There is no question that being an entrepreneur is extremely difficult. From the long hours to handling investors, and everything in between, starting your own business is not a small task. Thankfully, there are options out there to learn from some of the most successful entrepreneurs for free. With podcasts so readily available, they are a great opportunity to learn from the best. Keep reading to find the perfect entrepreneur podcast! Down, But Not Out This might seem a little biased since Down, But Not Out is hosted by our very own Nick Hollinger, but we think it deserves to be at the top of this list. We all love to hear success stories of how an entrepreneur accomplished greatness.
On the road to greatness, there are a lot of bumps where entrepreneurs make mistakes, or something in their industry changes, leading to hardship. The thing is, we often don’t hear about the bumps (or mountains) that Business Phone List a lot of entrepreneurs face. On Down, But Not Out, we share those stories. The stories of resilience and determination that entrepreneurs have to face in order to fight for their businesses. Here’s an example of what you’ll hear on Down, But Not Out. In the second episode, Nick talks to David Billson about how his company, rTraction, lost a fortune 500 client that made up ~70% of their revenue and how this helped them better serve their clients. Don’t miss out! Listen on.
Spotify or Apple Podcasts How I Built This Guy Raz welcomes a new guest host each week to talk about their journey to becoming some of the world’s most well-known companies. How I Built This discusses how innovators, entrepreneurs, and idealists have gotten to where they are today. A few of Guy’s special guests include Roxanne Quimby of Burt’s Bees and Bobbi Brown of Bobbi Brown Cosmetics. This is one of my favorite entrepreneur podcasts to listen to because of the diversity of his guests! Listen on: Apple Podcasts or Spotify The Pitch The Pitch is a unique podcast that gives you a closer look at entrepreneurs and investors. In this podcast, you’ll hear entrepreneurs pitch their ideas to investors, similar to Shark Tank. You’ll learn how entrepreneurs sell their ideas, what investors are looking for in deals, and how their initial conversations lead to a successful deal. This entrepreneur podcast is interesting to listen to whether you are an entrepreneur or not!