With COVID-19 causing millions of people around the world to work from home, many individuals are facing the same issue – coping with a new, way of connecting. One way the GROWL Team has kept up our connections has been sharing our favorite WHF podcasts! From sharing stories, learning new things, and getting a good mid-project laugh, podcasts help our team make the most of working from home. Check out our team’s top 10 podcasts (in no particular order) and learn something new while WFH!
GROWL’s Top 10 Podcasts
Hosted by Dax Shepard (actor, director, and writer) and Monica Padman (actress and producer), Armchair Expert interviews celebrities, journalists, and academics, and celebrates the “messiness of being human.”
As the world’s first audiocast about design, Design Matters dives into the depths of human creativity. The podcast investigates the broader world of creative culture through conversations with designers, writers, artists, curators, and musicians.
This mystery show unravels a dark tale of 33 patients who put their trust in a Dallas surgeon, and how it all went wrong.
At live storytelling events, adults read weird, embarrassing, moving, and hilarious stories they wrote as kids. By framing childhood problems against adult perspective, Grownups Read Things They Wrote As Kids will make you laugh out loud.
Hosted by American comedians, Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, this stream recounts true crime stories and hometown murders with a comedic twist.
Snacks Daily blends humor with news, covering Robinhood’s top three business stories in 15 minutes. Hosts, Jack Kramer and Nick Martell, provide snack-size financial news, perfect for any morning ritual.
Startup Colorado covers tips and resources for entrepreneurs, by entrepreneurs.
This podcast is an in-depth look at how science and technology are revolutionizing how we work, live, and play. The Future of Everything features WSJ’s award-winning team of journalists interviewing global leaders.
Kate Toon brings her candor and levity to this informational podcast. Listen to her tackle SEO tips and business best practice as she interviews professionals from around the globe.
Sadie Robinson interviews authors, athletes, musicians, speakers, and film stars, asking just one question: What’s the best advice you have ever been given?
Why listen to podcasts while WFH?
Podcasts, like music, are beneficial for productivity. While working from home, podcasts can help you stay focused while reducing stress. Since podcasts involve motivation, stories, and information, they are inherently motivational! Regardless of your project, podcast content can spark new ideas and expand your creativity. Plus, you’ll likely learn something new (even if it’s about murder).
GROWL encourages you to take a moment and discover a new podcast! If you’re looking for additional COVID-19 support for your business, visit our resource hub or contact the GROWL team!