5 PODCASTS THAT WILL MAKE YOU A BETTER MAN

Podcasts are a GREAT way to keep learning new every day –
even while on the move.
Pick one of the following podcast, download it to your phone and enjoy the podcast experience on your commute to work or while working out!

Soon enough you’ll notice the positive effect podcast like these can have on your life!

  1. The Tim Ferriss ShowRanked #1 (of all 300,000+ podcasts) on many occasions:
    It is the first business/interview podcast to pass 100,000,000 downloads, and it has been selected as iTunes’ “Best of 2014,” “Best of 2015,” and “Best of 2016” (most downloaded).

Each episode, Tim deconstructs world-class performers from different areas of life (investing, sports, business, art, etc.) to extract the tactics, tools, and routines you can use. This includes favorite books, morning routines, exercise habits, time-management tricks, and much more.

2. Rich20Something

Daniel DiPiazza is a self-taught millennial entrepreneur. DiPiazza is an advocate for being your own boss, and takes a friendly approach to professional self-discovery, freelancing, leadership, and business organization. Freelance advice is a hot space to be in, too — the rise of the gig economy seems to have inspired a new generation of side-hustlers and aspiring “solopreneurs.”
But it can be scary to get started, which might be why DiPiazza welcomed guest Mark Dhamma, a performance coach for entrepreneurs, to talk about facing one’s fears.

3. The School of Greatness

Lewis Howes is a former pro athlete who badly broke his wrist (thus ending his career early) then recommitted his career to developing an internet marketing presence by building relationships on LinkedIn. In his podcast, The School of Greatness, he interviews entrepreneurs, athletes, and the occasional celebrity “to help you find out what makes great people great.”

4. Art of Manliness

The show topics cover everything from history and philosophy, to social/professional skills, to parenting, to self-defense and physical training, to pop culture and literature.

5. Hardcore History

Dan Carlin has been called a lot of things, but no one will describe him as boring. His two long-running podcasts are among the most popular in the world. Part storyteller, part analyst, Carlin has mastered the art of looking at subjects from multiple angles and dissecting and thinking about them in original ways. He isn’t afraid to go deep or to inject historical context into modern debates. Whether it’s history or current events he’s discussing, his passion is contagious, his approach refreshing and his ideas tickle your brain in all the right places.
He’ll make you mad too. You’ll like it.