We hope you’ve been enjoying the long warm days of summer as much as we have. One way our team loves to spend all this additional outdoor time is by tuning into our favorite podcasts. If you’re looking for a new podcast, consider giving one of these a try. With topics from history to science to finance, there’s something for everyone!

Paula’s Picks | WH Cornerstone Co-founder and Principal

Kitces and Carl podcastKitces and Carl – Real Talk for Real Financial Advisors. A no-holds barred conversation for Real Financial Advisors with two industry experts Michael Kitces and client communication expert Carl Richards. I loved their discussions so much that I ended up joining The Society of Advice—a global gathering place for Real Financial Advisors to collaborate, learn and grow personally and professionally.

Think and Grow Rich podcastThink and Grow Rich. The audiobook-cast of “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. This book is a classic success manual proved by millions who have used it to enrich their lives. It’s always a great refresher to listen to these words of wisdom.

Bishop Barron SermonsBishop Robert Barron’s Sermons. To prepare for Sunday Masses readings, I listen to Bishop Barron’s sermons. He is an engaging, clear communicator who breaks down Biblical concepts and translates them into actionable thoughts relevant for today’s life so I can be the best version of my life.

Bill’s Picks | WH Cornerstone Co-founder and President

Hardcore HistoryDan Carlin’s Hardcore History. These are long podcasts. If I had this guy as a history teacher, I would have majored in history. Masterful storyteller that tells a side of history that most of us never knew.

Tom Curran's Patriots TalkTom Curran’s Patriots Podcast. I’m a Pats fan. This is where I stay up to date.

Jordan B Peterson podcastJordan B Peterson Podcast. This guy is an international sensation. Great interviewer and takes a point of view most will not think about.

The School of Greatness podcastLewis Howes’ School of Greatness. Another great interviewer that helps you make your life better.

Joe’s Picks | WH Cornerstone Intern

The Economist AsksThe Economist Asks. With the resources and reputation that The Economist bolsters, it is no surprise that it has access to some of the highest level and interesting individuals in the world.

Making Sense with Sam Harris. Sam Harris, a neuroscientist, dives into the inner workings of our brains and how they interact world around us.

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