Pods You Should Listen To
Welcome to the 24th edition of Find That Pod.
Thank you to all two million of you who suggested new podcasts this week in our weekly twitter suggestion thread. I guess I have my work cut out for me in listening to all your great new pics. In the meanwhile, here’s this week’s choice listening:
Who is Neil Cybart? He’s the man behind this fantastic, and what you don’t commonly find these days, one-man podcast. If you’re an Apple nerd or need a dose of technology analysis from the perspective of investing, this is a deep look at one of the largest and most profitable companies in the world.
The Daily Stoic
Stoicism is all the rage. It’s the latest hot philosophical / way to live your life trend. It’s been in-part spearheaded by author extraordinaire Ryan Holiday, and this podcast gives you snack-sized (think 2-3 minute) podcast episodes of stoic wisdom.
The History of Rome
This podcast ended a few years ago, but for any history nerd it offers an incredibly detailed view of, as the title suggest, the history of Rome. Over the course of 179 podcasts, you’ll get a master class that traces the history of the Roman Empire.
Staying up-to-date on what’s happening in the world economy can be a bit daunting these days. That’s what makes this NPR podcast great. With 8-10 minute episodes, you’ll get an informed update on various topics related to the economy, work, and the business world.
One Extraordinary Marriage
This really long-running podcast features couple Tony and Alisa DiLorenzo as they share practically everything about their marriage in a quest to make other people’s marriages better. No topic is off-limits, and they definitely talk a lot about sex, so there’s always that.