Continuous Learning: New Podcast List


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So if you are anything like me, you are in submission to the fact that there is more to learn in this world then you currently know.  The truly wise among us acknowledge that our current knowledge placed on the scale of all the knowledge will always find us wanting for the remainder of our days.

The trick is to stay on the cutting edge of information that helps us achieve our goals.  One of the ways I have tried to stay sharp on specific topics is by using podcasts.  I currently use iTunes (most convenient at this time)  and my Android phone, with the help of iSync.    There are a host of podcasts, mostly free but some cost nominal amounts, on iTunes that cover a wide range of topics.

New Updates on my Listening List

So here are latest additions to my listening list:

  • BeanCast – deep dive into marketing topics
  • EntreLeadership – Dave Ramsey‘s leadership and business podcast
  • Let’s Make Mistakes – design but irreverent with some foul language.
  • Marketing Over Coffee – quick ‘on they way to work drive’ worth of internet marketing news
  • Social Triggers Insiders – on of the authors I follow on Google+
  • This Is Your Life – leadership podcast

Dropped from my Listening List

  • No More Weak Days – Daily prayer and Bible reading.  Great concept but had a hard time struggling with the KJ and Message format in their reading plan. “1 Year Daily Audio Bible” is still my preferred choice for daily scripture reading (listening).

Lesson’s Learned

The important thing is to keep learning!  Don’t stop.  If you are starting a new project, search out a podcast and listen to it while driving or exercising.

I would love to hear about podcasts you have found helpful in your daily routine.  Share them in the comments.

Good Hunting.

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  1. #1 by garybembridge on March 21, 2012 - 5:10 am

    Like you, I love listening to podcasts and see them as a way to keep learning and getting new thinking from people with passion and expertise on a topic.

    It takes a while and some experimentation to find the ones that work for you, and so thanks for posting ones you have added (and dropped!).

    Can I be so bold as to ask if you would check out my marketing podcast. I update weekly and they are about 5 minutes long each week – so designed to be short, sharp and hopefully helpful. I just won a European Podcast Award in the business category for the UK for 2nd year running.

    The podcast link on iTunes is: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/marketing-unleashed-podcast/id259723087

    By the way have also added your blog to my Links list at my marketing blog http://www.garybembridge.com and be very happy if you feel mine worth adding to your blog roll.

    Gary
    @garybembridge

    • #2 by Tim Rueb on March 21, 2012 - 8:44 am

      Be Bold, Gary, Be Bold. The worst thing that could happen is someone say no, and as I’ve posted in the past failure is an event, not a title.

      I’m adding your podcast to my subscription list to check it out. I’ll also be checking out your blog as well.

      Thanks for stopping by and leaving a thoughtful comment.

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