Welcome to a new episode of what to watch, read and listen. Today’s episode is a special request – my friend Birgit is running a half-marathon this weekend and asked for a new episode of What to Watch, Read + Listen to add to her podcast list.
The Best-of-Summer One
Since I haven’t done an episode for a while but watched, read, and listened to so many great pieces this summer, I decided to share my summer favorites with you. And Birgit, of course! So, let’s go. And Birgit, good luck for your run! You can do it, girl!!!
What to Watch
The Great Hack on Netflix
UP by Pixar, available on Amazon, for example
Last Chance U on Netflix
What to Read
The “Why are you here” Café by John Strelecky
American Spy by Lauren Wilkinson
Reinventing Organizations – The Illustrated Version by Frederic Laloux
Do you need more book recommendations? Watch out for the new episode of the Hey Booklovers podcast which will be published on Friday, Sept 27th , 2019.
What to Listen
10 Things To Tell You
#31 Best books lately with Alyssa Hertzig
#30 Pay attention to what you skip
#27 Ask me anything
Building a Storybrand
#160 Cal Newport – How to digitally declutter your life
The Journal – a collaboration between Wall Street Journal and Gimlet Media
Let’s talk social with Svenja Walter
Interview with author Ildiko von Kürthy
And a side note: I asked Barack Obama whether he wants to be a guest on my What to Watch, Read + Listen podcast. He is going to be in Munich for the Bits & Pretzel start up conference at the end of the month and I thought that this would be a great opportunity. Let’s see if I will ever hear back from him. Update: I did! He wasn’t available for any interviews. So maybe next time!
Share your own recommendations
Please use my recommendations as starting points for your own list of favorite shows, podcasts, books and more. If you want to share your discoveries and takeaways from this episode on social media, please tag me personally or use the hashtag #wtwrl. I’m mostly on Instagram and on LinkedIn these days.
WTWRL is a podcast for curious people (like me) who are always looking for inspiration, forward thinking ideas, and current trends. Each episode has a specific topic and gives you tons of starting points for your own journey into the English-speaking world.
And another side note: All opinions are my own. This post is not sponsored, neither is this episode of the WTWRL podcast.