5 Podcasts for Your Commute

1) Gold Digger Podcast Jenna Kutcher

This podcast is a game changer! Jenna shares so much knowledge about business, marketing, and interviews other boss babes. If you want to learn more for a side hustle, business dream, or just solid marketing ideas, you’d love this one! The podcast is twice a week and you will walk away with so many takeaways.

2) How I Built This With Guy Raz

In this podcast, Guy Raz interviews entrepreneurs of major companies like AirBnb, Patagonia, Lyft, and more. They share their story of starting their businesses and different trials and success along the way.

3) Rise Podcast by Rachel Hollis

Rachel Hollis is the author of the book Girl Wash Your Face, which is amazing! In her podcast, she shares about her life, like her marriage and balancing a career with kids, as well as interviews with other business women. It’s a lot of solid content and she’s funny, which makes it a great car ride listen.

4) The Porch

The Porch is part of Watermark Community Church in Dallas, TX and is geared toward young adults in their 20’s and 30’s. Their sermons are recorded and you can listen to them as podcasts. The messages are full of truth and dig deep into God’s Word. If you’re looking for a challenging, but encouraging message, this one’s for you.

5) TED Talks Daily

This podcast is like the TED talks videos, but in podcast form. They’re great for learning on the go and it ranges from topics like “Get comfortable with being uncomfortable” to “How boredom can lead to your most brilliant ideas.”

Do you have any podcast suggestions for us? We’d love to hear them!

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