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11 of the Best Podcasts to Help Women Entrepreneurs Grow Their Businesses



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Being a woman entrepreneur can be lonely in this traditionally male-dominated field. While the overall business knowledge is the same, the specific struggles that women entrepreneurs face is different than their male-counterparts.

Finding a mentor is a great way to get business advice but it can be hard to find someone whose advice you trust. Thankfully, living in the age of the internet removes location-specific boundaries. Many successful female entrepreneurs have started up podcasts to share their business knowledge. 

The following podcasts give the best business advice for women entrepreneurs making it easy to learn the skills you need to succeed:  

1. Goal Digger

The Goal Digger Podcast is hosted by Jenna Kutcher.  Not only does she cover ways to build your dream job from scratch, she also is an expert at growing social media. If you’re looking to expand your business using Instagram or other social media, you’ll find lots of actionable tips that work for growing these platforms.

2. ZenFounder

ZenFounder is hosted by Dr. Sherry Walling, a licensed clinical psychologist who works with her entrepreneur husband. This podcast helps entrepreneurs with the things no one talks about: being lonely and feeling stressed since it all rides on you. This is a different type of business podcast since it addresses the mental aspects of the entrepreneur’s life.  

3. Girlboss Radio

Girlboss Radio is led by Sophia Amoruso who sits down with a new trailblazing woman entrepreneur every week. During the interviews, they discuss the personal and professional issues that women face when running a business. The podcast is laid back and feels more like two women chatting over coffee rather than a formal interview which makes the episodes easy to breeze through.  

“You don’t get taken seriously by asking someone to take you seriously. You’ve got to show up and own it. If this is a man’s world, who cares? I’m still really glad to be a girl in it.” – Sophia Amoruso

4. So Money

The host Faroosh Torabi is a financial strategist who brings financial strategies, successes, and failures from some of the top business founders. While the So Money podcast doesn’t solely focus on entrepreneurship, many of the money topics covered affect both the personal and professional lives of business owners.  

5. The Marie Forleo Podcast

At this point, most female entrepreneurs have heard of Marie Forleo. Her business is built around helping women create businesses. One wing of her empire is her namesake podcast. Marie shares her own business savvy as well as bringing on guests to share their best tips for success, motivation, productivity, and happiness as a business owner.  

6. Biz Chix

Biz Chix host and founder Natalie Eckdahl has an MBA and is a successful “mompreneur.” She’s running her business with kids at home and is a successful business strategist and coach. Her podcast focuses on ways to scale your business through outsourcing and other effective business growth hacks. 

7. She Did It Her Way

Amanda Boleyn hosts the She Did It Her Way Podcast and focuses more on beginner entrepreneurs. If you have questions about starting your businesses or how to decide when to quit your old job and go full-time, this podcast is for you. Many of the podcast guests are successful women who have built their businesses solely online and are thriving.  

8. The Strategy Hour Podcast

The Strategy Hour Podcast helps women grow their creative business to a well-paying empire.  Instead of staying stuck in the mindset of “side hustle,” expand your business into a full-fledged 6-figure business. While not all of the guests are strictly women, the ideas for business growth and expansion hold true. If you want to learn how to diversify and build various income streams, then this podcast will show you how.  

9. Glambition Radio

Glambition Radio is an award-winning podcast hosted by successful entrepreneur Ali Brown. Ali interviews multi-million dollar business owners to find out their unique tips on leadership, productivity, making money, and building company structure. Glambition Radio also talks to entrepreneurs whose mission is to create positive lasting change in the world.  

“You’re going to often find that to step into your biggest opportunity, you’ll be asked to move through your biggest fear of insecurity.” – Ali Brown

10. Women Taking The Lead

Jodi Flynn hosts the Women Taking The Lead Podcast. She is an executive leadership coach who helps women leaders with relationship building, mindset, self-leadership, and communication.  If you’re having trouble with the people skills part of running a business or are filled with self-doubt, then this podcast will help you learn effective techniques to address those.

11. Being Boss

The Being Boss podcast is founded by two successful women business owners.  The focus is on creative entrepreneurs and covers many of the mental aspects of entrepreneurship and personal growth. The topics of mindset and intuition are not traditionally covered in other business podcasts but are here.  


No matter where you are in your business journey, there’s always more to learn and places you as a leader can grow. Many entrepreneur-focused mentorships are male-dominated, leaving women business owners unsure of where to turn to find advice.

With these women-led business podcasts, you’ll learn from successful female entrepreneurs and delve into the lesser talked about issues that face women business owners. By following even a few of the tips in these podcasts, you’ll be on your way to growing and expanding your business in a meaningful way.  

What’s your favorite podcast to listen to and why? Share it with us below!

Steffa Mantilla is an online entrepreneur and founder of Money Tamer, a personal finance website whose goal is to help women learn how to budget and manage their family’s finances.  After being over $80,000 in personal debt, Steffa is now debt-free and running her successful business from home while taking care of her toddler.

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Then this article is a great place to start. Networking isn’t hard on paper…you go along to online and in-person meetings, make new connections and build relationships, and those relationships lead to more work so you can grow your business! The challenge is that in reality, it isn’t quite so straightforward, as our emotions get involved and make things much tougher.

It’s incredibly common for nerves to creep in and to feel overwhelmed and apprehensive when it comes to networking – even when it isn’t new to you. But how can you become more successful at it, feel less self-conscious, and make networking work for you and your business?

Here’s a few tips to help you embrace every business networking opportunity you get, so you can grow your business and achieve your goals.

Rock up with confidence

If you want to keep those nerves at bay and ooze confidence at networking get-togethers, you’ll need to downplay it rather than seeing it as a big occasion. Try not to put pressure on yourself and see it as a casual meet-up with a bunch of people with similar goals to you. To help you relax in the run-up to the event, be sure to set achievable goals and expectations before you go.

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For your first meeting, start small to ease yourself in – a big group could prove too daunting, and stop you from feeling comfortable enough to get involved. After all, you want to make a strong first impression!

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When you do get an opportunity to work with someone you’ve met at a networking group, go above and beyond to offer more value than they’re expecting, as then, they’ll be much more likely recommend you and introduce you to more of their contacts!

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