We all make New Year's resolutions. How far they make it into the next year depends on many factors. Can you make it a habit? Is it something you really want to do, or something you NEED to do?
The gentlemen discuss working on their own personal resolutions, what they are looking forward to doing in 2018, and why grit is needed to get your resolutions to really stick. And a ton of other podcasts you should listen to after you get done with this one.
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Crafted and Cured - (531 Wayne Ave, Dayton, Ohio 45410) - A selection of over sixty craft beers, a hand-selected wine list, and a variety of cured meats and cheeses
Five Rivers MetroParks - Home to some of the most interesting places in Dayton. From shopping local at Second Street Market to exploring scenic rivers and forests, there is something to do for everyone. Including ice skating during the winter months.
Congressional Dish - Host Jen Briney does her homework. She talks about current issues not as a pundit, but as someone who has watched the sausage get made. Jen knows what has gone into it, a little history on the topic, and what it means to you as a voter and as a citizen.
My History Can Beat Up Your Politics - Fake news and political scandals are not new. This podcast is a trip through history that shows while we think we are living in unique and turbulent times, this has happened before. All over the world.
The Dork Forest - Admit it. You are a complete nerd about something. So is host Jackie Kashian, who sits down with other nerds to dig into their topic of choice. From leisure suits to cross stitching, there is something for everyone.
Radiolab - A podcast that explores...what they want to explore. The topics range from science to the human condition, with some of the best ones being a little bit of both.
The Moth - In cities around the country, storytellers come together and explore the theme of the evening. This podcast talks about the craft of spinning a yarn that will pull the audience in and leave them wanting more.
This American Life - "There's a theme to each episode of This American Life, and a variety of stories on that theme. Most of the stories are journalism, with an occasional comedy routine or essay. There's lots more to the show, but it's sort of hard to describe." - from the website
You Are Not So Smart - You think you know a topic? This podcast is here to show you that while you think you are an expert on atopic, the truth is there is a lot to learn.
1 True Sentence - The personal storytelling blog of Bryan Suddith.
Dayton Most Metro - Where Dayton goes to find all of the best event happening in the Miami Valley.