Time is money.
It's an age-old phrase that tells us time is a valuable resource, so it's better to do things as quickly as possible. Wasting time is wasting money.
But what if money = time?
In residency, you've yet to start earning the big bucks, and may even be living paycheck to paycheck. Once you've completed residency and moved onto a full-time position or a career in locum tenens, you can see how quickly you can earn a substantial living working as a physician.
However, what happens when money does not equal time, but instead stuff?