Maybe this should be with audiobooks, but I feel podcasts need their own hack.

Podcast are a great way of consuming information in a different format to an audiobook. My favourite is The Tim Farriss Show and I have listened to this for several years. You realise more and more how flawed vulnerable and normal, very successful people are. I find when giving myself a hard time about silly things I might do it is nice to listen and disappear into a world of other people and their struggles and flaws while leading the own lives. This can be quite inspiring.

Dyslexia Life Hacks also has its own podcast, The Dyslexia Life Hacks Show.

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