Today the topic is:
Man, I love podcasts. Love em in the morning, afternoon, evening and sometimes at night 😄
This short post will be about how and when I listen to podcasts and a few of my favorites.
Lets dive in!
I devour a lot of personal development content and one of my favorites is podcast.
It’s so easy to use this in your “down-time” so you are actually making it “up-time”.
So what do I mean by that? Here are a few examples.
- Commuting (car, train, tram, bus, bike, plane, etc)
- Grocery shopping
- Walking the dog
- Doing the dishes
- Doing laundry
- Cleaning anything else in the house
- Taking a stroll
- And so on and so on
Some of these activities are seen as lost time but I actually enjoy doing them because I know I can listen to my fav podcast and I even get excited!
Things that you do on autopilot are perfect for listening to a podcast but to be honest it doesn’t work everywhere.
You can listen to a podcast while you work but if your work is think work or creative work it really doesn’t work. I will either not listen to a word on the podcast or I won’t really be working because I’m too invested in the episode.
My top 5 podcasts in random order:
- The Tony Robbins Podcast
- Noah Kagan presents
- Freelance Transformation by Matt Inglot
- 100% inspiratie podcast by Thijs Lindhout (the only Dutch spoken podcast I listen to)
- The GaryVee Audio Experience by Gary Vaynerchuk
- Bonus: Hard with Style by Headhunterz (the only music podcast I listen to)
If you’re not listening to podcasts yet go do it right now. Download an episode that is on a topic you would love to know more about and download it on your phone. Next time you do a “down-time” activity play it!
What is your favorite podcast?
Day 18 balance:
Expected expenses today:
Expected income today:
€ 20,00 (found a twenty! :D)
Current balance personal account:
€ 28,92 – € 13,90 (drinks) – € 6,59 (food) = € 8,43
Current balance business account:
– € 24,35
– € 0,47
– IRS: € 46.534,16
– Business: € 22.016,58
– Personal: € 8.587,58
Balance day 18:
– € 77.138,79
Currently reading this financial book:
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