Being an entrepreneur means experiencing high highs and low lows. Building your business can feel extremely lonely and isolating, but it doesn’t have to be. There are hundreds of women who have already made the mistakes and are talking about them openly, so you don’t have to fall short.
Here are 10 incredible podcasts that all entrepreneurs can benefit from, no matter what stage of the journey you’re in. I don’t care if it’s cheesy, repeat after me: Knowledge. Is. Power. Go get your bag!
Work Party is creating a movement for a new generation of women who are redefining the meaning of work. Hosted by Jaclyn Johnson, the CEO of Create & Cultivate, topics range from monetizing your passion to pitching your brand to scaling your business. Time to get the career real-talk you’ve been missing.
On The IFundWomen Show, Karen Cahn, Founder & CEO of IFundWomen, coaches one entrepreneur on one problem they are trying to solve in her business. Karen Cahn is a seasoned entrepreneur who has failed multiple times before hitting the jackpot, and her honest, no-BS coaching will have you walking away with a real understanding of what it’s like to be a startup founder.
Side Hustle Pro spotlights bold Black women entrepreneurs who have scaled from side hustle to profitable businesses. Jamaican-born and Bronx-bred, host Nicaila Matthews Okome is a side hustler turned FTE (full-time entrepreneur) who teaches listeners actionable strategies to start small and get going—wherever and whoever you are. Tune in on Wednesdays.
Hosted by Rebecca Minkoff, the iconic fashion designer, Superwomen shares secrets behind some of the most successful women in the world. Rebecca talks to women of all walks of life, from CEOs to artists, to show us what life is like when you take away the glitz and glam. This podcast is for you if you're ready to navigate how to make your inner superwoman shine. Tune in on Tuesdays.
Sisternomics, hosted by Monique Cardine-Kitchens, is a podcast for Black women entrepreneurs who want the most practical mindset, marketing, and business-building tips for reaching their next income level. This podcast is for anyone who wants to do work that they love, save more money, give more money, and create a legacy of wealth for the people and causes dearest to their hearts.
On Dear TwentySomething, Erica Wenger interviews successful women entrepreneurs on how they got to where they are in their careers. We often hear glamorous CEO success stories, but when is the last time you heard a successful woman explain how she navigated rejection, her first job, or her post-college decisions. Tune in every other Tuesday.
This entertaining, insightful, and honest podcast, WHAT A MESS, offers real-life insight from Kalilah Wright, Founder & CEO of Mess In A Bottle, about finding your own message. This show is as real as it gets, with segments about love, life, motherhood, entrepreneurship, and all the MESS in between.
Hosted by Kara Swisher, Silicon Valley’s most feared and well-liked journalist, SWAY is about power and influence; who has it, who has been denied it, who dares to defy it. Kara interviews some of the most influential figures shaping our world, such as Elon Musk, Mark Zuckerberg, Barack Obama, and more. Tune in every Monday and Thursday.
In this hysterical podcast, Small Doses, host Amanda Seales creates space for guests to share their journeys of “making it” in their industry and the consequent side effects that come along with that. Amanda engages in conversations about the side effects of redefining the wine industry, being a congresswoman, and more.
Hosted by tech journalist Kara Swisher and NYU Professor Scott Galloway, Pivot is a great place to get all your tech news in one dose. Tech news is always affecting the entrepreneurial landscape. The co-hosts offer sharp, unfiltered insights into the biggest stories in tech, business, and politics. New episodes every Tuesday and Friday.