Here are the best podcast episodes of February 2017.
Tim Grahl continues to share everything he knows about launching a book. I really liked his take on social media. One thing I’m trying is not being on social media. Let’s see how that turns out.
The Read to Lead podcast continues to be one of my favorites. Any podcast that talks about nonfiction books with authors will always be a favorite.
Recode continues to earn more and more of my listening time as I deep dive into their back catalog of Recode Media and Too Embarrassed to Ask.
My latest discovery is Startup. It is amazing. Finally, someone talks about the fear, anxiety and drama of trying to start a business.
I was part of a startup for a couple of years and everything covered in Startup has been spot on.
Here are the best podcast episodes I heard:
Book Launch Show
Finally, someone who says we don’t have to be everywhere if we want to leverage social media.
Learn to Code with Me Podcast with Laurence Bradford
Read to Lead Podcast
Love me some Dan Pink. Great authors (have read everything he’s written) and this podcast was a good summary of his last book, To Sell is Human.
Recode Media with Peter Kafka
Listen just for Jason’s thoughts on the healthcare system. Worth it.
Too Embarrassed to Ask
Long answer, probably. Short answer, yes.
Best advice they gave was get up early and if you have problem Google it for solutions.
They turned me on to Startup. I will forever be in their debt.
What was the saying, everybody is entitled to their own opinion, not their own facts.
Wearables? Heels that raise or lower? At what point do we hit peak CES?
What could have been most boring podcast of the year was quite informative and lively thanks to Joanna Stern. Good stuff to hear if in the market for a new phone.
Can we just get to the point where everything every produced is a search away? No. OK, here is what to do until that day comes.
So there you go, the best podcasts episodes I heard in February 2017. Hopefully at least one caught your attention and you’ll give it a chance.
Not sure exactly how the format of this post will change in the future. I do know I’ll keep listening to podcasts and sharing everything I hear.