Bicycle University

I ride my bicycle to almost everywhere I need to go. In (almost) any weather and as long as my bike is functional, riding is my main form of transport. This gives me quite a lot of time in the saddle over a week or month.

I’ve heard different versions of the following over the years but I think Jim Rohn says it best when he says:

“Take care what you put in to your mind”

and also:

“Stand Guard at the door of your mind. You decide what goes in”

With my cycle routes pretty much on autopilot at this stage I have started listening to podcasts so I can train my mind while also training my body. I find I can absorb podcast content much better than audio books while riding.  The main reason I think I can absorb podcasts much better is because I can listen to the entire podcast in a single commute which is usually about 50 minutes or so. I ave tried audio books briefly but found that I had to keep replaying key parts of the book for it to really sink in.

So which podcasts? Below are the podcasts I listen to on a regular basis.

There are a lot here, but each week I have 50 minutes x 2 (there and back) x 5 (days a week) = 8 hours 20 minutes to listen to these. Cumulatively this adds up to a lot of time invested, and a lot of information gained on some of the key areas in my life. This information is often recent and up to date due to the nature of podcasts, making them a great way to stay abreast of the latest development in almost any industry.










Python and Machine Learning development






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