Hey guys! So today I thought I would roundup podcasts I’ve been listening to recently. There’s podcasts I always listen to (like Crime Junkie and Red Handed) but there’s been a few others that have been added to the rotation recently so wanted to share those as well.
The Ed Mylett Show – A longtime favorite. Great for pesonal development, mindset, and business/entrepreneurs.
The Jordan Harbinger Show – This is a recent one I’ve come across and I think it’s really interesting. The host basically interviews experts from different niches in order to help you develop critical thinking skills. The interviews cover everything from criminal minds, influence and persuasion, personal development, creativity, biohacking & health, etc. As you can see it covers a ton of topics. On their website, they have a outline of their most popular episodes within each niche if you’re looking for good episodes to start with.
Just B with Bethenny Frankel – I mean, who doesn’t love Bethenny from RHONY?! But really, I really admire the business she has built and I have been loving her podcast. They are pretty quick, to the point interviews, with business experts from entrepreneurs to CEOs in the corporate world. She basically drills into what makes them successful and how they operate.
The Apology Line – This is a recent series from Wondery and I always love the shows they put out. The Apology Line is about a man named Allen who starts what is called “The Apology Line.” It is a phone line that people can call in and confess/apologize for their crimes anonymously. It covers a caller that turns out to be a potential serial killer and the demise of Allen over the years of having the line. Not as good as Dr. Death or some of Wondery’s other shows but worth the listen IMO!
Crime Junkie – An obvious favorite! If you like true crime and haven’t listened to Crime Junkie what are you doing?!
Red Handed – Okay this podcast is like Crime Junkie but with a little more personality, cursing, and English accents lol. These girls are really funny and entertaining, but still stay on topic. This is one of the only other crime podcasts I’ve found that I love as much as Crime Junkie!
Anatomy of a Murder – Another crime podcast, that is produced by Audiochuck (so same as Crime Junkie), and I’ve been really into this one recently. The hosts are a former prosecutor and deputy Sheriff and I think they are great hosts that also give another interesting perspective on the cases because of their previous jobs.
The Daily – This podcast is by the New York Times and think it is the best way to stay updated with current events. They also break down complicated topics (especially when it comes to politics) and make them easy to understand.
Also, I did a round up of best podcasts for blogging, business and personal development. Some of them I still listen to on a regular basis and others were more pertinent depending on what was going on in my life, biz, etc. at the time.