11 Best Episodes Of The Lewis Howes School Of Greatness Podcast

The School Of Greatness Podcast

Lewis Howes is the founder and host of The School Of Greatness podcast. He is an entrepreneur, author, and former professional football player from the Arena League.

If you even just passively dabble in consuming content related to personal-development or entrepreneurship, then you will be familiar with many of the guests that Lewis has assembled throughout his impressive catalog of episodes.

From Tony Robbins to Eric Thomas to Dr. Brene Brown, Lewis lines up the heavy hitters of their respective fields for a long-form format of conversation that is always as informative as it is entertaining.

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11 Best Podcasts For Kids

My Love Of Podcasts

Being a huge podcast junkie I am routinely entrenched in my favorite shows but quite often have trouble finding the time or opportunity to indulge in my beloved podcast feed. 

First off, there are times where I actually have to take my earbuds out, and yes... engage with my wife and kids from time to time. 

Then there are the times while I am in the car driving the kids to their next sports game and I am unable to put on the Monstruo true crime podcast or my favorite comedian who uses the occasional choice four-letter word because I do not dare subject my young children to inappropriate content. 

But, there is an even less favorable situation than abstaining from listening to a favored podcast show when the circumstances with my family will not allow for it. Instead of foregoing all entertainment, I can reluctantly put a DVD into the Honda Odyssey rear entertainment system.

Opting for the DVD, I am then subjected to the audio version of Finding Nemo for the five-hundredth time while my kids' brains deteriorate away with mind-numbing animation from Pixar. (I actually like Pixar but using a little hyperbole here to make a point.)

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Bill Burr - The Monday Morning Podcast

Bill Burr

Bill Burr is one of the biggest personas in the comedy game right now. But how does this respected and high-profile standup comedian fair in the world of podcasting? 

In this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on The Monday Morning Podcast from Bill Burr. 

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Today In True Crime by Parcast - A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show

Today In True Crime

“Crime never takes a day off, and neither do we.

That is the tag line direct from the brand new daily podcast series Today In True Crime. Coming from the prolific and well-respected podcast studio Parcast, Today In True Crime is an ambitious offering that looks to detail a crime that took place on each day’s date at some in the past.

These bite-sized episodes surprisingly stack a great deal of detail, context, and suspense into each story they cover. On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on Today In True Crime.

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1619 From The New York Times - Podcasts To Listen To

1619 Podcast

The Destructive 400-Year Old Legacy of Slavery

To present an entertaining and informative history podcast on an obscure or lesser-known topic is an admirable and novel feat, but to present a new podcast on a topic that has been thoroughly researched and meditated upon since the times in which it was happening, is a task in and of itself.

1619, a podcast that was created by New York Times correspondent Nikole Hannah-Jones as part of the larger 1619 project, takes up that baton to weave a narrative that extends from the moment the first cargo ship carrying slaves set sail four hundred years ago, to the present day.

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The Bulletproof Radio Podcast 13 Best Videos On The Ketogenic Diet, Fasting, & Nutrition

The Bulletproof Brand

Bulletproof is a food and supplement company geared towards peak performance. It was founded by their CEO Dave Asprey.

The linchpin of the Bulletproof brand is their signature Bulletproof coffee, which Dave is credited with creating. Bulletproof coffee is a nutritionally dense, high-powered, blended coffee beverage with grass-fed butter and Bulletproof Brain Octane supplying a host of healthy fats to fuel the body and brain for hours on end.

Beyond their signature coffee concoction, Dave and the Bulletproof brand have a rather mighty podcast show as well.

The Bulletproof Radio Podcast

Dave, being a trailblazing CEO himself, attracts thought leaders from a wide range of backgrounds and industries to share tips and hacks to help people find more energy, happiness, and fulfillment out of life.

I myself have been informed and inspired by the Bulletproof Radio podcast. There have been numerous episodes that have directly transformed my approach towards eating, the ways in which I tend to my mental health, and the manners in which I seek fulfillment through my work.

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17 Best Episodes Of The Joe Rogan Podcast 2019

The Joe Rogan Podcast

I know I have said this now for several years running, however, it is as true this year as ever before: 2019 has been another brilliant year for The Joe Rogan Experience Podcast

While we still have several months and more episodes to come from Joe Rogan’s podcast in 2019, the time is right to pay tribute to another stellar year from Joe and his guests. 

Joe’s channel on YouTube has now exceeded 6 million subscribers. It is mind-blowing to think of the sheer size of the audience he has amassed. He has now produced and published over 1,300 episodes, not including his MMA specific shows, chocked full of spirited dialogue and debate on a diverse and wide range of topics like the cosmos, politics, wellness, fulfillment from life and just about anything else you can imagine.

While Joe is a comedian at heart, it has always been his attempts to deconstruct life or unpack current social issues with an open mind and guests with different perspectives that have always most attracted me to his show. 

