Lately, I’ve been really enjoying listening to podcasts. There is so much good information out there in podcast form, and I love that I can learn so much without having to set aside extra time in my day just for learning. I listen while I’m washing dishes, folding laundry, going for a walk, and so on.
Plus I love how easy it is to access on my phone. Once I’m subscribed to my favorite podcasts, new episodes just show up auto-magically. When I discover a new podcast, I usually look through the titles and download the ones that are most relevant to me.
I’ve been asked which podcasts I listen to, so here are my favorites:
- The Get Paid Podcast by Claire Pelletreau – http://clairepells.com/get-paid-podcast/
I love how honest, open, and straightforward this one is. The guests even reveal actual income numbers, so they will tell you the real deal.
- Reach by Convertkit – https://convertkit.com/reach/
This covers a wide range of topics that are helpful to entrepreneurs. I most recently listened to episode 13 with Racheal Cook. That’s where I got the idea to launch a mini course that I can get completed quickly rather than a huge, comprehensive course that will take months to put together.
- Smart Passive Income by Pat Flynn – http://www.smartpassiveincome.com/podcasts/
This is one of the most popular podcasts out there, but I think it’s so popular for good reason.
Also, I’ve discovered a couple new podcasts not related to blogging that I’ve been enjoying.
One is Young House Love has a podcast. It’s just a fun and lighthearted listen plus I always loved reading their blog before they stopped blogging.
The other is the Homemaking Foundations podcast by Jami Balmet from Young Wife’s Guide. It’s very encouraging in helping me become a better wife, mother, and Christian, and I really haven’t found a lot of podcasts that cover those topics. (Or perhaps they are out there and I just don’t know about them.)
So, tell me, do you listen to podcasts? What are your favorites?
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