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Top 5 Podcasts for Entrepreneurs and Event Producers

July 13, 2018

 

 

There are two types of people in this world: those that listen to podcasts, and those that have yet to discover their power. If you’re the latter, what are you waiting for?? There are literally thousands upon thousands of quality podcasts out there, all waiting to be delivered to your ears for the low, low price of…wait for it…absolutely nothing! That’s right, wisdom from some of the world’s top performers can be yours for FREE.

 

Pound for pound, podcasts are one of the best values that exist today for those looking to improve themselves and their business. Not sure where to get started? Below is a list of our Top 5 Podcasts for Entrepreneurs and Businesses:

 

 

The Tony Robbins Podcast

 

One of the most sought-after consultants of all time, Tony Robbins has helped everyone from Bill Clinton to Oprah Winfrey unlock their inner greatness. And while his seminars can be a bit pricey (and lord knows what one-on-one sessions run), his podcast is absolutely free, and packed with stellar business and life advice from Tony himself, as well as a slew of world-class guests.

 

 

Learn more about The Tony Robbins Podcast here.

 

 

 

How I Built This with Guy Raz

 

A relative newcomer to the podcast scene, How I Built This is a fantastic behind-the-scenes look at some of the world’s most innovative companies. Host Guy Raz sits down with the founders of these companies, and lets them tell the tale of taking their business from a mere spark of an idea to a full-blown empire. Along with stellar business and entrepreneurial insights, this podcast provides a very real look at the pressure rookie founders face as they try to launch a business from scratch, and some tips on dealing with this stress.

 

 

Click here to check out How I Built This.

 

 

 

The School of Greatness

 

From college football to the Professional Arena League, Lewis Howes thought his life was playing out exactly as planned. But when a sudden injury ended his pro football career early, Lewis was forced to take action, and create a new path for himself.

 

Cue The School of Greatness. Part business, part motivation, part health and wellness, and part non-denominational faith, Lewis’ podcast features a variety guests and topics, all centered around the idea of improving your life, as well as the lives of those around you.

 

 

Click here to learn more about The School of Greatness.

 

 

 

The Tim Ferriss Show

 

One of the most popular podcasts on iTunes year after year, there is no surprise that The Tim Ferriss Show makes the list here. The poster boy for Silicon Valley startup culture, Tim Ferriss has a passion for “hacking”. Whether it’s hacking your business, your body, or your mind, Tim’s show features well-known guests that provide some incredible insights on how to hack yourself, and do more with less.

 

Episodes can be a little long, so you may find yourself splitting them up between a couple of sessions. But the content is always worthwhile, so be sure to set aside the time each week to listen!

 

 

Click here to check out The Tim Ferriss Show.

 

 

 

Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman

 

As Co-founder of LinkedIn and Investment Partner at Greylock, Reid Hoffman knows more about startups than just about anyone else out there. Follow Reid as he talks with a variety of guests on startup-themed topics ranging from venture capital to leadership to innovation. Be sure to check out the episode with Reed Hastings, Founder of Netflix, for an excellent lesson on building company culture!

 

Learn more about Masters of Scale here.

 

 

 

 

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