Podcasts have taken the world by storm. Whether it is for education, inspiration, or entertainment, the fact is that over 40 million people tune into their favorite podcasts every week. Podcasts are becoming the increasingly popular way to be informed about the up and coming in the business world. Maybe this form of communication is a way for you to stay informed and continue your education and growth while on your entrepreneurial journey. Being a business owner, your time may be limited and listening to podcasts may be the only way to keep up to date these days. I have found a list of podcasts that all small business owners should subscribe to. There is so much useful information waiting for you and you may be surprised how entertaining they are as well. I hope you enjoy Cathy’s Tuesday Tip! ~Cathy
Entrepreneurs on Fire
Entrepreneurs on Fire is an award-winning podcast that was founded and hosted by John Lee Dumas. John finds the most inspiring entrepreneurs and interviews them. They impart wisdom to aspiring entrepreneurs by telling about their journey of becoming a successful business owner.
The Art of Hustle
Produced by WeWork and iHeartRadio, the Art of Hustle encourages just that… hustle. It was founded by Anthem Salgado, a small business coach, and marketing specialist. His goal is to “untangle your to-do list and clear a pathway for new forward movement.” Each episode has new advice and training on the newest trends in business.
Rise and Grind
Shark Tank investor, Daymond John, hosts Rise and Grind. He is an entrepreneurial giant today and devotes his podcast to encourage “young” entrepreneurs by interviewing top business figures on issues such as productivity, power, and performance.
Horst Courtland Allen is the founder of The Indie Hacker podcast. This podcast includes unscripted conversations with successful online business founders. He picks their brain about how they became successful and how they grew their businesses.
Marketing Over Coffee
Christopher Penn and John Wall host Marketing Over Coffee weekly from a coffee shop. This podcast is designed to help small businesses with marketing tips from social media to SEO.
The greatest minds in business today gather to offer business advice. Nathan Chan hosts the Foundr podcast, the leading business podcast hailed as the “go-to digital resource for the growing ranks of craft, self-made entrepreneurs – at every level of experience.”
Hack to Start
Franco Varriano and Tyler Copeland cohost the Hack to Start podcast. They interview successful entrepreneurs to get insight into how they were able to “hack” their way to the top. The podcast highlights the real stories of how these interesting people hustled their way to success.
Each week, successful business owner and entrepreneur, Andrew Warner, hosts Mixergy. He discusses the process of creating and maintaining successful businesses with other successful business owners.
Startups for the Rest of Us
Startups for the Rest of Us is an extremely useful business podcast that helps entrepreneurs, developers, and designers improve the way they launch software products. This popular podcast is hosted by the experienced web app professional and author, Rob Walling, and programmer analyst, Mike Taber.
Hack the Entrepreneur
Jon Nastor is the host of Hack the Entrepreneur. This podcast is an inspiration to all up and coming entrepreneurs. Jon’s guests explore the struggles, fears, and habits of small business owners to help entrepreneurs find success.
Demand Gen Chat
Each week, Emil Shour, host of Demand Gen Chat, interviews experts in B2B marketing. His guests give tips on generating leads and revenue, SEO, advertising and career growth.
Tamara Ghandour hosts Inside LaunchStreet. Tamara looks at the big picture of starting and running a business by interviews giants in business. Each week, her guests offer insight on starting a business from the ground floor to running a successful business.
The Marketing Companion
The Marketing Companion claims to be the “world’s most entertaining podcast,” hosted by consultant and blogger Mark Schaefer, alongside the pithy research and raconteur Tom Webster. They provide a fun, witty and unique insight into all aspects of marketing.
Startup is described as the number one podcast in the world today. Its hosts Alex Blumberg and Lisa Chow take a look at what it’s really like to start and run a successful start.
If you are looking for inspiration, tips, and advice from some of the top business minds in the world, check out these podcasts. You may gain some valuable information and may be entertained at the same time.
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