Dave Pascht Shares His Top Podcast Picks for Digital Marketers

Technology has embedded itself as a part of our everyday lives in a variety of great ways. From staying in touch with friends and family to having new knowledge at our fingertips 24/7, technological advancements can often cause us to feel like our options are limitless. It seems like every day we have a new, more advanced way to do something in a more convenient, effective way. One such advancement is in how we learn. While sitting down with a book or even looking up a concept on a computer can be difficult in our fast-paced lives, listening to a podcast has been an innovative tool to gaining new knowledge.

Dave Pascht knows the importance to continue learning throughout your entire career and how difficult that can be when you’re on the go. As one of the leaders in the digital marketing field, he finds it crucial to take every opportunity to learn. Podcasts are great because they allow you to otherwise unproductive time with an opportunity for growth. Whether you’re in the car, in the shower, or on a run, podcasts are a great way for experts to share knowledge to anyone interested in learning from them which is why Dave Pascht is sharing his top podcast picks for digital marketers.

Marketing Scoop

Marketing Scoop Podcast hosted by Laura Morelli takes a deep dive into marketing on a case by case basis. Ever wonder how big companies like Google, Ikea, and Uber have made a name for themselves? Explore how these brands and more grew from the ground up and kept their status through the highs and lows. Marketing Scoop is a great look at the true to life paths of marketing success stories.

The Marketing Companion

The Marketing Companion is an in depth look at digital marketing through the lens of Mark Schaefer and Brooke Sellas. Experienced in both marketing and comedy, the duo making learning how to expand your digital platforms more accessible and enjoyable. No one said that learning had to be dull and The Marketing Companion puts a fun spin on digital marketing!

ProBlogger Podcast

Blogging is one of the original and still widely used digital marketing platforms. ProBlogger Podcast looks at how to increase your brand’s exposure from the ground up, touching upon a variety of vital topics to the budding or established blogger.

CopyBlogger

CopyBlogger hosted by Tim Stoddart and Darrell Vesterfelt brings in rotating guests to give you a variety of viewpoints on how to best run your digital marketing campaign. With a lineup of professionals, you get a fresh take on digital marketing in every episode.

Online Marketing Made Easy

Hosted by Amy Porterfield, Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast goes into how to market your brand whether you’re new or simply looking for more sensical, simplistic ways to expand your brand. Online Marketing Made Easy is a great go-to podcast for anyone looking for the simple answers, fast!

Are you interested in learning more about how to expand your brand via digital marketing? Learn more about Dave Pascht and the 2020 digital marketing trends here.

Douglas James Shares His Favorite Business & Self-Development Podcasts

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No matter what field or sector you work in, consistent growth and personal development is key to success. Bettering yourself as a person, and advancing in your craft, will help you be happier in your life, and more successful in your work for the long run. Especially in the world of business, staying motivated, inspired, and on top of new trends can mean the difference between success and failure. Podcasts are an excellent way to learn, grow, and find inspiration, especially on the go, for the busy entrepreneur. There’s no shortage of helpful podcasts out there, which you can use to your advantage. We spoke with Douglas James, a digital marketing expert with a background in entrepreneurship. He’s sharing some of his favorite business and self-development podcasts, to help get you started.

The Robin Sharma Mastery Sessions

Robin Sharma is best known for his bestseller The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari, which details what he learned after leaving the field of litigation law at the age of 25. In this self-development podcast, Sharma analyzes the world’s top 5% of performers, and dives into what they do that makes them tick.

Kwik Brain Podcasts

The art of learning is a craft in itself. If you want to maximize your brain power, and tap into your true learning potential, Jim Kwik might be able to help. Kwik is an expert in teaching people how to learn, and he’s trained many CEOs and experts around the world in his techniques.

Smart Passive Income

This award-winning podcast is hosted by Pat Flynn, and gives insight on how to increase your profits in an online business. Flynn offers crucial tips for entrepreneurs, like scaling your online venture and increasing profits. This practical advice can be applied to your day-to-day work.

Masters of Scale

Podcast host Reid Hoffman knows a thing or two about founding a business: he co-founded LinkedIn, and he’s a partner at a venture capital firm. Hoffman takes his experience and talks to powerhouse executives at companies like Netflix and Facebook, to analyze how companies grow. You’ll hear the stories of many companies which found success as startups.

