In this week’s pod we’re talking about our favourite podcasts and how they help us become better writers, better business people and better humans.
We think you’re going to love this episode because it’s packed full of some of iTunes best. We’re sharing our faves podcasts, what we learn from them and how we use them to grow and improve our businesses.
Tune in to learn:
- Our favourite business shows
- Our favourite story telling shows
- Why we love podcasts
- When we think is the best time to listen
- How to use podcast listening as a way to improve your business.
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I agree with you both, listening to some business podcasts makes me feel as if I need to hit pause and write and I don’t want to have to do that. Especially as I listen a lot while I’m washing up and cooking. (My headphones often get caught on a cupboard door knob and ripped out of my ears…painful!)
How you could not have mentioned The History of England podcast I do not know. David is an excellent storyteller. I mean, seriously, his voice is the British male version of Sarah Koenig. , his delivery, his way of talking about history is so much fun. You have to have to have to listen to at least one episode, he’s the bees knees. (gushing over!) lol
OOH another one to add to my list, thanks so much for sharing!