Starting a business may look cool but in reality, being an entrepreneur is a grueling challenge that many attempt but few truly succeed.
As Linkedin founder turned VC Reid Hoffman says — “Starting a company is like jumping off a cliff and assembling the airplane on the way down.”
For those who are crazy enough to jump off the cliff, we’ve hand-built this list of 60+ podcasts that will help you make you a better entrepreneur and increase your chances of success.
500 Startups is a weekly, interview-style podcast that brings listeners in on discussions with founders, entrepreneurs, and influencers. It’s a pretty standard yet effective format, as most ambitious people will glean something from hearing about the trials and tribulations of those who’ve “made it”. Typical episodes run between 15 and 40 minutes and features people who have bet on themselves on won. New shows are generally released on a bi or tri-monthly schedule.
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Did you know that charm isn’t a science? It’s an art, and the creators of this podcast hope to help you sharpen your hand when it comes to the art of charm. Host Johnny Dzubak wants listeners that are ‘self-motivated people, just like you, [to] come learn from the company’s coaches about to how to master human dynamics, relationships, and become your best self.’ Weekly episodes usually run around an hour and include interviews with (successful) guests from all walks of professional life.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-art-of-charm/id212382281
When the BiggerPockets Business Podcast alludes to “BiggerPockets”, they’re not talking about oversized JNCO jeans — they’re referring to more money in your pockets. Sound like something you might be interested in?
Husband-wife duo J and Carol Scott took the leap from corporate cogs to owning their own business, and they rely on their expertise to give advice and pick the brains of guests with unique perspectives on independent success. They refer to this podcast as a “real-world MBA” administered through weekly, hour-long episodes.
This show is meant to feature those who took the untraditional route to success in entrepreneurship. Host Ruben Harris rocks the microphone for monthly podcasts that typically run around the hour mark.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/breaking-into-startups/id1180897172
John Warrillow is the author of the book Built to Sell, and is non-coincidentally the host of this eponymous podcast. It’s a weekly show with a defined niche: ‘business owners interested in selling a business’. So, if you’re a business owner interested in selling your business in the near or long-term future, you probably won’t find a podcast more up your alley.
Website: https: builttosell.com/
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/built-to-sell-radio/id1018988393
Christy B. Wright is the hostess of Business Boutique, which aims to empower “a growing community of women making money doing what they love”. That casts a pretty wide net in terms of potential guests, but it’s all good so long as you’re into professional women doing their thang. Episodes typically run between 30 minutes and an hour, drop every one-two weeks, and touch on subjects like ‘Take Control of Your Life with the Power of Personal Responsibility’ and ‘How to Be Content in Every Situation’. Sounds nice, right?
Business Wars is a show from one of the biggest names in podcasting, Wondery. Its premise is straightforward: recognize, explain, and dissect the most epic wars in the gigantic world of business. We’re talking Nike vs. Adidas, Netflix vs. HBO, and similar heavyweight matchups that have the potential to define our collective culture. Host David Brown holds the reigns of this frequently published show, with episodes timing in between the ten and 30-minute mark.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-wars/id1335814741
Formerly ‘Legends and Losers’, this podcast has been re-branded as ‘Christopher Lochhead Follow Your Different’. You may have already guessed that the host is Christopher Lochhead, a man whose mission is to bring listeners ‘authentic dialogues of people who embraced what makes them different and excelled’. New shows arrive every one to three days and typically run around an hour long.
