Stay Sharp: 20 Entrepreneurial Podcasts That Will Get You Through a Long Flight

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Updated October 3, 2018
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Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,600 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.

Although your dream as a jet-setting entrepreneur may be coming true, there’s always downtime to deal with in life—especially on a long flight. To help you fight boredom and learn something new in the process, here are 20 entrepreneurial podcasts that are sure to entertain you. Remember: If you’re tired of dealing with the hassles of airlines for long business trips, get in touch with the team at Inflight Pilot Training today. We can help you obtain your private pilot’s license so you can fly where you wish, whenever you want, and never have to deal with stressful, time-consuming commercial flights again.

 

1) Entrepreneur on Fire Podcast

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The first podcast on our list is Entrepreneur on Fire, hosted by John Lee Dumas. The episodes are focused on transparency, as Dumas reveals his monthly income and tracks his gains/losses since the launch of the podcast in 2012 (about $13 million), teaching lessons about business ownership along the way. Listen to this podcast to gain insight into another entrepreneur’s success, failures and stories.

 

2) Eventual Millionaire Podcast

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Jamie Masters hosts Eventual Millionaire, in which she documents her journey to achieve seven figures. She interviews successful business professionals, entrepreneurs and millionaires to learn what it takes to finally achieve her goal. Listen to this podcast and you’ll likely get closer to that same goal.

 

3) Women Taking the Lead Podcast

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This female-driven podcast was created to help entrepreneurial women overcome the biggest hurdle in their business: self-doubt. With interesting talking points, interviews and on-air coaching calls, host Jodi Flynn brings a unique perspective to the challenges ambitious, go-getting women in the world of entrepreneurship.

 

4) Startup Podcast

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This popular podcast provides listeners an insider’s look at behind-the-scenes happenings of companies you know and love—along with some you don’t. More recent episodes Startup take an honest look at a range of subjects, from why startups can fail to what everyone thinks of the boss, while earlier episodes focusing on getting their own startup, Gimlet Media, off the ground.

 

5) The Influencer Podcast

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New York Times best-selling publicist and social influencer Julie Solomon hosts this podcast, in which she explores the secrets behind engaging and growing influence in the business world. Interviews feature industry elites, successful bloggers and huge social influencers.

 

6) Rocketship.fm Podcast

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If it has to do with the world of startups, Rocketship.fm has you covered. Covering a variety of topics, any episode could feature something from startup growth to management to employment and beyond. Note: episodes are 30 minutes long, so download a few if you’re on a really long flight and you won’t run out of content.

 

7) The Tim Ferriss Show Podcast

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While known around the world for his book, “The 4-Hour Workweek,” Tim Ferriss has also moved into the podcast realm. And, with over 200 million downloads, The Tim Ferriss Show has become just as—if not more—popular as his books. Download a few of his episodes and you can hear interviews with leaders in a variety of industries, from business to music to filmmaking and much more. Learn about the life hacks they use that contribute to their success such as morning routines, favorite books and exercise habits.

 

8) The GaryVee Audio Experience Podcast

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Serial entrepreneur Gary Vaynerchuk hosts this entrepreneur podcast in which he divulges his advice on everything from digital marketing to business culture. As the founder of many successful companies and author of several books, this marketing legend speaks on topics about all things tech, entrepreneurship and culture.

 

9) Mixergy Startup Stories Podcast

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Mixergy consistently ranks in the top entrepreneur podcasts—with their in-depth interviews and high production value, it’s easy to see why. The hosts always leave you satisfied and excited for the next episode. They also conveniently provide transcripts for each episode in case you want to go back and take another look at the best or most informative parts.

 

10) The James Altucher Podcast

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James Altucher is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author, board member of a billion-dollar company and an angel investor in technology, biotech and energy. In this podcast, he talks about the ups and down in his career; how he has also lost all his money, made it back, lost it, made it back. You can also check out interviews with famous business leaders like Mark Cuban, Arianna Huffington and Seth Godin about entrepreneurship, investing, health and much more.

 

11) Build and Launch Podcast

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Justin Jackson, host of Build and Launch podcast, discusses the process of building and launching new products each week on his show. If you’re an entrepreneur focused on products, especially in the early and pre-launch stages, this podcast is perfect for you.

 

12) Girlboss Radio Podcast

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Another female-focused podcast is Girlboss Radio, created by Sophia Amoruso, the young entrepreneur who has accumulated a net worth of about $10 million at age 34. Each episode features a humorous and thoughtful discussion on everything about being a female entrepreneur. Girlboss Radio will give you some new inspiration that you can apply to your professional endeavors.

 

13) Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders

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This podcast by Stanford University offers a weekly seminar on happenings in the world of entrepreneurship. With hundreds of free episodes, you’re bound to find a topic that interests you. Explore the entrepreneurial journey where informed leaders share personal stories of the secrets and setbacks behind what led them to success.

 

14) EntreLeadership Podcast

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As an entrepreneur, you have a never-ending list of things to do, least of which is staying on top of the latest bestselling business books. If there’s a business bestseller hitting bookshelves, EntreLeadership will cover it. The hosts curate the best insights from each book, which saves you time on reading the entire book. Any entrepreneur or small business owner can benefit from the excellent interviews, coaching sessions and expert interviews on the EntreLeadership podcast.

 

15) Legends and Losers Podcast

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So you’ve had a rough day, month or year of business? Legends and Losers will help you out. This podcast brings on industry professionals who open up about what they learned from losing that led them to become legendary. Hosted by Christopher Lochhead, Legends and Losers will spark your creativity, stoke your perseverance, make you learn from your failures and forge your inner legend, while keeping you laughing along the way.

 

16) We Study Billionaires Podcast

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The title pretty much says it all. In this unique podcast, hosts Preston Pysh and Stig Brodersen take an in-depth look at the habits that are common among billionaires. We Study Billionaires will give you valuable insight on the daily activities of successful people, uncovering the blueprint of what it takes to be a billionaire.

 

17) The Real Female Entrepreneur Podcast

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Lauren Frontiera created the Real Female Entrepreneur podcast with the hope of creating a space where incredible women, at all stages of entrepreneurship, could come to wash off the “business owner” mask and get real. On this podcast, Lauren takes a look at the stories of both high-profile and newly emerging female entrepreneurs every week through real, honest and inspiring conversations and topics.

 

18) Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do Podcast

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The ever-optimistic podcast, Cool Things Entrepreneurs Do, provides information on everything from running several companies at once to fitness for entrepreneurs to presentation skills and beyond. Host Thom Singer shares his knowledge and experiences in hopes of inspiring a new generation of thoughtful leaders—take a peek and see if you can gain that extra dose of entrepreneurial spirit.

 

19) Twinnovation Podcast

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One of the most creative, informational and entertaining entrepreneurial podcasts in 2018 is Twinnovation. Hosted by identical twin brothers Dave and Jeff Rosenberg, along with host Mike Karnell, this podcast re-creates Shark Tank scenarios in which listeners can learn from.

 

20) Side Hustle Podcast

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Ever wanted to make more money, even if you work a 9-5? Then the Side Hustle podcast is for you. With daily episodes, you can learn techniques on how to take on and succeed at an income-earning side project while working your regular job. Each episode describes a different story of an entrepreneur starting a side hustle, the challenges that went along with it and the results achieved.

 

 

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Trever

Trever is a commercial pilot with over 1,600 hours of flight time as well as the owner and general manager of Inflight. He has numerous hours of mountain flying experience and a serious passion for teaching. In just 2 years he earned his Gold Seal Flight Instructor at the age of 22 and became a flight school owner at 23 years old.