The Internet Business Mastery

Hosted by Jeremy Frandsen and Jason Van Orden, the Internet Business Mastery podcast helps people who want to leave their 9-5 routine, in pursuit of entrepreneurship. They help people create “automated online income streams,” by offering practical tips that listeners can utilize in their daily lives with ease.

About Douglas James

Douglas James is an expert in all things digital marketing and has years of experience as an entrepreneur. You can read more about how he’s dedicated to helping entrepreneurs boost their business, and how he’s helped more than 1,500 entrepreneurs find success.

The Audio Drama Show

This new podcast is a showcase for high quality, audio drama – plays, novels, short stories, poems – beyond the output of the relatively few major public service and commercial providers in this area.

It provides independent writers, adapters and directors with an outlet and medium to produce and distribute studio-engineered audio/radio content.  This content is quality-checked and approved before being recorded and edited.

So far, the show’s output has included a series of short stories by Charles Dickens adapted from “The Pickwick Papers” and an ongoing collection of modern stories, short and longer, from a panel of established writers.  

The core production team consists of:

James Newberry: commissioner, adaptor, director, editor, actor, and producer

Nigel Banks: writer, director, editor, and actor

Robbie Burgess: sound/recording engineer and audio effects expert.

This effort is well supported by an ensemble of professional and other talented actors selected by the production team.

Episode List: March to April 2020

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The Story of Tom Smart Charles Dickens

A story of magical transformation.  After a few too many drinks at the inn where he is staying, our hero Tom notices a strange wooden chair in his bedroom.  What follows is a fantastic encounter that changes Tom’s life forever. 

The Strange Client Charles Dickens

George Heyling vows to be revenged on the man responsible for his tragedy – his father-in-law.  What follows is a path of destruction as he systematically – and legally – ruins the man’s life, engineering his death in a final, fatal confrontation. 

The Grave Digger and the Goblin Queen Charles Dickens

Gabriel Grubb is a morose, lonely and drunken grave digger who hates people, particularly during the festive season.  One Christmas Eve, while at work, he encounters a startlingly scary Goblin Queen who terrorises and whisks him away to her underworld lair where Grub is shown the true human values of the season.

The Tale of Jack Martin Charles Dickens

A rollicking, enchanting tale of derring-do: featuring a hero, heroine, and a couple of posh, dastardly villains!   Jack Martin, our hero, is whisked away on a journey involving kidnap, conspiracy, sword play and a beautiful, feisty heroine in peril.  

Ashes to Ashford Parts 1 & 2 Nigel Banks

Ashes to Ashford is a “quest” story…with a difference.  Instead of a heroic Odysseus, Sir Lancelot or Luke Skywalker, we have Jimmy McIver, a feckless Cockney failure living in 21st Century England.  Having made very little of his existence thus far, Jimmy is given one last chance to “make it big” by a now-deceased old school friend and success story, Roger Soul.  

The Second Chance John Nevinson

Ellie is relieved that she fails to post a rancorous letter to her father.  But then, in “Sliding Doors” fashion, the letter is despatched.  Regretting the vicious content immediately, she tries to intercept its arrival – with ironically deadly results. 

Black and White and Red All Over Neil Robinson

Driving home at night, Will is forced to stop after colliding with something in the road – possibly a badger?  Getting out of the car he realises quickly that something is not right.  And then the police arrive… 

The Man in the Window Nigel Banks

A woman watches a man dressing mannequins in a shop window, surrounded by fog.
This leads her to fantasy, a brief connection, illness, and finally….sorrow.

Pipeline List

Father’s Day Susan Cartwright

Whodunnit Neil Robinson

Blue Belladonna Nigel Banks

Mrs Lirriper’s Lodgings Charles Dickens

A Christmas Carol Charles Dickens

Great American Poetry Various

Jacques Poujade Shares Top Real Estate Podcasts That Deliver Massive Value

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No matter what industry you’re in, deepening your understanding and honing your skills can be a lifelong journey. When it comes to real estate, most of us are involved in this world in some shape or form. Whether you’re renting an apartment, owning a home, or investing in properties, the world of real estate impacts us in many ways. And it can be a complex and intimidating world to navigate. Jacques Poujade is a Managing Partner at LendPlus and has decades of experience in financial services. Poujade is sharing top real estate podcasts that deliver massive value.

Real Estate Coaching Radio

Real estate coaches Tim & Julie Harris dive into all things real estate with their podcast, which is designed to get you to take action. They interview industry professionals, give coaching advice, and keep you up-to-speed on industry news. They’re known for offering specific and detailed plans to take action, to help you get things done. 

