

Helping Your Patients Is What You Love Most. But Putting On Your White Coat Comes With Many Other Responsibilities, Most Of Which You Weren’t Prepared For In School.

Most physicians and dentists enter their profession with large amounts of personal debt. And beyond that - they begin working with little to no knowledge of how to actually run a practice.


You should be able to help your patients and do what you love without being stressed by all the other obligations that come with managing your medical practice.


As a fellow physician, I understand how overwhelming it can be to step out of clinical training and into a career, and I have seen first hand the lack of education on how to run a practice and manage finances.


I was fortunate to grow up in a family where my parents were intentional about teaching me personal finance. Working with colleagues who didn’t benefit from such early financial training inspired me to become certified as a Master Financial Coach. In this new role, my first 300 coaching clients paid off over $1.2 million of debt in just 2 months.


That’s why I started “The Scope of Practice.” My goal is to help you gain the knowledge you need to run your business successfully and manage your personal finances with expertise.


You don’t have to feel overwhelmed by the pressures of running your practice or by your own personal finances. Restore the joy you receive from helping your patients, knowing you have the knowledge and skills to handle all the other responsibilities that come with that. 

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