Not exactly, but my friend just sent me a few things to listen to:<br><br>
Stairway to Riches by Larry Lincoln, which is a bit corny, but has some interesting concepts. Also Success Through PMA (Positive Mental Attitude) which I just started, and really like. Being positive is something that I need to work on, as it seems to be related to the number of opportunities we find.<br><br>
I also just listened to Bruce Lipton's Biology of Belief and it was amazing! Totally not about budgeting, but about how what we think affects our health and happiness.<br><br>
I'm subbing this thread for more ideas though! I have really enjoyed listening to these motivational books while I walk to work lately...
While not specific to personal budgeting or finances, I think NPR's Planet Money is very well done. The gist behind it is to explain current complex financial and economic issues in terms that everyone can understand.<br><br>
I <b>highly</b> recommend the piece on the mortgage meltdown.
I love Dave Ramsey's radio show. You can listen on his website (<a href="http://www.daveramsey.com" target="_blank">www.daveramsey.com</a>) or you can get an hour free (and no commercials) via iTunes daily.
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<div style="font-style:italic;">I love Dave Ramsey's radio show. You can listen on his website (<a href="http://www.daveramsey.com" target="_blank">www.daveramsey.com</a>) or you can get an hour free (and no commercials) via iTunes daily.</div>
If I remember correctly (which I might not!) you can download the podcasts for free if you sign up for the trial MyTotalMoneyMakeover.com. The membership fee is pricey, but the trial is free for 7 days and I believe you can go ahead and download the podcasts from the last 30 shows during that trial without having to continue a subscription.<br><br>
This is something I've been meaning to try, but so far I've been able to get by just listening to the free show on the regular DR web site.
I am going to check this out- I mentioned on the thread I started, about getting started , that I am having a hard time with time management. Even though it will probably take an hour to get the DR podcasts downloaded, I can listen while I do so many other things. Good Stuff!