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Podcasts to help you run your business, here are 15 chosen by the experts

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There are many ways to learn more about business and to hear what others are doing. Listening to audio is just a way to get that information in a fun format. That is why we asked the following question to the members of the Young Entrepreneurs Council:

"Podcasts are becoming more and more popular, which podcast do you think has the best insight into the management of a business, and why?"

Podcasts for entrepreneurs

Here is what the members of the YEC community had to say:

1. The Top

"Undoubtedly, the podcast of Nathan Latka's" The Top "offers the best commercial prospects, especially if you're in SaaS mode, Nathan asks his guests for punchy questions and asks them to tell their listeners what their revenue is, the number of customers, the churn rate, the average customer value, the monthly marketing expenses and more.This is fast, and gives you incredible information in every episode. "~ Brandon Pindulic, OpGen Media

2. Visibility Vixen

"As an entrepreneur, I'm always looking for practical advice and ideas from successful entrepreneurs." One of the best podcasts (and underestimates) that I'm Love is the podcast "Visibility Vixen", hosted by Michelle Lewis.It interviews top-level founders while providing simple tips on branding and video marketing for entrepreneurs "~ Kristin Marquet, Creative Development Agency, LLC

3. Masters of the scale with Reid Hoffman

On Masters of Scale, "Reid Hoffman interviews such highly successful entrepreneurs as Howard Schultz, Sara Blakely and Sam Altman, among many others, you learn a lot through their travels, whether it be their failures or their successes. One of my favorite episodes on running a business is "The 10 Commandments of Success at Startup with Guest Host Tim Ferriss." I highly recommend it! "~ Adelaida Diaz-Roa, Nomo FOMO

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4. The life of exclusion

"The" Opt-Out Life "podcast is relatively new and has instantly moved to the top of the list, with Nate Broughton and Dana Robinson interviewing business owners who have built $ 1 million worth of businesses while staying lifestyle-oriented, "withdrawal life." This is a great way to learn from successful entrepreneurs who have achieved perfect balance.Stories and tactics offer an incredible perspective. ~ Drew Gurley, Redbird Advisors

5. Startups for the rest of us

"Rob Walling and Mike Taber have published hundreds of episodes for these business owners who are a little more savvy in technology. At this point, just about every topic has been addressed , and the episodes are super-exploitable. "~ Justin McGill, LeadFuze

6. Relaxation Ambition

"Slacking Ambition" is a great motivational podcast that helps me through my desire to procrastinate occasionally, while host, Matt Wells, interviews a variety of people who realize their dreams. "~ Colbey Pfund, Distribution LFNT

7. The show of Tim Ferriss

"The Tim Ferriss Show" covers many interesting topics and it questions experts in the fields of fitness and psychology, as well as business .I particularly like the fact that many guests talk about time management, efficiency and ways to accomplish more.I can usually take some valuable ideas from each broadcast. "~ Shawn Porat, Scorely

8. a16z

"Some of the smartest minds in the room address the most timely or most basic topics for entrepreneurs.This helps them finance the future and that's what they do. they are aware of what awaits them. "~ Brennan White, Cortex

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9. Fire contractors

"This podcast is no longer a series of storytelling narrations told in an interview format.Thanks to this podcast, you are teaching other professionals about the best way to. to operate a business. "~ Chris Quiocho, Offland Media

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10. Twinnovation

"Certainly, the most entertaining and entertaining professional podcast that exists on the market must be" Twinnovation "Although it is not in the mold of a traditional podcast It offers an excellent perspective on creativity and entrepreneurship.The podcast is essentially a fake Shark Tank, but the ideas are generally well thought out and provide an interesting insight into the design practices and consumer mindset. " Zohar Steinberg, symbolic payments

11. B2B Revenue Leadership

"I've had a ton of value on the B2B Revenue Leadership Fair … If you work in a B2B sector or in a business development role, it's about A podcast filled with gold in terms of scaling systems, team building, business development strategies and customer management I highly recommend it. "~ Richard Lorenzen, Fifth Avenue Brands

12. The chiefs in the trenches

"Gene Hammett's podcast, titled" Leaders in the Trenches, "is one of the best for getting useful tips for entrepreneurs, startups, and leadership. He interviews a lot of experts and delves into his own considerable experience with growing companies. I encourage all entrepreneurs to listen to Gene and have their employees do it too. "~ Kalin Kassabov, ProTexting

13. How did I build that

"This is a great NPR podcast." The host queries start-up business owners from a wide range of industries. "The format is very casual and they talk about what it takes to start a business from scratch.Many common business problems come and are discussed.It is extremely interesting and entertaining.If you are a business professional having any interest in business growth and entrepreneurship, then it's a must to listen! "~ Baruch Labunski, Rank Secure

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14. The Twenty Minute VC

"I'm a big fan of" The Twenty Minute VC "with Harry Stebbings In every interview, Harry delves deep into the stories and stories of venture capitalists. </ P> <p> See the world from their point of view. The view is incredibly insightful for founders seeking funds for their projects. "~ Ben Lang, IT Kit

15. Cardone area

"The Cardona Zone: With Grant Cardone" is a good thing Grant shares practical sales techniques that all businessmen need, and his "approach to the brutal facts Does not cover the real challenges of running a business.His delivery is inspiring and motivating, but it's not a researcher who questions other researchers: he is a practitioner and an operator who made it big, then you learn directly from him. "~ Matthew Capala, Alphametic

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