Editor’s note: This was contributed by Elliott Zaagman a trainer, coach, and change management consultant who specializes in aiding Chinese companies as they globalize. To contact him, check him out on LinkedIn, or add ezaagman on WeChat.

I am a podcast addict. I’ve never been much of a reader, and tend to spend lots of time on trains, streets, and planes, so the revolution in downloadable audio content has opened up a whole new world of information for me.

As I’ve developed somewhat of a pseudo-career as a writer and blogger, I’ve relied on podcasts as sources of both inspiration and information for the topics I’m researching. However, I’ve come to find this method incredibly annoying and time-consuming on most podcast apps. The specificity of the search results is often woefully inadequate.

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Elliott Zaagman

Elliott Zaagman is a contributor to TechNode. He is also a corporate trainer, executive coach, and writer who splits his time between Bangkok and Beijing. He focuses on Chinese companies and how they relate...