What’s in X is Y’s ear holes? Our recommended podcast listening

Published 9/15/2022

We stay curious about research, methods, principles and ways of thinking that support us in building a better business - and help us enable our clients in doing the same. There are plenty of conversations happening out there on business, management, performance and personal growth - but these are some of our top podcast picks that get us inspired. 

The Knowledge Project with Shane Parrish

Through interviews with world-class thinkers and do-ers across a variety of topics, these conversations inspire you to look at different ways to solve problems, master decision-making and see opportunities in both your personal and professional worlds.

Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness aims to help men become better men. Through interviews with authors and thinkers, host Brett McKay finds insights on how men can better understand their culture, their lives, and themselves, living a lift of both contemplation and action. While this podcast is primarily positioned to appeal to men, it’s an interesting listen for a broad population, too.

Brave New Work

The way we work could be stopping us from doing our best work. Hosted by Aaron Dignan and Rodney Evans, this podcast covers conversations with guests who have found better ways of doing things that will help you discover more adaptive and human ways of working. It's an easy listen, funny, intelligent, practical and insightful. You’ll be left feeling like you want to be friends with these people.

The ‘What is Money?’ Show

This podcast positions the question ‘What is money?’ as the most important question for finding truth in the world, explored through diverse conversations with thinkers from different walks of life.

Huberman Lab

Through a neuroscience lens, The Huberman Lab Podcast discusses how our brain and its connections with the organs of our body control our perceptions, our behaviours, and our health. Through conversations with various thought leaders, host Andrew Huberman explores existing and emerging tools for measuring and changing how our nervous system works so you can optimise your performance in all areas of your life.

Behavioral Design

Hosts Samuel Salzer and Aline Holzwarth speak with leading experts on all things applied behavioural science, human behaviour and designing for behaviour change in practice. If you’re curious about creating impact and big existential questions then this podcast will have you hooked.

Design Matters

This is the original design podcast, hosted by one of the world’s most creative minds and owes its longevity to the fact it continues to push boundaries. Through interviews with a range of creative people - including designers, writers, artists, curators, musicians and other luminaries - host Debbie Millman explores design and creative culture.

Design Better

The Design Better podcast shares insights from the world’s most renowned creative leaders. These conversations explore what it takes to raise the collaborative intelligence of your teams and work in more creative and inclusive ways in your organisation.

99% Invisible

99% Invisible is a weekly exploration of the process and power of design and architecture that shapes our lives. It examines how design is everywhere in our lives, except that most of it - 99% - becomes invisible because we’ve stopped noticing it.

The Next Big Idea

Be inspired by enriching conversations centred around bold ideas. Through interviews with world-leading thinkers, host Rufus Griscom and well-known curators, each episode has the potential to change the way you see the world.

Freakonomics Radio

What began as a book, and then a blog is now a popular podcast more than 500 episodes deep. Host Stephen Dubner explores wide-ranging topics, digging into 'the hidden side of everything' to inspire you to examine the world around you in new ways.

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