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Episode Info: Well, here we are at Episode #17. This week's show is a bit more introspective; we're talking about what coaching is and whether we should get ourselves a coach to improve our performance in various aspects of life. As promised, here's a list of some of our favorite podcasts (in no particular order) and what they're about: The Dave Ramsey Show: Dave answers all sorts of personal finance questions and teaches his method for getting out of debt and building wealth slowly. Stuff You Should Know: Our heroes Josh and Chuck tackle a wide array of interesting topics from how landfills work to how internet censorship works. It's a great, lighthearted variety show with some knowledge and humor intermingled. Your Move by Andy Stanley: Andy Stanley is the pastor of Northpoint Church, and teaches some of the most practical and applicable sermons you'll ever hear. Their church aims to be a "church that un-churched people want to attend," so give them a try even if you're not a religious person! Planet Money: The Planet Money team talks about all sorts of economic issues; but don't worry, it's far from a bore! They wind intriguing stories and make financial concepts easy for anybody to understand. The Dinner Party Download: DPD is a high-culture variety show that gives you interesting historical tales (with a themed cocktail to match), interviews, and more. Try it if you want to feel a little more cultured and prepared for your next dinner outing. TED Radio Hour: This show takes TED talks and ties them together in ways that more fully flesh out the concepts than any of the individual bits. It tells a much more coherent picture and is great for learning and thought-provoking ideas. RadioLab: RadioLab tells grand tales about odd historical events in super interesting and unique ways. Highly worth it for good stories and history. Freakonomics: Dubner and Levitt offer a different perspective on many issues, as diverse as crime, economics, and more. They always keep it interesting and guarantee that you'll learn something almost by accident through the cool stuff. And for those of you interested in thumbing through the pages of some great books, here's a link to Travis' recommended reading for personal development. Enjoy! Head to iTunes and rate us! Subscribe for more at any of the following places: iTuRead more »

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