“Develop a passion for learning. If you do, you will never cease to grow.” – Anthony J. D’Angelo
I’ve seen my love of podcasts grow from the size of a mustard seed to the whole tree. I’ve been a fan of podcasts for about seven or eight years now. I started listening to just random comedy ones here and there.
I now have a whole plethora of podcasts I rotate through. They range from true crime, to educational, to movie reviews and so much more. I have compiled a list of my top five podcasts and the reasons I like them so much.
New Mindset, Who Dis?
This is a weekly podcast that Case Kenny stars in. It’s short and sweet. He focuses on how to practically get into a good mindset. No beating around the bush and full of self-help, wellness, and inspiration.
How I Built This with Guy Raz
Guy Raz dives into the stories of some of the world’s best-known companies. It shows the journey from just a humble idea to a lot of multi-million dollar companies. It shows you how all it takes is a lot of hard work and a good idea and the world is in your hands.
Sword and Scale
This is an immersive and chill giving true-crime experience. It shows you how the worst monsters are real. It is one of the most fascinating things you can listen too. You become fully absorbed into all that it has to offer.
This is hosted by the former CEO of Praxis Isaac Morehouse. It focuses on how to master the entrepreneurship mindset, the future of education and how to get the most out of your career. It is fifty short and to the point episodes of pure insight.
Ted Talks Daily
Every weekday you get to hear some of the most thought-provoking and stimulating ideas from the leading thinkers and doers alive. The subjects are all over the place and you are guaranteed to find something that you love.
I cannot suggest them enough to people, and there something for everyone. They’re a fantastic way of taking in information because of how accessible they are, they’re free most of the time, and you can easily multi-task while listening to one. So go out there. Discover something new, and continue learning.