Ronnie Shalev is a board certified ER doc whose high pressure job sucked the life out of her, leaving her burned out, & unable to enjoy her life. Because she made great money, she felt bound by the “golden handcuffs,” & felt trapped. Through passive real estate investing, she was able to quit her grueling ER job & move into a less-demanding role at a medical device company. Now, she helps others create passive income, so that they have the freedom to live life on their terms, and not be at the mercy of their jobs.
Ronnie Shalev, Board Certified Emergency Physician in the studio. Ronnie pivoted from her job as a physician of 16 years to a real estate investor. Ronnie stated her job sucked the life out of her, leaving her drained, burnt out, and unable to enjoy her family and kids. Ronnie wanted to reclaim her life but didn’t know where to start.
Now Ronnie’s mission is to share this knowledge with other physicians who are feeling trapped, want to free themselves from their job, and live life on their terms.
In this episode of The Career Rx we’ll discuss:
* Looking for nonclinical careers from the private * Advice about nonclinical resumes and
* Dr. Shalev’s experience in real estate investing for passive income.
This episode is an inspiring conversation with Dr. Ronnie Shalev, a post market surveillance (quality) physician, about her transition from emergency medicine to her medical device industry career… and her adventures in real estate investing. Listen as Dr. Shalev details her journey through the ups and downs of clinical medicine, mastering how she presented her transferable skills, and creating passive income for more financial freedom.
In this episode of The Docs Outside The Box:
Dr. Nii sits down with Dr. Ronnie Shalev, an Emergency Medicine doctor who exited her high-pressure job to pursue a career in real estate investment in order to gain the time and financial freedom she desired. In this discussion, Dr. Shalev shares her journey, her motivation, successes, and failures. She also gives advice to doctors who are where she was – burned out, disillusioned, and looking for options outside of clinical medicine.
Now her mission is to share this knowledge with fellow physicians. On this upcoming episode of The Worthy Physician Podcast, she shares her story of burnout, how she pivoted, and where she is now, available to help other physicians.
Dr. Ronnie Shalev completed her medical degree at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center and her Emergency Medicine Residency at Drexel University College of Medicine.
She is a board-certified Emergency Medicine doctor whose high-pressure job sucked the life out of her, leaving her weary, burned out, and unable to enjoy her family and day-to-day life. Because she was paid well, she felt bound by the “golden handcuffs,” and saw no end in sight.
Through passive real estate investing, she was able to quit her grueling emergency room job and move into a less-demanding role at a medical device company. Now, she helps frustrated physicians who feel trapped earn income with passive real estate investments so they have more freedom and are not bound by their jobs.
Two Emergency Medicine Physicians talk burnout and real estate investing!
Dr. Ronnie Shalev went into Emergency Medicine all fired up for the thrill of not knowing what to expect next, despite her father’s warning that as a physician too, Emergency Medicine is known for burnout.
And that’s exactly what happened. Dr. Shalev found herself burning out and looking for a way to still utilize her training to help others but just no longer at the bedside.
She ventured into the medical device business and generating income through real estate investing. Although investing in real estate may sound complicated and perhaps a great risk for your financial future, Ronnie breaks it down into simple steps and explains how to get involved utilizing your 401K.
Dr Ronnie Shalev is a board certified ER doctor whose high pressure job sucked the life out of her, leaving her weary, burned out, and unable to enjoy her family, kids, and day-to-day life. Because she made great money, she felt bound by the “golden handcuffs,” and saw no end in sight. Through passive real estate investing, she was able to quit her grueling emergency room job and move into a less-demanding role at a medical device company. Now, she helps frustrated physicians who feel trapped by their jobs, earn passive income so that they have the freedom to do what they want with their time and not feel bound by their jobs.
Passive income is a must if you really want to practice medicine on your own terms.
Passive income is important because it creates stability, security, and freedom in your financial life.
Additionally, since passive income is not limited by your time and effort, it can have a positive, and significant, effect on your ability to build wealth.
In this episode, Dr. Ronnie Shalev Winski will be sharing with us:
How through passive real estate syndication, she was able to quit her grueling emergency room job and move into a less-demanding role at a medical device company.
How to create passive income through syndication, so that you have the freedom to do what you want with your time, and not feel bound by your job.
Dr. Ronnie is a double board-certified Physician Executive with a background in corporate, clinical (15 years in emergency medicine), and research environments.
She now helps physicians earn passive income through apartment investing.
My guest, Ronnie Shalev MD, BCMAS, shares her transition and transformation from her clinical roles into her current non-clinical activities. Ronnie has created a role for herself in a company that is not a healthcare provider, but provides service to physicians and healthcare organizations. She has also created a passive stream of income in real estate.
“For those wanting to leave medicine or a clinical role, there are opportunities out there that you haven’t even thought about. The key to opening and expanding your mind is to talk to as many people that have made the transition as possible. Include people with similar backgrounds to you who are now in completely different roles. The more you talk and hear about it, the more normal it seems.”
– Ronnie shares how her high pressure job as a board certified ER doctor left her feeling burned out.
– Through passive real estate investing, she was able to quit her clinical job and transition to a less-demanding role at a medical device company.
– She shares how networking helped her land the job as Director of Post Market Surveillance and Quality at Abbott.
– Why her education and critical thinking skills as a physician enhance her success in her role, which was previously held by an engineer.
– How Ronnie and her husband, Ben Winski, created multiple streams of income that allowed them the flexibility and freedom they desired.
– Ronnie shares her passion for helping others to create passive income, so they have freedom and are not bound by their jobs.
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