By Tayelor Kennedy
Guest Post by Editor-in-Chief of TheHauteRebel.com
As a digital entrepreneur, I am usually in the office alone. There are the occasional times when I head to one of the cafes in town, but mostly it’s just Pandora and me. Being a solopreneur works well for me as I spend many hours writing, editing pictures and videos; however, when I need inspiration and solutions, I listen to podcasts. They offer a wealth of information in short chunks.
Here are some of my favorite business podcasts. Go forth and conquer!
1. Women Entrepreneurs Radio™
Coach Deb Bailey is a delight to hear. The Women Entrepreneurs Radio podcast is best listened to with pen and paper because Deb and her guest open-up about all great tools available to help run a wildly successful business. Deb’s guest also shares how to hire a productive staff, as well as stories of failure and achievement. Her podcast is named one of the “25 Career and Business Women Bloggers Worth Reading” by BlogHer and one of the Top 100 Women Entrepreneur Experts to Follow on Twitter.
2. Entrepreneur on Fire
John Lee Dumas’ podcast is one of the best for entrepreneurs looking to elevate from side-hustle to full-time gig. John’s podcast is pure energy offering great “take action now,” advice. The guests range from Seth Godin to Barbara Corcoran, all sharing the difficulties as well as the Ah-ha moment that they have endured to make it to the top. John’s Entrepreneur On Fire podcast won the “Best of iTunes” award, and once you listen, you will agree and add it to your calendar.
3. Brown Ambition hosted by Mandi Woodruff and Tiffany Aliche
This weekly podcast is excellent for mastering business and personal finances. Brown Ambition breakdown everything from how to handle debt issues, business taxes, student loans and what to do with wedding gift money. Mandi Woodruff, executive editor of MagnifyMoney.com and former personal finance reporter for Yahoo Finance, and Tiffany "The Budgetnista" Aliche, an award-winning financial educator and best-selling author of "The One-Week Budget."
4. Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield
Amy is honest and doesn’t do or teach anything that she has not, or will not do in her own business. Amy’s Online Marketing Made Easy podcast is great for picking up nuggets for growing e-mail lists, building a social media following, and how to create content fast.