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|Subject: Re: Student Debt||Date: 7/21/1999 9:04 PM|
|Author: JLC||Number: 12441 of 78020|
<<I addition to the previous comments, I think you may find that reading THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko useful.
They don't tell you where to invest, but how to avoid mistakes that keep you from becoming a millionaire.
This will be especially useful to the Dr.'s in the crowd, since a LOT of them don't become millionaires in proportion to other groups. School teachers beat you guys hands down.>>
I think the temptation of that first job is too great after "starving and suffering" all those years of school. THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR is a great read, will hopefully help you keep things in perspective. Appearance and status are not the same, you'll find that out soon enough in treating patients. Don't go trying to live the lifestyle of what society thinks a doctor should live. Be yourself.
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