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S3, Episode 31-[Physician Fireside Chat] Tom Rairdon-High Income Parents Part 2
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Welcome back to Part 2 of our fireside chat with Tom Rairdon.
My friends, in this show, I try and dig deep to find interesting people. As a matter of fact, I featured this physician a few weeks ago in Three Blogs for Physicians That You Haven’t Heard Of.
Our next guest is one of those people. He is a physician, a father of five, and a bit of a finance, philosophy, and psychology junkie. He started blogging to help other high-income parents navigate the obstacles we all have in trying to raise well-rounded, well-adjusted, motivated, and well-educated kids.
You know… being an only child myself, I was blessed with having all of my parents attention. Since I have two beautiful girls… this kind of mission really hits home for me. I really love this mission for this blog. I didn’t have a sibling and so, I know I’ve missed some lessons along the way.
I can’t wait to hear about his journey and his advice for us!
Please help me welcome Dr. Tom Rairdon from High-Income Parents. Welcome, Tom!
In this podcast you will:
- Discover a big mistake Tom made while he started his investing strategies (Hint: it almost made family gatherings very uncomfortable)
- Learn Tom’s priorities on contributing to savings vs paying off debt
- Discover the ways he is saving for college for 5 children
- Gain knowledge on preparing for retirement at an early age
For all the show notes, transcription, and more, check out the podcast website at http://doctorfreedompodcast.com/
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