Warp zones, jet packs and flying cars will eventually become the new norm, but until then traffic remains an unavoidable transportation reality. When the majority of your attention needs to remain on the road, it leaves you limited options to break the monotony of gridlock. It can feel like an unproductive void of valuable time wasted. So how can you fill that void once you grow tired of tuning up your singing vocals, or perfecting your listing presentation?
With podcasts! Here are a few of my favorite real estate related podcasts that will make getting from point A to point B feel like the productive and efficient straight line you want it to be. While driving you can listen to podcasts through the podcast app on your iPhone or download the Google podcast app on an Android device. You can also follow the links below to listen on the web.
Leave Your Mark: The Coldwell Banker® Podcast – This is a great way to keep up to date on all things Coldwell Banker. The podcast consists of quick weekly updates, feature interviews showcasing the philosophies and practices of the leading women of Coldwell Banker, information on upcoming events like Gen Blue and the story of the North Star rebrand. Be sure to subscribe on your mobile device.
Here is a link to listen on the web: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/coldwell-banker-gen-blue-news
Tom Ferry Podcast – Widely regarded as a top real estate educator, Tom takes you through the best practices to growing your business and balance your life.
Here is an episode to get you started:
Discover All The Secrets From Our Video Expert – Tips on how to start making videos to grow your business.
99% Invisible – Primarily an architecture podcast, but it digs much deeper into all things designed that we may have never thought of and never knew we wanted to know from structural integrity (or lack there-of) to fascinating stories that are fun to share.
Here are a few episodes to get you started:
Structural Integrity – How the Citicorp Center in New York City almost collapsed
Built on Sand – Our reliance on sand as a building component for concrete, asphalt, glass and more…
Usonia – the modest, well-made, affordable homes built by Frank Lloyd Wright
The Accidental Room – How a local artist built a secret apartment within the Providence Place Mall in Providence, Rhode Island.
Podcasts are a perfectly powerful and productive way to stay on top when you’re stuck in traffic or just have some free moments in the day.