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top podcasts on spotify

Podcasts are one of the most popular forms of media today. I’ll share my Top Podcasts on Spotify and my personal favorite in today’s blog.

Podcasts are one of the most popular forms of media today. They’re easy to find and manage, and you can easily keep track of your favorite shows.

They are not just a new way to listen to a radio show or an audio version of an article it is an entire world unto itself, they’ve become an increasingly popular way to listen to audio content.

According to a recent survey conducted by Edison Research, over half of Americans as well as Indians report listening to at least one podcast each week.

The reason for this is simple—podcasts allow us to hear stories from all walks of life worldwide.

We learn more about other cultures and traditions without leaving our homes or offices!

In addition to learning about different cultures, podcasts also allow us to learn something new every day.

Why is podcasting important?

Podcasts can be great for your health. It can help motivate you by providing content that will help you reach your goals.

They also have an educational value: podcasts are easy to listen in on conversations between experts; they’re quick and convenient.

Podcasts are good for those times when a video isn’t an option (like when traveling on vacation).

Whether you’re interested in science fiction, investment, self-improvement, or history, there’s always something worth tuning into on a podcast channel!

There are plenty of podcasts out there, but the best ones are the ones that make you feel like you’re part of a community—like you’re sharing ideas with other people who care about them as much as you do.

My Favourite and Top Podcasts on Spotify are as follows:

1. My First Million

A podcast where we brainstorm new business ideas based on trends & opportunities we see in the market. Sometimes we have famous guests, and they do it with us.

Sam Parr and Shaan Puri are the hosts of the show.

Sam Parr is an American businessman and podcaster co-hosting the My First Million podcast. His most famous accomplishment is founding The Hustle Media Production company, which he sold to HubSpot for an estimated $27 million.

Shaan Puri is an entrepreneur, investor, and co-host of the My First Million podcast. The site and newsletter of his website have over 30K subscribers, where he shares insights and frameworks.

I enjoy this podcast because it excites me with its ideas, especially the guest interviews that are rational without being specific to one topic or ideology (just like our website’s niche: “No Niche”).

They talk about the hacking world as well as the new business opportunities present out there, ain’t that cool?

The duration of the Podcast is around 40-60 mins.

My favorite Episode is #30 – Reinventing the Energy Drinks. (I recommend listening if you are into marketing)

This podcast is highly recommended for those interested in opening a side business.

2. Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend

Conan realized that only the people who work for him attended his holiday party after 25 years at the Late Night desk.

Despite thousands of interviews, he has never made a genuine and lasting friendship with any of his celebrity guests.

To accomplish this, he started a podcast. Deeper, unrestricted, and unbound by FCC regulations.

Every week, Conan finds himself with his favorite people and perhaps finds some real friendship in the process.

Comedy, sarcasm, and wit are the hallmarks of this show.

Conan does a great job of towing the line between sincerity and humor.

I love, maybe, 98% of the interviews, but the real fun is hearing Conan, Sona, and Matt shoot the sh*t. The chemistry between them is fantastic.

Only podcasts I don’t skip the ads on even if it’s the same ad I’ve heard dozens of times.

The duration of the Podcast is around 35-50 mins.

Conclusion

On Spotify, you can find other podcast options too. At least one hour should be spent listening to podcasts based on your genre in a day.

Let us know what are your Top Podcasts on Spotify in the comment section.

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