Five Business Podcasts You Should Listen To in 2017

With a seemingly endless array of podcasts available to you it’s easy to get lost in a sea of fluff. How does one discern what he should be listening to?

Of course your good friends at the TrafficJunky blog have got you covered. We got our headphone-loving colleagues to share their favorite podcasts.

From there, we took the consensus five best shows and turned it into this handpicked list.

5. The Jocko Podcast

In a word; oomph. Start your day off with this podcast and get hyped up.

Moreover, Jocko Willink being a decorated retired Navy SEAL makes it take much easier to get motivated.

Ultimately his podcast is fueled by his life experience which he candidly shares with his audience.

In essence Jocko will help you gain a different business perspective with interesting episodes on leadership and discipline.

4. How I Built This

Possibly one of the best new business podcasts in 2017. NPR’s ‘How I Built This’ lets business founders tell their stories.

Not to mention the high quality you’d expect from NPR which adds an almost organic narrative to every episode.

Most of the episodes detail how successful businesses got started and the trials and tribulations they had to endure.

3. HBR’s Ideacast

Pushed by the solid foundation of the Harvard Business Review alone is enough to make your podcast incredible.

By and large one of the best podcasts available on in 2017, ‘Ideacast’ brings the top-level executives to your ear.

As a result, it’s covered the full spectrum of business-related topics for close to six-hundred episodes.

2. The Gary Vee Audio Experience 

Gary Vaynerchuk picked up a camera and started talking about wine ten years ago and never looked back.

As a result he now has a massive following and most importantly produces droves of quality content on a daily basis.

Coupled with a solid work ethic and embrace of the daily grind, it’s safe to say he’s made his mark in the advertising space–and beyond.

Simply put, Gary Vee is the never ending fire which should simultaneously drive you and keep you grounded.

1. Entrepreneurs on Fire

Content is key and ‘Entrepreneurs on Fire’ have created some everyday for quite some time.

Podcast host John Lee Dumas have interviewed thousands of entrepreneurs. There’s something for everyone to enjoy while you’re crunching numbers or running a 5K.

Finally, what about you? Any honorable mentions you’d like to add to this list? Leave us a comment below.

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