Free Audiobooks and Podcast
Even if they are not free audiobooks and podcast are valuable resources that are often overlooked.
Most of us believe that continuing education is no longer an option for the modern workforce. Audiobooks and podcast continue to be an ideal tool for learning and staying abreast of current events. Not to mention that the digital format is extremely convenient for those of us always on the go.
At Talmadge nearly every discussion always seems to center around things which occur during the interview process. This topic is no different.
Candidates can typically expect high-performing manager to has ask how they continue to develop their skills. So if you have an upcoming interview be prepared to share some examples of your latest self-education efforts and the lessons learned during the process.
Audiobooks and podcast are among the best self-development tools available. These portable formats allow for multi-tasking while commuting, exercising, or performing household task.
The Audio Publishers Association contends that audiobooks help “build and enhance vital literacy skills.” The APA also points out that those who struggle pronunciation, phonemic awareness, and comprehension typically benefit from auditory learning.
For a limited time, Audible is offering a 30-day free trail that comes with podcast, audiobooks, and much more. Audible will send you a reminder as you approach the end of your trial, so terminate with no obligation if you don’t enjoy it.
You will find other resources are free, but it will require some research effort on your part. For more free audiobooks and podcast, contact your local library to see what resources they are able to provide. You may have to wait for the items to become available, but the price is right.
Here is a great audiobook I just finished. It was an interesting insight into the formation of the Federal Reserve Bank, and how inflation is the biggest tax ever imposed on the poor. This is a must listen for those focused on their financial future.