Zig Ziglar was the person who coins the term Automobile University that lead me to listen to podcasts or audiobooks on my daily commute or whenever I'm free.
I always love to listen to stories from these podcast channels that lead me to pick up books.
- The Jordan Harbinger Show - He interviews people on the areas of networking & human communication.
One particular episode that I loved was by Jack Barsky who was a former sleeper agent of KGB that resided in America during the 70s - 80s.
- The Tim Ferriss Show - He's interviews tons of famous individuals like Reid Hoffman, Pavel Tsatsouline.
His focus is on performance, philosophy & many more which he consolidates all of these pieces of advice into his tribes of mentors book.
The Knowledge Project - I came across this podcast channel which focuses on adopting mental models & learning and making decisions in stressful situations.
The Art of Manlinness - He covers a wide range of topics but focus on classic skills for men from fishing, physical training, virtues, books, personal development
Software Engineering Daily - My goto podcast that talks about the latest trends, developer practices, DevOps in the realm of software engineering.
Talk Python To Me - Provides insights, technology & trends in the Python world.
Breaking into Startups - For those who are seeking to transit from a non STEM field into technology & startups.
Master of Scale - Reid Hoffman talks about scaling a startup from creating one's founding team to famous entrepreneurs interview in Silicon Valley.
Side Hustle School - Daily episodes In less than 10 mins.
He shares stories of successful side hustlers, who had built their side hustles for professional growth, paying down their loans or a place for their creative juices.
- Open Source Underdogs - If open source and startups is your jam you will love it.
In each episode, they interview entrepreneurs who had created their open-source startup from the creators of NPM inc to Tidelift.
Startup Snapshot - Talks about Asia startups, tech founders and industry leaders that are created by the news media outlet Tech In Asia. I stumbled upon their through their episode about the failure of HonestBee a home delivery startup based in Singapore that had encountered financial difficulties
Asia Tech Podcast - Graham Brown conduct interviews with entrepreneurs, VC & industry leaders for digital transformation and innovation in Asia. He even had an episode that interview of CEO Tony Fernandes for AirAsia a Malaysian budget airline.
Alright, this is about the list of the podcasts that I had subscribed.
I hope it might be useful for those who are interested in listening to podcasts.
I would love to hear more from you in the comments on the podcast episodes that you love.
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- Automobile University
- Red Notice
- The Jordan Harbinger Show
- Jack Barsky
- The Tim Ferriss Show
- Tribes of Mentors
- The Knowledge Project
- The Art of Manlinness
- Software Engineering Daily
- Talk Python To Me
- Breaking into Startups
- Test & Code
- Python Testing with pytest
- Master of Scale
- Side Hustle School
- Open Source Underdogs
- Startup Snapshot
- Tech In Asia
- Asia Tech Podcast
- Interview of CEO Tony Fernandes for AirAsia