Before the pandemic I used to listen to podcasts on my drive in to work. When I pulled into my parking spot at the office I always felt encouraged and excited about taking my mental notes from the podcast with me throughout the day. I got into a rut professionally right after our company determined we were to work remotely full time. I just wasn’t feeling inspired, my ideas seemed dull and I wasn’t contributing as much as I would have liked to. One day I didn’t turn on the tv and listen to the news but instead tuned into one of my favorite podcasts. I listened to a great interview by one of my favorite podcast hostesses. I was having so much fun listening in on the conversation that I didn’t mind the growing to-do list coming into my inbox.
Now that I’ve been working from home every day, I make a point to take a walk and tune in to my podcasts or turn one on instead of the morning headlines. I’ve noticed I have my creative energy back and that I’m happier and feeling lighter.
Here are four inspirational podcasts packed full of great stories, actionable takeaways and some good laughs to get you started!
“Week after week, host Jenna Kutcher brings you the the productivity tips, social media strategies, business hacks,, and inspirational stories that can help YOU design your dream career. Jenna shares tangible tips and hacks that she used to become a self-made millionaire in photography, online courses, Instagram sponsorships, and navigating the world of being a #girlboss social media influencer. Along with sharing her best kept secrets, she interviews the best in the industry (Amy Porterfield, Jamie Ivey, Melyssa Griffin, Lori Harder, Cathy Heller and so much more) who will share their secrets to ensure you are seen, heard, (and hired!)”
“The Guava Girl Podcast was created with the purpose of empowering women to think entrepreneurially and creatively so they may lead the extraordinary life they never thought possible.
Here you will find the good, the bad, and most importantly, the REAL inside looks of what it is like to work for yourself and feel empowered by doing it. We talk about growing your following on social media, building a personal brand, and what it is like being a woman in startup culture.”
“Tangible and tactical tools for your life and business. Hosted by New York Times Best-Selling Author Rachel Hollis, RISE is a series of bold conversations with fellow business powerhouses and personal development leaders that provides the listener with real-life valuable takeaways.”
“A show for entrepreneurs, for anyone who wants to know about business, or how to have a life while having a business. Founders Alli Webb and Michael Landau speak to budding and successful business owners whose ideas they love. Alli started their business Drybar by driving herself around to homes in Los Angeles to give blow-outs to clients, but then their business took off. Now, Drybar has over a hundred stores across the country. Alli and Michael share what it takes to risk everything on a great idea, they share the things they’re obsessed with — and they fight like brother and sister. Oh, did we forget to mention that Alli and Michael are also siblings?”