I'm just catching up on my Medical Economics reading, but there's a real gem hidden here in the pile of past issues. The April 19 issue features an article by a Wyoming-based FP who dug himself out of a mountain of school debt and built a thriving practice in a town of only 20,000 in just seven years.
He owns his own 7,200 square foot building, employs four physician extenders (PA's), and works - get this - only four days a week. He says he has enough ime to coach all four of his kids' sports, and he's earning in the top 5% of practictioners.
Check it out: "How I built a successful medical practice in under seven years" by Kurt Hunter MD (and by the way, he actually IS a hunter, and a fisherman, too).