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Not about Mortgages… Cut the crap!

cut the crapIt’s rare that I talk about something that isn’t directly related to mortgages, real estate or finances.  Today is one of those days.  I want to share this pretty cool podcast channel I stumbled upon.  Maybe you’ll find it as useful as I did.

Cut the Crap.

Yup, that’s the name of this podcast channel.   Ok, at first, I thought, what can this be about?  Maybe it’s a spinoff from the old Penn and Teller show?? But then, I saw the headline at the bottom “Never read a book again”.   I thought, okay, let’s check this out.   And I’m glad I did.

The podcast is hosted and created by Ryan Caligiuri, a Marketing Specialist.  He’s committed to reading one business book a week, and then cutting the fluff, or ‘crap’ out and giving us the “golden nuggets” (bullet points) as he calls them,

That’s an ambitious goal.. but somehow, he’s done it.  Each podcast is around 20 minutes long.  So far, I’ve listened to 4 podcasts.   And I must say, I’ve enjoyed each one very much.

What a great idea.  I must applaud Ryan’s reading style.  He captured my attention immediately and has kept it ever since.  That’s a rare skill to have.  This guy is on to something.  Well done Ryan.  Keep up the good work.

And if that’s not enough, Ryan also shares his written notes for you.  All at no cost.  He will email you a one-page reference sheet on each book.  He calls them, ‘Mind Maps’.  If you’re looking for something useful to listen to, check it out.  It’s worth having a listen.   (And hey, he’s a Canadian from Manitoba).

Your best interest is my only interest.   I reply to all questions and I welcome your comments.  Like this article?  Share with a friend.

Steve Garganis 416 224 0114 steve@mortgagenow.ca

 

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As an industry insider, Steve will share info that the BANKS don't want you to know. Steve has appeared on TV's Global Morning News, CBC's "Our Toronto" and The Real Life TV show. He's also been quoted in several newspapers such as the Globe and Mail, The Toronto Star, The Vancouver Sun, The Star Phoenix, etc.

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