Podcasts For Men
Good old radio is finally becoming a democratic means of mass-communication: Podcasts are on the rise like never before.
[miptheme_dropcap style=”normal” color=”#222222″ background=””]A[/miptheme_dropcap]s a worldwide trend listening to radio shows is on the demise. What takes regular broadcasting’s place is individual-based radio that does not not belong to any bigger network. Here, show hosts have no restriction on topics and can cover anything they like.
The “newfound” freedom in broadcasting goes by the name of Podcast and is by no means limited to users of Apple’s pricey products. On top of that, these days regular podcasts have become so popular they may even outnumber ordinary radio stations in terms of the amount of listeners.
Instead of bringing you the usual “top 50 podcasts for men”, consisting merely of the those with the highest amounts of subscribers, we have hand-selected three of the best podcasts for men. Consider these not a two-sided conversation with an interesting person, but a one-sided one where you are on the listening end. These three recommended podcasts for men cover the all-time men’s favorites of entrepreneurship, politics as well as humor, and are all highly informative in their own unique way.
Listening to podcasts is not for the time when you are physically active, but for when youre lieing down, looking for fresh thoughts that might give you the one or other inspiration for self-development. Take the one-sided conversation as what it is, an offer of information that you can take or leave, and dive into the world of the radio of the 21st century.
Here come 3 great Podcasts For Men.
The Best Podcasts For Men: Tropical MBA
The title says it all. This podcasts brings quality information about building a location-independent business which will allow you obtain your self-acclaimed DIY MBA in whatever tropical location you enjoy most.
In consequence of a lifestyle that seeks out the more finer locations in life their their focus is on “lifestyle business”. In their own words:
The first question in our enterprises is generally not how can we maximize our income, but rather what are we trying to optimize for? what do we care about? and what are we interested in doing?
Broadcasting from: Bali, Indonesia
Recommended episode: #285 “So You’ve Got Some Time and Location Freedom, What’s Next?”
The Best Podcasts For Men: Jim Florentine
New Jersey based standup comedian Jim Florentine has been running his own podcasts for several years now. In
case you have never heard of him Jim is the guy voicing the retard character on the Comde Central show Crank Yankers that got some recognition for his trademark sign of yelling out “YAAAAAAY” all the time. (Jim: “my parents are proud”).
On his podcast Jim makes fun of “Awful Facebook Posts” (12 parts in that series) as well as “Jerk Offs That Make Small Talk About the Weather”. Hilarious rants that deep down aim at the feminization of American Society.
Broadcasting from: New Jersey, USA
Recommended episode: August 18, 2014: “Robin Williams, Depression and Suicide”- Drawing from his own life experience Jim explains how depression and suicide is a disease, not someone’s “fault”.
The Best Podcasts For Men: Larken Rose
Not really a podcast, but rather a youtube channel.
Larken Rose continues the great American tradition of aversion against any kind of central government. Politically a voluntarist/anarchist he delivers mind-blowing insight into how believing in the necessity of a state actually is a modern representation of religion. The state, says Rose, thus is the “most dangerous superstition”. And for a fact, almost all of the most heinous atrocities of the “century of
extremes” (Eric Hobsbawm) have been committed not by “terrorists” or criminals, but under the claim of “legality”.
Larken stands upright to his believes and calls the idea of paying “taxes” by their real name, namely: extortion. He is one of the few americans who’d rather face jailtime instead of having a dubious entity called “the state” take his money without any justification other than simply being “the state”. Impressively, Larken gets his message across without being all too geeky, whining or waving the Confederate flag.
Broadcasting from: USA
Recommended episode: September 16, 2013: Video “How They See You” – An Impressive insight into the mindset of a ruling class and their brutal, costume-wearing henchmen.