Books, Sites, Podcasts

The volume of ideas and perspectives generated and shared across the world is staggering. It’s a bit mind-bending to consider that there are more hours of content produced/uploaded every minute than a person could ever consume in their lifetime.

When it comes to books I’m actively reading, want to read, or have read, I track it using Goodreads.

For podcasts, I regularly listen to Morning Brew’s Business Casual, HBR Ideacast, The Colour Gap, Malcolm Gladwell’s Revisionist History, Mind Pump, The Ongoing History of New Music with Allan Cross, Distributed, with Matt Mullenweg, Ted Talks Daily, The Ted Interview, and Adam Grant’s Work Life.

Amongst all the sites out there, here are a few that I love for thought-provoking topics: Lorne Rubis, Harvard Business Review, and Singularity Hub.