5 podcasts I like listening to

I've been listening to podcasts more. Usually in the morning (or afternoon), when I'm starting my day. Or, sometimes when I'm working out.

I think podcasts tell you a lot about a person. They're a powerful way to get insight about someone's interests.

When it comes to money, Russell Brunson says his podcast listeners are the most likely to buy. Hmm... maybe I'll start a podcast. 🤔

Anyway, until (and if) I do...

Here are the podcasts I'm listening to:

The Joe Rogan Experience

These podcasts are loooooong. Like, 2-3 hours long. I don't listen to each one, just the episodes with people who sound interesting.

The one with Sean Carroll, cosmologist and physics professor specializing in dark energy and general relativity, for example.

By the way, if you think Sean's take on the world is interesting, check out his podcast: Mindscape.

Akimbo: A Podcast from Seth Godin

To be honest, I haven't listened to this yet. I'm adding it here, because I know it'll be good. Seth Godin is a great thinker. Listen to him.

The James Altucher Show

Similar to Joe Rogan, I don't listen to each episode from James. But some of them are very interesting. Like Seth, James is a great thinker.

The Tim Ferris Show

Last but not least, a guy most entrepreneurs have heard of — Tim Ferriss. His book, The 4-Hour Work Week, helped make the "work from anywhere" lifestyle possible. 

I actually haven't read his book. I hear some of the principles are still valid, but most of it is outdated.

Anyway, I got no fancy way to close this today.

So, adios.