Jeremy Ryan Slate is the host of Create Your Own Life, an interview-style podcast with guests ranging from ‘NYT Bestsellers to Super Bowl Champions to Billionaires.’ In other words, people who have conquered their professional goals and have stories and tips to share. Shows run between ten minutes and an hour (typically on the shorter side) and are released every three-to-four days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-create-your-own-life-show/id1059619918
Demand Gen Chat is the podcast for those who want more out of their marketing efforts on the B2B level. Host Emil Shour sits down with marketing professionals from around the globe to find out what strategies are working and, as importantly, which are not. Shows generally run between 25 and 35 minutes with new episodes released twice per month.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/demand-gen-chat/id1437677652
Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders has one massive name attached to it: Stanford University. The podcast is the scion of the Stanford eCorner, the university’s ‘guide to entrepreneurship and innovation’. In the age of Silicon Valley, there is perhaps no greater seal of approval than Stanford U, and this show has it. Guests visit the campus to record episodes that touch on everything from ‘How to Adapt and Flow’ to ‘The Upside of Quitting’ and much in between.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/entrepreneurial-thought-leaders/id80867514
The EntreLeadership combines the two elements of being successful professionally that you may expect: entrepreneurship and leadership. Host Ken Coleman has hosted a veritable murderer’s row of success stories, from Mark Cuban to ‘Linchpin’ author Seth Godin and several other big names. Listeners of this podcast are the subject of Coleman and Co.’s mission, and he wants to help them build stronger teams, find better people, and get bigger profits.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-entreleadership-podcast/id435836905
Entrepreneurs are on Fire, huh? Well, at least it’s a change of pace from the Brazilian rain forest!
In all seriousness, this is a podcast for entrepreneurs with a fire inside, where they can hear lessons and tips from those who are setting their professional space ablaze. Host John Lee Dumas hopes to spark or intensify whatever it is that makes his listeners want to succeed by exposing them to interviews with entrepreneurs who’ve been there and done that. Episodes typically run between thirty minutes and an hour and drop every couple days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/entrepreneurs-on-fire/id564001633
The Entrepreneur Podcast Network is a hub for a family of shows include Enterprise Radio, eCommerce Radio, Enterprise Fit Radio, Green Business Podcast, and eMusician Podcast. Each gives a unique spin on the many forms that entrepreneurship take, and listeners may gravitate towards a show that aligns most with their particular entrepreneurial alleyway.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/enterprise-podcast-network-epn/id351914313
Host Alan Taylor mans the main mic for the weekly business show from the publication of the same name. Plenty of big names stop by to swap stories and discuss the latest trends and news in entrepreneurship. Topics like ‘Why the Attitude is Gratitude’ and ‘Fight is the New Drug’ serve as centerpieces for episodes that, apparently without fail, run 39 minutes long and are released on a weekly schedule.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/entrepreneur-weekly/id1246542322?mt=2
The title Eventual Millionaire indulges our collective hope that, you know, maybe someday…
It’s a podcast hosted by business coach Jaime Masters, an established voice in the space who shares the studio with guests who dish on ‘How to change your beliefs’, ‘The Secret to Abundance’, and other subjects that will boost your odds of professional and personal success. New shows come out weekly and typically last around an hour.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/eventual-millionaire/id414496714
Scott Orn hosts Founders and Friends, an interview-style show with guests that qualify as ‘startup founders, venture capitalists, and advisors’. Orn is a COO himself, so he brings plenty of professional knowledge to each interview. Topics range from ‘Silicon Legal Strategy’ to operating a pro baseball team, ‘the intersection of finance and sales’, and plenty more. Episodes typically last between 15 minutes and an hour, with a new episode published each month.
Nathan Chan hosts the Foundr Magazine Podcast, where he picks the minds of ‘hard to reach entrepreneurs like Mark Cuban, Tim Ferriss, Sophia Amoruso, Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, and Daymond John. That’s not bad company to share the podcast studio with, and listeners have taken note. Shows run around the 45-minute to an hour mark and come out weekly. And remember, this is not your ‘average’ entrepreneurship podcast.
You know the ‘don’t judge a podcast by its title’ saying? Well, you can judge this podcast by its title, at least a little.
Social media expert Ronne Brown does the hosting of this podcast ‘for women to learn, grow, be honest about their shortfalls, and most importantly, play.’ It’s by women, for women, and the show puts a female spin on ages-old issues like ‘The Struggles of Moving Up in Life and Business’ and ‘How Fear Can Lead You to Your Fortune’.
Episodes can run anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour and are released weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/girl-ceo-podcast/id1460169297
Girls just want to have fun, but girlbosses just want to podcast, apparently. Sophia Amoruso is the CEO and founder of digital publication Girlboss, while Neha Gandhi is the editor in chief and COO. They’re also the hostesses of this podcast, which is a platform for women to ‘go deep on what it takes to build a successful career or grow a business with staying power—while living life on their own terms and navigating personal and professional curveballs.’ Episodes run between 45 minutes and an hour and drop weekly.
