1. Get Paid to Travel the World – The Tropical MBA, By Dan Andrews
Brought to you by the team behind the Lifestyle Business Podcast — a highly popular podcast commonly featured in the “whats hot” section of iTunes, Tropical Talk Radio strives to show you the inside story of the people who are building “micro-multiational” businesses while they travel the world. Where the Lifestyle Business Podcast is the tips, tricks, and strategies behind lifestyle business success, Tropical Talk Radio strives to bring you entertainment with a purpose, and the real stories behind the entrepreneurs who are working to build businesses that deliver personal freedom, fun, and excitement.
2. Startups For the Rest of Us, By Rob Walling and Mike Taber
Mike Taber and Rob Walling come together to share their insights and experience from the perspective of developers who built their respective companies without Angel or Venture Capital funding. Together, they share the things they’ve learned and are still learning as independent developers.
3. Goal Setting and Achievement, By Anne M. Bachrach
Proven Goal Setting and Goal Achievement Systems for Working Less, Making More Money, and Having a More Balanced and Successful Life. We will discuss topics, ideas, questions, and issues related professional and personal goal setting so you can have a balanced and successful life. On a regular basis, you will learn practical ideas you can immediately apply in all areas of your life so you can achieve your goals in the timeframes you desire.
4. The E-Myth Podcast, by E-Myth Worldwide
5. Wizard of Ads, By Roy H. Williams
Thousands of people are starting their workweeks with smiles of invigoration as they log on to their computers to find their Monday Morning Memo just waiting to be devoured. Straight from the middle-of-the-night keystrokes of the Wizard himself, the MMMemo is an insightful and provocative series of well-crafted thoughts about the life of business and the business of life.
6. The Introvert Entrepreneur, By Beth Buelow
This show is a lively space for conversation, learning and sharing. Through interviews and discussions, we’ll talk about business and life from an introvert perspective, providing resources, advice and inspiration.
7. The HBR Channel, By Harvard Business Review
8. HBR IdeaCast, By Harvard Business Review
The HBR IdeaCast, from the publishers of Harvard Business Review, Harvard Business Press, and hbr.org, features breakthrough ideas and commentary from the leading thinkers in business and management. Looking for video? See our HBR Video IdeaCast. For audio, video, and more, check out the HBR Today iPhone app, now available in the App Store.
9. Seth Godin’s Startup School, By Earwolf
Seth Godin is a thought leader in the marketing and business world. In this rare live recording, hear Seth as he guides thirty entrepreneurs through a workshop exploring how they can build and run their dream business.
10. Knowledge@Wharton Interviews, By Knowledge@Wharton
Knowledge@Wharton is the online research and business analysis journal of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Launched in 1999 to disseminate knowledge from the school and other sources to a global business audience, it is published in English, Spanish, Portuguese and Chinese. The Knowledge@Wharton Network has more than 1,000,000 registered users worldwide.
11. The Invisible Hand: Management, Economics and Strategy for the Thinking Person, By Chris Gondek
If you’re interested in the ideas behind business and strategic thinking, The Invisible Hand, Enhanced Version is the podcast for you. Each week, Chris Gondek brings you the authors and books that have formed our modern ideas of management and strategy.
12. Internet Business Mastery, Get Paid to Live Your Purpose, by By Jeremy Frandsen and Jason Van Orden
Learn how to create an internet based business, unleash a flood of traffic and trigger explosive profits in the new social media age. Internet Business Mastery teaches you how to use Web 2.0 strategies combined with classic internet marketing principles to build passive income streams and brand yourself as an expert (or even an online celebrity). Whether you’re starting a new business or looking to augment your current one, you’ll discover techniques that will boost earnings, increase lead generation and extend your personal/business brand.
13. Get-It-Done Guy’s Quick and Dirty Tips to Work Less and Do More, By QuickAndDirtyTips.com
Want to work smarter, not harder? Here’s how to do it. Join Stever Robbins, author of “Get-It-Done Guy’s 9 Steps to Work Less and Do More”, each week as he provides inventive productivity and organization tips to transform even the most overwhelmed person into an overachiever. Are you buried in email? Stever will tell you how to dig your way out. Is technology holding you captive? Stever will tell you how to evaluate your devices and only use the ones that actually help you get stuff done.
14. Small Business Big Marketing, By Tim Reid
In Australia’s #1 marketing podcast, Tim Reid tracks down small business owners who are crushing it with their marketing. Tim’s ‘fireside chat’ interview style has his guests spilling the beans on how they successfully market their business, what drives them to succeed and why they do what they do. If you own or run a small business or not-for-profit, or have any interest in marketing whatsoever, tune in to this entertaining take on an important business discipline.
15. Stop Procrastinating Now, By Stephan Stavrakis
Learn how your mind,your emotional intensity, and the value you assign to your tasks affect your ability to get things done, and take massive acion. We’ll take you on a journey of controling your thoughts, your mind, your actions, and your emotions. Most stop-procrastinating programs concentrate on how to do tasks, we believe you already know what to do, and how to do it. This podcast focuses on how to take massive action by learning to master your mind and therefore yourself!!
16. Duct Tape Marketing, By John Jantsch
17. Killer Innovations, By Phil McKinney
The purpose of this podcast is to remove the mystery about creativity, innovation, ingenuity and reveal that the creation of ideas is not a trick or gift but instead a skill. A skill that can be learned, a skill that can be practiced and a skill that can be mastered by anyone with any education level. In addition to being the CTO of Hewlett-Packard’s (HP) Personal Systems Group, Phil McKinney is recognized, through his worldwide speaking engagements, blog (www.philmckinney.com) and weekly podcast (www.killerinnovations.com) as a leading authority on innovation and its impact on business, industries, economies and society.
18. The Advanced Selling Podcast – Sales Training and Leadership Coaching, By Bill Caskey – Bryan Neale
Join hosts Bill Caskey and Bryan Neale each week on the Advanced Selling Podcast as they share tips, sales strategies, answers to listener questions, and client and expert interviews in an insightful and often humorous way. Bill and Bryan are part of the Caskey team–a training company specializing in training and developing B2B sales teams. They have worked with successful B2B sales teams, helping them leverage their talent, build their skills and create better outcomes by teaching sales strategy that has been effective for hundreds of companies.
19. Struggling Entrepreneur, By Fred Castaneda
The Struggling Entrepreneur is a free podcast series that deals with the issues, challenges and problems of the individual who wants to be an entrepreneur, but who encounters a somewhat difficult path and appears to be struggling. However, this podcast series also addresses the opportunities that await an inspiring and dedicated individual who wants to be an entrepreneur, along with recommended resources.
20. Social Triggers Insider, By Derek Halpern
Listen here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/social-triggers-insider-marketing/id498311148?mt=2
You can also check the following channels:
– Management & Marketing
– Software How-To Podcasts
– Investing Podcasts
– Podcasting Podcasts