We know that our fellow small business owners and entrepreneurs are always looking for ideas, tips, and tricks to help their business. Podcasts can serve as a great source of information and inspiration. So next time you are traveling, working out, or even showering, queue up one of these great podcasts and you may be struck with your next big idea.
Founder and host John Lee Dumas interviews amazing entrepreneurs and shares helpful strategies for your business. New episodes are posted twice a week, on Mondays and Thursdays. Dumas bases the podcast around what he considers to be the most important thing entrepreneurs can do: have one good idea and go all in.
This podcast is hosted by Amy Porterfield and uses interviews, action plans, and behind the scenes looks into some of the biggest launches, to create a podcast that is actionable. After listening, you won’t just feel inspired, you will also have the tools to act on that inspiration and increase your marketing success.
This is a podcast by a mompreneur for mompreneurs that aims to teach women how to manage both their small business and their family without feeling like they are being spread too thin. Recent episodes include topics such as: “Setting Realistic Expectations for Yourself,” “What to Do When a Client Won’t Pay,” and “Does Your Partner Understand Why You Work.”
“The most practical IM podcast on iTunes.” As their tagline claims, this podcast teaches listeners how to grow and monetize blogs and authority sites, creating a business that can be started for as little as $100. The podcast shares useful information about online marketing tactics that are tailored for websites, but can be applied to any business engaged in online marketing.
Zillow Group’s Spencer Rascoff hosts fellow CEOs for discussions about business and leadership. Since Rascoff’s guests view him as a peer, the conversations tend to go deeper and are more honest than other interview style podcasts, making this a must listen.
Social Triggers host, Derek Halpern, teaches today’s entrepreneurs how to become master marketers, persuaders, and salesmen in the overcrowded market. His blend of data driven and content driven marketing has reached over 5,000,000 people and taught them how to apply the same principles to their own businesses.
On this radio show turned podcast, Kelly Scanlon and her guests explain how entrepreneurs are transforming industries and creating new ones. The podcast prides itself on offering practical tools, tips, and advice to help other business owners do the same.
Bonus: Our current favorite fun podcast- Reply All
“‘A podcast about the internet’ that is actually an unfailingly original exploration of modern life and how to survive it.” – The Guardian
The podcast is hosted by PJ Vogt and Alex Goldman and is downloaded about 3.5 million times per month. If you are wondering where to start, Episode #102, Long Distance, is one of our favorites.