Which are your favorite interview based podcasts

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Here's my list:

Joe Rogan Experience
Lewis Howes
London real
Impact theory
David Rubenstien show
Valuetainment
Buddha at the gas pump
First we feast
Breakfast club
Complex
Rob Moore
Graham Bensinger
Modern Spirituality
New realities
CuttingEdgeConscious


I'm trying to discover more good podcasts in the field of Entrepreneurship, Metaphysics, Life insights, Startups, Tech and more.
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  • Profile picture of the author pramodtapu
    Breakfast Club
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  • Joe Rogan
    Sean Carroll (physicist)
    Sam Harris
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  • Profile picture of the author Odahh
    is it weird .. i kind of find someone i am interested in and listen to podcasts from different interviewers with said person.. seem everyone promoting a book has to do the podcast circut now
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  • Here is my praaahblem with proclamatorials from on high ... unto which my one an' evry synapse could prolly be enslaved ...

    I AM SO MORTAL, I COULD DIE!

    Whoevah said 'content is king' forgot the frickin' gals, for sure.

    That is why I would wanna spank stuff togethah musself, always.

    Generate meaningful content 'bout my life from synthesis of elemental stuffs 'steada too much spoonfed pontifizin'.

    Gotta figure content is way loaded up rn -- fulla spewksy pre-formed domstuffs ain't necessarily concurrent with joyous sensibility.

    Spaked Schmooz!

    That is why it pays always to be informed 'steada jus' frickin' dumb.

    So I am happier with reflective readin', not so happy with random bombast kinda sucks time out from layin' down sweetsily yogah, hangin' out with smartasses snarkier than Moi, an' jus' dowin' that thing where there is air to breathe an' dinky panties to pull up over your ass whenevah you visit the mall.

    Like Gandhi said, "is there a silent H in GANDHI ... or simply no point in signing my name anyways?"
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    • Profile picture of the author brute77
      You made no sense and killed the vibe..

      Do you have a podcast you like - share it.. if not - we don't need this philosophy.

      Originally Posted by Princess Balestra View Post

      Here is my praaahblem with proclamatorials from on high ... unto which my one an' evry synapse could prolly be enslaved ...

      I AM SO MORTAL, I COULD DIE!

      Whoevah said 'content is king' forgot the frickin' gals, for sure.

      That is why I would wanna spank stuff togethah musself, always.

      Generate meaningful content 'bout my life from synthesis of elemental stuffs 'steada too much spoonfed pontifizin'.

      Gotta figure content is way loaded up rn -- fulla spewksy pre-formed domstuffs ain't necessarily concurrent with joyous sensibility.

      Spaked Schmooz!

      That is why it pays always to be informed 'steada jus' frickin' dumb.

      So I am happier with reflective readin', not so happy with random bombast kinda sucks time out from layin' down sweetsily yogah, hangin' out with smartasses snarkier than Moi, an' jus' dowin' that thing where there is air to breathe an' dinky panties to pull up over your ass whenevah you visit the mall.

      Like Gandhi said, "is there a silent H in GANDHI ... or simply no point in signing my name anyways?"
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  • Profile picture of the author palmtreelife
    I like Tim Ferriss for life hacking and Marie Forleo for entrepreneurship stuff.
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  • Profile picture of the author hardraysnight
    my favourite interview based podcast is princess balestra, especially for philosophy stuff
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  • Profile picture of the author oppyeaunome
    For me, I like to listen to Tim Ferriss and Gary Vaynerchuk. They both speak on the type of topics that interest me the most.
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  • Profile picture of the author sgalla414
    I wasnt aware Tim Ferris had a podcast until I saw a few people recommending him. On that note, if you like his podcast then you should read his book The Four Hour Work week. Im listening to it currently as an audio book and it is FULL of life AND business hacking tips as palmtreelife mentioned.
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    • Profile picture of the author palmtreelife
      The Four Hour Work Week is a great book! It was certainly a stepping stone for me in realizing I could really live a laptop lifestyle. I think that book and The Side Hustle Bible by James Altucher are 2 of the most influential and practical books I've read.
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