Entrepreneur Justin Schenk hosts Growth Now Movement, a weekly podcast through which he and guests ‘teach you how to implement things into your life for you to live your dreams.’ Episode headlines include ‘Don’t Be a Dick During the Entrepreneurial Hustle’, ‘Dealing With Trauma to Discover Your Truth’, and ‘The Evolution of Your Heroes’. You’ll spend somewhere between two and 60 minutes digesting an entire episode.
See the entrpreneur. Hear the entrepreneur. Hack the Entrepreneur.
That’s the goal of this podcast, which poses a question to listeners: “Are you ready to build your online business?”
Well, are you? Then check out this show, hosted by Jon Nastor. His ultimate mission is to teach listeners how to grow their audience and their business in one fell swoop. His means of accomplishing this is interviews with guests who have built successful online brands. Shows come out weekly and generally run between 30 minutes and an hour.
HBR = Harvard Business Review. Paying attention now?
One of the most well-respected publications in the world of business and management has slapped their name on this podcast, which is co-hosted by HBR senior editors Alison Beard and Curt Nickisch. The weekly show embraces the interview-heavy format while touching on pressing topics like ‘How African-Americans Advance at Work’, ‘How Robots and AI are Changing Job Training’, and ‘Why You Need Innovation Capital – and How to Get It’. Each episode runs between 20-30 minutes for a highly-digestible listening experience.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hbr-ideacast/id152022135
Guy Raz (solid name) hosts How I Built This, where he interviews guests weekly to find the ‘stories behind some of the world’s best-known companies’. His interviewees include founders and executives from companies like Yelp, Dyson, Shopify, and many more. Episodes
Courtland Allen hosts Indie Hackers, a podcast where he interviews ‘hundreds of developers about how they’ve turned their ideas and side projects into profitable online businesses.’ It’s a veritable roadmap for online business success, packaged into 30-60 minute, tri-daily episodes.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-indie-hackers-podcast/id1206165808
INspired INsider is an examination of INspirational entrepreneurs through one-on-one INterviews and monologues. Dr. Jeremy Weisz plays host to ‘entrepreneurs, authors, and visionary leaders’ who share ‘deeply personal stories and explore the tough journey of Big Challenges or Big Mistakes that the inspirational leaders overcame to achieve success.’ Episodes run between 15 minutes and an hour and change and are released every two-to-five days.
Frank Garza hosts the Lean Startup podcast, a practical resource for business owners, entrepreneurs, and those who aspire to be mentioned in those categories. Show topics include ‘Innovating the Writing Process’, ‘The Importance of Staying Close to Your Customers’, and ‘How to Build a Nonprofit Using the Lean Startup’. Episodes come out two-to-three times per month and typically run between 30 and 60 minutes.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/lean-startup/id734777473
Eric Siu hosts Leveling Up, where he leads a weekly interview series with entrepreneurs, founders, and marketers with something worth saying. Episodes may be as short as 8 minutes and as long as an hour, with practical discussions like ‘How to Set a Marketing Budget’ and ‘Hard Work Isn’t the Key to Success’ serving as launching points for deep conversational dives.
Masters in Business is a podcast/scion of Bloomberg, one of the most respected names in finance, management, and business. Barry Ritholtz hosts episodes in which he ‘looks at the people and ideas that shape markets, investing and business’ with frequent assistance from guests/interviewees. Episodes generally run over an hour and are released weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/masters-in-business/id730188152
A successful business is great, but is it scalable?
That’s just one of the questions Linkedin co-founder Reid Hoffman explores as host of Masters of Scale. He interviews guests about what, exactly, it took to build their companies, sharing his own advice and experiences when the time is right. Expect two to five new episodes per month, with each running somewhere between 30 minutes and an hour and 15.
