I am excited to present the 18th guest of the interview series, The Frugal Physician. She is a mother, a wife, and a primary care physician trained in internal medicine. Her family was the typical physician household that inflated their lifestyle right out of residency. They found ourselves deep in student debt and unhappy, even though they supposedly had everything. Reluctantly at first, they found the utility of frugality and it turns out to be the best thing that ever happened to them. Now, they are swiftly making our way out of debt and towards financial freedom.
I am very happy to present the 16th guest of the of the interview series – Jarek from Time In The Market. He is a 30 something guy taking an easy path to financial independence. He is not overly frugal but wants to get out of the grind while he is still young enough to enjoy life. He believes there’s no rush but you never know what the future will bring and it’s always good to be prepared. The goal is to be financially independent by his early 40s.
I am very happy to present 15th guest of the interview series – Dr. Chipo Dendere. She is a Zimbabwean born scholar of political science. I study factors that influence party survival and democratization in the developing world. As a Consortium for Diversity – Post-Doctoral fellow At Amherst College, I teach Political Sciences classes on African Politics and Democratization in the Developing World.