9 career podcasts you didn't know you needed

January 2, 2019
  • News & Announcements
  • AACRAO Members
“If you’re anything like me, you start your day by reading the very latest news in the higher education world: Inside Higher Ed," said James Miller, the host of AACRAO's first podcast, Admit It, in his introduction to the inaugural episode with his first guest, editor and co-founder of that publication, Scott Jaschik.
 
The discussion covered the highlights and revelations from Inside Higher Ed's 2018 Surveys of Admissions Leaders: The Pressure Grows, as well as topics such as the political climate and national dialogue around higher education, the implications of and historical development leading to the Fisher II decision, and much more. 
 
Admit It can be found in your Apple or Google play store. Join the Admit It email list and get updates on new releases. 
 
And AACRAO's second podcast, For the Record, a podcast for registrars -- will drop in 2019. For updates, sign up here.
 
Here are 7 more podcasts that may boost your career:
 
  1. The Productivityist Podcast. Hosted by productivity strategist Mike Vardy, The Productivityist Podcast is a weekly show that discusses tips, tools, tactics, and tricks that are designed to help you take your productivity, time management, goals, to do lists, habits, and workflow to new heights - both at work and at home.
  2. Career Tools is a weekly podcast focused on specific actions you can take to grow and enhance your career.
  3. Lead to Win has weekly leadership lessons to build resources and confidence.
  4. Safe for Work is an advice show that reminds you that while your office may be crazy, you don’t have to be. 
  5. Pivot with Jenny Blake. What’s next for your career and creative projects? Learn to embrace fear, insecurity, imperfection and intuition as the superpowers they are while navigating the pivot process. 
  6. The Marie Forleo Podcast. Marie and her guests share actionable strategies for greater happiness, success, motivation, creativity, productivity, love, health, contribution and fulfillment. Covers business, marketing, and career advice.
  7. Ctrl Alt Delete. Emma Gannon interviews thought leaders about topics such as creativity, work, wellbeing, the internet, social media, feminism, identity, mental health, careers and everything in between.
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