This list for women hosted podcasts was highly motivated by my baby sister.

A little over a month ago my baby sister challenged me. “How comes you are always obsessed with men?” “Which female entrepreneurs are obsessed with?” She asked. Honestly speaking, I couldn’t think of anyone. I get she was fed up with I constantly raving about Gary Vaynerchuk and Neil Patel podcasts.

Take into consideration that Gary Vaynerchuk every once in a while has a guest to his podcast. And for the life of me, I cannot remember him ever having a female guest to the podcast (nothing wrong with that)

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I took it upon myself to search, find and listen to at least 50 women hosted podcasts within one month’s time.

My first point of search was by asking a highly dense female Facebook group for women hosted podcasts they know of.

Definitely, the founder of the group stood up first in line.

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My biggest challenge in this search, I do not own an iPhone. And most of these podcasters have their shows on iTunes. Android fans, please share below what podcasting platforms do you use? Apart from stitcher that is.

Also, thank you to the podcasters who have their shows on their personal sites as well (or dedicated sites)

Whenever possible, I will embed some of my best episodes from these women podcasters.

Women Hosted Podcasts for Entrepreneurs

1. The Persuasion Show by Bushra Azhar

Bushra Azhar is the lady helping tiny businesses make big bucks using psychology of persuasion. I have followed Bushra’s online journey since 2015 or so I think.

Expect to learn actionable persuasion tactics that will take your site to the next level. This is through task oriented shows (yes! there are assignments on her shows), book reviews and quick 2 minute jam packed shows.

2. Marketing Made Easy by Amy Porterfield

On the marketing made easy podcast, Amy shares behind the scenes results to some of her most epic online launches. This is also backed with interviews with industry experts such as Jill Stanton (yes, we will talk about her discontinued show in just a few) and Russell Brunson. Just to name a few.

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This is another actionable podcast you should add to your listening list. BONUS: Look out for exclusive discounts meant just for her audience.

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Expect to learn more about online marketing. This includes but not limits to:

  • List building tactics
  • Social media news (expect more of Facebook than any other social media platform)
  • Course creation and launching of your courses

3. Screw the Nine to Five Podcast by Jill and Josh Stanton

I tend to think the “discontinued” Screw the Nine to Five podcast has simply being repackaged over the years.

This is a podcast that has been hosted by a couple. So it is a co-ed show.

The show started on YouTube, then became a podcast on their website and later went back to YouTube and Facebook. If you like their Facebook page, you can get Facebook notification when they go live.

Like in this episode where Jill goes live with Amanda Bond the Facebook ad strategist (hmmm… Does Amanda Bond have her own podcast? Keep reading!)

Just as Marketing made easy, the screw nine to five podcast is a show about online marketing. What I simply love about it… jill encourages you to embrace the ugly. A concept that I keep repeating over and over again. And many successful online entrepreneurs reiterate on the same.

4. Brand talks by Magda Urbaniak

5 questions interview with an expert by Magda Urbaniak from Brand24 was a rare gem to find.

I honestly can’t remember how I found it. Probably one of those finds you get after clicking one too many links to different sites.

With a little over a dozen episodes, I would encourage you to listen to each one of them.

On these expert interviews, Magdalena asks questions that will give insightful, inspiring and informative answers. The podcast is focused mainly on online marketing as well. With topics ranging from lead generation to social media marketing.

UPDATE: I found out about this podcast from one of Magda’s response on a Quora question.

Around this point I wanted to add Thinkergirl: The podcast  then I remembered this is a resource list for women hosted podcasts for entrepreneurs. Wowzers!! Will I ever get to that 50 point mark? Wish me luck!

5. Business Addicts the Podcast

#BusinessAddicts the Podcast is a show by Loren Bartley and Fiona Redding. What I loved about this podcast is not only do they talk about business challenges, but they have episodes where they focus on the work/life balance, self-awareness, self-improvement and wellness topics.

These are topics that are hardly talked about in the podcast community (especially business podcasts). Apart from that, they have great episode interviews with industry greats and influencers such as Darren Rowse of Problogger, Glen Carlson, Mark Penny, Shae Baxter only to name a few.

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You can subscribe to their podcast on iTunes here.

6. NERDette by Greta Johnsen and Tricia Bobeda

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It is quite rare to find female podcasters or ladies in general nerd over SciFi, books, history and technology. (If you know of one, hold tight, she is more valuable than titanium)

Greta and Tricia believe that everyone is nerdy about something. And with their expert interviews with writers/authors and artists and astronauts their is something that can cater to everyone on their show.

Here is an episode they discuss about living in a 1200m2 space.

7. Design Matters by Debbie Millman

In Design matters, Debbie focuses on interviewing experts in the design field. This ranges from branding to story telling. Having interviewed industry legends such as Seth Godin, Tim Ferriss, Grace Bonney, Lana Porter only to name a few. You will find episodes that you will want to listen to over and over again.

