Podcasts are more than your average NPR talk radio show. In the past few years, podcasts have evolved from a boring talk shows to entertaining mind retreats. Multitasking becomes a breeze with podcasts. You can listen to thought-provoking anecdotes while mowing the lawn or get insight on the latest technology developments while sitting in 5 o’clock traffic.
Whether you’re a seasoned podhead or a newcomer, we’ve created a list of podcasts to help inspire your work week.
The old adage goes “you learn something new every day.” That saying comes to life when you listen to Stuff You Should Know, an eclectic podcast that covers a plethora of “fun facts.” It doesn’t matter if you’re a trivia buff brushing up on your skills, a connoisseur of useless information or needing some new small talk topics, this podcast is for you. Imagine starting your next dinner party conversation by saying, “Well, I heard on a podcast that…”
We love learning new ways to be productive. This podcast will give you creative ways of conquering the day ahead of you. Learn new early-morning habits and sun-rise rituals to keep you energized and motivated throughout the day. Podcast host, Jeff Sanders attributes his personal success by “dominating [his] day before breakfast”
TED Talks are undoubtedly one of the best things that the internet has given the world. This podcast combines the best of TED Talk videos into one commuter-friendly series. This refreshing podcast uncovers what truly makes us human. Get your day started by listening to this podcast and you’ll instantly feel motivated to hustle through your work week.
Don’t have time to listen to a podcast? ProdPod is a two-minute podcast with a lot of actionable information in every episode. There’re no excuses to skip out on this productivity focused podcast. ProdPod covers topics about resilience, organization and innovation.
Who defined the word “success” anyway? Girlboss Radio emphasizes the idea of “failing forward” while interviewing boundary-pushing women who are making a true impact on the world. Co-hosts range from the founder of Jimmy Choo, Tamara Mellon; journalist Katie Couric; and actress Sarah Jessica Parker.