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What’s Coming This Episode?
This week we’re grateful as we’e finally on iTunes and a great deal of reviews have begun to appear. Thank you one and all!
Sean goes a little news crazy to begin with but we’ll let him off because he’s got the fitness bug thanks to his ‘Couch to 5K’ regime. Ed talks briefly about the sad news regarding Cory Monteith.
The Male Revolution is here! We men are in trouble emotionally,though, at least according to Sean. Ed, the pedantic dishwasher stacker, thinks he’s pretty advanced – he’s been on a bread making course! Seriously though, the role of the male is under threat: we’re outperformed at school by our female peers, we have higher levels of health issues and even suicide. We discuss the end of the world very briefly.
Enjoy! Thanks for listening as ever.
Show Notes and Links
- Thanks to all at The Property Podcast for their help and advice
- Couch to 5K
- The wonderful Andrew Marr is back at work! Welcome back, Andrew
- Kids are being tested earlier and earlier and we’re not so sure it’s a good idea
- Our beloved(?) NHS is under threat. Sean is clear in his view that it’s simply under-staffed.
- Does caffeine cause anxiety?
- Cory Monteith dies at 31 after an overdose
- Diane Abbott MP – Crisis of Masculinity
- Is intelligence overrated? IQ vs EQ
Resource of the Week
- Sean mentioned a book of his, the wonderfully titled ‘What Colour is Your Knicker Elastic?’. You can grab a copy and find out more from our very own website.
- Sean also mentioned a very funny couple of YouTube clips called Dumb Ways to Die and Dumb Ways to Fail.
- Ed talked enthusiastically about a fantastic resource for those looking to build an online business. Behold Fizzle.co by Corbett Barr, Chase Reeves and Caleb Wojcik. Get involved.
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