6 podcasts for entrepreneurs

02/12/2019
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As an entrepreneur, keeping abreast of new developments is everything but an easy task. Fortunately, there is such a thing as podcasts: the ideal format for those who have little time.

You can listen to them where and when you want: when you’re driving in your car, while you are waiting for the train or whenever you can find a few minutes to relax.

Billtobox searched for and found 6 interesting podcasts for you that will fully immerse you in the world of entrepreneurship, investment, financial optimisation, accountancy and leadership.

Planet Money


Planet Money is high on the list of favourites for both laymen and financial professionals. In 20-minute episodes, they explain economic processes in ways that are often funny but highly original. Planet Money has been a fixture on various radio stations in the US for years. So, do you want to keep up with the financial economy and everything that has to do with it in 20 minutes? Be sure to subscribe!



https://www.npr.org/sections/money/

YNAB

YNAB (You Need A Budget) is a digital budget planner that can be used to budget your income. In this podcast, the creators of YNAB are seeking entrepreneurs who managed their budget smartly and therefore had cash to spare at the end of the month. You’ll also get tips and tricks from financial advisers so that you can learn how to manage your income and expenses better and invest smartly. Sounds like music to your ears, doesn’t it?



https://www.youneedabudget.com/podcasts/

Masters in Business

How about a bit more? Get inside the minds of some of the smartest investors on Wall Street. Once a week, investor and author Barry Ritholtz enjoys a talk with one of the most important business people of the day. Each episode features an in-depth discussion of a financial or economic topic. He recently spoke to Binyamin Appelbaum, editor-in-chief of business and economics at the New York Times, who recently published his book The Economists’ Hour: False Prophets, Free Markets and the Fracture of Society.



https://www.bloomberg.com/podcasts/masters_in_business

Leadership is everywhere

TV series such as ‘De Collega’s’ (The Co-workers) and ‘Het Eiland’ (The island) have already proclaimed the joyful message: the leadership we know from and have come to expect over the past decades no longer exists. Anyone who still wants to play the authoritarian leader in these fast-changing times is likely to just put themselves out of the running. Instead of that, authentic and shared leadership is what we get today. In six episodes the Antwerp Management School launches ‘Leadership is everywhere’, a podcast series that addresses the cliché image of leadership and shows that leadership is everywhere in our environment (even in the Zoo), and part of ourselves. Fascinating for every entrepreneur.



https://offer.antwerpmanagementschool.be/leiderschap-is-overal-podcasts

Freakonomics

Anyone who is even marginally involved in figures and economics knows the best-sellers Freakonomics & Superfreakonomics. There has also been a podcast for fans for many years. Freakonomics focuses on one thing, and one thing alone: ‘discovering the hidden side of things’. Every week, Stephen J. Dubner discusses things you always thought you knew (but which you were apparently wrong about) and things you thought you never wanted to know (but now you do). From figures about sleep and big data in the erotic sector, to the Brexit and tips on how to survive boring meetings, all of this is addressed in this incredibly interesting podcast.



http://freakonomics.com/archive/

Odd lots

Every week Bloomberg’s Joe Weisenthal and Tracy Alloway take you on a journey to the world of international markets, economy and finance. What is the impact of negative interest rates on the world? What role will the central bank fulfil in the future? Or what can the business world learn from archaeology? You’ll learn all about this in Odd Lots.



https://www.bloomberg.com/podcasts/odd_lots

Do you know any interesting podcasts for fellow entrepreneurs that you would like to share? Tell us, and we will add them to our list.

We hope you enjoy listening to them!