One habit I picked up in my startup life is reading business books. I started slowly, and then grew to read them voraciously.
But when I transferred houses from one which was a stone’s throw from the office to one which was an hour and a half away, my reading time got stymied.
This was how I introduced myself to the world of podcasts. I would download podcasts from the web, upload them into my mobile, and listen away: 3-4 hours a day sometimes in the traffic. Great, wonderful learning – during a time when there is minimal distraction.
Want to get started?
Let me introduce you to one of the most elaborate startup resources available online: The Stanford Entrepreneurial Lecture Series.
This is a series of podcasts from some of the most renowned startup founders in the world, talking about a variety of topics concerning entrepreneurship.
Some of the podcasts you can start with:
But believe me, almost all the entries are worth listening to.
If you do garner any concrete, meaningful insights from these sources, do share them below.
Happy learning people!
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