I thought it would be good to compile a list of all of my previous podcast recommendations. I will continue to add to this list as I find more great podcasts, but it is just an easy, condensed way to view all of my recommendations. Also, it is a good way to review any podcasts that you might have missed along the way.
If you are curious about knowing in more detail about a certain podcast, just click on the hyper-link to view my full recommendation.
I hope this list is useful to refer to as a guide, and I hope you find these podcasts as informative and fun to listen to as I did!
An Oral History of the Office: A behind the scenes look at The Office, hosted by Brian Baumgartner (Kevin)
99% Invisible: Hosted by Roman Mars, talks about architecture/design
The Tim Ferriss Show: Hosted by Tim Ferriss, each episode interviews a different high performer to learn more about his/her tactics and habits
Freakonomics Radio: A show on a variety of things, but mainly focuses on socioeconomic topics
30 for 30 Podcasts: An ESPN podcast discussing historical sports stories
NHK Japan: A podcast produced by NHK (Japan’s national broadcasting station) teaching beginners Japanese
No Stupid Questions: A series by Freakonomics radio, with Angela Duckworth and Stephen Dubner discussing relevant topics
All-American Tiger Woods: An deeper dive of the true story of Tiger Woods
CBS Sports Fantasy Football Today: My favorite podcast for daily fantasy football advice
Fantasy Pros: Especially for the 2020 Fantasy Football Season, it is imperative to be on top of the latest fantasy news, so this is my 2nd go to podcast for fantasy football
Armchair Expert: A show hosted by Dax Shepard; I am not always a fan of the hosting, but the guests Shepard brings on are usually quite good
How I Built This: Hosted by Guy Raz, this is a great podcast for any aspiring entrepreneur to learn how some of the most famous businesses in the world were built
American Prodigy: A look back at one of the most famous soccer prodigies of all-time, Freddy Adu
People I Mostly Admire: Another podcast from Freakonomics and hosted by Steven Levitt, this podcast talks to guests on a wide-variety of topics