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22 Comments

  1. Kevin Napalo

    I failed to mention in my last show suggestion that I Subscribe to your show on My apple TV.

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    • Joshua Sheats

      Didn’t even know you could do that!

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  2. JT

    Is there a way to get a feed for all your shows? If not, would you consider expanding your Podcast feed so that it would be possible to listen to your show from the beginning! I would certainly make listening to them “on the go” much easier 🙂

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    • Joshua Sheats

      Working on it JT…there’s a technical reason why it doesn’t work easily. Thanks for the note!

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    • Lee

      JT, look at HuffDuffer.com. Setup an account, save a bookmarklet to your bookmarks. Then when you are on a web page that links to an audio file (like the web page for a podcast episode), run the bookmarklet. This adds the linked audio to a personal podcast feed. Then subscribe to that podcast with your app. It works great!

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  3. Jonathan Lopresti

    Josh,

    Undeniably without question, you are producing my favorite podcast series. Thanks for connecting me to this information, as it resonates within my core. Thank you for making the time to produce lengthy and deep conversations that dig at the roots of lives many paradigms. A suggestion for the retirement balance projection topic, is that I found an online template in Microsoft Excel. To find it, one must search for “retirement financial planner”.

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  4. Kale

    Love the show so far (listened to 2 episodes). If you really want to save on razors, buy a double-edged razor. High price, low cost. A decent used razor will cost you ~25 or more. However, I just bought bulk blades at ~$0.10 per on Amazon (they are made in Russia, so prices may go up if current political situation changes. But these prices aren’t unheard of). Even the CVS store brand are only $0.25 per.

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    • PG

      If you really want to save on razors just do an internet search for “how to make razors last longer”. I’ve been using the same disposable Mach 3 razor blade since New Year’s Day! Yes, almost 4 months now using the same razor. It still shaves great and I almost never cut myself. The secret is to keep them dry between uses and to “freshen” the edge periodically. I’ll let you discover on your own how to do those two things. 🙂

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  5. FM

    Josh,

    Just wanted to drop a line and thank you for putting this show together. I just wrote a post about your podcast, and was basically just expressing how happy I was to find a show like this to replace the void left by the lack of continual Mad Fientist episodes. Of course, there’s room in my heart for both, but a lack of one led me to the other.

    Couldn’t be happier with what you’re producing here.

    Keep up the great work!

    FM

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    • Joshua Sheats

      Thanks, FM! I appreciate the comments and feedback! If you’re looking for FIRE content, search the archives for an interview with Ed Mills The Millionaire Educator, Go Curry Cracker, and Jacob Lund Fisker. Start with those.

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      • FM

        I will get started on that shortly! Thank you very much.

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  6. Judith

    Great podcast, Thanks so much!

    To sum it up, what makes your show so enjoyable is:
    – Various subjects: Historical Background, interviews and practical advice
    – The personal and humane point of view, not just the practical stuff.
    – Clear and easy to use archive

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  7. alex

    Thanks Josh. Btw, the ebook and audiobook are also available on Sribd for subscribers to that monthly service.

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  8. Christopher Virgin

    Great Podcast!! I have been waiting for content like this for years. Thank you!!

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  9. Jason

    How do I see the show notes?

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  10. Stephanie

    Great Podcast!

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  11. Phil

    Always a thorough interview when you’re listening to Josh. Thanks so much for all the value and information you provide to the community!

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  12. Vernon "Drew" Welch

    What’s up with that article about the 70,000 pay increase guy? No link smh……are human or something?

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    • Joshua Sheats

      What article are you referring to?

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  13. Scot

    Great Podcast!

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  14. Dragline

    This (#309) is probably the best one you have done so far, and I listen to most. When you put down the childishness of the drama that pervades of much of what we hear, you begin to be wise. See 1 Corinthians 11.

    Many people never get there.

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    • Joshua Sheats

      Thanks, Dragline! I really appreciate it!

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