8. Destination DIY (currently known as Rendered) by Julie Sabatier

Julie no longer releases new episodes for Rendered. And the reason she stopped will resonate with anyone who has ever started a project.

The show maybe archived but you can easily go and listen to all previous episodes here.

9. Oh so Pinteresting by Cynthia Sanchez

Pinterest is all the buzz right now. And rightfully so. Pinterest is the image search engine. Yes, I do not think it is a social media platform.

On Oh so Pinteresting, Cynthia has a tunnel vision and focus on online marketing but only when associated with Pinterest. Cynthia was among the first in educating users and businesses on how to use Pinterest for their business. No matter what niche or industry your business is in.You will get to know how you can leverage Pinterest, include Pinterest in your marketing plan and most importantly how to snowball your blog’s traffic using Pinterest.

Oh so Pinteresting was acquired by Tailwind. You can still listen to over 100 episodes on Tailwind. More than enough to start your Pinterest marketing plan.

10. Grammar Girl by Mignon Fogarty

The title of the podcast is telling. Grammar girl is all about grammar. Mignon will assist you in improving your command in the English language. From the use of adjectives and adverbs to phrases and idioms.

Quite good for anyone who is not a native English speaker.

You can listen to Grammar Girl on Soundcloud

11. The Public Speaker by Lisa B Marshall

Lisa’s podcast is quite practical with powerful tips you can use at any moment to practice being more assertive and bold in your everyday interaction and not just public speaking. She shows you how you can be more charismatic and authoritative while still being approachable.

12. Women In Tech by Espree Devora

There was one thing I didn’t like about this podcast. Once you visit the site, you are required to sign up. I don’t mind signing up, but I would love at least a snippet of what the show is about before it required me to sign up. At least listen to one episode and decide for myself. Once I did, it redirected me to the iTunes playlist.

That said, Women in Tech has a new episode thrice a week at the moment. Espree features “Women in Tech” from founders to the software engineers. All these women share how they got to where they are and how they overcame some of the most common stumbling blocks. And most importantly lessons they have picked up on their journey.

To be honest, it was worth it signing up.

If you find the show interesting, go ahead and sign up.

Once you get on iTunes or Soundcloud, they start recommending similar shows to what you are currently listening to. At this point, I am getting over three new shows to listen to each day. Looks like I will actually get to the fifty point mark. Who knows?

Maybe even more.

13. Elise Gets Crafty by Elise Joy

You can subscribe to Elise gets Crafty on both iTunes and Stitcher.

This is a podcast perfect for crafters and creative entrepreneurs. But it also caters to everyone with shows focused on goal-setting, finding your passion and tapping into your creativity.

If you want to start a craft business, this is a safe place to start from.

14. This Girl Means Business by Carrie Green

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Carrie Green has been on a mission to inspire and empower women globally. On her blog and podcast she shares tips and tricks you can use to turn your idea into a profitable business. She does this through interviews, selling of courses and most definitely sharing what she has learnt along the way as female entrepreneur.

15. Can I Park Here by Nache Snow and Astral Riles

This is a podcast dedicated to anyone who would like to own a fashion business. From running a boutique to hosting your first trunk show this is the podcast for you.

Nache and Astral are both in the fashion and beauty industry. Nache has a fashion blog where as Astral runs an interior decorating website. They both partnered up to educate others interested to learn about about the business side of fashion and crafts.

You can subscribe to their podcast both on Stitcher and iTunes.

16. Rocket by Christina Warren, Brianna Wu and Simone de Rochefort

What would you expect from a podcast titles Rocket? Nothing less than geeks and nerds geeking out on the latest trends and innovations in the tech world. I hope

What else do geeks do? Read comics and play games (very stereotypical but I love it) and this podcast highlights on that as well.

Christina, Brianna and Simone have no limits in what they discuss and talk about in the geek world on this weekly show.

You can subscribe to the Rocket podcast on iTunes as well.

17. So Money by Farnoosh Torabi

So Money has been named as number one women hosted podcast by Entrepreneur, has received the Plutus award for top financial podcast in 2016 among others.

Farnoosh does not back away from uncomfortable money conversations. You can see this from how she interviews her guests and the ideas she shares on how you can manage your money.

This is a podcast for everyone. From young and old. You should, must subscribe to it. You do not want to miss out on the exclusive content she shares.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes.

18 Pivot Podcast by Jenny Blake

The pivot method podcast enhances on the principles Jenny shares from her book “Pivot”. In the pivot method podcast, Jenny has interviewed Dorie Clark and Vanessa van Edwards to name a few (those two shows were my favorites). On these interviews she asks intriguing business related questions to not only know more about the interviewees personal experience but also nuggets that the listeners can use to achieve specific results.

