5 Business Podcasts Every Student Entrepreneur Should Listen To

January 2, 2019

Being a entrepreneur can be difficult, but with the right tools it is easy to to succeed. One of the tools that is recommended for every student entrepreneur is to listen to podcasts. Podcasts are one of the most informational and detailed ways to help others learn more about a specific subject or topic. If you are student entrepreneur and hope to create your own business one day, these are the 5 business podcasts that you should listen to.

 

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The MFCEO Project Podcast. This podcast was founded and created by Andy Frisella. Andy wants to help future entrepreneurs to not just win at everything but to dominate. It is mostly business and success oriented podcast to help others to succeed in their lives. It is also recommend entrepreneurship podcast so this is essential for student entrepreneurs. Andy goes in depth about being your own CEO and how to work past any struggles and obstacles you encounter. His podcasts are about his life and all of the obstacles he faced so that he can advise others. He uses his experiences to help others succeed and navigate through the ups and downs of building a multimillion-dollar company.

 

Entrepreneurs on Fire.This podcast was founded and created by John Lee Dumas. His podcast is an award-winning podcast where he interviews inspiring entrepreneurs every Monday and Thursday. The goal of this podcast is to deliver the inspiration and strategies to create the life they’ve always dreamed of. Doing these interviews helps other young and inspiring entrepreneurs hear life lessons from other entrepreneurs. This gives those who are facing obstacles to decide what they need to do in order to get back to that path. Listeners get to hear different stories and perspectives from a variety of people so that they can understand there are numerous ways to be an entrepreneur.

 

Earn Your Happy. Earn Your Happy was created by Lori Harder. She is a leading expert in fitness, transformational work, mindfulness, and self-love. She was able to grow two multi-million dollar businesses as a successful entrepreneur and network marketing professional. She created Earn Your Happy so that she can influence others to do the same and let them know that it is possible to create their own business. Her podcast is great for inspiring student entrepreneurs because they are about creating successful habits and mindsets to succeed and thrive in the business world. She uses her own experiences to share stories and influence others to get out of their comfort zone.

 

The School of Greatness. This podcast is one of the top-ranked Business and Self-Development podcasts in Itunes, as it gets downloaded over 2 million times per month. Lewis Howes is the founder and host of the podcast. His podcasts consist of interviews with world-class game changers from entrepreneurship, health, athletics, and relationships to solo founds with the host himself. This interviews are meant to give a perspective to listeners about how they can create their own path and succeed as well. He has interviewed powerhouses like Tony Robbins, Alanis Morissette and Scooter Braun.

 

No Quit Living. This podcast was created by Christopher J. Wirth and he his the founder and president. No Quit Living is rated as a top 50 Business Podcast on iTunes so this. This podcast is specifically about training company employees to focus on accountability, goals, time maximization, networking, leadership, sales, personal development, and mentoring. This podcast is all about sharing experiences, life lessons and obstacles  to motivate and inspire their clients to never give up on their goals.

 

Whether you’re a student entrepreneur or an aspiring entrepreneur, everyone needs tools and tips to help them along their journeys. These podcasts are specifically for entrepreneurs who want to create their own business, be their own CEO or just want to create their own paths in life. Hopefully, these podcasts inspire you to keep moving forward and to use your obstacles as a way to better yourself in the future.

 

My name is Linda Tran. I'm 24 years old from Boston and I'm majoring in Marketing with a concentration in Social Media at the Southern New Hampshire University. A fun fact about me is that I learned coding and HTML at the age of 11.

 

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