5 Best Podcasts for Productivity

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Podcasts have become increasingly popular in recent years and can be a great source of information. For me as a freelancer, I prefer to listen to podcasts for productivity.

You can listen to them through many platforms. The most popular platforms out there are Apple, Spotify, and Google Play Music.

Here are the 5 best podcasts for productivity.

#1 Online Marketing Made Easy

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Ever since I started my online freelance business helping clients with their digital marketing, I have had a girl crush on Amy Porterfield, the host of Online Marketing Made Easy.

With over 300 episodes it has helped to not only inspire me but also boost my productivity. Boost my productivity in building my business and how to approach clients without burning myself out.

Amy Porterfield’s podcast is filled with action packed advice and she gives out a free cheatsheet with every episode. Just remember to take a note of the URL so you can get your hands on it.

#2 Tony Robbins Podcast

Looking for wisdom and guidance? The Tony Robbins podcast is the one I go to when I want to hear inspirational stories from people who have propelled their business.

This podcast really does boost productivity as taking in inspiration from others who were once in your shoes really does make you want to work on your freelance business.

I especially was inspired after hearing the interview with the Air BnB founders, Joe Gebbia and Brian Chesky. They take you from how they came up with the idea after having an issue paying their rent to 10 years later and Air BnB is what it is now, a global business worth $30 billion.

Listen now to AirBnB The Art Of Resilience

#3 The Productive Woman

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The productive woman is a podcast designed to help busy women find the tools and courage. Courage and tools to manage their busy lives, stress, and time.

As a woman who has gone through a lot of trauma with an alcoholic parent and a coercive relationship, I found this podcast useful to put things into perspective.

Ultimately, this podcast has helped me work smarter not harder which I think everyone could use from time to time.

#4 Beyond The To-Do List

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Are you someone that makes endless to-do lists and never complete them?

Guilty!

Then beyond the to-do list podcast is the podcast for you. Here is why.

Host Erik Fisher, talks with real people who practically implement productivity strategies. Strategies for their professional and personal lives, knocking over those dreaded to-do list items.

#5 The 5AM Miracle

5am miracle podcast with Jeff Sanders is perfect for you. Perfect if you describe yourself as a high achiever.

The aim of this podcast is to start your day early and “dominate your day before breakfast”. So what does that look like in practice?

You are bouncing out of bed with full enthusiasm to achieve your goals by creating habits that will set you up for the rest of the day.

In A Nutshell,

These 5 podcasts will help to motivate you and inspire you when you’re not feeling it or stuck in a rut.

Tell me over on Twitter what podcasts you are listening too right now that are powering up your productivity?

6 thoughts on “5 Best Podcasts for Productivity

  1. I listened to podcasts all the time when I was commuting, but now that I am working from home I rarely do. I need to make a point of checking these out. They sound really good. Thanks!

  2. Although I haven’t been listening to them as much as I used to (which will soon change shortly), listening to podcasts gave me so much actionable advice and motivation. Can’t wait to start listening again. x

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