More than just being a book lover or a dedicated podcast listener, Beth devours both forms of media to satisfy her intellectual curiosity and at times, to escape the stresses of everyday life. Scroll down to read Beth’s take on books she has read along with her favorite podcasts
Books In Beth’s Library
Beth’s reading interests are expansive with each genre fulfilling a different personal or professional need. Books about business and leadership help Beth to continuously improve as an executive. Historical books help Beth understand decision making within the context of a specific time in our nation’s history. Biographies provide insights into other’s leadership journeys. Memoirs always inspire Beth to push harder to achieve her own goals and encourage others to strive for success. Sometimes, Beth just wants to relax and breeze through a light-hearted book or be drawn into a piece of literary fiction. Beth shares her take on the books she’s read and why they have added value (or not) to her ongoing quest for personal and professional development.
The Day the World Came to Town: 9/11 in Gander, Newfoundland
A small town helps in a big way on 9/11
Podcasts In Beth's Library
Beth is committed to a healthy lifestyle and years ago, discovered that she could combine the need for exercise with her love of learning by listening to podcasts at the gym or on a walk. Beth views the variety of her listening choices as the extension of her liberal arts education. Read on as Beth describes why she faithfully listens to these podcasts and how each one satisfies her thirst for knowledge across many different topics.
What Should I Read Next?
Anne Bogel is the host of the podcast, “What Should I Read Next?” and is based in Louisville, KY. The premise...
What It Means
“What It Means” is one of two podcasts from Forrester that is on my list. Focused on the “Age of...