Podcasts have become a popular source of entertainment in the last couple of years. From finance to the stock market, entrepreneurs are able to listen to these podcasts and follow along with these subjects as well as learn a few new things in their field. By giving their expertise in entrepreneurship, it allows the entrepreneur to gain new skills, as well as give insight to their experiences and struggles to help make them a better entrepreneur. Here are some podcasts entrepreneurs should be listening to.
If you’re a female entrepreneur, this first podcast is for you. From money expert Tori Dunlap also known as Her First $100k comes the podcast “Financial Feminist.” This podcast is all about the finances of being an entrepreneur as she teaches you about how to make, save, and gain financial freedom. In a business world run by rich men, this podcast will also help the entrepreneurial woman kick the patriarchy within the business world out. By the time you’re done listening, you’ll be on your way to getting your entrepreneurial freedom and be financially confident.
Pennies: Going in Raw
If you’re an entrepreneur interested in all things stock market, then this podcast is for you. From Hugh Henne and Dan Knight comes the podcast “Pennies: Going in Raw.” This informational podcast takes a deep dive into the stock market as they teach you about volume, price targets, penny stocks, accumulation, reverse splits, and much more. Their deep dive into the world of the stock market is done in a fun yet informal way to help entrepreneurs understand the market itself. Once you’re done listening to this podcast, you’ll know more about the stock market than when you first started listening.
We Study Billionaires
Have you ever wanted to learn how the big entrepreneurs got to where they are today? If so, then this podcast is for you. From the Investor’s Podcast Network comes the podcast “We Study Billionaires.” This podcast interviews and studies the entrepreneurs and financial billionaires who made the industry what it is today. With financial tycoons such as Warren Buffet and Howard Marks, they teach you what they have learned throughout their time as entrepreneurs and how you can apply their strategies in the stock market. By the time you’re done listening, you’ll know everything there is to know about creating a successful empire.
Earn Your Leisure
If your entrepreneurial focus is on the entertainment industry then this podcast is for you. From the Black Effect and iHeart Radio comes the podcast “Earn Your Leisure” with hosts Rashad Bilal and Troy Millings. This podcast takes an interesting look into the world of entrepreneurship and pop culture as they give you the behind the scenes financial views in both the entertainment and sports industries. They also highlight back stories of entrepreneurs as well as break down business models and examining the latest trends in business. Described as a college business class mixed with pop culture, this podcast perfectly blends the two together to create an exciting and unique look into the world of business.
As an entrepreneur, you’re bound to go through one bad business scheme in your career. From host Blair Zon comes the podcast “IIlluminaughtii.” This podcast goes through bad business schemes and debunking them. Whether it’s a pyramid scheme or charities stealing money, this podcast digs into the world of business to figure out where our own money and time goes. With anything and everything business related on the table, we are able to figure out what really goes on within certain businesses. Once you’re done listening, you now have a better understanding on the shady dealings of business and how businesses really are with their assets.
Thanks to Spotify, Apple Podcasts, and other places where podcasts are, entrepreneurs are able to follow along with the different aspects of entrepreneurship and how it affects their field. Being able to listen to these podcasts helps entrepreneurs learn more about the world of entrepreneurship. So listen to an entrepreneur podcast today, you might end up finding what truly speaks to you.
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This article originally posted on GREY Journal.