I mean, who isn’t an “aspiring millionaire”. Lord knows I aspire to have millions of dollars, so I am going to assume I fall within the target audience of Millionaire Mindcast. It’s a show hosted by real estate investor Matt Aitchison ‘that focuses on all things mindset, money, and motivation to help aspiring millionaires from all walks of life increase their income, impact, and influence’.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/millionaire-mindcast/id1109801013
The creators of the Mixergy podcast pose a central question: ‘What do the top startup founders know that you don’t?’.
They hope to answer that question through interviews with said founders in this bi-daily podcast hosted by Andrew Warner. Guests include Barbara Corcoran, Gary Vaynerchuk, Wikipedia’s Jimmy Wales, and many more. Shows generally run around an hour, with more time allotted when the conversation calls for it.
Steven Pesavento is the host of The Investor Mindset Podcast, which takes on the question ‘What does it take to succeed when others fail?’ New episodes of the show are released every three-to-four days, with a new guest serving as interviewee throughout each show. If you’re interesting in topics like how to ‘Kick Limiting Beliefs’ and how to ‘Forget Logic’ to ‘Negotiate a Win in Difficult Situations’, give this show a go within your podcast lineup.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-investor-mindset-podcast/id1459472778
As humans we put a lot of value on ‘not quitting’, and this podcast hopes to echo that sentiment by providing inspirational stories of those who refused to give up. The show’s tagline is ‘Positivity, Persistence, Prosperity’, so you can expect motivational stories from inspirational people. Chris Wirth hosts episodes that run around 30 minutes and come out every few days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/no-quit-living-podcast/id1217274216
Noah Kagan is the eponymous host of Noah Kagan Presents, a podcast through which listeners can ‘learn proven strategies to start and grow a business, improve productivity, and live a happier life.’ Weekly episodes run around an hour long.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/noah-kagan-presents/id1187402810
Problem Solvers is a weekly show from the Entrepreneur family of podcasts. Host Jason Feifer interviews ‘business owners and CEO’s who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side happy, wealthy, and growing’. In other words, this show is living proof that tough times don’t have to last should you choose to be a tough person. If that ain’t inspirational…
Episodes typically run around a half hour long.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/problem-solvers/id1265289056
One of the most recognizable names on this list, FUBU founder and television Shark Daymond John serves as host of Rise and Grind. His ‘Motivational Minute’ segments outline tidbits and hacks from one very successful entreprenenur (John himself), and he also delves into interviews with fellow successful entrepreneurs like John’s co-shark Barabara Corcoran. Episodes can run anywhere from three minutes to an hour and change.
Frank Sinatra did it his way, and how she’s doing it her way. By she, I mean SDIHW hostess Amanda Boleyn and her (generally female) guests. She speaks with said guests about things like ‘How to Gain Organic + Free Visibility’ and ‘Why It Pays to Be Brave’, with the interviewees serving as living testaments to these mantras. New show drop weekly and typically run around an hour.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/she-did-it-her-way/id1451816201
StartUp is an entrepreneurially minded podcast from one of the biggest names in the podcasting game, Gimlet. Host Alex Blumberg is the CEO and co-founder of Gimlet media, making him a logical point man to conduct interviews with other successful CEOs and founders. He also talks to politicians, television hosts, and other professionals from a variety of walks of life, making for a nice mix. Shows come out weekly and generally last around an hour.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/startup-podcast/id913805339
Steli Efti and Hiten Shah host The Startup Chat, two serial entrepreneurs who along with guests provide ‘unfiltered insights and actionable advice straight from the trenches of startup and business life’. Think topics like ‘How to Become Customer Obsessed’, ‘Why Hacks are Not Enough for Growth Anymore’ and ‘Should You Run a Ton of Experiments Early on as a Founder?’. New episodes come out every 3-4 days with runtimes around 15 minutes per show.
Daniel Kunz hosts Startup Stories, an interivew-style podcast aimed at teaching listeners ‘how you can quickly validate your startup idea, find problem-solution- fit and acquire your first customers so you can focus on building something that will drive revenue and profits and ultimately grow to become the business you’ve always dreamed of.’
