Top 5 Podcasts I'm Listening
To Right Now
Video was certainly the mainstay of the internet over the past few years but I believe the future lies in audio. Time is our most precious currency in this fast paced, attention saturated world and so tuning into podcasts while on a run, on the treadmill, washing the dishes, working or commuting is becoming more popular. Our own podcast here at UQ Power called The Theatre of U is one of the most fun parts of my job as is tuning into other great shows like the 5 I've shared below for your listening pleasure. Enjoy!
1. Stand Out Life with Ali Hill
Stand Out Life is a podcast dedicated to living boldly amongst the busyness; finding those little moments of magic amongst the mess. Podcast host Ali has a lovely conversational tone and interviews a host of influential women who are living a life of purpose - some of my favourite episodes include Matina Jewell and Emma Booth.
2. School of Greatness with Lewis Howes
I first met Lewis Howes in 2011 in Dallas, Texas when he had just started out on his entrepreneurial journey after a career-ending injury ended his professional football career. Charismatic and hungry, Lewis was keen to learn from coaches and mentors and has built a solid online business and is now an author, speaker, and podcast host. My favourite episodes would have to be Gabby Bernstein and Dan Millman.
3. Super Soul Sundays with Oprah Winfrey
Oprah's popular show has now hit the air waves as a podcast with a bank of original video interviews cut down to a 20 minute format on podcast it's a chance to listen to some amazing guests share their insight and wisdom. My favourites so far include Shirley Maclaine and Paulo Coelho.
4. The GaryVee Audio Experience
Love him or loathe him, Gary's punchy delivery, constant babble and opinionated predictions are worth a tune in once in a while for the latest trends on all things social media and trading in the new currency - attention.
5. Futureproofing with Kelsey Ramsden
Imagine being future proof. Kelsey Ramsden, award winning entrepreneur, has candid conversations with experts (well known and little known which is why I love it - it's very candid like our own Theatre of U) about how to remain relevant and avoid obsolescence! For all you budding futurists it's worth a listen.