Podcasts are an excellent way to take in advice and information while you are on-the-go. Whether you like to start your day with a pep talk or pass the time on a commute to a meeting, many podcasts offer a lot of information and inspiration to business owners.
Here are some great ones to check out!
Entrepreneurs on Fire
Entrepreneurs on Fire is one of the leading business podcasts today. Hosted by John Lee Dumas, it has won the Best of Apple Podcasts award, and has over 2,500 episodes and 85 million downloads. What makes it exceptionally unique from most other podcasts is that new episodes are released every day.
Mixergy is a great podcast for start- up businesses and entrepreneurs who see the “big picture” in their industries. Hosted by its founder Andrew Warner, the podcast’s primary goal is to provide tips and strategies on how to face the challenges that your business might encounter in the future. Episodes include conversations that teach business owners how to find solutions to the most common problems.
How I Built This
How I Built This, hosted by Guy Raz, is a product of National Public Radio (NPR). Its main goal is to provide insights to listeners about the most successful people in the world in terms of business and marketing. It is aired on a weekly basis, and each episode runs for 30 minutes. Raz shares the show with prominent entrepreneurs, learning how these people made money through their businesses.
If you own a business but never actually attended business school, then we recommend listening to this podcast by Omar Zenhom. In addition to the usual “how to build your business” and “how to grow your business” topics, this podcast also aims to teach you how to “actually run a business” in the most efficient manner. Zenhom himself was a college dropout. He was a business student from Wharton School of Business when he decided to quit and dedicate his time to creating the $100MBA community. His goal is to help people understand how to sell products in the easiest way possible.
BizChix is specially designed for women entrepreneurs. It is hosted by Natalie Eckdahl, a master’s degree holder in business administration and a coach to a lot of high-performing businessmen and women. In this show, she offers training, tips, and advice on how people can grow their businesses by refining and restructuring their strategies and developing their growth-driven mindsets.
If you don’t have time to read the Harvard Business Review, then this podcast bearing the same name is the next best way to invest your time. The HBR Ideacast features discussions and interviews with the world’s leading businessmen and entrepreneurs. The show is hosted by HBR’s senior editors Alison Beard and Curt Nickish. It airs on a weekly basis and talks about the most important issues relating to the business and economy from a worldwide perspective.