With the world opening back up and everyone’s calendars quickly filling up, finding the time to catch up on some work-related reading may not be the first thing on your to-do list. That’s why podcasts might be just what you need to keep yourself on the ball in all things business.
No matter where you stand in your entrepreneurial venture, you will find a podcast perfectly tailored to your journey on our top ten list of 2021.
Whether you’re a new grad, in mid-level management, or a CEO, this weekly podcast hosted by the editorial staff of Harvard Business Review is sure to inspire you. It highlights how many major players think and compete on a large scale for those interested in the bigger picture.
Becoming the first podcast to feature interviews with entrepreneurs every day, John Lee Dumas has released over 3,000 episodes. Including guests like Tony Robbins, Seth Godin, Barbara Corcoran, and Tim Ferriss, Entrepreneurs on Fire speaks to a younger generation of self-starters.
This insider’s podcast is where real entrepreneurs pitch to real investors. Taking you behind the scenes into the world of start-ups, The Pitch reveals the process of how to sell ideas, what not to say to investors, and how having conversations could lead to business deals.
Targeted at female entrepreneurs, podcast host Natalie Eckdahl coaches women to own their role as CEOs through leadership growth, mindset mastering, and building an unstoppable team. Eckdahl believes confidence is key for women in business.
If you’re a “get to the point” type of listener, give this no-fluff podcast a listen. Host Omar Zenhom offers practical advice to better your business in the real world—without all of the small talk.
Different from other podcasters, Nathan Chan came into the world of entrepreneurship completely oblivious to it. After leaving his 9-to-5 job, Chan launched the Foundr Magazine and now interviews entrepreneurs like Mark Cuban, Daymond John, and more for his relatable podcast.
Designed for the marginalized, POC businessmen and women, hosts Mandy and Tiffany help listeners unapologetically create wealth through investing, saving and making smarter life decisions as visible minorities.
Michael Hyatt speaks from personal experience on how being the CEO of a $250 million corporation does not mean you’ve won at life. Perfect for those looking for clarity and confidence from an accomplished entrepreneur.
James Wedmore shares his secrets to his seven-figure salary success as an entrepreneur in his weekly episodes. Wedmore debunks the misconception that hustle and hard work are all it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
Journalist Guy Raz dives into personal interviews with the CEOs and/or founders of some of the most thriving companies to learn about their journeys to success. Rather than focusing on tactics and tips, Raz asks top entrepreneurs to recount their stories and experiences.
Brooke Parker | Contributing Writer