Looking to change up your routine as you drive to work? Need something else to listen to as you run on the treadmill (we hope you are crushing your new year resolutions)? We’ve got the perfect suggestion – podcasts!
Stop what you are doing right now and browse to the purple podcast button on your phone. Don’t have one? Head over to the App Store or Google Play Store and download Stitcher, which will get you started. Once there, browse for these TGHR recommendations.
It’s a new year, which is the perfect time for self-improvement. Have you been meaning to revise your resume (hint – use our resume template)? Looking for interview tips? Career Cloud Radio is the podcast for you. Even in its description, it states, “there’s no better show to hear practical and tactical job search advice that is actionable.” It promises that you will learn something new in every episode.
Do you have an entrepreneurial spirit? Then search for Gimlet Media and you will have your pick of podcasts that touch on how businesses are built. Our recommendation? Start with StartUp, which has six seasons of episodes, will occupy you for quite some time. The first season follows Alex Blumberg and how he started a podcast company. It’s so entertaining that ABC is debuting a sitcom this March about Alex and how he started his business. So, hurry up and get on the bandwagon now!
Also from Gimlet Media is The Pitch, which if you like Shark Tank, you’ll like the The Pitch. Each episode founders pitch their businesses to a group of investors. The types of businesses are varied and you will pick up personal branding tips along the way. Each episode does include a follow-up interview with the founders, so if you like to know “where are they now” this podcast won’t leave you hanging.
Glassdoor has a great round-up of other career-related podcasts to check out to add to your list.
Not business related, but if you can’t get enough of Dateline and true crime stories, try the podcast Dirty John from the LA Times. It’s told in six episodes and you’ll be on the edge of your seat by the last one. It chronicles the life and family of Debra Newell, a successful interior designer from California and her relationship with John Meehan, a felon. It’s narrated by Christopher Goffard, who is a reporter for the LA Times.
Are you already listening to podcasts on a regular basis? If so, please share with us on social media your favorites – we’d love to hear them!