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My 7 Favourite Podcasts to Teach, Inspire + Motivate

7 Awesome Business Podcasts to Teach, Inspire + Motivate

I never used to be into podcasts. Seriously - like, I have enough people talking at me on the daily. BUT I was wholly converted after listening to #3 on this list - unashamedly hooked after two short episodes!! Now I'm a Podcast Junkie. There's such a great resource to pick up tips on EVERYTHING from how cheese is made to why we should understand sales funnels. It's pretty epic stuff no matter what tickles your fancy. I know you, and I know what tickles your I did some digging and had to share with you my favourite podcasts for you on your entrepreneurial journey. Whether you're dreaming up how to leave your 9-5, or you have a full freelancer lifestyle, these awesome podcasts have actionable, valuable info to take you to the next level.

It's time to turn apathy into action gorgeous and redefine your path. Let's do this!

  1. Ace The Gram

    Tash and Viv who created this brand new podcast are marketing experts in the Instagram Field. They have built an incredible community on Facebook that shared insider tips and tricks to boost your engagement, grow your following and ACE THE GRAM. After amassing an incredible following in a few short months, they launched this fantastic podcast that shares interviews with people who are succeeding on social media, and exactly how they're doing it. I was SO lucky and honoured to be their first guest!

  2. Goaldigger

    Jenna Kutcher is one of my favourite entrepreneurs. She shares how much money she makes from her business, awkward personal experiences as a business owner AND shares incredibly (and applicable) insights to improve your own online biz. There-s two episodes a week, with mini-ones released every Friday in 10-minute bites if you're short on time.

  3. Side-Hustle School

    Chris Guillebeau is the New York Times bestselling author of The $100 Startup. This podcast is released daily so you'll never run out of inspo, and in 10 minutes covers everything from monetising your blog to hand-making products with big profit margins. Awesome nuggets of gold for your morning walk/commute.

  4. Online Marketing Made Easy

    Amy Porterfield has a way of delivering very boring marketing technique in super interesting and engaging ways that make the whole minefield east to understand. She does awesome interviews with people at the top of their game and gives specific examples and tricks to perfect your own marketing techniques. With world-class experts, detailed execution plans, and gritty, actionable insights pumping through your earbuds, this podcast has earned its spot as *can’t miss* listening for hundreds of thousands of results-driven entrepreneurs like YOU.

  5. Start-up Creative

    I originally found a Start-Up creative magazine in a small corner-store in Byron Bay one sunny afternoon. It was so inspiring I asked the owner if I could take the copy with me. Packed with helpful info and insider tips for start-ups and dreamers, I couldn't be more stoked when they released this podcast at the start of 2018.

  6. The School of Greatness

    Lewis Howe who runs School of Greatness has had his fair share ob shitty obstacles to overcome - bullied, sexually abused and more, he shows up and teaches people around him how to become great. A true media sensation for empowering people and sharing 'Greatness' across the globe - and totally worth some ear-time.

  7. Building a Story Brand

    This podcasts with Donald Miller compliments the book of the same name. It's an awesome reminder and guide to teach us how to better share our story, not just our brand or products. People don't buy what you do, they buy WHY you do it. This guy will teach you exactly how to put that in action.

Time to plug in in your headphones!





PS: Did I miss one of your faves? Let me know what your fave podcasts are down below?

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Sal is on a mission to prove that healthy and nutritious doesn’t have to be boring – and that even while staying in shape you can have your cake and eat it too. After losing 14kg from adopting a healthier lifestyle, she shares her journey with others on The Fit Foodie Blog. She also works as a commercial food photographer and stylist, is studying a Bachelor of Health Science in Nutrition and Dietetics, and is the author of two cookbooks: Love Move Eat (Bauer Media, 2017) and Meal Prep Plan (Murdoch, 2019).

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