I’ve come to that point in my life where I listen to more podcasts than music.
It really gets me to listen to other people’s ideas and opinions that matter to me.
It also gives me a perspective that may be different from mine.
It’s the new age version of watching the news or talk shows without all the bells, whistles, and bull crap.
I have a rotation of ones I love.
I thought I would share those with you today.
Becoming Bulletproof with Tracy O’Malley
This is my number one go to podcasts for many reasons.
First, what hooked me was how she talked about the evolution of Howard Stern in the first episode.
Second, how she shares the Enneagram.
If you don’t know what the enneagram is, it’s a nine personality type system of getting to know yourself that’s been around for centuries.
That may be an oversimplification, but the self-discovery is fascinating.
The interviews are spectacular.
Tracy interviews in a way that is more like a conversation.
The Mindset Mentor with Rob Dial
This is the OG podcast that got me started on podcasts.
I love this one because Rob likes to keep things as concise as possible while dropping mind blowing tips.
Usually he gives out the advice or wisdom in fifteen minutes or less.
It’s the perfect podcast for a commute to work or to school or wherever it is you need to get to in life.
ProjectME with Tiffany Carter
I actually found this podcast through her interview with Tracy O’Malley.
I love how unfiltered the truth and advice is given on this show.
Tiffany doesn’t pull any punches when it comes to her ideas and how those ideas help people.
She is also very open about her life experiences and how those experiences made her who she is today.
The Tim Ferris Show
I recently discovered this podcast from an email newsletter I get from Zach Spear, founder of MLM Rebels.
What hooked me was his interview with Sia.
I always thought she was weird. The good kind of weird.
This interview confirms that I love Sia and Tim’s style of interviewing people.
They can be long, but the conversations never miss a beat or get boring.
There are lots of nuggets of wisdom and it just feels more conversational than like an interview.
Tim also has a compelling email newsletter that breaks down what he was up to that week as far as his podcasts interviews, reflections on quotes, and books he happened to be reading.
On Purpose with Jay Shetty
This is another podcast where the interviews can get conversational with nuggets of wisdom all throughout.
It’s no surprise to me because Jay Shetty actually used to be a monk.
I think that’s part of what makes his perspective interesting to me.
He is out here asking the real questions and he helps you to dig a little deeper.
And when I say “asking the real questions” I mean it.
Jay doesn’t piddle around with surface level stuff it makes you dig deep and think hard.
The Ziglar Show with Kevin Miller
My love of Zig Ziglar and his wisdom is some of my favorite stuff.
They incorporate that wisdom throughout while addressing topics such as having dreams so big they scare you.
Unf*ck Your Brain with Kara Lowenthal
I basically love how she calls the listeners her chickens and she has a really soothing voice.
That’s not all I love though.
There is so much empowerment in this podcast.
She talks a lot about situations that kind of mess us up and how to overcome them.
Greatness Radio with Les Brown
If you don’t know Les Brown, you should because he is a legend.
Most of these podcasts I got into after I stepped in the field of an entrepreneur.
Les has guided many people to greatness including our main man who shaped our childhoods, Walt Disney.
Les just reminds you of how much greatness is already in each of us and how to cultivate it.
What are some of your favorite podcasts?
Until next time.