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The Better Show

By Ian Mikutel, March Rogers, Darren Austin

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The Better Show is a weekly podcast for people who want to get better at all aspects of life, made by people who love getting better. Each week we focus on a single topic relevant to day to day life - such as sleep, managing stress, reducing clutter, relationships and healthy eating. We discuss why that topic matters, stories from our personal experience with that topic, tips & tricks our audience can apply themselves and end with a discussion of things we're going to try out and report back on. To join the community go to:

Customer Reviews

Great show

Relevant topics and interesting advice. Highly recommended!

Lifehacker meets Tim Ferriss

I've been looking for a good Lifehacker-as-a-podcast for a while. I really like that this podcast has a tech focus for each of the topics, without being too technical. The hosts all seem knowledgable and thoughtful, and so far every episode I've ended up with one new thing to try or download. Looking forward to more!

Great conversation, interesting insights

These guys seem like the type of people I would want to hang/have interesting conversations with. Great to hear their insights and tips to make life better and to try them out too!

The Better Show
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  • Category: Self-Help
  • Language: English

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