Imagine what you could learn if you were given 15 spare minutes a day. Perhaps, you could devote time to your favorite sport or a de-stressing activity like yoga. Better yet, you could use that time to devote yourself to the development of yourself and your business.
Here are 10 podcasts that could change the life of your business, from lagging to successful.
How do you become a millionaire through business? This podcast aims to answer just that. Inspiring and moving its listeners to keep moving forward, the Eventual Millionaire provides an assortment of interviews with self-made millionaires. Also given are interviews with other entrepreneurs and discussions on the habits and traits of millionaires. If you want the real scoop on being successful instead of “just” guru talk, this is the podcast for you.
With the motto, dream bigger, live better, make an impact, School of Greatness is one of the most loved podcasts on the Internet. Hosted by professional football player and entrepreneur, Lewis Howe, this down-to-earth podcast is honest with success. Combing touching, personal life stories and business ‘case studies’, this podcast is a must for someone trying to make a good business great.
Aired three times a week, Nice Guys on Business aims to entertain and inform you on business-minded topics, such as tips on customer service, how to grow your business, networking, and how being nice can help you prosper. Equally important, this podcast is also filled with a heavy dose of shenanigans, keeping things light. Also relevant are discussions on self-development and other esoteric topics.
An entrepreneurial blog with no aim but to inspire people facing obstacles, No Quit Living is completely devoted to personal development. It has been featured on Forbes and Inc. Magazine. Its motto is: positivity, persistence, and prosperity. Podcasts usually focus on the one individual being interviewed, and their journey to success. If you’re trying to access the alpha version of yourself, this is the podcast for you.
Want to know what’s happening in the startup scene? A twice-a-week show, This Week In Startups gives the scoop on current startup successes, and rotates through a group of experts to give you the skinny on the “best, worst, and most outrageous,” stories on the web. Host, John Calacanis, is also the author of the book Angel: How to Invest in Technology Startups, and a top scout for Silicon Valley venture capitalist firm, Sequoia Capital. If you’re a startup looking for some practical advice, then you can’t miss this podcast.
Started by a serial entrepreneur, Youprenuer focuses on entrepreneurs who want to build their personal brands. The host, Chris Ducker, is good humored and cheerful. A good podcast for an older audience, it reveals the current shift businesses are facing from traditional attitudes to post-digital trends. If you need a step-by-step guide on blazing your own ‘personal brand’ trail, then this is the place to start. Topics also include how to focus one’s attention, and improve productivity.
This podcast has its founder, Thom Singer, sharing his knowledge and expertise on entrepreneurship with the younger generations. During the podcast, Singer interviews business leaders, entrepreneurs, soloprenuers, and others associated with them. Singer is also the author of 12 books on business, networking, sales, and entrepreneurship. Truly a podcast for the learner inside us, this podcast teaches you how to scale your business and your life.
Entrepreneurs on Fire is an award-winning podcast with almost 2,000 episodes. Hosted seven days a week by John Lee Dumas, this podcast interviews high quality entrepreneurs, such as: Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Gary Vee, Barbara Cocoran, and Tim Ferris. Transparent and kind, Dumas shows both his ups and downs with no details left out. If you want to learn how to do what you love and make money at the same time, then Entrepreneurs on Fire is the podcast for you.
Growing his family wine business from $3M to $60M in sales, Gary Vaynerchuk and his entrepreneurial stories are the stuff of business legend. Now, running a media agency, Gary is getting his ideas out there for all the world to see—from practical life advice to cold hard business truths. If you want to listen to the most ‘current’ entrepreneur on this list then you’ll want to listen to #AskGaryVee—author, speaker, and owner of VaynerMedia. Gary uses a direct, frank style to relate to up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
10. Call to Action
As the name suggests, Call to Action has one aim in mind—to convert sales for your business. Giving you all the nuts and bolts of digital marketing, each Wednesday a new guest comes on this show to talk about how you can update your digital marketing strategies to find the newest trends that work. Also covered are the implementation, strategy, planning, execution, and optimization of marketing strategies.
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