19. Hiding in the Bathroom by Morra Aarons-Mele

Work is complicated, but success doesn’t have to be. Welcome to Hiding in the Bathroom, where ceiling breakers, entrepreneurs and work life rebels share skills, survival strategies and a-ha moments. Listen in as host Morra Aarons-Mele helps you create your own version of success (even on days you feel like hiding in the bathroom.)

At this moment, I had a chance to invade on my mum’s phone and skim over iTunes. (sorry mum for all the weird recommendations you are going to get after this)

Podcasters!!! Why?

I honestly couldn’t find a better description of this show. Hiding in the Bathroom is one of Forbes weekly podcasts. On this show Morra shares (even through guest interviews) everyday life as a business owner (no matter the size of your business)

20. Breakfast Wine with Amanda Bond

Yes. Amanda Bond the self-proclaimed Facebook AD strategist just started her podcast. Not sure of the direction she is going with the show, but I had to list it for the nuggets she shares from her Facebook live shows.

She will also answer your Facebook advertising related questions if you catch her live. So if you have any questions related to Facebook advertising and you need an experienced person’s opinion, definitely like her page and turn on notifications to know when she goes live.

21. Mentoring Moments by Denise Restauri

Mentoring Moments is a weekly podcast show in conjunction with Forbes. Denise is a Forbes contributor and entrepreneur. In “Mentoring Moments“, Denis interviews successful women to share their vulnerable business moments. From mistakes they made to genius ideas that came along on their journey.

And as the title highlights, here is your chance for a mentoring moment from a mentor you may never meet.

22. The Limit Does Not Exist by Christina Wallace and Cate Scott Campbell

This is another podcast in conjunction with Forbes.

In the “Limit does not exist“, Christina and Cate discuss the left brain and right brain and how the two brain hemisphere can meet in harmony.

So rather than limiting yourself to just creativity, they show you how you can tap on the other side of your brain.

23. The Brand Journalism Advantage Podcast by Phoebe Chongchua

Phoebe uses the power of story telling to engage with you. On her podcast, be prepared to learn hidden tactics (tactics you can only come across if you experience it) of business.

Through guest interviews get to understand how to leverage LinkedIn ads, handle brand reputation and speak with clarity.

You can also subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher and Soundclod

24. Lipps on Life by Jessica Lipps

The purpose of this podcast is to interview successful individuals who are following their purpose and dreams.

While at it Jessica hopes as you listen to these stories, you may get inspired and embark on starting your journey following your dreams.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Soundcloud.

25. I am the one by Sonia Thompson

Sonia is an author (Delight Inside) and a columnist on Inc. As an experienced content marketing strategist, Sonia helps entrepreneurs get past the stage of trial and error.

26. The Failure Factor by Megan Bruneau

This is a podcast hosted in conjunction with Forbes.

“Would you like me to give you a formula for success? It’s quite simple, really: Double your rate of FAILURE. You are thinking of failure as the enemy of success. But it isn’t at all. You can be discouraged by failure or you can learn from it, so go ahead and make mistakes. Make all you can. Because remember that’s where you will find success.”
~ Thomas J. Watson

In the failure factor you find entrepreneurial stories of how someone persevered through the hard times and succeeded.

You can listen to the podcast on iTunes

27. The Personal Branding for the LGBTQ Professional Podcast by Jenn T Grace

The title is quite straight forward on what this podcast show is about and whom it is meant for. Jenn shares business branding and marketing tips. With professional guest interviews with Dorie Clark and Jennifer Brown among others.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes here.

Jenn teaches straight people how to market to gay people and gay people how to market themselves and self-proclaimed professional lesbian.

You will enjoy sifting through the podcast with the help of the Smart Passive Podcast plugin/player. Same player that is used by Neil Patel and Pat Flynn.

28. Conscious Chatter by Kestrel Jenkins

Conscious chatter is all about the fashion world. From thread counts to natural dyes. From established chain fashion houses to fashion designers.

The podcast is targeted to open conversations about clothing and the business side of it.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes

29. Creative Empire Podcast by Christina Scalera and Reina Pomeroy

The Creative Empire Podcast was created specifically for solopreneurs and small business owners.

Each week  Reina and Cristina have casual conversations on topics that would relate to young entrepreneurs. They easily identify solutions to everyday problems while running a small business.

Some of these solutions can be found after much trial and error or hiring a couch who will cost you a significant damage to your beloved pocket linings.

You can subscribe to the podcast both on Stitcher and iTunes

30. Invisibilia by Lulu Miller, Hanna Rosin and Alix Spiegel

Invisibilia is found on the NPR platform. Lulu, Alix and Hanna discuss ideas and assumptions, beliefs and emotions affect the human anatomy.

