Top Podcasts Every Entrepreneur Should Listen To In 2019

By March 9, 2019 Entrepreneurs

Whether you are just starting your first business, trying to sell your products, or just looking for inspiration, these are the podcast shows we believe you should tune in to for all the tips you need to grow your business.

We have put together a list of 10 podcasts that we trust to assist you become a better entrepreneur.

Note: We are not raking them thus this is not their particular order


1. The GaryVee Audio Experience

Gary Vaynerchuk is a household name when it comes to the world of investment and business. His live talks, books, and even YouTube videos are listened to, read, and watched by thousands of entrepreneurs every single day.

Instead of having to recur to all these different platforms to understand his message and methods, Gary decided to compile segments of some of his YouTube videos, excerpts of his live shows and interviews, add some exclusive audio records to create the Gary Vee Audio Experience.

This podcast can almost be seen as a collective of some of his top advice on different topics, focusing mainly on business and marketing tips.


2. The Tony Robbins Podcast

Tony Robbins is perhaps the most influential person in the world of motivational speaking and business training. His methods are widely regarded as not only efficient but also easily applied in business. Robbins has decided to take his own “learn to close, not to sell” approach directly to iTunes with his podcast, the Tony Robbins podcast.

On this show, you can learn some of Robbins’ top business, life, and relationship tips, as well as listen to some exclusive excerpts from his books or live seminars. On top of that, Robbins frequently conducts interviews with other influential businessmen and entrepreneurs in order to introduce the listeners to different useful methods. Always charismatic and insightful, Robbins’ podcast is not only an excellent educational tool, it’s also a chance to get to know some his techniques in greater detail.


3. Build To Sell Radio by John Warrillow

John Warrillow, better known as the author of “Build to Sell”, decided to take the tricks and tips given in his book and give them a fresh spin by creating and producing a whole podcast around this topic.

Warrillow stands behind the idea that the most important transaction in your life is the one you make when selling your business. And his show is truly essential when it comes to helping the listeners make the decision on whether to sell or not to sell and, most importantly, the mistakes and roadblocks you may encounter.

Build to Sell is a weekly podcast where you have the chance to listen to a businessperson who has sold their business guide you through the entire process. From the reasoning behind it to the mistakes and victories they have achieved, Build to Sell is a complete guide to the art of selling your company as swiftly and profitably as possible.

On this show, Warrillow also interviews many entrepreneurs  who successfully sold their companies for an attractive multiple. He also shows his listeners the proven ways to increase the valuation of your company as well as how to structure and deal with the earnout period.


4. The Tim Ferriss Show

 Ferriss is a public speaker, entrepreneur, and author whose book “The 4-Hour Workweek” became an instant hit worldwide. His experimental approach to business and success has granted him the nickname “human guinea pig”.

As on-brand as possible, Tim Ferriss’ podcast takes an experimental approach when it comes to business. How? Each week Ferriss focuses on a specific successful person, ranging from entrepreneurs to athletes and celebrities, traces back their steps towards their current success, and thus derives their own tips and tricks which the listener can then apply to their own life.

Always energetic and enthusiastic, Ferriss’ at-ease and curious approach to each topic makes it easy to include this podcast in your daily routine. And with completely different topics featured each week, every episode is as unique and exciting as the one before.


5. Perpetual Traffic Podcast by DigitalMarketer

Every business must be having an online presence in today’s world. But do you know how to effectively get your targeted customers to visit your website or follow you on social media? The Perpetual Traffic Podcast is perhaps the number one podcast to help you take your business to the next level with online advertising.

Hosted by Keith Krance, Ralph Burns from Dominate Web Media, and Molly Pittman from DigitalMarketer. The experienced and knowledgeable trio offer real-life tips on how to advertise your business or company using Facebook, YouTube, Twitter, and LinkedIn.

With the current widespread use of online advertising, the hosts also educate the listeners about paid traffic and how to use it in order to maximize your sales and visibility online. But rather than just relying on their own expertise, which would already be quite insightful, they also conduct interviews with business owners who decided to advertise their business online. From methods and techniques, all the way to the mistakes they made, these guests are willing to share their stories in order to help you and your business grow.


6. StartUp Podcast By Alex Blumberg

Alex Blumberg’s career is definitely an impressive one. This entrepreneur, journalist, businessman, and radio producer has the ideal background both in sales and radio to arm its listeners with powerful and insightful business tips. The StartUp Podcast is, as the name suggests, a complete guide on how to start your business. As a listener, you can find some of the most valuable tips when first starting a company, such as how to name your company and how valuations work, all the way to in-depth discussions about depth and how to conciliate family and career.


 7. Entrepreneur On Fire by John Lee Dumas

John Lee Dumas is an entrepreneur who is most known precisely due to his podcast, Entrepreneur On Fire, which has listed amongst “Best of iTunes”. EOFire is based on interviews with some of the world’s top entrepreneurs, such as Tony Robbins, Gary Vaynerchuk, and more. During these interviews, Dumas allows the guest to share some of their best and worst moments in their careers, and even how they turned a goofy idea into a profitable venture, allowing the listener to learn from somebody else’s business path.

Perhaps the most valuable part of the podcast is the final segment, called “The Lightning Round”, where Dumas always manages to extract an extra piece of valuable advice from the guest. Take out your notepads, and get these tips on paper and ready to apply them to your business!


8. This Week in Startups

This Week in Startups has a very simple goal: to share what’s happening in the world of entrepreneurship. While most news outlets don’t normally cover entrepreneurial ventures, this show focuses solely on the week’s best, worst, and strangest stories from Web Companies.

Jason Calacanis, invites several experts every week in order to discuss and share with the listeners some of the most interesting events and news happening that week. Besides the world of web companies, the panel of experts also shares their own tips and strategies towards becoming a better businessperson.


9. The School of Greatness with Lewis Howes

Lewis Howes has built his own brand based around the concept of “The School of Greatness”. The young entrepreneur, author, and former pro-athlete is quickly becoming one of the business and personal development experts in the world.

On this podcast, Howes focuses not only on his own views and strategies towards success, but he also takes the time to interview other entrepreneurs, celebrities, and athletes who are willing to share with the listeners their own path towards success. Always inspiring, motivational, and highly helpful, you are guaranteed to learn something new every single episode.


10. Jocko Podcast

This show is hosted by Jocko Willink and Echo Charles. Not only will you learn about business management and leadership, but you will also learn about leadership in war, relationships and everyday life from retired Navy SEAL Jocko Willink and his director Echo Charles.

The duo regularly interview cross-disciplinary experts and explore their very best life and business strategies to share with the audience. You will gain fresh and unique perspective on how to deal with stress, negativity, self-discipline, how to be strong and so much more.


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