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I am trying to get into the habit of listening to podcasts, and balancing that with how much music I listen to.

Currently I am listening to 'Jocko's podcast'

Jocko is known for being a navy seal, and talks a lot about his experiences in the military, leadership and general advice for people who want to achieve.

I have also listened to Squat University

I also used to listen to Joe Rogan's podcasts, but usually the ones on Youtube which have the big name guests

Looking for recommendations on more educational podcasts
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Never listen to any.
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Joe rogan
Russel brand under the skin
Making sense with sam Harris
Infinite potential
Intelligence squared

Podcasts are a good fo learning cool and interesting chit
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I like the VORW podcast, but it's sort of hard to explain why. There isn't any particularly strong theme, it's just some guy talking about whatever he feels like an sometimes playing music, and I think that's sort of nice. While most podcasts and music just distract me, this one is relaxing and helps me focus when working, which helps.

The Cold Ones podcast is nice too, but mostly just because I like the hosts and the people they have on the show. Not a whole lot really happens lol
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yes i'm addicted it depends what you mean by 'educational' tho. i learn a lot but they wouldn't necessary fall into the 'educational' category, more like new and politics or spirituality.

Radiolab
Hidden Brain
Freakonomics
Real time with Bill Maher
TED Radio Hour
Serial season 1, not educational but a must for any podcast listener. ,
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Joe rogan podcasts are class
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(Original post by Joleee)
yes i'm addicted it depends what you mean by 'educational' tho. i learn a lot but they wouldn't necessary fall into the 'educational' category, more like new and politics or spirituality.

Radiolab
Hidden Brain
Freakonomics
Real time with Bill Maher
TED Radio Hour
Serial season 1, not educational but a must for any podcast listener. ,
For the many is a good political podcast.
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I listen to old recordings of the old radio programme The Ricky Gervais Show, if that counts. I've listened to Ricky Gervais's podcast in the past but I prefer the radio show that preceded it because you don't get the sense that all the laughs are set up unlike with the podcast.
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For the many is a good political podcast.
prsom - thank you! i'll look into it tomorrow

i actually need some new material. go through them too fast.
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(Original post by SuperHuman98)
I am trying to get into the habit of listening to podcasts, and balancing that with how much music I listen to.

Currently I am listening to 'Jocko's podcast'

Jocko is known for being a navy seal, and talks a lot about his experiences in the military, leadership and general advice for people who want to achieve.

I have also listened to Squat University

I also used to listen to Joe Rogan's podcasts, but usually the ones on Youtube which have the big name guests

Looking for recommendations on more educational podcasts
Joe Rogan's Podcast is my main one
Rubin Report and a few others sometimes

I tend to listen to one a day when driving to work.
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The ones you listen to seem to be good, however you should try and listen to ones that benefit you in the real world and teach you how to interact with people properly and the ins and outs of it all, something schools do not put any emphasis on! I've listed some brilliant podcasts below, that I listen to and you should definitely too:

1. The Tim Ferriss Show

2. The Freakonomics Podcast

3. Wall Street Journal

4. The Daily Stoic

5. The Happiness Lab ~ I think you'll really like this one

Let me know how it goes!
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