Is it dramatic to say that I couldn’t LIVE without podcasts? I live in Scotland and I feel pretty distant from most other online entrepreneurs. I hear talk about amazing conferences and masterminds in the USA and it is my goal to attend them one day. Podcasts, particularly podcasts for entrepreneurs are my way of staying connected to the online business world from the windy climes of north east Scotland.

For me, they are  non-negotiable! So this week I want to tell you about my favourite podcasts for entrepreneurs. The ones that inspire me on days when I feel alone on this entrepreneurial journey.

My top 3 podcasts for entrepreneurs

Online Marketing made Easy by Amy Porterfield

This is the first business podcast that once I discovered it, I binge listened to it. Amy has a very clear and concise way of explaining topics. Some episodes are solo teaching shows and some are interviews. She brings on some incredible guests and I find I take away something I can implement from every episode even if it is a topic that doesn’t directly relate to my business.

This podcast comes out once a week and I love to listen to this podcast on my walks home from school drop off.

Goal Digger by Jenna Kutcher

I know a podcast is great when I keep on returning for more in a really short space of time. Even more of a clue is when I subscribe to a podcast and there are so many episodes on my listen list that my husband passes comment on the crazy amount of space my podcasts are taking up on my phone. Goal Digger by Jenna Kutcher comes out twice a week so I can’t find enough hours in the day to listen to them all. I listen when I’m doing other things like, walking or doing laundry and I still struggle to keep up with the amount of content Jenna creates.

She also does solo teaching shows and interviews with amazing guests. I love Jenna’s honesty about many aspects of her life and not just her business. After all, at the end of the day – we are all humans before we are entrepreneurs and it’s a great way to feel a connection with her. She is honest about the highs and lows of running your own business.

Mind your Business by James Wedmore

This podcast has been a relatively new discovery for me. I noticed that a lot of the experts that I am drawn to online all have the same mentor. That mentor is James Wedmore. His podcast tends to focus on the mindset of an entrepreneur and the ways that we need to change our perspective if we want to grow as an entrepreneur. I have found in the past that a lot of mindset experts are quite woo woo which does not suit my personality. The way that James explains things sits much better with me and helps me to understand the ways in which I need to shift my own perspective.

James also does solo shows and interviews and his podcast is out at least two times a week.

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