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What Should I Read Next? is the show for every reader who has ever finished a book and faced the problem of not knowing what to read next. Each week, Anne Bogel, of the blog Modern Mrs Darcy, interviews a reader about the books they love, the books they hate, and the books they're reading now. Then, she makes recommendations about what to read next. The real purpose of the show is to help YOU find your next read. To learn more or apply to be on the show visit whatshouldireadnextpodcast.com.
 
Reading Through Life is a weekly podcast by two best friends who would love to live inside a library. We believe that there is no better company than that towering pile of 73 unread novels you have sitting on your nightstand. And if we don’t get the quiet time to dive face first into a book each day, we get really stabby.
 
Welcome to your new favourite book club. If you enjoy deep dives into the greatest books ever written, you will love Hardcore Literature. Provocative poems, evocative epics, and life-changing literary analyses. We don’t just read the great books - we live them. Together we’ll suck the marrow out of Shakespeare, Homer, and Tolstoy. We’ll relish the most moving art ever committed to the page and stage from every age. Join us on the reading adventure of a lifetime.
 
Each interview contains 3 big ideas to transform your life or business. We believe each idea shared can be transformational for you or your business growth. Each week you'll get our positive news that transforms lives. These big ideas help to inspire people to live more abundant lives. This show is hosted by military veteran and entrepreneur, Jeremy C. Jones. He has interviewed 180+ experts including Gary Vaynerchuk, Bob Burg, Ivan Misner, John David Mann, Rob Basso, and many more.
 
“Do you see a man skilled in his work? He will stand before kings; He will not stand before obscure men.” Proverbs 22:29 I am a Christian, and I do my best to think only on what is “true, honorable, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and praiseworthy” (Phil 4:8). It’s hard to find media out there these days that adheres to these standards… and when it does, more often than not, it isn’t very good! I think this is why many of us have given up and just accepted what’s available in main ...
 
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Waking Up 30

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Waking Up 30

Carter Gibson, Andrew Fear

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A podcast about making the most of our 30s. Armed with coffee, Andrew and Carter work through the difficulties of being "responsible" adults, learning and experimenting their way through the decade you're supposed to have it all figured out. Except they don't.
 
Close Reads is a book-club podcast for the incurable reader. Hosted by David Kern and featuring Tim McIntosh and Heidi White, alongside a couple of other occasional guests, we read Great Books and talk about them. This is a show for amateurs in the best sense. We’re book lovers, book enthusiasts. This is not an experts show and it’s barely literary analysis in the way that literary analysis is commonly understood. Instead it’s a show about experiences with literary urge. Join us! Close Reads ...
 
Procurement Zen is the podcast for anyone interested in negotiation and procurement. I share valuable tools, negotiation approaches, book reviews and interviews with seasoned negotiation pros. You will discover new findings and discuss ideas and new approaches to the world of negotiation. Kick your career to the next level with insights that help you win approaches that will help you achieve your desired negotiation results.
 
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The 1-3-20 Podcast

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The 1-3-20 Podcast

Daniel Pink, powered by HubSpot

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Get the biggest ideas from the best business books. In each episode, #1 New York Times bestselling author Daniel Pink selects 1 important book, asks its author 3 key questions (What’s the big idea? Why should I care? What should I do?), and wraps it all up in under 20 minutes.
 
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Readers, it's almost summer reading season (our 2022 Summer Reading Guide releases next week!), and today's conversation is just filled with summer reading energy. It's also a What Should I Read Next first, as we have four readers talking books and reading in today's show. Dive into summer reading today with Anne, her husband Will, and their readin…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Self- Awareness or lack thereof is a skill that is often missed diagnose by many leaders. It is often camouflaged by attempting to hold their direct reports accountable for results. Leadership is organic growth, the people skills to get things done through other people requires interpersonal skills, a growth m…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: You do not need industry experience for most franchises There is no direct correlation between what you invest and what you can make. The non-sexy, under-the-radar businesses sometimes have the most appeal once you look under the hood, so to speak. Get more resources for this episode here: AskJeremyJones.com/2…
 
Excelsior!! The Abyss gang gets all Marvelous this week as they explore the Spector aslyum and discuss Disney+'s Moon Knight. Before talking Mooncopters they take a look at The Sadness, David Peak's The World Below, Spiderman No Way Home, Netflix's Circle and The Pentaverate, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, Kathy Koja's Bad Brains, and Ro…
 
Show notes: We love authors and we love books. We really do! But… sometimes authors do very strange things in their books that just grind our gears. Why do they do them? We have no idea, but we sure want to talk about it and share our bookish pet peeves with you. What do you think, do we raise valid points or are we just picky readers? Maybe don’t …
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Understanding the "Ladder of Inference" and how it impacts your thoughts. Showing empathy to ourselves and to others is the most underutilized and most impactful power we have. Understanding your value and learning how to effectively articulate it can drastically change the trajectory of your career. Get more …
 
Readers, today's guest came later in life to a career that she now loves, and one of her favorite parts of the job? Nurturing budding readers! As a third and fourth-grade teacher, Katrina Fleming has a plan for getting her kids hooked on reading, but lately she’s felt like her plan for her own reading life has been letting her down. Katrina knows w…
 
This time, we read Hangman's Curse (The Veritas Project Vol. 1) by Frank Peretti as requested by our Patron, BeastWithTheLeast! They said that, “It’s probably the laughably worst YA novel I’ve ever read (or that I haven’t blissfully forgotten about)." Join us on this Christian Scooby Doo escapade and learn about spider mating! Who needs evolution o…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Are you experiencing an emotion that gets your attention Use information about emotion for a paper or presentation at use at work Benefits from life insights from 1000 of the world's greatest leaders and professions both past and present
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Manager your career like a business owner vs. an employee Sell your genius vs. beg for a promotion Learn to thrive in vs. simply survive your work Get more resources for this episode here: AskJeremyJones.com/236
 
