I wasted far too much time commuting with a less than productive morning.
Consequently, once I started taking the time to listen to a podcast, everything changed. My motivation level picked up and I was anxious to start getting into action.
Take initiative today, switch up your routine, and pick one of these podcasts to get started with! There is a good variety in relevance to what I’m currently learning and I’ll be adding content the more I find.
A typical excuse for me is on the basis of not having the time, yet a few of these podcasts are in the 10 minute range!
What are some of your favorite podcasts to listen to?
with Debbie Millman
This is a great listen if you’re studying design! I first discovered Debbie while tuning in to a talk. On this platform, she interviews artists and designers of all kinds. The episodes are on the longer side, 45 minutes, so they’re perfect for that long commute or upcoming trip!
I just discovered this podcast while grabbing the link for Side Hustle School and wow, am I ever so glad I stumbled upon this gem! I listened to the first episode, a short 10 minute intro, and Lindsay has me all sorts of excited for her no-fluff business podcast curated towards “momtrepreneurs” and finding that work-life balance. She even incorporates wine suggestions at the beginning, I’m already hooked!
with Tara Gentile
Delves into optimizing different strategies for building a creative business. Episodes tend to be around 40 minutes and are always filled to the brim with useful information. This is definitely one of my go-to podcasts to listen to. Perfect for discovering the top people in your genre to look up to while working to achieve similar goals and status.
with Chris Guillebeau
This is an easy and quick listen in the morning. Great for holding yourself accountable as the episodes go live every morning at 6am and are typically only 8 minutes long. Here you can listen to inspirational stories of people making money with their side hustle and gain tips for starting your own.
with Tim Ferris
A classic podcast for the entrepreneurial minded person. If you haven’t heard of Tim Ferris before, he’s a bestselling author, self-experimenter, and jack-of-all-trades. As a result, he has wise advice for many different genres. He interviews influential people to provide tactics that listeners can apply to their individual circumstances.
with Phoebe Judge
This was suggested to me when I was writing for NaNoWriMo yet I’ve found it to be thoroughly entertaining daily. Phoebe Judge tells true stories of a unique nature relating to crime. Each episode has me on my toes, which is rare as I’m known for predicting the outcome of movies and stories, therefore I love the unpredictability of it as well as how each podcast keeps you guessing and wanting more.