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The Books of Titans Podcast

By Erik Rostad & Jason Staples

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This podcast is dedicated to the influences of influencers, the books that have helped shape the prominent inventors, business leaders, athletes, intellectuals, scientists, and others profiled in Tim Ferriss’ recent book Tools of Titans. We’ll talk about what makes these books so important and influential and at least attempt to have an intelligent discussion about these important works. Jason Staples and Erik Rostad host The Books of Titans Podcast. Each episode covers a book of titans.

Customer Reviews

Sophomoric report of required reading?

Episode #6 about Stone Soup was incompetent at best. Shoddy audio quality of co-host, very poor scholarship, and no constructive commentary. It was like suffering through some lazy report of required reading.
If you guys can’t get over your critique then don’t make the episode! The briefest research reveals this folklore is widely popular because the miserly peasants contribute only a *portion* of their food to generate a feast. Try making soup [from scratch] sometime and you’ll understand it’s not a “zero sum game”. The ingredients stretch longer and are more delicious when combined. By your own admission, the Soldiers “added value” to the enterprise in more ways than one (more rations, merriment, strengthened social networks...). Brown’s rendition may not be the best, but don’t assume the soldiers were undeserving. In fact, your undergraduate production was mostly a pathetic apology of your biases. Get over them.
If you’re podcasting and must critique, then at least do your homework.

Best podcast of its kind. 5 Stars

I look forward to each episode every week. Very informative and the breakdown of each book is second to none. Highly recommend.

Great content for book lovers

I love the fact that the hosts a true book readers and the fact that they are documenting their journey is awesome. The idea behind the podcast is what intrigued me and I look forward to more episodes.

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