8 of the best business podcasts
There are a lot of podcasts out there and finding the best ones can be difficult. The business genre is 1 of the top 5 listened to in the podcasting industry, making it particularly appealing for business owners and entrepreneurs.
We’ve compiled a list of 8 of our favourite business podcasts that we think you enjoy listening to…
- Diary of a CEO
Steven Bartlett’s Diary of a CEO podcast is at the top of our list. 5 years ago he was broke, living in one of the poorest parts of the country. Now he’s worth over £50 million, and is the youngest Dragon to appear on Dragon’s Den.
In his podcast he discusses the nitty gritty reality of being an entrepreneur. The highs and lows as well as the evolution of him and his business over the years. He’s had a variety of business giants on his podcast, from Karen Brady to Gymshark’s founder Ben Francis.
- This is Money
This podcast focuses specifically on money management. You’ll learn how to be more confident when it comes to your money both in a business setting and in your personal life. And let’s face it, the better you are at managing your personal finances the more likely you are to effectively organise your business’ finances. ‘This is Money’ covers pensions and investments to tax, saving and even making it through a recession. If you want to improve your knowledge and confidence when it comes to money, this podcast is for you.
This podcast, created by Andrew Warner, is a way for entrepreneurs to learn how to overcome the various challenges associated with being an entrepreneur; it’s filled with advice, tips and strategies for tackling some of the most common barriers and issues.
Listeners can learn from a mix of interviews that have so far helped over 15,000 successful listeners and entrepreneurs. Warner has interviewed founders of globally successful companies such as Pixar, LinkedIn, Groupon and Wikipedia in order to provide his audience with powerful insight from some of the biggest names in business.
- The Agents of Change
If you’re a small business owner, this podcast covers all the basics you need; social media, SEO, mobile marketing, driving traffic to your website and converting leads into business.
This podcast acts as a digital resource that helps business owners find their voice and come together to discuss and find the best digital marketing solutions.
The focus is around useful tips and advice for your business, with episodes condensed to only around 30 minutes each.
- The Goal Digger Podcast
The Goal Digger Podcast is Jenna Kutcher’s entrepreneur podcast for those who believe that work doesn’t necessarily have to feel like work. Jenna is a well-known Instagram personality, guru and business coach who helps business owners feel fulfilled while achieving their goals.
The podcast is full of tips, hacks and techniques to optimise your productivity, time and finances. The style of the podcast is casual, with easy-to-understand advice from a friendly host.
- The First Million
‘The First Million’ will be particularly appealing to aspiring entrepreneurs, those who own their own business or are starting their own business. Primarily the hosts brainstorm new business ideas and discuss potential opportunities within different markets. They also discuss other important aspects of business, from finances to managing employees. If you enjoy guest appearances from celebrities and famous business owners, you’ll also find that on ‘The First Million’.
- The Knowledge Project
This podcast again will provide knowledge you can apply to both a business setting and your personal life. Aiming to improve your knowledge on a wide variety of topics including innovation, negotiation, leadership and mindfulness is ‘The Knowledge Project’. Each topic is discussed by an expert in that field who works successfully within it. The overall aim of the podcast is to expand your knowledge in a variety of areas around entrepreneurship, relevant to whatever path you choose for yourself and your business.
- Creative Rebels
This podcast has been bringing together creatives and those working within creative roles since 1980. It started as a print magazine and it’s now across a multitude of platforms. This podcast interviews inspiring creatives rebelling against working a 9-5.
They are now in the top 1% of most popular podcasts from around the globe.