8 Inspiring Podcasts Every Entrepreneur Should Listen To

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Podcasts are an easy way for busy entrepreneurs to learn something new daily. If you’re looking to acquire some business know-how or get some inspiration and new ideas, podcasts may be the perfect solution for you.

Podcasts make learning simple without disrupting your daily routine. Since tuning in while multitasking is fairly easy to do, it’s no surprise that podcasts have become an incredibly useful tool for entrepreneurs.

If you’re trying to pick up some new business skills, or just need a healthy dose of inspiration, check out these eight podcasts for SMEs and start learning something new today.

  1. Mixergy

Mixergy podcasts are perfect for ambitious small business owners. Shows cover a wide variety of topics with numerous in-depth interviews with thousands of entrepreneurs. The episodes include case studies from new startups, interviews with successful business owners and how tos from many entrepreneurs’ own personal experiences.

Transcripts of all episodes are available, should you want to go back and research a specific subject or topic in more detail.

  1. Eventual Millionaire

Many of the podcasts produced by Eventual Millionaire include case studies about becoming a millionaire. Millionaire entrepreneurs and business experts share their biggest failures and successes. Each episode will teach you how these entrepreneurs made their fortune, the lessons they’ve learned throughout their journey and how they dealt with challenges.

Business experts also talk about what may be holding you or your business back from reaching its full potential. Understanding the importance of marketing, your customers, your goals, taking control of your finances and gaining confidence in your business decisions are all topics discussed to aid you in achieving your financial dreams.

  1. Duct Tape Marketing

If you’re looking for a podcast dedicated to small business marketing, Duct Tape Marketing is one of the best to tune into. The episodes offer valuable advice and guidance when it comes to marketing on a shoestring budget, which can be the case for many startups.

Duct Tape Marketing covers topics including branding, creating content, mobile marketing, improving landing pages and more. The episodes explain how investing in different areas of marketing can generate sales in a way that is easily understandable to those with little knowledge on this subject.

  1. Entrepreneur on Fire

This podcast is led by entrepreneur and EoF founder, John Lee Dumas, who has grown his podcast into a multi-million dollar a year business. Each episode provides in-depth knowledge and focuses on different topics within specific industries. Interviews are conducted with successful small business owners to explore their journey to success.

This inspirational podcast will have you taking notes as you listen intently to business tips provided on topics like marketing, finance and how to increase sales.

  1. So Money

Managing your finances carefully is crucial in order to avoid cash shortfalls or financial struggles. When short-term finance is needed, many startups aren’t always aware of the solutions available to them.

So Money host, Farnoosh Torabi, is an award-winning financial strategist and bestselling author. Her podcast provides financial wisdom on how entrepreneurs can manage their money effectively and what options are available to help them take control of their money.

  1. The Foundation

Not all podcasts are in audio format only. The episodes created by The Foundation also include video interviews!

For those who learn best from visual aids, this podcast is ideal to both watch and listen to. The episodes include techniques and approaches on a variety of topics for entrepreneurs looking to expand and grow their business.

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  1. Beyond the To-Do List

Beyond the To-Do List is dedicated to helping boost business productivity and is a popular podcast among many small business owners.

The episodes include helping business set the right goals and provide expert advice on time management, creativity, managing finances and building relationships, among other important topics on improving an existing business.

  1. The $100 MBA Show

The $100 MBA is a daily podcast that provides actionable small business tips and shares useful information in a very condensed period of time. Perfect for the busy entrepreneur who wants something quick and straight to the point.

Podcast host, Omar Zenhom, provides 10-minute long business lessons, often sharing his own experiences to educate entrepreneurs and small business owners on many aspects of running a business.

With plenty of options to choose from, grab your earphones and start listening to these podcasts to inspire your entrepreneurial dreams today!

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