Show notes: Time to wrap, wrap, wrap it up! Here are 10 books that we read in the month of April. 5 books from Sarah, 5 books from Mia. Some good, some not so good, but that’s OK. Also, spoiler alert - there will be Colleen Hoover books on this list. #sorrynotsorry Click here to join us on Patreon to get an exclusive bookish goodie every single Fri…
 
Our first Norwegian guest, Lisa Sølvberg is a lifelong reader who loves a complicated family saga. She also has a particular appreciation for the audiobooks that accompany her athletic pursuits, as you'll hear in today's conversation. Lisa and Anne talk about the power of book journaling and what Lisa's learned about her reading life as a result of…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: The fastest way to scale a company is by having the right people on your team. You get the right people by creating the type of culture in your company that will get you the results you want. Creating a community that your ideal employee would want to belong to. You create culture by knowing who you are, where…
 
Oooeeee this is a good one! The Abyss gang tries to figure out what's going on in the world of Nick Antosca's Migrations with Sean M. Thompson. Before that we discuss Tender is the Flesh by Agustina Bazterrica, Anaconda, Gertrude Barrow's The Citadel of Fear, Hailey Piper's Queen of Teeth, and Adam Nevill's Cunning Folk. Be ready for some fun! Pick…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Lived Experience Intelligence (+ LEQ) is the most undervalued competitive advantage in corporate America. Employers must tap into the latent LEQ within their organization in order to realize its benefits. Employees must opt into using their LEQ in order for an organization to realize its benefits. Get more res…
 
Show notes: We have a confession to make: We hoard books. There! We said it! We’re two bookish nerds, so it makes sense, right? But the problem comes with having many (too many?) unread books on our shelves. Listen in to today’s episode as we shop our own shelves and make a pact (with many exit clauses) to read our selected titles. Click here to jo…
 
Readers, if you've ever dreamed of opening a bookstore, this episode is for you! Today, Anne's in conversation with Abbigail Glen, the owner of Shelves, an online and pop-up bookstore based in Charlotte, North Carolina. Abby discovered the power of reading at a young age, and decided to make her dream of being a bookstore owner a reality. In her co…
 
A YouTube user told us to check out a book about the afterlife, but Signs from Pets in the Afterlife was in the search results just below the intended book and, well...we couldn’t resist. Content Warnings: In addition to our usual barnyard language, today’s episode includes discussion or mention of pet death, grief, and mourning.…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Marketing is an outdated concept. Hype is neither moral not immoral, but it unfailingly works. It is the moral imperative of people doing great work to embrace and master hype. Get more resources for this episode here
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Preventing the cycle of super-worker, super-visor, and super-failure. Building better leaders by providing them with the invaluable tools of understanding diversity and inclusion. Helping individuals understand their worth and value by creating their own vision of a "one-person corporation" Get more resources …
 
Awww yeah, join the Abyss gang at our favorite rest stop as we discuss Orrin Grey's No Exit! Before we dig into cults and bathroom ettitqute we dive into some Shudder and Netflix movies checking out The Cellar, Cursed Films, and Choose or Die. Then it's on to Eric LaRocca's We Can Never Leave This Place, The Domination trilogy from S.M. Stirling, I…
 
Show notes: We love books that make us FEEL something, even if it’s a sad feeling. Because let’s face it, sometimes you just need a long, cathartic cry while reading a beautiful story. In this episode, we’re bringing you 10 books that made us cry (plus, some honorable mentions!), so get your tissues ready. Don’t worry, we won’t judge. Click here to…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: People who are running a business need to be focused on themselves as the ultimate asset to their business and their lives. Mental optimization: How the nervous system affects thinking and how the mind can affect performance of the body. Emotional optimization: Without awareness and understanding of triggers a…
 
Today's guest is both an avid leisure reader and a professional word nerd. Gary Robinaugh has always been fascinated with the role language plays in our lives. His career studying Aphasia—a language disorder caused by a specific type of brain damage—explores the relationship between thought, language, and communication, and he's equally fascinated …
 
Welcome to our little garden! Tiptoe through the tulips with the Abyss gang and special guest Elford Alley as they discuss Joe R Lansdale's Tight Little Stitches in a Dead Man's Back. Before that they check out Wesley Southard's Try Again and Cruel Summer, Manly Wade Wellman's The Old Gods Waken, Moon Knight, V Castro's Queen of Cicadas, and Glendo…
 
Show notes: There are a LOT of great books out there, but ones that we would willingly re-read again and again? They are fewer and far between. These special “unicorn” books are the ones we’re sharing in this episode - books that we fell in love and wish we could experience again for the very first time because they are just *that* special. We hope…
 
3 big ideas discussed in this episode: How this new coaching approach is different than other models Why new name: Coring (Science and Values Behind it) Traditional Coaching vs Coring Get more resources for this episode here RESOURCES: Buy The Book Now On Amazon - click here
 
Today's guest is an author whose books are regularly discussed in our online community, and she's here to talk with Anne today about the practice of seeking inspiration, and the books she can't stop recommending to the people in her life—and, of course, to get some suggestions for what to read next! Shauna Niequist is the author of numerous books, …
 
In this week's Patron's Choice episode, Paris & Chris discover how little they know about the former soviet union and how their American cultural upbringing did not prepare them to appreciate books that are heavily steeped in U.S.S.R. culture. Our Patron Anna actually mailed us this book and requested that we do an episode on it. It’s pretty incred…
 
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