Stop Listening to Podcasts [Trail Talk]

This may seem like odd advice since I produce a podcast at, but I bet you’ll agree with the advice. Will you accept my challenge?

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  • I just finished a 2 week hiatus from listening to podcasts. I spend a lot if time in my car for my job and i listen to a lot of podcasts and books on tape.  I felt like i needed to take a break from it so i purposely decided not to listen to any of that stuff or read blogs for two weeks.  I cant say i did any great thinking or came up with any great ideas but i do feel better and was eager to get back to listening to great information again.   

  • Jack Lynady

    Great point Justin. I call it marinating. Read a book, listen to a podcast, or even just a short blog post. Then marinate in what u took in. Let it assimilate into your being, a day, a week, or a month. we are losing this somewhat in our culture.

  • I told someone that I should have been recording podcast intros and training my voice rather than listening to no more mondays and coachradio live.  But, I love the live interaction.

  • It’s refreshing isn’t it, Roger?

  • Marinating; what a great thought.

  • I love it too, Jason. I think that’s a big reason why I do it.

  • Anonymous

    Great reminder to take action.  I do find encouragement in listening to quality material.  It combats all the negativity I’m around all day.  Right now I drive a lot so I’m able to take advantage of that time for podcasts and ebooks.  Right now I’m listening to Denis Waitley.

  • Ivan Bickett

    Ok…. someone’s thinking a little much of himself! ME!!!

    I saw the heading and was thinking, “Oh crap! Justin’s had enough of me harassing him through all the comments!”

    I love the point. Application and solitude. I’m ALL FOR APPLICATION AND ACTION and have been thinking more and more I need some time to get away and think. No distractions, no interruptions. Me, my thoughts, and God.

    And your shirt-off presentation has shown something that I’ve expected (due to other comments). You’re one of those deceptively strong skinny dudes. You delt’s show that. Plus you rock climb and hike. (shaking my head in disgust from this) My brother is the same way. He’s 5’11” and weighs 135 pounds. Has a natural six pack stomach and can bench 50 pounds more than he weighs without working out ever. So jealous….


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