The Kevin and Fred Show

Kevin and Fred are two real estate professionals who give expert advice in digestible, understandable, and entertaining podcasts. They’re skillful at breaking down complex topics and are also known for bringing in other industry experts to share their insights. This podcast is especially useful if you’re in real estate investing, but everyone has something to learn from Kevin and Fred.

Bigger Pockets Podcast 

This weekly podcast by Brandon Turner and David Greene also is focused on real estate investing. These two are powerhouses when it comes to finding niche investors from all walks of life, and they interview inspiring investors from a variety of backgrounds and experience levels. If you’re at all interested in earning income from real estate investing, Bigger Pockets Podcast will definitely give you some value.

Caravan Confessions

Eric Simon, also known as The Broke Agent, brings levity to real estate with this funny podcast. He regales his audience with entertaining stories and jokes about his real estate clients, leads, and experiences selling properties. This podcast will have you looking at real estate deals with different eyes.

Agent Caffeine

Agent Caffeine is hosted by Kelly Mitchell, who is an entrepreneur and powerhouse across several industries. She has decades of experience in real estate, and shares interviews and insider tips in her podcast. Mitchell touches on everything involved in the industry including advertising, marketing, strategy, and sales. She’s known for bringing in other experts and sharing useful information on key practices and thought leadership.

More from Jacques Poujade

Jacques Poujade is an industry expert with 30 years of experience in financial services. He recently spoke to Yahoo! Finance about buying and selling during uncertain financial times. To learn more about Jacques, head over to his Facebook or Instagram.  

Gain Valuable Travel Insights with Podcasts

Before we explore how podcasts can assist you with travelling issues, let’s quickly define what a podcast actually is. The term ‘podcast’ refers to an audio recording, which might be in various digital formats, which is in some ways similar to an audio book, although podcasts are a different way to ingest information, like articles and blogs, only in audio form.

How to Listen to a Podcast?

You can listen to a podcast from your smartphone, tablet, laptop or PC, and if you are streaming the podcast, you will need an Internet connection, although you can download the file and listen while offline. Using Bluetooth technology, you can potter about the garden while listening to a traveller’s experiences on the Trans-Siberian Railway, or even enjoy Stephen Fry narrating an exciting novel, and there are podcasts on many exciting aspects of life, such as:

  • Travel experiences
  • Audio books
  • Yoga instruction
  • Buddhist teachings
  • Current news and debates

Some people prefer listening to reading, and podcasts are a convenient way to learn about many things.

Real Life Travelling Experiences

If, for example, you were planning to stay at a Samui beach resort, you can listen to the experiences of other travellers, which will really prepare you for your own experience. Podcasts can easily be found with a Google search, as many websites are dedicated to giving out information in audio format, allowing you to listen at your convenience.

Hotel & Resort Reviews

You can listen to travellers’ opinions on places they have stayed, which gives you an invaluable insight into the amenities and the service, and this kind of information will help you to make the right choices when booking holiday accommodation. If, for example, some reviews mentioned a general lack of interest by the staff, this would likely result in choosing an alternative venue, while a few 5 star reviews would also help you to make your mind up.

Making a Contribution

Aside from listening to other travellers’ opinions, you can record your experiences in MP3 format and upload it to a podcast website, giving other people the benefit of your experiences, and with millions of travellers doing the same thing, up to date information is readily available to all who know where to find it. Some travellers have a large following and they can actually make money if their content is widely downloaded or streamed, and if you are a serious traveller, there’s no reason why you can’t do the same thing.

Costs

Many podcasts are free, while some cost around one dollar and iTunes streams podcasts, so you will not have to fork out lots of cash to listen to content, and with the help of Google, you can find podcasts on any topic. If you are planning a long camping trip in Alaska, for instance, there are podcasts compiled by seasoned veterans who spend most of their time in the wilderness, offering sound advice on every aspect of adventure travel in this huge expansion of wilderness.

Podcasts are a great way to learn about travel in any specific location and you can listen at your leisure and pause at any time, until you are ready to carry on with the narrative.

Sustainability Explored

Podcast host: Anna Chashchyna

Rss: https://anchor.fm/s/9105960/podcast/rss

Description: Sustainability Explored is a podcast on sustainability and innovations in business and economy, a place to learn more about sustainability across industries.Every week I invite professionals working on the implementation of innovative sustainable solutions for the future – to explore circularity and resilience, corporate social responsibility, leadership and culture, impact investment, climate crisis actions and so on, and give some guidance on how to actually implement sustainability in business.

