Podcasts are great; you can listen to them while you commute, while you do housework, while you take a walk, while you eat solo, when you’re at home hanging out, or when you’re waiting for someone to meet you.
Podcasts have significantly grown in popularity over the past couple of years and they have proven to be a useful and insightful tool for entrepreneurs. But, with so many podcasts to choose from, many don’t know where to start.
Below are our top 5 podcasts for entrepreneurs.
1) How I Built This
This is the perfect podcast for those seeking some inspiration and motivation. The podcast focuses on founder stories of some of the world’s best-known companies. The podcast is hosted by Guy Raz and it always offers in-depth interviews where founders open up and share insights and details that can be inspiring and useful for entrepreneurs.
2) The Tim Ferriss Show
Tim Ferriss is well-known among entrepreneurs for his research with the 4 Hour Workweek. During the podcast, Ferriss interviews all sorts of individuals: actors, pro sports experts, business people, you get the idea. He typically shares valuable, serious content in an easy to digest manner.
3) The Foundation
Unlike most others, this podcast is not audio-only and is, in fact, driven by video interviews. The podcast focuses on training entrepreneurs on how to build a business; it’s an online program for entrepreneurs where successful entrepreneurs share their experiences and successes.
4) How to Start a Startup
This podcast is a collection of video lectures and it offers firsthand insights and experiences from renowned entrepreneurs and mentors, including people from Y Combinator. The podcast covers topics like how to come up with a business idea, how to attract clients/users, marketing and sales basics, business management, among others.
5) Beyond the To-Do List
This is a great podcast for those seeking to improve their productivity and time management skills. Hosted by Erik Fisher, this podcast is great for those hoping to fine-tune their strategy and become better at what they do.
Other than listening to podcasts, entrepreneurs can greatly benefit from productive workplace environments and networking events.