Be a well-rounded business owner today, you not only need to master business and finance, but also other fields such as mental and physical wellbeing, family spirituality, and sustainability. And as we enter the next decade, there seems to be a new weekly podcast that will lead all self-proclaimed prosperous entrepreneurs on these and other matters. Hence, how do you sort through the fluff in finding real, honest, useful advice that will help you on your own path? Here is a list of podcasts worth downloading and watching, both famous names and smaller upcoming series worthy of recognition.

1. How I Built This with Guy Raz

Have you ever watched these huge billion-dollar empires and ask yourself, “But how?” Well, your new best friend is this podcast. His host Guy Raz conducts masterfully personal discussions with all-star creators, reflecting on how everything happened before the money and fame. Raz and his guests are engaged in frequently touching information such as how much money friends and relatives have spent in the early years, disagreements with other entrepreneurs, and how much success they owe to simple luck.

You’ll realize after every episode that these legendary billionaires are just regular, remarkably humble people. Their challenges and difficulties inspire because they are so genuine and connected. However, most interesting is how several of these major businesses began as total failures before they changed direction with some minor but significant changes.

2. The Tim Ferriss Show

Tim Ferriss is a risk capitalistic and best-selling author of such books as Titan’s 4-hour workweek, and his show features creative artists from a variety of industries, based on everyday routines and procedures while attempting to reveal keys to high success.

Tim’s research into and guest is remarkable, and his followers are often cautious about using their crowd-based questions frequently in interviews. Some episodes last an hour, while others last more than three hours. Ferriss and his guests only speak freely when they believe ample substance has been revealed. And they always do.

3. Impact Theory

This podcast drills deep into industrial giants’ philosophies and viewpoints. The heading is self-explaining — what are the theories behind effects, and how can anyone apply them to their lives? How do they take decisive action? Host Tom Bilyeu has the gift of taking his interviewees to a state of flow, and they always make their own findings live on the camera. That is why so many viral self-help videos show studio snippets.

4. The School of Greatness

This podcast is a champion with more than 400 episodes, over 40 million downloads, and celebration guests such as Tony Robbins and Maria Sharapova. Host Lewis Howes endured an end-of – life injury as a college football player, but he became a competitive athletic author of the School of Greatness and The Mask of Masculinity.

His show focuses on the study of grandeur, investigating the minds, cultures, relationships, ideologies, and behaviors that construct it. And above all, how all of that can be applied to your life.

5. University of Adversity?

It’s easy to concentrate on entrepreneurs’ achievements, but what about their challenges, uncertainty, and dark times? Are there still lessons to be learned? And a very warm welcome to University of Adversity. Host Lance Essihos has already attended a rough knocking school and presents some breathtaking tales about the humble origins of his guests. This podcast is for those who conquer their own obstacles and pursue an uplifting group of warriors.

6. The a16z

As a matter of fact, Marc Andreessen and Ben Horowitz are two of the most prominent venture capital names maintaining Silicon Valley celebrity status. They dig into the world of high-risk early-stage investments and the creators. Interviews include startup owners and numerous Andreessen Horowitz partners and analysts, which provide first-hand insight into market trends, future technologies, and big money flow.

7. Everyday Wellness

According to Dalai Lama, man’s health is sacrificed for the sake of profits. He then sacrifices money to restore his fitness.

We, company owners, understand the balance of taking losses for our startup, but health should not be one. How do you spend the heavy hours on your bank accounts and keep your lifestyle healthy? As the title of this podcast indicates, daily Wellness is needed.

Co-host Cynthia Thurlow is recognized on the world stage after a TEDx meeting. Her experience in nutrition and as a nurse shines through every interview. She and her co-host, the physician and writer Kelly Donahue, shed light on important self-care strategies to nourish the mind and the body. The challenge is to provide realistic conceptual resources to resolve tension, anxiety, and concern – areas in which most of us can work.

8. The Wings of Inspired Biz

Another female mentor is a common initiative for women entrepreneurs to share their journey with actionable strategies to succeed. Wings of Inspired Company is an ideal starting point. Host Melinda Wittstock interviews female entrepreneurs, innovators, influencers, and investors, who gave us practical tips and encouragement to help the listeners achieve the “mind, mojo and money” to achieve real, tangible results.

9. BluePlanet GreenPlanet

There is certainly one question on everyone’s mind to reach this new decade: the world. It is a societal issue, and we need to change our lifestyle and industry, but what are the best practices for each organization, and how can we ensure that we play our part? One can be part of BluePlanet GreenPlanet. Host Julian Guderley provides a forum for guests to share theories on a broad spectrum of sustainability, knowledge, spirituality and symbiotic connections. All is related, and this podcast shows you how.

10. As a Motherhustler

Young entrepreneurs appear to take over the world without fear and without risking anything. Yet families come into play with more experienced entrepreneurs. How do you sacrifice the accomplishment of starting up while maintaining a healthy relationship with those you love? The answer: Learn how to be a wife.

