I have listened to audiobooks instead of just basic music for many years now. When I was an exchange student in Seoul, South Korea over five years ago back in 2012, constant subway traveling made me think how can I exploit the transportation time better.
That time, I began to download countless of audiobooks into my iPhone since reading in full-packed subway felt too complicated. I uploaded all the classic books to the phone like the ones found in this Four Self-Help Books That Will Change Your Life.
But when the years went by and our travelings became more and more frequent, I found another way to fulfill my listening needs. Since there are several blogs close to my heart, I found out that almost all of them have a podcast going on. In addition, many of them are updating it regularly, at least weekly.
In that way, I could listen to something interesting and valuable in addition to exercising or traveling. Also when I’m working on my laptop as well.Sure, there is its own place for a relaxing music. Click To Tweet
Still, I’ve often notice when I’m doing online tasks and listening interesting topic at the same time, I’ll get a double advantage for my time.
So with this long introduction, let’s take a look at Flowing Firm’s Top 5 Podcast in Summer 2017.
1. The Rich Dad Radio Show
First of all, I was super-excited to find out the Rich Dad Radio Show podcast from one of my favorite writers all time, Robert Kiyosaki. He is the author of many best selling personal finance books. You might have already read the most popular one, Rich Dad, Poor Dad.
Robert and his wife Kim Kiyosaki are recording approximately one episode per week – pace. The episodes of Rich Dad Radio Show handle good news and bad news about money. I find their sometimes a bit rough style very compelling.
2. Travel Like a Boss & 3. Invest Like a Boss
Furthermore, one of my favorite bloggers, Johnny FD, has a podcast, Travel Like a Boss, as well. As a matter of a fact, he’s in charge of two wonderful podcasts which both I like to listen very much. The other one is Invest Like a Boss which Johnny is hosting together with Sam Marks. Flowing Firm’s Top 5 Podcast in Summer 2017 wouldn’t be complete without these two shows.
Like the headlines of the podcasts describe clearly, Travel Like a Boss focuses more on the travel perspective. Moreover, in Invest Like a Boss, they concentrate more on finances and investing.
Just like in The Rich Dad Radio Show podcast and the others in this article, they will interview some interesting, topic-related person in their weekly episodes.
4. The Tim Ferriss Show
After mentioning two podcasts within the previous section, the fourth podcast I currently listen is The Tim Ferriss Show. Tim is best known as the author of The Four-Hour Workweek. That book switched the track of my life like I stated in one of my earlier blog posts.
At the moment some of the podcast episodes are audio cuts from his new TV-show Fear(Less). Since Tim is quite a busy man, that’s totally acceptable. The content of those episodes is pure gold, anyway.
You can familiarize yourself to The Tim Ferriss Show here.
5. The Tony Robbins Podcast
Finally, the last but not least podcast in my list of Flowing Firm’s Top 5 Podcast in Summer 2017 is The Tony Robbins Podcast. Tony Robbins is one of the biggest personal development experts of the whole world.
That might be one of the reasons why he can host only minor portion of his episodes. Don’t worry if you’re his fan though: the content is still very Tony Robbins – like. Even though I’ve only managed to go through a couple of podcast episodes yet, I will continue listening to his stuff on daily basis after publishing this blog post.
Check out The Tony Robbins Podcast from this link.
In conclusion of Flowing Firm’s Top 5 Podcast in Summer 2017
I discussed in this article about Flowing Firm’s Top 5 Podcast in Summer 2017. These podcasts are The Rich Dad Radio Show, Travel Like a Boss and Invest Like a Boss, The Tim Ferriss Show, and The Tony Robbins Podcast.
If you are into podcast right now, I most definitely recommend adding these podcasts to your to-listen-list. In addition, if you haven’t still begun to listen to podcasts instead of Spotify or mp3s, I strongly urge to do to so. The easiest way to start is to use a podcast app with your smartphone.
You will get more out of your precious time and might learn something valuable at the same time!