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8 podcasts for an inspiring November

podcasts for november

It’s podcast inspiration time. I’ll be using public transportation even more from now on. Therefore, I’ve got a list of different podcasts lined up to keep me company – and even more important to keep me inspired. I know I’ve said it before, but I really love listening to podcasts. It just hit me, I should look for good ones for my daughter as well. I’m sure, she’ll love listening to one from time to time. However, now lets get back to the list of podcasts I plan to listen to in November. Most of this months podcasts are in Danish, hopefully, I’ll find some in English for December.

Podcasts, I’ll listen to in November
#1 Det du frygter
#2 In the Dark
#3 Bucket List
#4 The Thrive Global Podcast
#5 I wish my desk looked like this, when I’m listening to a podcast
#6 Casefile
#7 Succes Kriteriet
#8 All Inclusive
#9 Morten Resen Startup

As always, I would love to hear from you – which podcasts do you listen to these days? Let me know in a comment. Have a lovely day <3

3 Podcasts that’ll get you through the autumn season

IMG_3789 I don’t know about you, but I’m listening to podcasts every time I get the chance these days. I find it relaxing, and I love getting to know new things or simply soak up some new inspiration. Like most others, it all started with the first season of Serial, and then there was no turning back. I knew right there that I’d come across something special. It was a format, which I could relate to, and listen to whenever I felt like it. I listen to podcasts, when I’m using public transportation, when I’m walking to or from something, when I’m cooking, when I’m not in the mood for reading and so on.

3 Podcasts that’ll get you through the autumn season:

Human Centric is the New Black – I started listening to this podcast last week, and I love the idea of creating a human centric marketing approach. The podcast Human Centric is the New Black is created by Jack Fussell. Jack is behind the company Tolke, a branding/marketing and strategy firm in Atlanta, GA. I’ve been following Jack and his wife Valentina for quite a few years now. It all began during their time in Copenhagen and continued as they re-launched as a family in the U.S. They’ve always got some interesting takes on life as an entrepreneur. Give this new podcast a go!

Vovestykket – A Danish podcast which I recently started listening to. There are only 5 episodes right now, but it’s great for inspiration. It’s about having the courage to imagine and think wild thoughts. And more importantly, how to make your wild ideas come to life. They talk about failure and how to make a comeback after that. It’s quite interesting.

Onward Creatives – This podcast I’ve been listening to for 1 1/2 years. I always return to this, because it inspires me, and Jack and Valentina are so great together – they’ve got me laughing out loud at times, and I love that. Jack and Valentina describe the podcast like this “This podcast is a “space to develop and grow your creative potential. Each week we provide inspiration and resources to you, the creative entrepreneur so that you can live out your greatest life story”. They also share some very useful insights from their own journey. So check it out!

I would love to get inspiration form you as well. Which podcasts are you listening to? And why? Hit me with your favourite one just now <3

Podcasts on my phone right now

Limetown

I’ve been spending some quality time with my family for the last couple of days, so I haven’t made the time for blogging a priority. But today, while the kids are watching TV, and my husband is making breakfast, I want to share some of my favourite podcasts with you. And maybe you can help me find new ones as well.

Since listening to Serial last year, I’ve been subscribing to several podcasts. Right now I’m enjoying Limetown, and waiting for another round of Serial. I’m trying to listen to podcasts more – and I’m always on the lookout for new interesting ones.

Limetown – Limetown is a fictional podcast, which follows journalist Lia Haddock as she investigates the infamous disappearance of a doomed research facility. Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee. Lia Haddock asks: What happened to the people of Limetown?

Bret Easton Ellis – Controversial best-selling author and screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis delivers a weekly glimpse into one of popular culture’s most fascinating minds. I’ve been listening to the episode with Judd Nelson where he discusses e.g. The Breakfast Club with Bret Easton Ellis.

The Urbanist – Monocle – With an influential audience of city mayors, urban planners and architects, this is Monocle’s guide to making better cities, be it new technology, state-of-the-art subways or compact apartments.

Strangers – Lea Thau has created Strangers, featuring true stories about people we meet, the heartbreaks we suffer, the kindnesses we encounter, and those frightful moments when we discover that we aren’t even who we thought we were…

If you’re listening to an interesting podcast, do share it in a comment. I would love to discover more. Besides, I’m going to travel by bus for one hour every day during the next period, so I need a daily fix to get me through the drive.