What’s Coming This Episode?
Oh my word, we’ve somehow managed to clock up a whole year of podcasts! It’s been a joy to be honest (aside from the late Wednesday nights editing the darn thing) but first we’d like to say a HUGE thank you to all who have listened and continue to support the show – we actually crossed the 100,00 download mark last week which is kind of mind boggling.
Aside from discussing our anniversary this week, Sean and Ed dive deeper into the subject of age, ageing and why some people seem to be able to appreciate their ‘twilight’ years better than others.
Thanks again and here’s to another year of getting better each and every day.
It’s The Self Help Podcast! Enjoy the show 🙂
Show Notes and Links
- Episode 1 sounded like this – blimey!
- Here’s the link to Sean’s blog post for this week. Well worth a read
- Thanks to GoodPodcasts.com for the support, traffic and feedback. Check ’em out – great resource
- ‘Can we be taught how to grow old gracefully?‘
- 23 and 1/2 hours: What is the single best thing we can do for our health?
- Learn from the Blue Zones
- Portrait of my grandfather : 80 and still cycling
- Is this ‘160-year-old’ Ethiopian man the world’s oldest ever person?
Resource of the Week
- Sean has a book called Wisdom. There are a series of products available in the ‘range’ and all are wonderful
- Ed stumbled upon an amazing resource which lists and links to the ‘300 best commencement speeches of all time‘. Watch one a day and you’ll be sorted
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