Tis the season to travel and with travel comes a much-needed store of good listens. Our team thought it would be fun to share what we’re listening to throughout the office. From podcasts to rap, we hope there is something that appeals to you as you’re deciding what to tune into. Full disclosure: If you click on any of the links, I don’t guarantee the following suggestions to be PG. Some may contain language that is not suitable for sensitive ears.
Podcast: Up and Vanished
“Up and Vanished is a well done, investigative podcast diving into a real-life cold case from 2005. I’m a huge fan of suspense and unexpected twists and turns so this was right up my alley.” – Alex
“No explanation really, I just like it a lot. It makes me feel excited, nostalgic and happy all at the same time.” – Zoe
“As you can see, I’m a bit of a podcast junkie. I like to listen to Tim Ferriss because he is obsessed with learning how to improve himself – from athletics to meditation to business savvy and investing. His podcasts showcase a wide variety of world-class performers. His interview style is authentic, and listeners can sense his genuine curiosity. Michael Gervais interviews highly successful people from all walks of life and figures out the psychology behind what makes them tick and thus what has led to their accomplishments. And the Wall Street Journal Tech News Briefing keeps me up-to-date with what’s happening in the tech world in as little as 5 to 8 minutes.” – Kelli
Audio Book: The Subtle Art of Not giving a F*ck
“It’s a good book.” – Devin
Artist: Grace Vanderwaal
“She’s my favorite because she’s different and there’s a lot of amazing vocals and emotion that are in her songs!” – Mindi
“This podcast is a nice compliment to EOS. Dan interviewed EOS Founder Gino Wickman and EOS Worldwide Visionary Mike Paton in a recent episode. My other favorites include MPR News, Stuff You Should Know, Ted Talks Daily, The Tim Ferris Show, and This American Life.” – Bob
“Music is all on how you interpret and relate to it. Growing up Tupac was my favorite and still is. I also really liked Eminem when he was in his prime. I like Tupac because of his poetic style of writing and the metaphors he often uses.” – Chad
Podcast: Hidden Brain
“My current go-to is Hidden Brain because the topics are relevant and diverse. The recent 2-part podcast on sleep was excellent.” – Emily
Safe travels and happy listening!