Do you need some inspiration to help you grow your business? Do you need some inspiration & new ideas to grow your website? If you do, then the solution is to tune into a business podcast – learn from and be entertained by other entrepreneurs as they share their stories, tips & advice in create a successful business:
Daily chats with inspiring entrepreneurs. Entrepreneur On Fire is a podcast created for you, the Serial Entrepreneur, Side-Preneur, or Small Business Owner. If you are looking for inspiration, motivation, and ACTIONABLE advice during your daily commute, workout, or “me” time, John Lee Dumas delivers 7-days a week.
The $100 MBA Show is a new kind of podcast where you simply get better at business with our daily 10 minute business lessons for the real world. Awarded as an iTunes Best of 2014 podcast, these no fluff, 10-minute episodes are packed with only the pure business building training you want.
A weekly podcast dedicated to intentional leadership. Its goal is to help you live with more passion, work with greater focus, and lead with extraordinary influence.
Mixergy.com “Learn from Proven Entrepreneurs.” In over 1,000 interviews, Andrew Warner asks uncomfortable questions to dig deep into the success and failures of the most successful business founders and thought leaders. The ideas and stories are so powerful that hearing them will change you. If you are an ambitious entrepreneur crafting your next upstart or startup, there is no greater “street smarts” education than Mixergy.
A series about what happens when someone who knows nothing about business starts one. After years of reporting on other people’s businesses, Alex Blumberg decided to start his own. This show follows what happens next – his difficult journey from man to businessman. It’s a classic start-up story, but one that’s recorded in real time. He’s documented disastrous pitches to investors, difficult conversations with his wife, and tense negotiations with his co-founder. The result is an honest, transparent account of something that happens all the time, but that we can rarely listen in on: starting a business.