UTR: The Lazy Genius

Launched in 2016 and at 236 episodes (at the time of writing), The Lazy Genius Podcast caught my attention with its great show title. The official blurb: “The Lazy Genius is here to

Open To Podcasting

Elle Russ has been podcasting for seven years as the host of Mark Sisson’s popular Primal Blueprint Podcast with 500+ episodes and 20 million downloads! She just launched her own podcast, The Elle Russ Show, in September

UTR: TED Talks Education

  What should future schools look like? How do brains learn? These are the sorts of questions presented in the TED Talks Education podcast. And you hear from some great educators, researchers, and community leaders


Landon Campbell created a podcast with his best friend and college roommate Micheal Holmes after they graduated and began their careers. It was also at the start of the pandemic. “We wanted

UTR: The Rich Roll Podcast

  With over 75 million downloads, this is one of the world’s top podcasts.  Host Rich Roll is an ultra-endurance athlete and author of Finding Ultra—a book about his journey to becoming

Raising the Bar Wordwide

The podcast world can be a small one. This was very clear as soon as I began speaking with Chris Menning in Bangkok, who I quickly discovered was originally from same area

UTR: The EdUp Experience

  The podcast is described as “America’s leading higher education podcast. Dr. Joe Sallustio & Elizabeth Leiba connect you with some of the most complicated topics in Education today. Along with Producer

Finding Mastery

“The Finding Mastery community [consists of] people who are interested in getting to the truth. They are not interested in hacks, tips, and tricks. They are interested in the psychology of excellence.”

UTR: Something You Should Know

  “In each episode, host Mike Carruthers interviews top experts in their field to bring you information and advice to help you save time and money, advance in your career, become wealthy,

Dare To Live Greatly

Kristel Bauer, who has an extensive background in healthcare, decided to start her podcast, Live Greatly, shortly after leaving clinical practice.  “I learned a lot while working in integrated psychiatry. I became

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