It’s our annual “favourite resources” episode – full of books, podcasts and apps to entertain and educate. Here’s the full list…
- The Consolations of Philosophy – Alain de Botton
- The One Thing – Gary Keller
- Do No Harm – Henry Marsh
- Elon Musk – Ashlee Vance
- Scaling Up – Verne Harnish
- Ready Player One – Ernest Cline
- The Real Deal: The Autobiography of Britain’s Most Controversial Media Mogul
- The Art of Charm
- Planet Money
- The History of Rome
- Hardcore History
- The Tim Ferriss Show
- The Mystery Show
- Weekly Economics Podcast
Resource of the week
What, another one?
It’s like a tech-enabled version of the game where you have to guess what’s written on the post-it note on your head – but faster paced, and with the bonus that it films the reactions of the people you’re playing with.
Lots of fun for all the family – speaking of which…
News this week
Yes, it’s the Bank of England’s Financial Stability Report. Page 29 is where the property stuff starts – and it talks about how they’re going to be keeping an eye on the underwriting standards of buy-to-let lenders.
We get into a discussion of what it all means on the episode, but the report is worth a browse too.
This week’s mentions
Big thanks to the North West Landlord Association for giving The Property Hub a whole page in its members’ magazine! (And to Mark Morris for making it happen).
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What books, podcasts and software have you loved this year?
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