Hi all – I really love to consume new information via audio because it helps me keep my busy body moving around (walking, working out, in the car, on the bus, plane, train, etc). A lot of these Podcasts I started listening to in 2014/2015 and have really shaped my path for learning and personal growth.
If you click their name, it will take you to the website so you can choose how to listen to them. They usually have it on iTunes, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, etc.
My Top 10 Favorite Podcasts:
- Lewis Howes: School of Greatness
- Tim Ferris: The Tim Ferris Show
- Tony Robbins: The Tony Robbins Podcast
- Alanis Morissette: Conversations with Alanis Morissette
- Jonathan Fields: Good Life Project
- BBC World Service: People Fixing the World
- Rich Roll: The Rich Roll Podcast
- Dr. Scott Barry Kaufman: The Psychology Podcast
- Mike Rowe: The Way I Heard It
- Dan Carlin’s: Hardcore History
They all have their own unique style and flavour. They range from telling personal stories of struggle and success, funny stories, challenges in the world and how people are solving them to stuff on a more esoteric level. As you can probably tell by now, I usually gravitate towards the non-fiction stuff. It’s an affinity that I have only shaken once in the past couple of years to listen to the Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman. Really interesting book. It kept my attention – which is really hard to do.
After you have some time to listen to one or all of them – I’d love to hear what you think and which one you may have liked the most. Or, if they were all terrible, I’d love to hear that perspective too. It won’t change my opinion and I want to hear from you.