Continuous Learning: The Social Give and Take of Podcasting

When you hear the term “unintended consequences” do you assume the worst?  Many of us are natural skeptics, especially those who’ve studied economics.  But positive outcomes are just as probable.

That’s been my experience with podcasting.  I spent decades traveling for business and have long been addicted to audio learning content in all forms – including audio books, audio courses, talk-radio and now podcasts – to learn and help pass the travel time more quickly.  Music is great, but on a seven-hour drive, nothing is better than audio learning.

I knew that producing a podcast could be an effective, engaging form of continuous learning for Talented Learning followers – especially those stuck on planes, trains and automobiles.  What I didn’t expect were the unintended, social learning benefits of podcasting.

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