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November 23, 2020 4 min read

Knowledge is a huge power, but when you have no time for learning, you can dismiss that power. Not everyone has the opportunity to read books on the go and we have plenty of errands to do in the evening. But since we all have smartphones or tablets and headphones, why not turn them into your learning tools?

Podcasts are an effective and easy way to enhance your knowledge and productivity without trying to carve some time out of our jam-packed schedules. With a variety of productivity podcasts, it’s hard to choose the best ones, though. Fear not, we did this job for you. Here are some of the best productivity podcasts you can listen to right now.

1. Extreme Productivity with Kevin Kruse

If you’re feeling overwhelmed, overscheduled, and overworked, it’s impossible to stay highly productive. Extreme Productivity with Kevin Kruse features a number of episodes that reveal a secret of being productive regardless of your workplace, position, and mood. Each episode helps to gain a sense of balance and peace while increasing the productivity level. The episodes are based on insights Kevin Kruse gained from interviewing up to 200 successful people, millionaires, and billionaires, as well as straight-A students, entrepreneurs from Silicon Valley, and Olympic athletes.

2. Back to Work with Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann

Educate yourself about communication, productivity, tools, and constraints by listening to episodes of Back to Work podcast. Each episode lasts up to one hour and is entertaining and educational at the same time. Despite being so long, you might have tons of fun as Dan Benjamin and Merlin Mann tell funny antics. When compared with short podcasts, this duo’s podcast provides a deeper look at critical life topics, such as identity, work, expectations, and routine.

3. The Action Catalyst with Dan Moore

Available for free on iTunes, The Action Catalyst is a popular productivity podcast known around the world. The leader of a successful, multimillion-dollar global consulting company, Dan Moore shares a lot of his own tips and tricks based on his own experience. Moreover, some of his podcast’s episodes feature a variety of experts, such as entrepreneurs and psychologists. You can also learn a valuable lesson from his grandmother. Apart from productivity, you’ll also enhance your confidence, mindset, inner peace, positivity, and many more.

4. Beyond the To-Do List hosted by Erik Fisher

If you’re looking for podcasts that will motivate you to reach your goals and success, Beyond the To-Do List should become your favorite source of motivation and inspiration. The best part about this award-nominated podcast is that it features real life stories that bring you valuable lessons. By listening to Beyond the To-Do List, you’ll learn how to balance your life, stay productive during the day, and achieve your goals. There are multiple episodes for people working from home and whose job requires high levels of creativity.

5. ProdPod with Ray Sidney-Smith

Have no time for listening long podcasts? The great news is that ProdPod will help you improve your productivity in less than 2 minutes. Each episode is overbrimming with useful tips and you can also read it. Most importantly, unlike other podcasts, you can download each episode and listen to it offline. You’ll learn how minimalism can affect your productivity, what’s the link between productivity and resilience, and many more. There are currently 118 episodes on the website with each lasting 2 or less minutes, making them perfect for super busy people.

6. The Paul Minors Podcast

The Paul Minors Podcast covers self-improvement, business, and productivity problems, helping you to build and live a life on your own terms. Despite being a “virtual consultant,” Paul Minors shares tried and tested tricks on how to establish a successful company and stay productive to make it flourish. Paul Minors believes that productivity helps to unlock the life you strive to live. When you control your productivity and know how to optimize your time, you’re already half a way to success.

7. Eat Sleep Work Repeat with Bruce Daisley

The podcast that’s updated weekly, Eat Sleep Work Repeat with Bruce Daisley is available for free on iTunes. The podcast includes a lot of episodes that will help you manage your work better, boost your productivity, beat your procrastination habit, and handle life obstacles without losing your mind. Your productivity level highly depends on your happiness and workplace culture. Not only will the podcast teach you how to overcome unhappiness and increase productivity, but it will also help you feel in control of your life.

8. The Tim Ferriss Show

One of the best business podcasts, The Tim Ferriss Show is the first interview/business podcast that was downloaded 300,000,000 times. Each episode features motivating and inspiring interviews, including the ones with famous people like Reid Hoffman, Malcolm Gladwell, Jamie Foxx, Maria Sharapova, Edward Norton, Arnold Schwarzenegger, Neil Gaiman, and others.

9. How I Built This with Guy Raz

Another free and effective podcast that you can listen to every time you struggle with procrastination and poor productivity, How I Built This with Guy Raz is also worth adding to your playlist. It features 149 episodes and real time stories. If you’re going to start a business or you’ve already been in the business world for a long while, this is the podcast that will definitely get you moving.

10. The 5 AM Miracle with Jeff Sanders

You’ve probably heard a million times that successful people wake up earlier. The 5 AM Miracle with Jeff Sanders explains the importance of waking up earlier. It will help you manage your morning routine and complete multiple things before even your breakfast time. Moreover, the podcast will help you wake up with enthusiasm and increased energy levels. The major topics are healthy habits, early mornings, productivity and personal development. Schedule the time when you’ll wake up in the morning and feel amazing.

If you’re struggling with poor productivity, listen to these podcasts each day whenever you have the opportunity. You’ll see how motivated and productive you’ll become in a short while.



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