10 podcasts to add to your rotation this fall

There's nothing quite like getting sucked into a good podcast. Whether it's on your daily commute, during a long run, or while you get things done on a Saturday, there's something so rewarding and intriguing about the stories they tell. We've put together a list of our top ten podcasts we think you shouldn't miss this fall. So buckle up. It's about to get good. 

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1. Revisionist History

Dive into Malcolm Gladwell's journey through the overlooked and the misunderstood. For 10 weeks he deep dives into things from the past including events, songs, people and ideas and asks whether we got it right the first time. 

 

2. The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness has one purpose: make men better men. Art of Manliness covers topics from history and philosophy to social/professional skills, to parenting, to self-defense and physical training, to pop culture and literature. It's contemplative, fun, and we promise you'll have a good time. 

 

3. Snacks Daily

Finance news isn't always the most riveting news. But these quick 15 minute episodes make it completely digestible. Taking on the 3 top business/finance stories of the day, Snack Daily is an easy and interesting podcast to add into your commute or your workout to keep you up to date on the latest financial news. 

 

4. The Joe Rogan Experience

Hosted by comedian and actor Joe Rogan, The Joe Rogan Experience is a comedy podcast that is more than just jokes. Interviews are typically from within the comedy and sports world but dabble in science as well. It's an easy listen that is certain to brighten up any commute. 

 

5. How I Built This

Hosted by Guy Raz, How I Built this dives into the minds of entrepreneurs, innovators, and idealists and gives us a closer look at some of the world's most successful companies, their failures, triumphs and everything in between. So get ready to be motivated to conquer that side hustle. 

 

6. Freakanomics Radio

Into economics? This podcast is for you. As they say, Freakonomics Radio tells you things you always thought you knew (but didn’t) and things you never thought you wanted to know (but do). It covers topics such as eating, how to make meetings less terrible, the science of sports gambling, and more. 

 

7. Stuff You Should Know

We've said it before and we'll say it again: this podcast is worth a listen. It covers just about any topics you can think of, including health, history, economics, random facts, etc. Want to know how Global Warming works? Look no further. Curious how attorney-client privilege works or how skyscrapers came to be? Done. Covering a little bit of everything, this podcast will make you the belle of the ball during those dreaded cocktail hours. Now you'll never run out of things to say.

 

8. The Tim Ferriss Show

Widely known as one of the best business podcasts, The Time Ferriss Show deep dives into the minds of world-class performers, athletes, businessmen and women, etc, getting into the nitty-gritty of their routines, tools, and tactics for success. Past guests include Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, Edward Norton, Tony Robbins, Maria Sharapova, Jamie Foxx, and many more. 

 

9. Business Wars

Business Wars pits company against company as they delve into what it takes to get our attention as consumers and what drives these companies to new heights or total ruin. Featuring interesting corporate battle stories, this podcast is well-written, entertaining, and informative. 

 

10. Brute Strength

The goal of Brute Strength is simple and concise: they bring you the latest in health, fitness, and dabble in life as well. From strength training to diets to pain prevention to gut health. You name it, they cover it. So start your morning or end your day by seeing what you're made of and learning a thing or two along the way. 

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