Resort Save Shares: 5 Travel Podcasts You Should Check Out In 2020

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Most of us put a lot of time and energy into our work and careers and know just how refreshing and enjoyable a good vacation can be. Planning your next travel adventure can be exciting but can also be time consuming. Resort Save, a travel company which offers vacation packages to top tourist destinations, has been helping families and travelers plan their vacations with ease for more than 20 years. To help inspire your next travel plans, Resort Save is sharing 5 travel podcasts you should check out in 2020. These are great to listen to if you love to daydream about your next trip, or you’re looking for new ideas of where you want to head next. Plus, you can listen to podcasts at any time, like when you’re commuting to work, or cleaning up around the house.

Two family travel bloggers teamed up for this family-friendly travel podcast. Each week, Tamara Gruber and Kimberly Tate interview travel experts to get tons of information on family-friendly vacation destinations. Their travel tips will definitely help inspire your next adventure, and their practical advice can help encourage you to take that trip you’ve been dreaming about.

This podcast is great for those who want to travel but are mindful of their budgets. Jackie Nourse hosts this podcast, and she gives her listeners destination inspiration, as well as useful tips to help people financially reach their travel goals. Each episode features a different guest, who shares about their traveling experiences.

If you can’t decide your next destination, this podcast may be the one for you. Every week, the Amateur Traveler talks about a different destination. Not only that, but he offers an entire one-week itinerary, including sightseeing tips, activities, and food recommendations. The Amateur Traveler interviews people from each destination, to get real insight into the location.

This podcast is hosted by a woman known as “Jet Set Lisette,” an award-winning travel expert. She interviews inspiring women who are traveling all over the world, in very creative ways. In one episode, she even talks to a woman who, along with her husband, sold everything to travel the world with their two little kids.

Jason Moore has been traveling the world for 15 years and shares his tips and tricks in his weekly podcast. He also interviews fellow travelers from all over the world who have done incredible things, like walking across America. He also includes handy tips, like how to manage your finances and budget on the road, how to find work while traveling, and safety tips you should be aware of.

About Resort Save

Resort Save helps make planning your next trip fun, easy, and affordable. They offer packages for many different destinations, both in the United States and internationally. If you’re looking for some ideas, here are 5 awesome travel destinations Resort Save proudly offers.

Resort Save is dedicated to helping families have fun vacations, and even offer a 100% satisfaction guarantee. For the latest deals and updates from Resort Save, follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn

How Your Podcast Can be an Engaging Research Tool

There’s quite a lot to be said for the informal tone of a podcast. The oft-conversational format resonates with most listeners and is easily consumed (without being too much of a burden on one’s schedule). Naturally, the format’s exploded in popularity—it’s not quite as casual or tune-out-able as music, not quite as attention-demanding as documentaries or similar visual mediums, but ultimately can still be an engaging and information-rich experience. Given the format, there are some interesting opportunities for secondary content generation in the wake of a podcast, such as white papers or various reports.

One example of this in practice is the comprehensive guide to B2B brand strategy recently published by Drew Neisser, CEO & Founder of Renegade, a NY-based marketing agency. The podcast in question—Renegade Thinkers Unite (RTU)—has been a project of Drew’s for a few years and, given the weekly release schedule, has resulted in a few hundred chief marketing officer interviews. Now, the biggest mistake one could make when sitting on a treasure trove of CMO wisdom such as that would be to just let it idle in cyberspace. That said, a core goal of the podcast is to help inform Renegade’s modus operandi—as such, with a little help from a few tools, something relatively informal can be distilled into research usually tied to more academic studies—highlighting that the conversational approach to understanding marketing belies how valuable the conversations of a podcast can be. To understand the process of podcast distillation, we’ll first take a look at the basics of setting up a podcast, successfully rolling it out each week, promoting it, and then converting it into actionable research.

