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The Top 10 Entrepreneur Podcasts to Listen to Now

by Kylie Ora Lobell
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Check out our list of The Top 10 Entrepreneur Podcasts to Listen to Now

As an entrepreneur, you work a lot.

In fact, you probably spend 63% more time on the job than the average worker and clock in about 52 hours per week, at least.

While you constantly need to learn new skills and keep up with what’s going on in the entrepreneurial space, you don’t have much downtime.

That’s where podcasts come into play.

By turning on an entrepreneur podcast during your commute, listening to one on your lunch break, or while doing chores at home, you can educate yourself on your industry and figure out how to improve your business.

Do you need inspiration, but don’t know where to start?

Then go and download episodes of these top 10 entrepreneur podcasts today.

1. The Tim Ferriss Show

CreativeLive teacher and author of “The 4-Hour Workweek” Tim Ferris hosts The Tim Ferriss Show. Ferriss’ podcast was one of the best podcasts of 2016 on Apple Podcasts and has garnered more than 200 million downloads. Past guests include Tony Robbins, Jamie Foxx, Rick Rubin and Malcolm Gladwell. Ferriss asks the guests how they got to where they are and what they do on a daily basis to be successful.

For example, he will go into their morning routines, favorite books and exercise habits so listeners can learn how they can “hack” their entrepreneurial lives. Some of the recent titles of the show are “Managing Procrastination, Predicting the Future, and Finding Happiness” with Tim Urban, and “Sir Richard Branson – The Billionaire Maverick of the Virgin Empire.”

2. The Art of Charm

Entrepreneurs Jordan Harbinger, Johnny Dzubak and AJ Harbinger teach The Art of Networking for CreativeLive and host the extremely popular podcast, The Art of Charm.

The show promises to make you more charismatic in social situations, become a super-connector, move ahead in your career and revamp your relationships with confidence. You can learn from the best of the best in various industries while improving your entrepreneurial skills at the same time.

They feature interviews with huge guests like Shaq, Neil deGrasse Tyson and Tony Hawk, and receive 3.8 million downloads a month. There’s a big backlog you can make your way through – they have put out more than 800 episodes – and you can find them in the education section of Apple Podcasts.

Are you busy all the time, but not feeling satisfied with how you spend your days? It doesn’t have be that way. You can integrate professional success with whole-life success. Learn more.

3. StartUp

If you’re just opening your business or you own a startup, then the appropriately titled StartUp podcast, hosted by Alex Blumberg and Lisa Chow, will be right up your alley.

This show profiles a startup each episode and talks about what made them successful (or not). For example, the latest episode is all about Grooveshark and what led to the music provider’s “eventual demise.” Another episode showcases the driverless cars industries and the startups that are rushing to make these vehicles. The podcast comes out a few times per month, and is located in the business section of Apple Podcasts.

4. The Goal Digger Podcast

Entrepreneur Jenna Kutcher, a Wisconsin photographer and educator, hosts The Goal Digger Podcast, a show for all the girl bosses out there. On each episode, she tackles a different topic like social media, how to increase your productivity, how to harness your skills and make your dream job come true and what you should be doing during the off season to stay in business. If you’re a girl boss or a millennial woman with a big dreams and ambitions, make sure you subscribe to The Goal Digger Podcast.

5. Profit. Power. Pursuit.

CreativeLive teacher Tara Gentile hosts Profit. Power. Pursuit., a behind the scenes look at the inner workings of a small business. Entrepreneur Magazine named Profit. Power. Pursuit. as one of the 24 exceptional women-hosted podcasts for entrepreneurs in 2017.

Every episode features a different entrepreneur and the unique business advice he or she has to offer. Recently, Gentile had on Justin Shiels, founder of Curious Tribe, to chat about networking techniques and building communities, and Copy Hackers co-founder Joanna Weibe, who provided insight on the copywriting process. If you want to find Profit. Power. Pursuit., head to the business section of Apple Podcasts.

6. Being Boss

Another female-driven podcast is Being Boss, a podcast for creative entrepreneurs by Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon. The two hosts, who coach small businesses, put out episodes each week. Some of the topics include how to run a seasonal business, what happens when you want to change your business model and how to create a profitable online business. Being Boss is under the business section of Apple Podcasts.

7. Millionaire Interviews

Want to learn from the top entrepreneurs in your industry who have made millions off their ideas? Then tune into Millionaire Interviews, hosted by Austin C. Peek. You can learn about a navy seal who went on “Shark Tank” or how one entrepreneur generated $1 million annually while living in Panama. The podcast focuses on the real estate, tech, service and product industries and all the lessons the entrepreneurs featured learned along the way. Go to Stitcher or Apple Podcasts’ business section to subscribe to Millionaire Interviews.

8. Black Girl Boss Podcast

The Black Girl Boss Podcast promises “a space for REAL talk with REAL bosses to discuss both the challenging and the beautiful journey of entrepreneurship.” Available on Apple Podcasts and SoundCloud, the show is hosted by Tatum Harrison and Milan Mobley, two millennials from Washington, D.C. It is a project of, which empowers black women to be successful in business. The podcast episodes touch on topics like how to build an undeniable brand and dealing with imposters syndrome.

9. So Money

Another gem in the business section of Apple Podcasts is Farnoosh Torabi’s So Money podcast. Named the number one female-hosted podcast by Entrepreneur Magazine, Torabi’s show is all about speaking with inspiring entrepreneurs who have hit it big. She’s had on Tim Ferriss, Tony Robbins, Arianna Huffington and hundreds of other guests that detail their journeys and give valuable advice. Recently, she chatted with Sarah Shaw, an entrepreneur and designer who started six businesses over 20 years that generated many millions of dollars.

10. TEDTalks Business

Who doesn’t love a good TEDTalk? They are some of the most inspiring, entertaining and informative speeches you may ever hear. Tune into the podcast version of TEDTalks with TEDTalks Business, on Apple Podcasts. These short shows feature stories like “How I Learned to Read – and Trade Stocks – in Prison” and “Know Your Worth, and then Ask for It.” They’re perfect for listening to if you’re going on a quick walk around the block or grabbing a latte after the morning rush.

Do you want to learn more about money, life and business topics? Are you ready to dive deep into entrepreneurship? Take a CreativeLive business class today.

Are you busy all the time, but not feeling satisfied with how you spend your days? It doesn’t have be that way. You can integrate professional success with whole-life success. Learn more.

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Kylie Ora Lobell

Kylie Ora Lobell writes for brands, blogs, and print publications. She covers content marketing, digital marketing, and runs Kylie's Tips for Writers, a blog about writing.