The 3 Podcasts That Will Change Your Business
It’s no secret that podcasts have ramped up the way we consume content over the last 10 years. As a pretty (self-proclaimed) efficient multitasker myself, podcasts allow me to keep my brain “on” and learning while knocking items off my to-do list. It’s a win/win!
On my resources page, I’ve been adding everything I love from free downloads to podcasts and today I want to breakdown why these are my top three go-to podcasts.
Jenna Kutcher communicates this podcast as “workshop style,” where she gets deep into the subjects she’s talking about and allows you to walk away with something tangible to do. She shares a lot of blurbs from the podcast on her Instagram account, so it’s easy to know what episode will fit best for where you are in your business and life.
There are several interviews and perspectives added in each week and, like I mentioned before, it’s easy to take notes (mental or physical—I don’t judge) and apply some of the information later down the line in your own life.
When you work for yourself with a small team that all have their own home offices, it’s easy to get lonely. I mean, I talk to my dog more than my friends. This podcast adds something fun to the entrepreneur conversation. It’s easy to smile and feel like you’re in the room with Jessica and Jaclyn (the hosts). They interview female entrepreneurs to help motivate and inspire little bees like you and me!
If you ever needed content to get through the day, this is the podcast to check out. There are so many perspectives, backgrounds and experiences all in one place that it’s almost overwhelming (in the best way possible!)
This is the place to go when you need to get creative—this particular podcast does a great job of verbally creating a visual plan of action. All I’m saying is, I can multitask work and literally see their examples come to live in my brain and it’s pretty awesome.
What are you favorite podcasts? Let me tell you, it’s difficult to pick just three. With apps, websites and content at your fingertips, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with where to start and what host will best fit your personality. Hopefully, these are a good start for you, boo!