Host Kareen Mills is the hustle concept. She raises two boys with her 15-year-old husband, runs the $50 million branch of a banking institution with some side hustles. And, let’s not forget it, the podcast is hosted above it. Each episode provides tips and tricks for family administration that discuss the challenges and secrets of common households.

11. Super Heroes Academy

Not all the heroes wear caps, but they work selflessly to affect locally and internationally. Profits aside, they concentrate on the other ROI: effect ripples. And where will we find these super-humans? Why, of course, the Superhero Academy. Host Marc Angelo enables his guests to talk about productivity, future technologies, science, life hacks, storytelling, and many more in a highly intelligent and fast-paced atmosphere. This show features a broad variety of experts and topics based on a universal theme: optimizing effects.

12. The Authentic Followers

In today’s online business world, it is too easy to cut corners by purchasing followers, forcing friends to send fake feedback and try to trick your way up. But only one person is fooling you: yourself. But how do companies and brands establish an authentic and real audience? The Honest Public Podcast provides insight into the development of your company and marketing campaigns to draw real supporters and loyal customers.

Host Krista Ripma gives thought leaders and entrepreneurs’ radical honesty to share perspectives on ties, marketing, industry, life and spirituality. Each episode recalls the power of telling stories and selling truths. Make yourself true, raw and truthful. Offer it a listen. Give it a listen.

13. Extreme Reform

Often we know something has to change on our path deep down, but when do we even start to find answers on what to do next? Meet host Carla White’s Progressive Change podcast guests. Each interviewee discusses how their lives have changed and how they have reached this stage. These narrative and useful stories help you take the next steps. Take the step, make the step. It is going to change it all.

14. Stand and Fight – Addiction

This can be an escape when our company is in trouble or, paradoxically, when things are just booming, and we’ve more money than we know. Addiction is true, either way. Mental health problems and sleep loss are also common problems. If you face any of these challenges, the stand and fight podcast is available for you.

Host Rob Eastman saw early success, which led to his own addictions and almost his death. But he turned it around and built a space to help successful entrepreneurs explore their own challenges and solve them. Don’t run anymore. It is time to stand and struggle.

15. Dumb Wise Girl

Ever wonder how you influenced your childhood who you are now? Have negative stimuli triggered poor subconscious patterns? What if we can reshape the values that have been promoted at such a young and amazing age? Meet the Wise Miscellaneous Kid.

Host Jackie Minsky is a businessman who works tirelessly to prepare people for their better lives, offering a refreshingly curious self-development approach and spiritual journey. Her guests will learn how to learn from mistakes, take advantage of fears and let your vision grow through discipline.

Move into your wise, higher awareness — one episode at a time.

16. Take the Spring

“A businessman is someone who can leap off the cliff and assemble a plane on the way down.”

It’s the most frightening thing we will ever do in our lives. However, we know why we have to. And if you can’t handle how to take the leap? Ok, at this point, you know what to do…

Try and take the Leap host Tiffany Toombs invites the good and ineffective guests to share significant lessons to help them cope with their own fears, self-sabotage, concerns and worries all of us face. No more waiting. No more waiting. It is time to make the jump.

17. The Kim Barrett Series

So, you started your company and it is time to raise sales. Sadly, you cannot hire a brilliant marketing guru. How do you learn to customize your advertising free of charge online? You need to meet Kim Barrett, well. His eponymous show allows you to generate more secrets, turn them into sales and scales your company. And his guests offer up-to-date details about the new ads and strategies you have to stay ahead.

It’s like your own marketing consulting squad. But skip the same invoices!

18. The Very Smart Woman Show

Women are on the rise and multiple aspiring owners are seeking guidance from women who have walked. Welcome to the show of the intelligent woman. Host Tara Oldridge offers influential women (and men) a powerful space to share strategies for family, relationships, mentorship, company and lifestyle. Make an intelligent move and listen.

19. The Chiro Hustle

How does your chiropractic wellbeing contribute to your company hustle? Really, quite a bit. Jim Chester and Luke Millett are hosts in Chiro Hustle with chiropractors worldwide, like thinkers and business transformers. This show enables you to understand the chiropractic profession through exclusive interviews that penetrate the environment of a natural healer. Tell your Chiro Hustle doctor.

20. How Are You Helping?

Often you need to stop, look around and ask, “How can I help? “This podcast just does that. Host Sean Riley brings leaders who have an influence through kindness, feedback and motivation. It’s necessary to return. Offer it a listen. Offer it the listen.

Consequently, in this new timeline or most importantly, in 2020, these are the principal factors and means concerning managing podcasting that should not be held with levity. They help sustain the running of the show business with efficacy as the needs and wants of the target audience are well achieved, which would then give rooms for many more audiences.

Written by Harvey L. Frierson Jr. Host of The Ike Jackson Report Podcast and Owner of BX Media LLC a commercial HipHop Music, Film and Television intellectual properties company.

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This article originally published on GREY Journal.

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