Before breaking down at the “how” let’s take a closer look at the “why.” Recently, Drew & Renegade published the ’12 Steps to an Effective Brand Strategy in 2020’ special report. Though supplemented with a CMO survey, the RTU podcast was foundational in crafting this. The easiest way to get a sense of how a podcast can be broken down into vital information is through the RTU example. After spending time collecting information from the podcast, and organizing it (a vastly underrated step), Drew found that guests’ successes highlighted a few categories of productive behavior for marketers—this would be the basis of the report. For example, section 3 of the behemoth report focuses on purpose-driven marketing, and why it is absolutely crucial in the modern business era. Specifically, Drew cites the phenomenal example of Bank of the West’s purpose-driven marketing that was extremely risky, potentially financially draining, but ultimately wonderfully successful. That particular example, which serves as a thematic lynchpin for the section, was uncovered in a discussion with Ben Stuart, CMO, in an interview that predated the report by roughly a year. However, there was quite a bit more that went into forming this section than the sole, quoted episode. Drew’s fascination and commitment to brand purpose, while longstanding, picked up considerably in a separate podcast interview that occurred before Ben Stuart’s, with Leela Srinivasan of SurveyMonkey. Later on, Drew built on those first two discussions by exploring how purpose-built up a massively successful tech company through creating customer communities in a later interview with Tim Yeaton of Red Hat.

The point here is, a distillation of these interviews helps identify patterns, that can be factored in into later discussions, and can ultimately create multiple interviews that all provide relevant perspectives which can be plotted out to form a pretty amazing case (and how-to guide) for implementing purpose to boost your brand’s marketing efforts. If you’d like to get a better sense of how exactly it manifested, it’s worth taking a quick look at the linked episodes, and then taking a look at the fingerprint they left on the report—all the content is ungated as well. Now, let’s take a look at an overview for how the podcast is made, and how the information is organized.

First, the basics: a microphone (or two) for in-person interviews. A lavalier microphone that can be attached to a shirt collar can be quite helpful and can be found relatively inexpensively online. However, in-person interviews, especially when the guests are often busy, can be difficult to schedule. A simple solution is to employ an online conferencing software. A video chat service can be a huge boon when navigating stuffed schedules and can still create a face-to-face environment conducive to casual, candid conversations—which is crucial. Furthermore, most platforms allow for audio recording, making it easy to come away with clear, editable audio, even if you both aren’t in the same room mic’d up. For Renegade Thinkers Unite, Drew leans on zoom.us, which offers competitive video conferencing, clear audio quality, and cloud storage for recordings. Once you’ve got raw audio, some basic software (such as Garageband) will more than suffice for cutting out any extraneous bits of the interview. Once episodes have been edited, you can create basic graphics—Drew recommends creating an easily tweakable photoshop template where guest pictures and key episode information can be subbed in each week. Check out the visuals on their episodes here for reference. Then, following that, select a podcast syndication platform that can publish your mp3 to major channels each week. RTU uses Libsyn, and publishes to just about every major podcast platform.

Following the basic production of your interview itself, you’ll want to create transcripts. For Renegade Thinkers Unite, the audio from each episode is uploaded to Sonix, AI-driven software that creates rough, readable transcripts. Though somewhat tedious, the editing down of these transcripts is crucial, as it gives you a written, easily referenceable and searchable record of information. Each week, RTU cleans and edits podcast transcripts, then condensed them down to inform key takeaways. The distillation process reveals crucial thoughts and opinions from marketers, that can then be considered in the context of other interviews. This helps identify correlational trends in marketing that can be the basis of substantive research—this is really where the gold flakes start revealing themselves in the panning process. Another pro-tip: Drew’s portions of the transcript get edited down significantly and are rewritten to highlight the key question (and key topics) being discussed—this helps improve how quickly different answers from different podcasts can be connected (especially once you’ve accrued somewhere far north of 300 interviews, like Drew!).

Over time, you’ll develop a catalog of searchable interviews that will certainly contain a wealth of information waiting to be mapped out and organized. That is, provided you stick one overarching theme (such as marketing). Interviewing one guest about the subtleties of medieval political structures and another about the mechanics of Larry Bird’s jump shot, while certainly interesting, won’t do much to reveal any larger patterns about basketball or political systems. A data set needs multiple data points, after all. Now, you’ve got the basic skeleton of how to create and publish a podcast, and then how to organize it so you and your team can sort through and start pulling crucial business insights from engaging conversations. Now you’ve just got to select your subject and start messaging guests you’d like to interview.

Drew is notably reachable and eager to share his wisdom on marketing and podcasting—should you find yourself with any other questions about the podcasting process, or B2B marketing, you can find him on LinkedIn here.

