How to Find a Financial Advisor (And Why You Need One)

Financial advisors and wealth managers are not just for rich people or for investing in llama futures and bitcoin loan sharks. Health professionals have complicated financial lives. Huge debts, job search expenses, salary negotiations, moving costs, nanny salaries, high rents and mortgages near the medical center, wedding expenses, and even unforeseen costs like car accidents can make investing and saving for retirement seem decades away, but a wise planner can be a great resource while a veterinarian or anesthesiologist concentrates on her practice. Good financial planners excel at calming their clients down, getting clients sorted out with insurance policies (that … Continue reading How to Find a Financial Advisor (And Why You Need One)

Happy Thanksgiving: Setting and Maintaining Family Boundaries [Especially for Asian and South Asian Families]

“You have to come visit us every weekend with the kids, because we took care of you when you were little.” “Spend only $300 per year on clothes. You don’t need to impress anyone in your office.” “Of course I called that manager at Google. I had to find out why they didn’t hire my son after the last interview.” Every day, thousands of people sit on couches in their therapists’ offices , learning they lack boundaries in their interpersonal relationships. Whether it is a parent controlling the life of a self-sufficient adult child, a wife belittling her husband’s hobbies, or … Continue reading Happy Thanksgiving: Setting and Maintaining Family Boundaries [Especially for Asian and South Asian Families]

Good Job, Brain! How to Create a Pub Trivia Podcast

What radio podcast has three words, one exclamation point, mines the game Trivial Pursuit for questions, and has been produced by three UC Berkeley alums and their pal for the past four years? It’s Good Job, Brain! But if you’re a trivia buff you probably already knew that. Continue reading Good Job, Brain! How to Create a Pub Trivia Podcast