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The 5 Best New True Crime Podcasts Of 2019

True Crime Podcasts 

The Explosive Genre

True crime is as much an American pastime as baseball and apple pie, thanks to the 2014 hit podcast Serial. But a lot has changed since then. In five short years, the true crime genre has exploded to include a huge variety of podcasts, ranging from narrative pieces like Serial to “murder comedies.”

What makes murder so fascinating for so many people? Maybe it is facing the limits of human cruelty, or the deliciously morbid details, or a failing justice system that gets your blood going. But what can not be denied is that true crime is thriving and here to stay. 

The genre is dominating the podcast charts with no signs of stopping anytime soon. Today, we are living in the golden age of true crime because there are literally hundreds of new podcasts to choose from. 

If you are looking for a new podcast show that is dark, compelling or just plain entertaining we got you covered.

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17 Best Guests From The Joe Rogan Podcast

Joe Rogan

Top Of The Podcast Game

To me, there is no one creating better podcast content than Joe Rogan. He is a prolific producer of shows and the guests and discussions are consistently compelling.

The guests on Joe’s podcast are reflective of his array of interests. The conversations are free to go anywhere, though, regardless of the guest’s connection to Joe or the industry they represent.

The Joe Rogan Experience podcast is built around casual conversations in a long-form format. While Joe is a comedian at heart, it is the recurring themes of deconstructing life that has hooked me in and kept me coming back.

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Confronting: O.J. Simpson With Kim Goldman - A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show

The O.J. Simpson Case

25 Years Later

Confronting: O.J. Simpson with Kim Goldman is a podcast by the sister of the bystander Ron Goldman who wound up tragically murdered alongside Nicole Brown-Simpson. Produced by Wondery, Confronting is a brave endeavor by host Kim Goldman to go back in time and interview all of the major players in the case.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show we go deep on Confronting: O.J. Simpson With Kim Goldman.

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Dr. Drew Sounds Dire Warnings On Homelessness In California - The Adam And Dr. Drew Show

The Adam And Dr. Drew Show

An Offshoot Of Loveline

The Adam and Dr. Drew Show is an extension of the fan-favorite Loveline syndicated radio program. Adam Carolla and Dr. Drew Pinsky have been giving relationship and wellness advice for decades to multiple generations of young people from all walks of life.  

Dr. Drew is a board-certified physician and an addiction medicine specialist, not to mention being easy on the eyes which I suspect was a selling point for the producers at MTV, who carried a live audience version of Loveline during its height of popularity. 

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Gary Vaynerchuk - 11 Best Episodes Of The Ask Gary Vee Show

Gary Vaynerchuk

Heart, Hustle, and Soul

Gary Vaynerchuk has become the standard bearer for hustling.

He is a serial entrepreneur and the CEO and co-founder of VaynerMedia, which is a full-service digital agency servicing Fortune 500 clients. Gary’s newest venture, VaynerSports, is a new age athlete representation firm.

Gary is a showman without a doubt, but he became one of the most iconic online personas today by consistently providing value with his content and making integrity the linchpin with which he has built his brand.

Gary seems heartfelt in wanting every single person he touches to break free from the soul-sucking trap of the rat race. He implores people to take definitive and immediate action in pursuit of their own entrepreneurial dreams.

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Confronting: O.J. Simpson With Kim Goldman

The O.J. Simpson Case

25 Years Later

June 12th, 1994 marks the 25th anniversary of the horrific murders of Ron Goldman and Nicole Brown-Simpson and the subsequent trial that ensued of O.J. Simpson.

Throughout those tumultuous twenty-five years has been an ongoing media frenzy, court cases, rampant speculation, books, attorney’s careers careening, Kardashians (for crying out loud!), and now most recently a podcast offering.  

Confronting: O.J. Simpson with Kim Goldman is a podcast by the sister of the bystander Ron Goldman who wound up slain alongside Nicole Brown-Simpson. Produced by Wondery, Confronting is a brave endeavor by host Kim Goldman to go back in time and interview all of the major players in the case. 

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Rob Bell & The Robcast Podcast: Real World Spirituality

A Spiritual Quest

I am hesitant in writing anything about spirituality for fear that my thoughts could get wrongfully conflated with reverence for organized religion.

Much about organized religion sends me running for cover. I do recognize and appreciate it does bring some peace and comfort into the lives of some people.

Unfortunately, even the solace it brings to some can at times be draped in the type of detrimental dogma that ultimately provides a net loss for society as a whole.

All that being said, I am on a spiritual quest. Make no mistake about it.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: Conspiracyland Podcast

Conspiracyland Podcast 

From Yahoo News

Conspiracyland podcast is brought to us by the team at Yahoo News who produced the Skullduggery podcast. Hosted by Yahoo News chief investigative correspondent Michael Isikoff, Conspiracyland takes a constructive and comprehensive look at why and how conspiracies have flourished in American society. 

They center their focus on the unfortunate murder of former Democratic National Party worker Seth Rich and the wild and regretful conspiracies that swirled around his family after his tragic passing. 

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we go deep on Conspiracyland podcast. 


