Received two emails this week asking what my top three podcast shows are. The ones I listen to the most.
Weird coincidence, I guess.
So I thought I would expand the love in this weeks newsletter.
I listen to a lot of podcast shows.
I’m always seeking out new ones to add to my catalog.
I may dislike video instructional learning, but I love podcasts.
To be a polymath: one needs to draw ideas and inspirations from a wide array of disciplines across entirely different markets.
Reading is one way to do this. Listening to a variety of podcasts is another, and perhaps the most fun.
Note: I’ve tried to categorize the podcasts as best I can, but most of them transverse disciplines and topics (hence why I listen to them). So take the categorization with a pinch of salt.
Personal Mastery & Performance:
- The Tim Ferriss Show (Tim Ferris)
- Finding Mastery (Michael Gervais)
- The After On Podcast (Rob Reid)
- The Knowledge Project (Shane Parrish)
- Exponential Wisdom (Peter Diamandis & Dan Sullivan)
(The top three shows are the podcasts I listen to daily.)
Book Reviews (variety of nonfiction books):
- Bookworm (Joe Buhlig & Mike Schmitz)
Creativity and Life:
Health & Wellbeing (and so much more):
Business & Entrepreneurship:
AI & Tech:
Mind & Society:
Narrative-Based Documentaries (all nonfiction):
- Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History (start with Wrath of the Khans Series)
- The Story (by Mission.org: narrated by Alec Baldwin)
These should keep you busy.
The podcast app I use (and love!) is PodcastRepublic. I use on Andrioid. I use iTunes for PC :
Download the app, then click the (+) button to search for a new podcast. Search by name for any of the shows listed above, then add.
Done. Real easy.
That’s it for now.
Make some magic happen.