These are my favorite podcasts for the girl boss and creative entrepreneur. They offer so many free resources and encouragement for the female creative small business!
Favorite Podcasts for the Girl Boss and Creative Entrepreneurs
I am a HUGE fan of podcasts—why? They are such a valuable resource for beginners to grow your small business. They also fit perfectly into my busy life and I listen to them at the gym, doing work, cleaning, in the car—the ultimate multi-tasking effort to learn about running a creative small business. All of my favorite podcasts are girl bosses and it’s no surprise why. Creatives wear multiple hats in their lives—as parents, spouses, students, running a household, other employment—no one ‘hat’ defines us. Being a creative entrepreneur is exciting, but it can be all consuming. I’ve learned way more about relationships and valuing people than email marketing, funnels, and growing my business (but there’s plenty of that too!). I hope these podcasts encourage (and educate) you as much as they have me.
My Favorite Podcasts and Episodes
Jenna Kutcher’s Goal Digger will not disappoint, I promise! She shares so much value, but also cares about the digging deeper than sales and marketing.
- Chasing Slow and Keeping It Real
- Starting a Movement with Natalie Franke
- Redefining Success with Mary Marantz
Hosted by Reina Pomeroy and Christina Scalera, this podcast gives listeners “the chance to get up-close and cozy with industry insiders, conference speakers, CEOs and other hard to reach success stories.”
- Relationships IRL
- How to Plan and Be More Intentional with Shanna Skidmore
- How to Face Burnout with Lauren Hooker
Abagail and Emylee are girl boss queens and they are hilariously transparent! You’ll have so much fun with their podcast.
- How to Give, Give, Give, without Giving it All away
- The Evolution of Our Courses & Mistakes You Can Avoid
- Using Your Past to Shape Your Future: How to Persevere Through Tough Times
Melyssa Griffin is no stranger to digital marketing and has made plenty of money doing it, but I love how she is intentionally “infusing her business with purpose.”
- My Story and How I’m Infusing My Life and Business with More Purpose
- How to Strive for Huge Goals while Staying Grounded in Who You Are
Natalie Franke is head of community at Honeybook and co-founder of The Rising Tide Society. I met her in person at the Honeybook headquarters and she was just as passionate in person as she is on social media. She doesn’t have an official podcast, but she does have an Anchor page . I also follow her on Instagram.
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Do you have any favorite podcasts? I’d love to hear, I am all ears.
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