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I Am Doctor currently 36 who won the game in my current career. Top 10pct at what I do. Did everything I wanted to do and am a little bored. Saved some lives. Published in best journal. Turned down academic career. Make 300k working 50hrs a wk. can make 600k if I move to bumblefuck. Practice got sold in PE deal. Have enough money we can put our (current very young) kids through college and also never work again. We currently save 60 pct of income. I'm not fancy.
My deal fully vests when I'm 40. I will prob retire or change careers.
I've been very interested in finance since I was 10. Read txtbooks, papers, books, listen to podcasts etc. it's literally my only hobby. Find markets really interesting. Am a little obsessive about it. Didn't go into field out of sense of altruism desire to make world better place etc.
I'm very aware there is a huge difference between liking to bake bread and being a baker. And being a doctor is basically useless for any other career.
Is there a career option in finance/high finance where I can work 50-60hrs a week since I need to be present for my kids?
What should I do to make myself competitive for that job in next 4 or so years... CFA exams, MBA at 40, programming skills, quant math willing to do whatever?
Am I an idiot, and should I just retire at 40? Obvi I don't care about money/paycut. I just want to do something interesting. But, I hire people currently and realize the reasons why no one would want to hire me.