Rob Walling hosts Startups for the Rest of Us, where he follows ‘the founders of MicroConf as they start, acquire, and grow SaaS companies’. For context, MicroConf is the go-to conference for self-funded software entrepreneurs. Listeners can follow the journeys of MicroConf participants (hopefully) to success. Episodes typically run between 30 minutes to an hour and are released weekly.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/startups-for-the-rest-of-us/id366931951
This is the business-oriented podcast from world-renowned TED Talks. Episodes run on the shorter side (between five and fiteen minutes, usually) and each new episode includes snippets from a successful owner, executive, or professional of another title. New shows arrive on an indeterminate schedule.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ted-talks-business/id470622782
Omar Zehnhom hosts the $100 MBA, a show issuing practical business lessons on the cheap (for free, actually). Listeners are promised ‘the best lessons, concepts, examples and insights from inside The $100 MBA training and community’. This is a multi-awarded daily show that typically runs around 15 minutes per episode.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-%24100-mba-show/id906218859
Anthem Salgado is the man behind Art of Hustle, ‘Where Art Meets Entrepreneurship’. The goal of Art of Hustle is that it ‘provides training and consulting for independent artists, creative entrepreneurs, small businesses and non-profit organizations’. Shows usually run between one and two hours and incorporates a guest interview. New episodes arrive monthly.
Art of the Hustle is a podcast fomr iHeartRadio that’s ‘designed to inspire entrepreneurs and fuel their life’s work’. That’s one hell of a mission, and host Jeff Rosenthal, co-Founder of Summit, is the man tasked with carrying out that mission. He receives assistance from a slew of guests who’ve made their names in the entrepreneurial space, even if they don’t fit the traditional mold of ‘entrepreneur’ (think Hope Solo). Episodes typically run between 25 and 45 minutes and are released every two-three months on average.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/art-of-the-hustle/id1168493502
‘Are you an Entrepreneur, Wantrepreneur, or Small Business Owner?’
You could ask yourself this question before listening to The Entrpreneur Way, but the answer likely won’t impact your decision to listen or not — this podcast is intended for all of the above. The gracious host of The Entrepreneur Way is know as ‘Entrepreneur Way Neil’ (aka Neil Ball), and he uses the show’s roughly hour-long airtime to chat with guests about topics like ‘Are You Ready to Spark Success’ and ‘The Importance of Not Losing Focus’. Bonus: new shows come out every weekday.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-entrepreneur-way/id1080600330
If you’re reading this list, odds are you’ve at least heard of the man known as Gary Vee. He’s full of off-the-wall, no-holds-barred takes on what it takes to succeed, and The Gary Vee Audio Experience is his mouthpiece for sharing those takes with the world, free of charge. Take in episodes with rappers, athletes, hedge fund managers, or somebody else who you think you’ll draw inspiration from. Episodes last anywhere from 15 minutes to an hour-plus, and new shows come out every day, so there’s no shortage of GaryVee monologues and interviews to choose from.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-garyvee-audio-experience/id928159684
She ain’t nothing but a Goal Digger, she ain’t messing with no broke podcasts. Or, something like that, right Kanye?
Host Jenna Kutcher shares the airtime with guests in the pursuit of answers to questions like ‘How do I build my dream job? How do I make money online? Am I ready to leave my 9 to 5? How can I create passive income? How can I grow my Instagram following? And the biggest question of all, can I *really* turn my passion into profits?’
Shows last between 30 minutes and an hour and are released every two-to-five days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-goal-digger-podcast/id1178704872
Bob Sparkins hosts The Lead Generation Podcast, brought to the listeners by lead conversion company Leadpages. The central question: what’s it take to be your own boss, and what does working for yourself look like? Guests who are living answers to these questions sit down with Sparkins to dissect topics like how to ‘Prosper with Clarity’ and how to ‘Get Hyper-Focused’. Typical episodes last between 30 and 45 minutes, with new shows dropping each week.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-lead-generation/id831152218
The MFCEO Project has a large, loyal following and awards lining its lapels. So what’s all the fuss about?
The show is a 15 to 120-minute dive into how successful people do (and don’t) think, how they act, and what you can do to increase your chances of similar success. This means exploring realities like ‘Why Winning Isn’t Enough’ and questions such as ‘Do You Feel Alone?’. Host Andy Frisella steers the freighter that is this bi-to-tri-monthly podcast about ‘entrepreneur basics like money, marketing, and management.’
