4 Podcasts to Improve Your Creativity

By Stephanie Davis Smith, November 3, 2016

Tune in to—and turn up—these four podcasts on the reg to change your stream of consciousness. Here, two meetings insiders and two outsiders with some insight.  


GatherGeeks by BizBash
When AV wiz Brandt Krueger and Catalyst Director of Marketing Audrey Gallien aren’t interviewing industry insiders like Dan Berger, CEO of Social Tables, they’re discussing everything #meetingprofs, event marketing execs and nonprof organizers geek out over.

The Event Experience Web Series
Host Clarke Allen, a Charlotte, North Carolina-based event designer, generously shares his two decades of industry experience with the world in this web series, touching on topics from meeting and stage setup to unusual teambuilding ideas to creating a “sensorium” for attendees.


Revisionist History
The premise for this new podcast launched in June from best-selling author and speaker Malcolm Gladwell is reinterpreting items from the past through a social researcher’s POV. In an early episode, Gladwell looks at motivation and morale by examining 1960s Saigon. Somehow, he continuously manages to change how you view everything around you.

This Is Your Life
Best-selling author Michael Hyatt’s weekly address is devoted to intentional leadership with topics like “5 Ways to Build Trust With Your Tribe,” “The One Way to Guarantee You Won’t Succeed” and “9 Rules for Leading More Productive Meetings.”

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