What Are The Best Podcasts to Subscribe to?

April 22, 2020
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Emily
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Business professionals across several fields chime in on their recommendation for the best podcasts to subscribe to.

James Canzanella What is The Best Podcast to Subscribe To?

James Canzanella

One of the best podcasts that I constantly listen to would have to be Rewire by Ryan Stewman. This podcast certainly isn't for everyone, and that's one of the biggest reasons why I love listening to it so much. This podcast is raw and straight-to-the-point, but very helpful when it comes to improving almost every area of your life (especially business).

RJ Weiss What is The Best Podcast to Subscribe To?

RJ Weiss

Noah Kagan Presents has been a constant source of new ideas for me. Noah is no question fun to listen to, as he has a great sense of humor. However, when he gets into the nitty-gritty of running a business, especially online marketing, I can't help but come away with new ideas. I often find myself stopping and recording an audio message to myself with a new idea I gathered.

As an early employee at Facebook and Mint, as well as founder of multiple successful startups, the podcast is filled with great stories and insights into what's working now. I too appreciate the timeliness of some of his latest podcasts. His recent series on ways to recession-proof your business was outstanding. On the investing side, I enjoyed his recent interview with NYU Finance Professor Aswatch Damodaran on investing in this new economy. It's definitely a great listen for the younger entrepreneurs out there.

Rio Rocket What is The Best Podcast to Subscribe To?

Rio Rocket

I'm hooked on RIGGED: I'm absolutely hooked the new RIGGED podcast with Terry Sacka. I think  now it's more important than ever to have some guidance on how to get  our finances right in times of economic volatility. For the everyday  person, the odds are against you and RIGGED does a fine job of helping  you rig the wealth game in your favor.

Veronica Kirin What is The Best New Podcast to Subscribe To?

Veronica Kirin

The podcast I recommend is called Stories of COVID™, a real time documentary podcast that interviews people worldwide about their experiences with COVID-19. The participants share how their country or region is handling the pandemic, how their lives have been affected, and hope for the future.

Jason Davis What is The Best Podcast to Subscribe To?

Jason Davis

Optimal Living Daily, a podcast by Justin Malik, is my recommendation. I've tried out hundreds of podcasts and have found that Optimal Living Daily is perfect for me because it's short (usually between 7-10 minutes) and I'm able to listen while I'm getting ready in the morning. The host collects the best personal development and productivity blog posts from around the web and reads them. That's it! It's a very simple concept that delivers exceptional content. I have a busy schedule, with two small children at home, and a full workday, with little free time to read blog posts. Having the posts narrated so I can do two things at once in the mornings is the perfect recipe for success for me. I look forward to listening and getting tips I can use for my business every morning and have implemented many of the suggestions I've heard on the podcast including how to make better decisions, become more mindful, and make sustainable changes in both my personal and professional life.

Daniel Cheung What is The Best Podcast to Subscribe To?

Daniel Cheung

The Growth Manifesto Podcast is a relatively new series that launched in late 2019. Since I enjoy nerding out on digital marketing, I am always on the lookout for 2 things from an audio experience - a story that resonates with me and something actionable. Rarely do business and marketing podcasts deliver both and that is why I was very happy to chance upon The Growth Manifesto Podcast. For starters, one of the podcast hosts has a significant lisp and this is what caught my attention. I was
immediately impressed by his willingness to be vulnerable and when I heard his speech impairment come through, I just knew this was going to be a great podcast series because if there is one thing I know about people, it is that those who are willing to be who they are tend to be the most humble and honest.

As you will see, the podcast is run by a digital marketing agency. But there is no sales pitch. They simply interview amazing and inspiring business leaders (often from their pool of clients) and the personal journeys that you are privy to - one can extract a lot from. For example, two particular episodes from this series continue to leave a lasting impression on me. One is the episode where the COO of LJ Hooker Australia (Ruth Trewhella) shares how she came to be who she is today - a magnificent and inspiring story of how preparation, hard work and luck come together. The other episode that every entrepreneur or business owner should tune into is the one with Dr Melinda Muth on how to build effective teams. There is SO much incredible value to unpack from the episode.

James Canzanella

James Canzanella

James Canzanella is the owner of Isolated Marketing Nights and focuses on helping online business owners build and grow through the use of software and affiliate marketing.

RJ Weiss

RJ Weiss

R.J. Weiss, CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™, is the founder and senior editor of the popular finance site The Ways To Wealth. Since 2016, The Ways To Wealth has reached over 8,000,000 visitors, covering all things making money, saving money, and investing it wisely. The site has been featured in numerous publications including Forbes, Self Magazine, Discover and The Points Guy.

Today R.J.'s main duties include overseeing content with a small team of writers and editors, managing partner relationships, and paid media buying for The Ways To Wealth. Previous to The Ways To Wealth, R.J. spent ten years in the financial service industry, where he worked as a CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ that specialized in insurance planning for individuals and families.

R.J. lives with his wife and three kids outside of Chicago, Illinois. He appreciates listening to a great podcast on his daily walks with his newborn son.

Rio Rocket

Rio Rocket

In the realm of digital marketing, Rio is a highly accomplished  graphic artist, marketing strategist, and branding expert. In media he  is a multi-hyphenate film, television, and voice actor who has a  recurring role on the upcoming ABC TV Series 'For Life' and  motivational spokesperson for Lowe's Companies. He is also a writer  and event host, who has been recently featured in SUCCESS, AUTHORITY,  and Ariana Huffington’s ‘Thrive Global’ Magazine. He believes in  shattering all limitations of what humanity is capable of.

Veronica Kirin

Veronica Kirin

Jason Davis

Jason Davis

I’m the CEO of Inspire360 and I’m passionate about providing an all-in-one platform that helps the top wellness and fitness companies/experts deliver their education to larger audiences. After being a founder, CEO, and executive at some of the most notable companies in the wellness and fitness industry for over 14 years (with 3 acquisitions), I’m now focused on working with companies and experts within the industry to useInspire360’s specialized learning management system to deliver beautifully branded online courses, certifications, workshops, and subscriptions. We’ve delivered over 1.5 million courses/certifications and enjoy helping our clients maximize their exposure with unprecedented distribution channels.

Daniel Cheung

Daniel Cheung

Daniel has always been intrigued by human behavior. His first foray into entrepreneurship was selling his lunch to his school peers. His first (legal) business was as a wedding photographer. After 10-years, he transitioned across to SEO where he can apply his insights into why people buy and help businesses grow. It turned out to be the perfect segway as he quickly realized the value of digital marketing and cutting through the noise will always hold true. Today, he runs a link building 'agency' that gets brands, individuals and businesses PR-style mentions in popular publications such as Huffpost, Business Insider, and POPSUGAR. Outside of his work, he bakes a mean white and dark chocolate marble pound cake and enjoys buying LEGO. But as we all know, LEGO is not cheap and he gets approval from his wife to splurge on his LEGO by photographing them in funny ways (which you can enjoy from his Instagram handle @naughtyminifigs).

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