CultivateGreatness Podcast Review by

This is a review of my podcast here at CultivateGreatness. Very kind words indeed from Alex at Thanks Alex!

What I love about podcasting is the variety of podcasts available out in the podosphere; whether your interests are mainstream or whether you’re grabbing at that long tail and seeking out more niche subjects.

Whatever you’re interest, you’re more or less certain to find something which satisfies that particular interest and your subscriptions to your podcasts will probably be a reflection of who you are and what floats your boat.

I have a wide variety of podcasts in my now famous iTunes subscription list and a good handful of those are self-development podcasts. With so many self-development books on the market, sometimes it’s just so much easier to stick in the ear buds, crank up the MP3 player and away you go.

Once particular self-development podcast that I subscribe to is Cultivate Greatness with Travis Wright.

Listening to Travis is like getting a shot of caffeine via your ear buds.

I recently asked Travis where he gets his energy from as his verbal vigour and enthusiasm crackles like static. Travis said it was simple, “… it’s from my passion”, he said.

It’s that “passion” that I refer to so often in my blogs…and I make no apologies for returning to this reference over and over again.

Sometimes it’s my own passions for a particular subject that keeps me hooked on that podcast, or alternatively I may have no or very little interest in a particular subject, but the podcaster’s own passion about their given subject comes across so well that not only are they great to listen to simply just for that, but that passion also makes it entertaining.

It’s that passion that comes across from so many podcasters; not always in an evangelising or even a patronising way, but in a sometimes subtle… and sometimes in a “Travis Wright” kind of way.

If you’re passionate about what you do, what you like and what you care for, others will pick up on it… that’s why I’m subscribed to Cultivate Greatness; it’s Travis’s enthusiasm as well as the interesting content. Appropriately enough Travis considered branding himself as an “Enthusiologist”.

Anyway… back to the podcast…

Taking themes from Napoleon Hill, inspirational guests and from his own experiences in self-development while turning his own life around, Travistravis-wright.jpg projects a “good buddy” type of inspiration, the same type of “good buddy” inspiration you get hanging out with pals discussing plans and feeding off each other’s gusto.

While this podcast touches on saving and making money, this podcast isn’t about “get rich” schemes, instead it’s a podcast about the real “riches” we have within us with regards to our skills, talents, characteristics, likes and dislikes. In essence, it’s about finding ways of enabling ourselves to be the best that we can be… and sharing these ideas.

Listen to Travis’s Cultivate Greatness podcasts and you won’t be in any doubt about the difference between being “rich” and being “wealthy”.

Currently, Travis is concentrating his podcasts “Leadership Author Interview” with “go-getting” guests, including the former President of Coca Cola Jack Stahl among others.

One particular podcast of Travis’s that you must listen to is the one where he reads from inspirational books to his son at bedtime. What a great way to get a great kick-start to life from an early age!

Anyway, give Cultivate Greatness a listen by heading over to


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One Response to “CultivateGreatness Podcast Review by”

  1. October 12, 2023 at 12:17 pm #

    You’re more than welcome Travis.

    It’s the least I can do to repay you for the enjoyment you give with your podcasts and blog.

    Kind regards


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