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TROUBLESOME RADIO 061

SHOULD YOU GO TO COLLEGE? + BEST BOOKS FOR MEN, RUSSIAN GIRLS, AND MORE

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In episode 61 of Troublesome Radio, I welcome Seth from Masculine Books to the show.

We cover a lot of things—his college experience, the cost of college, and the degrees you should study. In addition, we dive into some of our favorite books for men and Seth’s recent experience in Russia.

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Podcast Outline

should you go to college

  • INTRO: Who are you? Introduce your site(s), how you got started in this part of the web, etc.
  • BOOKS: Books recommend in various subjects–business, confidence, and dating.
  • ONLINE BIZ: Follow up to TR058. What are your aspirations? What’s in the pipeline, etc.
  • COLLEGE: What are your thoughts on this? Should young men go to college, or is it complete waste of time? Likewise, as you’ve progressed on to a Master’s degree–what do you think? Worth the investment? Also give a breakdown of costs to get a 4-year degree and now the new costs of your Masters.
  • RUSSIA: Brief talk about this and your experiences. Cities, girls, culture, friendliness to Westerners.
Kyle Trouble
 

I'm Kyle "Trouble". I'm a former computer engineer who left the 9-5 in LA at 24 years old and moved to Eastern Europe. I blog about dating, life abroad, and building successful and scalable streams of income.

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