Having spare time is a rarity these days. So, how do busy entrepreneurs stay apprised of the latest business trends and information? Listening to podcasts are one surefire way! Whether you like to tune in while at the gym, during drive time or while traveling, here are 10 of the top-rated podcasts, courtesy of smallbiztrends.com:
Entrepreneurs on Fire
This award-winning podcast is hosted by John Lee Dumas. Dumas interviews inspirational entrepreneurs in order to provide relevant, helpful insight into running a successful enterprise.
The Art of Hustle
Co-produced by WeWork and iHeartRadio, this podcast was founded by Anthem Salgado, a small business coach and marketer who offers rock-solid business advice.
Rise and Grind
Hosted by Shark Tank’s Daymond John, each episode offers interviews of leading business figures on issues related to productivity, power and performance.
Marketing over Coffee
This podcast is recorded each week from (you guessed it!) a coffee shop, and is hosted by Christopher Penn and John Wall. The focus is on marketing for small businesses, providing tips on social media, copywriting, SEO, affiliate marketing and more.
Foundr (and, yes, it’s spelled correctly) was established by Nathan Chan. It is designed to help small business owners and entrepreneurs learn from the greatest minds in business today.
The Business Wars
This podcast offers case studies of big brands and their leaders to help entrepreneurs learn from real-life business scenarios. David Brown, former anchor of Marketplace, is the host.
Hack to Start
This podcast relays the stories of business people and the innovative ways they have achieved success. Co-hosts Franco Varriano and Tyler Copeland grill guests about how they “created, hacked and hustled their way to the top.”
Startups for the Rest of Us
Hosted by web app professional and author Rob Walling and programmer analyst Mike Taber, this podcast helps entrepreneurs, developers and designers improve the way they launch software products.
Hack the Entrepreneur
This is a great podcast to tune into if you are looking to develop your entrepreneurial mindset. Jon Nastor is the host and he explores the struggles, fears and winning habits of small business owners.
This popular podcast looks at what it is really like to start, launch and run a startup based on interviews with real-life entrepreneurs. It is hosted by Alex Blumberg and Lisa Chow.
There you have them—10 of today’s most down- loaded podcasts to help you get fired up, start a new venture or move your existing business forward. Be sure to grab your phone or tablet and subscribe to at least a few so you can enjoy them this summer!