It’s important for small business owners to continue educating themselves on running a successful business, managing employees, marketing and customer service. This is the only way to stay ahead of the competition by learning about the latest trends and concepts in your industry.
The roadback that many business owners encounter is lack of time; with spending all of their time managing their company, they are not always able to attend classes or read books. After reading today’s article, however, no one will be able to give the excuse of not having the time to sharpen their entrepreneurial skills as we will explain how to learn on the go, while driving in the car or during a morning jog – with business-related podcasts.
This podcast is led by William Channer, who is not only the co-founder of Panda, a smart online news reader, but also a journalist and co-author of Ways to Connect: On Interface and Product Design. Channer provides his real life experience in the business world, along with other well-known entrepreneurs and industry leaders, to help individuals grow their startups.
Channer has over 150 podcasts with the likes of co-founder of PayPal, Max Levchin; founder of Tumblr, David Karp; founder of Basecamp, Jason Fried; and co-founder of Recode, Walt Mossberg.
Popular topics on his podcast include:
- Preparing for Startup Growth
- Why Marketing is Everything
- Building a Consumer Product
- Pursuing Disruptive Ideas
- How to Acquire Users
If you wanted to take advice from an entrepreneur who became a millionaire in his 20s, than you want to listen to Andrew Warner’s podcast, Mixergy. He was able to start an internet business that generated over $30 million dollars a year with no business experience.
When listening to his podcast, you’ll hear over 1,110 episodes containing interviews with the likes of Wikipedia founder, Jimmy Wales; star of Shark Tank and founder of Corcoran Group, Barbara Corcoran; and Jessica Jackley of Kiva.
Popular topics include:
- Selling on Amazon? Don’t miss this interview.
- How to build a company using the psychology of incentives
- Case Study: Hiring a salesperson
- Finding Your Message, Building a Tribe, Changing the World
- Why sell a profitable company to take a risk on a new one?
The host of this podcast,Gary Vaynerchuck, has an extensive resume and professional experience. His first win happened straight out of college, when he took over his family’s wine business and grew revenues from $3 million to $60 million in five years. Since then, he has started Vayner Media, co-founded VaynerRSE, a $25 investment fund and has invested in companies such as Uber, Facebook, Tumblr and Birchbox.
Gary shares his extensive knowledge of business ownership in segments that include his advice on business practices as well as segments from his public speeches and interviews.
- When You Get to Do What You Want To Do, You’ve Won
- Triple Down on Positivity
- Losing the Micro Battle to Win the War
- Instilling Confidence
- Overnight Success
Once you hear the interesting ideas of these industry leaders, you will need capital to realize those goals. IOU Financial wants to help you grow your business with small business loans of up to $300,000 in under 48 hours. Contact us to learn more.