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My 5 Favorite Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

You’ve run out of Netflix shows and you’re burned out on video from Zooming all day, here are a few of my favorite podcasts to keep your mind off the world around you help you grow your business and feel better in general.

Everyone Hates Marketing with Louie Grenier

I actually discovered Louie while searching for Seth Godin. Turns out he’s been on this show twice which indicates the quality level. Louie is a no-nonsense guy. He gets right to the point without all the candy coating. His interviews experts in all areas of marketing and makes sure to get their most valuable tips. He uses test cases with his guests to help you really understand what they’re talking about and how you could apply it in your work or business.

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

Everything Amy does is easy to understand. Her podcast is a mix of guests and how-tos and tips. Her advice centers around building an online business. Her personal story is inspiring for any new founder.

The Side Hustle Show

Nick Loper is a true Entrepreneur. He sounds like your good friend with all the business experience in the world helping you with yours. His shows combine expert guests with interesting entrepreneurial journeys in addition to some how-tos and some very practical business advice for small businesses and freelancers.

The Savvy Psychologist: Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Mental Health

Need a tip on “How to Stop Feeling Inadequate” or feeling overwhelmed and need some “simple remedies”? This is the podcast for you. In about 15 minutes you’ll get terrific advice to get you through your toughest moments.

Kwik Brain with Jim Kwik

If you haven’t heard of Jim Kwik, you’ve missed the most interesting human. He’s created a business around making you smarter. An incredibly inspiring story of an entrepreneur who used his own recovery from a brain injury to create a business. In addition to mindset tips and guest experts, you’ll get some real actionable exercises to improve your memory and overall health.

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