As it turns out, our team is a bit podcast crazy. We listen to them while we commute, exercise, shower, cook, travel, and more. We’ve rounded up the best business podcasts for your listening pleasure!
(Are you new to podcasting? Check out this article from Wired, The Beginner’s Guide to Podcasts.)
Here are the Supportedly team’s picks for best business and marketing podcasts:
My Brother My Brother and Me (MBMBaM)
“Often NSFW, always hilarious, these 3 brothers offer up an ‘advice show for the modern era’ that is absolutely irreverent and makes my sides hurt from laughter.”
“My first listen every morning, Up First covers only highlights of US and world news so I know what I need to follow up on and do more reading and what’s best left alone for the day.”
“This podcast by Basecamp covers various topics related to bettering the way we work and run business with an entertaining Basecamp-esque spin.”
Masters of Scale
“By Reid Hoffman, this came on like gangbusters with its launch. I couldn’t get enough of his interviews with organizational leaders related to how ‘companies grow from zero to a gazillion.’ I’m still an avid listener. Reid and his producers have found ways to discuss the same topic (scaling) in a way that remains fresh.”
Steph’s Honorable Mentions:
Side Hustle School
This is Product Management
Unqualified with Anna Faris
The Adventure Zone
Penn’s Sunday School
Masters of Scale
“As entrepreneur interview shows go, MOS’ secret weapon is that it educates and informs as well as inspires. I learn at least one thing I can apply to my ventures from every episodes.”
Brandlab Series Podcast by AE Marketing Group
“Most info on branding is dated or theoretical, but this show features engaging conversations with the people building some of the best brands around. At under 30 minutes, it neatly provides great insights and inspiration.”
Mike McKearin is the CEO/Founder of We Do Worldwide.
Revisionist History by Malcolm Gladwell
“He is simply the best storyteller, if you ask me. He unpacks the most random stories and holds your attention so well.”
Marketing School by Neil Patel & Eric Siu
“These are fast-paced and very tactical episodes from two digital entrepreneurs who have been around the block when it comes to trying things out. These are loaded with nuggets of useful tips and tricks to try.”
Agency Advantage by Hubstaff
“These episodes are very practical and helpful for anyone running an agency.”
“Very interesting perspectives on design at a high level. More philosophical when it comes to design direction and branding.”
Joe Recomendes is the VP of Marketing Services for Enventys Partners.
Art of the Kickstart
“This podcast is a great resource for any entrepreneur looking to run a crowdfunding campaign. With over 200 interviews from successful project creators and influencers in the crowdfunding space, it’s packed with great tips.”
Which podcasts are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below!