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How to Launch a New Podcast in 15 Minutes

Podcasts are one of the most popular forms of content these days and there are new podcasts being launched daily. Have you thought about possibly starting your own podcast but weren’t sure how to start or you felt that you don’t have the startup capital needed to get a new podcast launched?

Well, it’s very easy and you can do it with no out of pocket money. You read that correct. You can start a podcast for $0. Here is how you can start your very own podcast for free and in less than 15 minutes.

Setup an Anchor Account

There are so many different podcast platforms and most will charge you a small fee to use their system to host your audio files. Anchor.fm is a platform that will not only host all of your podcast files for free, but they will also distribute it to all of the other platforms like Apple and Spotify.

It’s free to setup and they also have a great mobile app that allows you to record episodes right from your phone. This means you can start without any additional equipment.

Create Podcast Artwork

You will need to create a nice cover for your podcast. You can use Canva, a free photo and image tool to create something that looks professionally designed.

it only takes a couple minutes. Make it 1,200 x 1,200 pixels.

Activate Sponsorships

Anchor.fm allows you to activate sponsorships with one click, and they will continue to offers you deals as your podcast grows. This gives you an immediate monetization source.

You can also try to secure your own sponsor deals. Look for industry relevant companies and approach them. A podcast that talks about mental health for example might want to approach manufactures of CBD products, as they are something the audience would be interested in.

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Record Using Free Resources

As mentioned, the Anchor.fm app allows you to record from your mobile device. There is no need to buy an expensive setup in the beginning.

If your podcast becomes popular and if you make some ad revenue you can then use that money to buy a nice pro mic and audio setup to record better quality audio.

Promote Your Podcast

Once you have your first episode live make sure to share it on your social media. This is a great way to build an early audience. Your friends and family are likely to listen to support it.

Don’t worry about making a podcast that everyone loves. If you talk about politics then stay on track. If you talk about sports or sports betting, then a Ladbrokes review is on-track and will appeal to your listeners.

Start to Acquire Your Equipment

The first thing you will want to invest in once you have some ad revenue is a nice mic as well as a nice pair of noise cancelling headphones.

The ultimate goal of most podcasters is to get to a point where you built a dedicated podcast recording studio. Whether you set one up in your house or find a contractor to build one in your office, a dedicated studio just elevates the effort to a new level.

But, as you can see there is no rush to spend money. By following the advice above you can start a podcast for free and have it up in less than 15 minutes.

Erkan Kemiksizgil Shares: 5 Best Business Podcasts You Should Listen To in 2019

Many people who work in the business industry can’t make it through a workday these days without listening to at least one podcast. Not only do people feel like they learn something from it, but it’s something to passively listen to as well.

When putting together the best business podcasts in 2019, it was worth going after someone who lives and breathes in this world every single day. Erkan Kemiksizgil is a digital marketer and entrepreneur who is always searching for new information. He gets a lot of inspiration from podcasts, so it was a pleasure to work with him to get a list of his top five right now. Here they are, in his own words.

Inside LaunchStreet

What I like about this podcast is that it puts a major focus on innovation. There are too many business owners right now who are just trying to copy off of other people who are having success. Innovation is always going to be a huge driving factor, and more people should try to untap their hidden potential.

Tony Robbins podcast

Just about everyone knows about Tony Robbins at this point, and it’s hard to avoid listening to what he has to say. He might not be for everyone, as he comes off a little too motivational at times, but he does provide enough quality information for me to keep coming back.

What I like most about him is that he provides information on stuff that simply put, just works. He tries to inspire others to put in the same type of work he does every single day to reach his goals.

Rise and Grind with Damon John

What really helped me back in my early days in business was not finding a way to increase productivity. I was not putting in the type of effort that is needed to have success. John understands that this is a problem many people face, and he talks a lot about better performance, improved productivity and setting realistic goals.

The marketing companion

Most of the podcasts I listen to that are related to business are very informative, but this is the one that borders on entertainment as well. They have a lot of celebrities come in and provide great information, with some comedy and humor along the way as well. It’s a light way to listen to something while working on projects, and occasionally there will be some great information as well.

The GaryVee audio experience

Like Tony Robbins, GaryVee might not be for everyone. However, I find him to be pretty informative in just about every single podcast he does. Say what you want about him, but he has been able to have extreme success in the industry.

The energy about him keeps things exciting. Some people have rather dull voices when it comes to podcasts, but he keeps it entertaining and makes me want to learn more from him just by the way he talks.