I listen to many podcasts with various topics that I like to fill my knowledge gaps up with. Basically a few gaping holes that seem to require continual refilling. Podcasting is a great way to learn.
Here are a few podcasts I subscribe to that you might enjoy and you could quite possibly benefit from listening to:
A self experimentar and best selling author, best known for the 4 -Hour Workweek. The New York times describes him as ” a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk. He interviews and asks world class performers from eclectic areas ranging from chess masters , pro sportsmen and women to billionaire business owners.
Brilliant scholars, theologians, historians, philosophers and apologists engage in public debate on these issues. My favourites are ones contains Christopher Hitchins and Sam Harris. Sadly Christopher Hitchens passed away before he could achieve even more monumental status as deserved by such a brilliant man.
Here is a youtube video of Christopher Hitchens answering questions in his own warm and informative
The Joe Rogan Experience
Joe Rogan has an opinion on everything. Some serious most are funny. Worth while listening to.
Duncan Trussell Family Hour
A weekly salon style super show where comedian Duncan Trussell and guests explore the universe. Zany but serious. Buddhist based with razor sharp funny wit. Often laugh out loud funny combined with serious undertones. Slide the bar on the video below to about three minutes in …
Crank it up – David T.S. Wood
Self motivation and business planning ideas. here is a video how to subscribe to a podcast :