My Top Five Business and Entrepreneurship Podcasts
Welcome to week 2 of my favorite podcasts! If you missed last week, here are my top five lettering and creative business podcasts. This week is about my 5 favorite podcasts on entrepreneurship and small businesses. I felt super overwhelmed when I was trying to figure out how to launch a business, and these shows have really helped to guide my strategy. Let’s jump in, shall we?
This might just be my all-time favorite podcast. Jenna Kutcher is relatable, enthusiastic and generous with her knowledge of online businesses. She invites inspiring women on her show, and I’ve found her insights on Instagram and Pinterest to be especially helpful. I’ve really learned a lot from her about what to do and what not to do.
This one is for my Type A entrepreneurs out there! Amy Porterfield often says that her shows are mini training sessions, and boy, does she know how to deliver. Her podcast is so jam-packed with useful information that it’s the only one that I literally take notes on. She helped me build my online marketing strategy.
Talk about a weekly dose of inspiration! Cathy Heller is a singer/songwriter who preaches about doing what you love. She is so nurturing and encouraging to both her guests and her audience, and her positivity just radiates from her. I turn to this one when I’m feeling discouraged.
Time to get practical. Nick Loper offers actionable advice for starting your business. He has a wide range of guests, from people who’ve had huge success to people who have started more recently, which makes it very relatable. Even if the particular company being discussed has nothing to do with what I’m planning, I found his show very useful for little nuggets of wisdom on entrepreneurship.
Okay, so this one is more of a finance podcast than a business show, but I had to throw it in because it’s transformed the way that I think about my money. Paula Pant has a guiding philosophy that you can afford anything, but not everything. How you spend your resources (including both money and time) is reflective of how you prioritize your life, and she encourages you to be more intentional. Her principles can absolutely apply to your small business or side hustle, and I highly recommend this podcast.
What did I miss? Comment below and introduce me to some new shows!