During daily car rides to B+C HQ, plane trips for work and play, and long runs outside, I enjoy spending time learning new things as often as possible. When that doesn鈥檛 involve reading a book or scanning my Twitter feed for the latest news, I鈥檓 usually tuned into my favorite podcasts.

You can tell a lot about someone from their choice of podcasts, and my lineup is pretty esoteric, if I do say so myself. Here鈥檚 the 411 on what I鈥檓 usually tuned into:

1. The Bobby Bones Show: This one is *technically* a nationally syndicated weekday country radio morning show based out of Nashville, TN, but it has been a staple for me going on 12 years, ever since I lived in Austin. Even if you don鈥檛 like country music, trust me when I say to give it a try 鈥 it鈥檚 98 percent entertainment and comedy and 2 percent country. I try to tune into this one every day 鈥 or at least as often as I can 鈥 and it never disappoints. It鈥檚 #1 on my list for a reason!

2. The Tim Ferriss Show: This podcast, hosted by the author, entrepreneur and angel investor Tim Ferriss, focuses on everything from business to body hacking to life hacking. On each episode, Tim brings on a guest and they deconstruct areas of their field to pull out tactics that are useful and routines that make them successful. Whether they鈥檙e sharing their favorite books, must-do exercises or time-management hacks, I leave every episode with at least one tidbit I try to implement into my own day-to-day life.

3. #GIRLBOSS Radio: Hosted by my good girlfriend, Re:Make 2016 speaker and the #GIRLBOSS herself, Sophia Amoruso鈥檚 series brings insights into other #GIRLBOSSES that have made a name for themselves creatively, culturally and/or entrepreneurially. Through interviews on this show I鈥檝e picked up a ton of professional advice and tips. Oh, and I may or may not be making a guest appearance in the coming months 鈥 stay tuned!

4. StartUp: Similar in structure to the hit podcast Serial, this series goes through what it鈥檚 really like to get a business off the ground 鈥 the good and the bad. And it鈥檚 pretty accurate too. (Maybe that鈥檚 why I鈥檓 so interested in this one鈥 ;) While prior seasons of this podcast have followed one company鈥檚 journey over a string of episodes, the latest edition tells multiple stories of various companies throughout, so you can see how a variety of entrepreneurs are handling (or not handling) their trials and tribulations.

5. Monocle鈥檚 The Entrepreneurs: If you鈥檙e looking to get the inside scoop on some of the most inspiring people, companies and global business ideas, this is the weekly podcast for you. Tune in for fresh ideas, developing tech, ways to revitalize a brand and so much more. As a bonus, there are usually people with British accents doing the interviews. Gotta love a good Brit ;)

6. TED Radio Hour: For those of you that can鈥檛 get enough TED Talks, you need to subscribe to this podcast STAT. This series takes a look at various research studies and opinions 鈥 like where happiness comes from 鈥 and brings the ideas to life through lively talks. You can鈥檛 walk away without learning at least one interesting new thing.

7. The RobCast: Hosted by bestselling author and notable pastor, Rob Bell, the RobCast offers both self-motivational sermons as well as inspirational interviews with people from all walks of life. One of my favorite episodes of this series is his interview with Eat, Pray, Love and Big Magic author (and one of my creative inspirations) Elizabeth Gilbert. The words she uses to describe the way people view creativity are literally some of the same sentences I鈥檝e been speaking for years. I got goosebumps listening to it and know you will too.

Do you listen to any of these podcasts? What others do you deem as a must-listen? Share your thoughts with me on Twitter, @brit! And make sure to head to my Pinterest page for more motivation and inspiration.