Peppy Podcasts for a Winter’s Day

In 2013, I started spending a lot of time walking. Many of you know I got a new puppy in February of last year. As soon as Moose came home, I started spending a solid hour (sometimes more) each day walking him around my neighborhood, getting out all of his infectious puppy energy.

So what does an entrepreneur do with all that walking time? Fall in love with podcasts, of course!

Before I got Moose, I was a very occasional podcast listener. I would grab an episode of This American Life if I missed one, but I wasn’t seriously invested.

But now that I’m logging all this leash time, I’ve figured out how to subscribe to podcast using iTunes and how to search for the best business podcasts online. Now I never take Moose out without a podcaster’s voice in my ear, and I’ve gotten some killer business advice from my favorite shows.

Want to know how to get started with listening to podcasts in iTunes? Check out this excellent FAQ podcast page from Apple to get you started.

If you’d like to know who I’ve got in my ear this winter, here are a few of my absolute favorites:

Do you listen to podcasts? Do you have any favorite business shows that you particularly love (and would recommend?) And when do you listen to podcasts (during a commute, at the gym, or somewhere else)? Tell me your podcast stories in the comments below.

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  1. I’m definitely going to check these out. I love listening to podcasts in the car!

    Some of my favorites right now are Entrepreneur On Fire and Love Your Leap, both are projects of John Lee Dumas. I also like The Solopreneur Hour Podcast.

    For a non-business one, NPR’s Planet Money is very interesting and entertaining, but still a little educational.

    Thanks for sharing this, Beth!

  2. Beth, great post. Thanks for turning me on to a few other podcasts.
    I enjoy The Fizzle Show and appreciate their insight and banter. 🙂

  3. I also like Amy Porterfield. What a great voice she has. Haven’t checked out TED Radio Hour or The Unmistakable Creative yet — but I will!

    School of Greatness with Lewis Howes is my current fave. I also love Fresh Air for great interviews and The Business for info about the business side of showbiz (my area of expertise).

  4. Marisa Ann of Creative Thursday does excellent podcasts about the creative process, making a living from your art, and related subjects:

  5. I don’t usually listen to podcasts, and I know that’s bad.

    I need to start up some of your suggestions.

    Thanks for sharing Beth.

    – Samuel

  6. thanks for sharing these! I listen to a lot of podcasts – and I always like to discover new ones!

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