Podcasts are my new favorite commuting soundtrack. I’ve recently started making an effort to get more out of my driving time other than phone taps and celebrity gossip. Sure sometimes you want to roll the windows down and blast some good ol’ fashion tunes, but other times why not gain some knowledge while on the road?
I simply just downloaded the podcast app on my i-phone and had thousands at my fingertips. I guess I should give Andy some credit here. He got me started when he told me about Mark Sisson’s Primal Blue Print podcast. From there I realized that so many of my favorite knowledgeable, fun people have podcasts out there where they share their wisdom with the pod-o-sphere.
Here are my favorites:
Primal Blueprint Podcast
This podcast has so much great information pertaining to living a paleolithic / primal lifestyle. Mark Sisson has interviewed tons experts in all different areas. I recently listed to one where Mary Vance, a holistic nutritionist, spoke about getting our hormones in balance through diet. It was super useful for me to learn about!
Diane and Liz are just awesome in my book. They’re funny, full of great information, and just real women. Some of their podcasts are in forms of answering listener questions which is always helpful. Diane wrote the 21 Day Sugar Detox plan that I’ve undertaken before here on the blog. Liz is the author of Eat the Yolks and The Purely Primal Skincare Guide which is intriguing to me as of late as I try to navigate the world of natural body care.
Build a Badass Business
Diane is clearly a badass. Which is why I absolutely love this podcast. She has gone from corporate world to highly successful entrepeneur in a field that she is passionate about. Ding, ding, ding. Sounds familiar to me! She has some great tips on starting your own business, where and how to start, and when (teaser…NOW!).
I just stumbled across this one and was so excited I actually couldn’t wait to sit in traffic! Racheal Cook is a former business consultant turned yoga teacher and now yoga business consultant (what a niche). I just started this one but it’s been great so far. Racheal has advice for any yoga teacher; whether just finishing teacher training or even the seasoned instructor.
What podcasts are you listening to right now?