There’s a lot of great content out there that can help you improve your finances – way more than anyone can discover by themselves. For the past few years, almost all of the content I’ve consumed has come in the form of blogs and podcasts. I recapped 9 of my favorite podcasts in a post I wrote a few months ago.
For some reason, the idea of consuming content by video didn’t really seem to appeal to me. Video, after all, is like TV. It’s for vegging out – not for learning.
I’ve since changed my tune as I’ve discovered the power of YouTube. I think YouTube is an interesting medium for sharing information. For some reason, I’d always just thought of it as a source for stupid stuff – cat videos, dumb pranks, music videos. Things like that.