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Room 20: Podcasts To Listen To

Room 20: Compelling Idea, Lacks Execution  

An Overview 

Currently back on top of the iTunes podcast charts, a new podcast from the LA Times Studios, Room 20 is the exploration of an unidentified man who was involved in a car accident that caused him to suffer severe brain damage and landed him on life support, being cared for by nurses and social workers who only call him by the name on his hospital wristband: Sixty-Six Garage. 

Behind the mic is investigative reporter Joanne Faryon, who left her stable decade-long job as a newsroom reporter and spent two years tracking down witnesses, traveling across the United States and Mexico to sort through facts and falsity about who the man is, what happened that fateful day, and why in the past 17 years, no one who knew the man ever came looking for him.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: The Best Fantasy Football Podcasts

Fantasy Football Podcasts

Football season is back. This is truly the most wonderful time of the year and the world of podcasts are the perfect medium to stay informed and entertained on all the news and happenings around the NFL fantasy football landscape. On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show, we dig deep into an article we previously featured on this site which was The 9 Best Fantasy Football Podcasts To Dominate Your League With


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11 Ways Meditation Has Changed My Life

The Power Of Meditation

Inroads To The Mainstream

Meditation, or the general practice of mindfulness, seems to be slowly making inroads into the collective consciousness of the mainstream.

Just about anywhere you turn these days you seem to run into an article, podcast discussion, or some sort of social site mention about the benefits of meditation.

I understand the desire of those who practice meditation to want to share with the world the benefits they have been experiencing, but in the past, I have found myself a little hesitant to bring up the subject amongst my peers.

Something about voluntarily sharing that I meditate felt like bragging and maybe even coming off as slightly pompous, so I have kept my practice close to my heart until recently.

I can no longer hold back, though, from sharing the many benefits that meditation has brought into my life.

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Behind The Scenes: Stranger Things 3 - Podcasts To Listen To

Stranger Things 3

Stranger Things is back after two long years, and it took me two short days to binge all eight episodes. Maybe it’s the action, the talent, or the relentless parade of ‘80s references, but the show is seductive in a way that has most viewers wanting more. 

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Noble Blood From Aaron Mahnke - Podcasts To Listen To

History Intersects With True Crime

The Prolific Aaron Mahnke

If like me, you are a fan of history and true crime podcasts, the Noble Blood podcast is one you should look to find wherever you order your podcasts from. The combining of history, myth, and true crime is the holy grail for us who are fans of these genres with the Lore podcast from Aaron Mahnke being the gold standard of listens over the last few years. 

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13 Best True Crime Podcasts For You

True Crime

The Podcast Explosion

The true crime genre for podcasts has hit the internet like a storm. This new wave of gripping productions seems to be serving a morbid curiosity that is encoded deep in the DNA of human beings.   

Society has always had an interest in the macabre. Whether it is Dateline, 20/20, Cops, or even Dr. Phil in certain moments, true crime has always had major traction on television and through other media like books and films.   

There is an entire television network dedicated to the genre, so this recent explosion in podcast shows makes total sense. The long-form audio format of a podcast allows the listener to not only get lost in the depth of the story but to also become privy to real audio clips from 911 calls and actual confessions recorded by the police.  

If you are already a fan of true crime or if you are looking to get indoctrinated into this thrilling new wave of investigative entertainment, we have compiled the ultimate true crime feature for you.

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Monster Presents Insomniac - Podcasts To Listen To

True Crime Podcasts

Monster Presents: Insomniac is a brand new podcast offering stemming from the explosive genre of true crime. Brought to us by iHeartRadio, Insomniac is not just a straight forward investigative format or a narration of past crimes. There is a unique twist in the presentation of Insomniac and it may be just as bone-chilling as any recounting of a harrowing, murderous tale.

While Insomniac certainly delivers the goods on spotlighting and dramatizing notorious true crimes from the past, the host Scott Benjamin is using the platform of Insomniac to bare his soul in the hopes of shedding some of his own personal demons.

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A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show: S-Town From Serial And This American Life

S-Town Podcast

S-Town podcast was an investigative series brought to us by the producers of Serial and This American Life that drew quite a buzz back around its release in 2017. Hosted by journalist Brian Reed, S-Town set out to investigate a potential murder and coverup in a small Alabama town, however, the focus of the story quickly shifts to center around the individual who initiated the contact with the producers and provided the tip of the possible murder story.

On this episode of A Dude And A Bro Podcast Show we revisit S-Town which might have garnered enough acclaim to be deemed a classic in the young and ever-growing world of podcasting but would that designation be justified for S-Town?

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Podcasts To Listen To: 13 Minutes to the Moon

The Lunar Landing

50 Years Later

July 20th, 2019 will mark the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Mission to the moon. On July 20th, 1969, Neil A. Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin famously took a “small step for a man, but a giant leap for mankind.”  

13 Minutes to the Moon is a BBC docu-series podcast that takes a deep dive into the decade of the 1960s where President John F. Kennedy made a bold challenge to the United States that in 10 years, we shall put a man on the moon.  

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