8 Beneficial Podcasts for the Female Entrepreneur
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8 Incredibly Beneficial Podcasts for Female Entrepreneurs, Everywhere
Here at women.com, we love podcasts. Stories about pregnancy and parenthood make us feel like we might be more prepared when the day comes. Or podcasts about self-help, gaining control of life, and leading a healthy lifestyle serves as daily inspiration.
And what's more inspiring than women in business? Learning about all the ways female entrepreneurs start a passion project, maintain a work/life balance, and rise to an absorbent amount of success. So, if you're a college graduate who needs guidance from successful women in various fields take a look. If you're retired and are looking to start a new business or change the course of your daily life, download now. If you're a stay-at-home mom ready to get a side hustle going during nap-time, find those earbuds. This list of podcasts are for every female entrepreneur, big or small.
So, we've rounded up some of our favorite podcasts for female entrepreneurs. They will inspire you, motivate you, and ignite a flame under your butt to get your side hustle, dream, or business off the ground.
1. Brand Ambition Podcast
Valerie Howard hosts Brand Ambition, a podcast dedicated to entrepreneurship with an emphasis on brand and marketing. If you're in a rut, turn to Howard's intelligent and tips to further your business to the next level, all on your own. Insecurities got you down? Tune in to episode 16 for some coaching.
2. Second Life by MyDomaine
We've celebrated the women behind media company, Clique, before... because it's impossible not to. The delightful, Who What Wear cofounder, Hillary Kerr hosts Second Life, a podcast dedicated to some of the most interesting career changes by successful women. So, if you're feeling stuck in your 9 to 5 or your "side hustle" has depleted, pop in some ear buds and get inspired.
3. Work Party
Hosted by Jaclyn Johnson, CEO and founder of Create & Cultivate, a online platform and conference for millennial women. Work Party lends a hand to the entrepreneurial woman who is figuring out how to take her business, brand, or self to the next level. Expect real, hard-hitting, advice on balancing work, life, and everything else that lands on your plate.
4. Superwomen with Rebecca Minkoff
Fashion designer, Rebecca Minkoff interviews CEOs, chefs, entrepreneurs, and other super women who are shaping the world for the better. Superwomen celebrates all the hats that women wear while maintaining careers and goals. Get your gears going with episodes two, when Minkoff interviews Michelle Lee, the editor-in-chief of Allure.
5. Advice to My Younger Me
Sara Holtz champions women, so much so, she created Advice to My Younger Me wherein she helps younger women achieve success. Interviewing successful and independent women guests discuss all aspects of business, from negotiating raises to navigating careers after the #MeToo movement. If you are seeking a mentor, look no further as this podcast will give you sixty plus episodes of advice.
6. Women, Work and Worth
Presented by Mavenly + Co., Women, Work and Worth give the nitty-gritty advice, from setting up an LLC to balancing your finances as a freelance employee, you'll be taking notes as you listen. This podcast is especially helpful for female entrepreneurs who need guidance about balancing life and career with purpose.
If you need an extra push to start whatever it is you want to start, Ladycast will happily help you. Created by Alex Laughlin chats with female entrepreneurs, asking why they started their side projects and how they maintain two (or more!) careers. Delightful and calming, Ladycast deserves your attention.
8. Boss Files
Hosted by journalist, Poppy Harlow Boss Files is a polished podcast that explores the journey of entrepreneurs, global leaders, and groundbreaking businesses. The guests are impressive and Harlow is a superb host which will absolutely light a fire underneath you and get you going, wherever that may be.
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