Listen on iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mfceo-project/id1012570406
The Mike Dillard show is hosted by (you guessed it!) Mike Dillard, a “self-made man” who wants to help others achieve the same status. Each show aims to teach the listeners a new skill or lesson, whether it’s ‘Facebook Advertising Secrets’, ‘How to Conquer Your Greatest Fears’, or ‘The Best Way to Invest in the Cannabis Revolution’. The weekly, interview-style format features guests who truly have something to say about dominating entrepreneurship.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-mike-dillard-podcast/id982006298
There are certainly worse things to be a junkie for than podcasts, right?
Jeff Amerine hosts the Startup Junkies podcast, where he touches on topics like ‘getting started, planning, growing your business, proving your concept, leadership, marketing, and exit strategies’ for starters. Entrepreneurs regularly join the show as guests, waxing about topics like ‘Building Bands and Brands’, ‘Farmland Investing Made Simple’, and ‘Blockchain for Business’. Episodes usually run around an hour long.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-startup-junkies-podcast/id1014096501
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-tim-ferriss-show/id863897795
It’s not often that a self-made millionaire is also the host of a podcast teaching others how to do the same, but that’s the case with The Top, hosted by Nathan Latka. CEOs, startups, and founders are the focus of most shows, with successful guests giving first-person insights on navigating the ladder to the top. Want to know ‘How to Bootstrap to $1M’ in Annual Recurring Revenue? Or ‘How to Raise $500k From Early Channel Partners’? Then this is the daily, 15-to-25-minute podcast for you.
Jason Calacanis hosts This Week in Startups with assistance from a rotating cast of guest experts. Each episode features an interview with a guest whose expertise dictates the direction of the show. Potential listeners should consider whether they are ‘Looking to start your own company? Need strategies for improving your business or motivating your team? Or just want to catch up on what’s happening in Silicon Valley and beyond?’. These hour-long shows drops every two to four days.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/this-week-in-startups-audio/id315114957
Tron Jordheim is the man behind Troncast, a show that covers ‘business, sales, marketing, management, games, human nature, and society.’ New episodes come out once to twice per month, with guests to date including the fastest reader in the world, ‘The Ambassador of Happiness’, and several investment advisors. Each episode may run anywhere between 15 minutes and two hours.
Listen on iTunes: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/troncast-with-tron-jordheim/id1413447769
Hosts Dan and Ian lead The Tropical MBA Podcast, a weekly show that deftly pairs ambition and vacation. The mission is ‘to show you the inside story of the people who are building “micro-multinational” businesses while they travel the world.’ Headlining episodes include ‘5 Approaches to Getting Rich’, ‘Should You Go Remote?’, and ‘What They Don’t Tell You About Entrepreneurship’. Expect to invest 30 minutes to an hour of listening time per episode.
Host Jules Schroeder is the point man for Unconventional Life, a weekly outlet for interviewing professionals who live, well, unconventional lives. It’s worth noting that these guests are also millennials. Each 20-30 minute episode leaves the listener with some new hack, whether it’s ‘How to Crush Sales with Linkedin’ or ‘Three Ways to Cope with Grief So You Can Live Courageously’.
Brian Clark hosts Unemployable, an advice-heavy show for freelancers and entrepreneurs. It’s meant to be an actionable guide for self-employed hustlers to make more money and work smarter. Shows run between ten minutes and over an hour, with topics like ‘The Art of Conversational Copywriting’, ‘How to Scale Your Business Without Sacrificing Freedom’, and ‘Stay Small and Succeed Fully’ giving you an idea of the content in each show. New episodes arrive every two to five days.
A rotating cast of journalists from the Wall Street Journal dish out the most pressing business news in this daily podcast. President Trump, forest fires in Brazil, and the U.S.’s role at the latest G7 Summit headlines the latest episodes of What’s News. Shows come in an easily digestible, 15-or-so-minute format.
Listen on iTunes: wsj.com/podcasts/whats-news