Social media, school, close friends, unknown neighbors, complete strangers - these are the people we compare our lives to. Sometimes we feel like we are doing better than most of them, and other times we are way behind them. How does this affect how we parent? How does this affect our daily lives? How does it affect our feelings?
Envy is one of those words most of us choose not to discuss. We would rather not reflect on how many of the decisions we make in life are derived from the feeling of envy.
Today's episode discussed the idea of envy, how it negatively affects our lives, and what we can do about it.
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I am happy to announce that I will be speaking at the White Coat Investor Physician Wellness and Financial Literacy conference this coming February 9-12, 2022. This event discussed everything you need to know about physician finances and how to better prepare for your future. I will speaking as part of their wellness track, which includes credit for CME!
For more information or to sign up, go to https://cvent.me/01VKLZ?RefId=Jeremy+Toffle
I will also be presenting at the Marriage and Money MD Conference coming this November 15-17. 21 physicians and physician spouses will be speaking about marital communication, investing, conflict resolution, intimacy, financial planning, and so much more. You will also be eligible for up to 20 AMA PRA Category 1 credits for attending! You can check it out and sign up for free at https://marriageandmoneymd.heysummit.com/?sc=dJdFutPx&ac=dZCH3C4t
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