Host Kai Ryssdal and the Marketplace radio team bring you business and economics news in a laid back, easy to follow format. Marketplace covers broad economic trends and stories relevant to your personal finances. Up to the minute money news on demand, new podcast episodes every Mon
Permission to Speak is a fun and fiery romp through how we talk and what our voice says about us with Samara Bay, speech coach to the
stars and public speaking adviser back when there was a public to speak in. Each week she interviews people who specialize in how we
use our voice and people in the public eye who are USING it
Is medical school your dream? Good! But remember: the journey is uncertain, expensive, and bumpy. Luckily, The Short Coat Podcast comes to you each and every week, is totally free, and most important: our student co-hosts tell you what it’s really like, from the first year to the last, and beyond.
This is a show for anyone who’s ever considered, or even just daydreamed about, working in another country. Host Dylan Thuras, founder of Atlas Obscura, walks you through everything you’ll need to know to make the leap. Throughout, he’ll be joined by a range of guests with international experience, including Harvard Professor Tsedal Neeley; Duolingo’s Bozena Pajak; the head of Instagram Japan, Ian Spalter; acclaimed chef Rosio Sanchez and more. Presented by Cole Haan and T Brand Studio at The New York Times.
StartUp is a documentary series about entrepreneurial life. The show has been downloaded tens of millions of times since its launch in 2014. Its first season has been adapted into an ABC sitcom called Alex, Inc. starring Zach Braff. StartUp has won a Gracie Award and the Gerald Loeb Award for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism.
The podcast that takes you from where you are to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less. Every week Imrie is joined by a guest to discuss the issue that's blocking their personal or professional development. Hosted by Imrie (formerly Melanin Millennials)