Calling all female entrepreneurs: Join Ronne Brown — a national social media-branding expert, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and mom — and hear from her inspiring guests on topics that stimulate professional growth. Touted as a “playground for female entrepreneurs,” Girl CEO Podcast helps listeners tackle growing a social media presence, staying driven, being authentic, eschewing failure, defeating depression, fully enjoying leisure time, and more.
OK — so this podcast is a little less about business and is branded more as a health and fitness podcast. But let’s face it: Our health is unquestionably tied to every aspect of our lives, whether on the clock or not. Aimed at helping listeners be a little more “human,” each 15- to 20-minute episode of this NPR podcast is dedicated to topics for which humans might need a little nudge. Recent episodes include brewing a better cup of coffee, forgiving others, wearing sunscreen, raising plants, end-of-life planning, being happier, and coming out of the closet.
Following the wild success of her book Becoming — which, just 15 days after its 2018 release was announced to be the top-selling book in the United States that year — and the subsequent Netflix documentary by the same name, former First Lady Michelle Obama delivers her self-titled podcast. A Spotify original, this series features interviews with Obama’s friends, family, and colleagues with the goal of examining the “relationships in our lives that make us who we are.”
Like most side hustlers, creator and host Nicaila Matthews Okome started this podcast as her own personal side hustle while working as a digital marketer at NPR. The Jamaican-born, Bronx-bred marketer-turned-entrepreneur uses her platform to shine a light on entrepreneurs like herself that have elevated their side gigs to full-time hustles. We’re not the only ones loving these encouraging episodes; Mashable named it “the perfect entrepreneurship podcast.”