Cell phone in hand? ✅
Today’s to-do list ready? ✅
Walking out the door on time? ✅
That’s the rallying cry of an organized business owner. And, no doubt, another daily task on that list – feeding your brain cells. If you’re one of the 68 million Americans listening to podcasts monthly, go ahead and dust that dirt off your shoulder. In simpler terms… go you!
The benefits of educational podcasts are astounding. For instance, the retention rate of auditory learning is 2x higher than reading and 4x higher than attending a lecture. And, communications research shows that “dramatized audio” enhances mental energy just the same.
Well then, let’s give our “inner scholar” a pristine thumbs up!
If you’re looking to rub elbows in your next meeting — or mop the floor with your newfound knowledge — these gems are a clean sweep.
Hosted by Nathan Chan, this passion project interviews some of the greatest minds in business today. If you’ve wondered how to manage the daily grind, or how to nab A-grade talent despite bootstrapped budgets, then make your earbuds happy and tune in. Tony Robbins, Gary Vee, Mark Cuban, and others will help you redefine success as both a business owner and entrepreneur.
Rated as a top 50 business podcast on iTunes, and touted by major media, No Quit Living helps teams and corporations to improve accountability, effectiveness, and efficiency. By interviewing a cross-section of self-made leaders and action takers, the podcast encourages people to never give up on their dreams. That’s a feel-good philosophy we can certainly get behind.
As a woman-owned business, the female perspective is not only thriving but necessary. Like its namesake, Dreams in Drive is narrated by Rana Campbell and features wisdom gained from creatives and lifestyle entrepreneurs. Each episode covers the emotional and spiritual aspects of business including leaving a legacy, embracing resiliency, and how to stop playing small in one’s career.
And, be sure to check out the Dreams in Drive Facebook Community if you’re seeking like-minded support.
Marketing guru, Amy Porterfield, has caught the attention of business Insider, Mashable, and Fast Company. But, name notoriety aside, her step-by-step explanations involving the digital world — social media, list building, webinars – is pure gold. It’s very difficult to operate a business without an online presence these days, don’t you agree? That’s why each episode is bursting with rapid-fire insights and profitable action. The business nuggets are that good.
When you want to get real specific about small business triumphs and failures, Barry Moltz is your wingman. He’s been there, done that, and has been on the chopping block a few times. He explores everything from office floor plans, customer service faux pas, networking do’s and don’ts, entrepreneurial ethos, and rocking out company meetings. He’s a master problem solver and crusader of the unpredictable and we all know business is a crazy, wild ride. That we can be certain of… (wink).
So, in honor of International Podcast Day (September 30th), we hope you feel energized with this cutting-edge knowledge. When we tidy up our minds, life’s messes tend to fall away more easily.
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