The podcast is currently on its third season

31. Profit. Power. Pursuit. by Tara Gentile

Profit, Power. Pursuit was named as one of the top 24 women hosted podcast by Entrepreneur Magazine. She has interviewed. Tara has interviewed amazing entrepreneurial women such as Joanna Wiebe and Kathleen Shannon.

On this weekly hosted podcast, Tara discusses the nitty gritty details of running a small business in 2017. From how to manage their time to acquiring new paying clients. From how and what to outsource to what to look for in building a team.

32. Real Talk Radio by Nicole Antoinette

I love this show. It does not get realer than Nicole. Especially when it comes to guest interviews. Nicole has mastered the act of being tact yet honest. Which is an element I am still struggling. And so many other people are. It is easy to be honest. The tough task is being tact about your thoughts.

Through the Real Talk Radio, Nicole lets her guests open up on things they were not sure about themselves.

In summary, her goal is to remind you that we are all doing the best we can, and that no matter what we are all in this together.

33. Baby Geniuses by Lisa Hanawalt and Emily Heller

If you are interested in fun facts, then this is the show for you. The show does not really have a main focus of discussion. Each week Lisa and Emily let their guests share some of the most diverse facts they have acquired along the way. Some you probably know of, some you actually don’t know the origin of and some you have never even thought of.

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34. Boss Girl Creative by Taylor Bradford

On this blog, Taylor share various blogging tips and tricks she has learnt along the way. This later evolved to business and what it takes to be a creative entrepreneur.

You can catch the latest episode of this podcast from iTunes

35. Smart Women by Michelle McKinnon

The $mart women podcast is all about handling your finances. Michelle was listed on Forbes Magazine as one of the top 50 emerging investment advisories. As much as we all focus on making more sales, it does not always translate to profits or the business is afloat.

Michelle will enlighten on what finance elements you need to focus on different stages of your business..

36. The Broad Experience by Denise McKenzie

The broad experience is a show about women, the workplace and handling success. Denise has been a corporate for over 20+ years.

She freely talks about challenges women face in the workplace. How these challenges and the societal expectations affects women in general.

It maybe a show geared for women, but the principles shared will impact everyone.

37. Music Wise Podcast by Rhona Bennett and Bindu de Knock

This is a podcast dedicated to musicians interested in understanding the business of music. An upcoming podcast with only six episodes on iTunes.

38. Small Answers

This podcast is no longer running but it has quite some quality gems in it you need to listen to.

39. Beyond PRO by Stephanie Pollock

Stephanie shares business insights on Beyond PRO. How you can change your business from something casual that you do on the side, to running a successful business.

From knowing what aspects of your business you need to pay more attention to and what aspects of your business will just eat up your time and are not so necessary when you start out.

40. Anomaly by Jen and Angela

What do geeks do for fun? (stereotypically)

Play video games, read comic books, watch comic books… Well, this is a podcast that discusses all that. If you wanna take a moment to relax from all that is required of you in running a business, you can lay back and laugh at some of the ideas and opinions and discussions from Jen and Angela.

41. Fearless Launching by Anne Samoilov

You recall that idea you have been dreaming of trying? Every morning as you dread the commute to your 9-5 job. Well, I would like to encourage to go for it. If that does not push you, then let Anne twist your arm and tell you, you need to go for it.

Through guest interviews, Anne shares mistakes others have made it and you can avoid as you launch your product, service or course.

42. She Did it Her Way by Amanda Boleyn

Amanda is here to share with you, through guest interviews, there is never one way to launch your project. You can do it your way with what you got and still succeed.

With over 100 episodes to listen to, from other successful women entrepreneurs, you get to learn what others have overcome in launching their businesses.

43. Love Being Boss by Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon

As the title suggests, this podcast is targeted to anyone who has the desire to be their own boss. Emily and Kathleen pride themselves in sharing point blank, sharp shooting advice to their audience. And they honestly do.

From interviews to one on one tips and breakdowns, their is always a nugget you can learn and implement in your business or life.

44. The Lively Show by Jess Lively

You will love this podcast. I personally think of it as the equivalent of the School of Greatness by Lewis Howes. It is lively and all the the episodes I have listened to thus far impact one aspect or two of my life or the other.

Jess does not just focus on your online business but also how you can grow as an individual. And be the best you can be. Create and make an impact in yourself and the environment about you.

You can subscribe for the podcast both on iTunes and Stitcher

45. The Kitchen Sisters by Davia Nelson and Nikki Silva

“The episodes tell deeply layered stories, lush with interviews, field recordings and music” Ira Glass

This is an archived show from NPR. They are now shooting a bi-weekly podcast called Fugitive Ways. Which you can listen to on radiotopia.fm

UPDATE: I found other episodes of the Kitchen Sisters on Radiotopia as well.

46. Strangers by Lea Thau

Lea Thau is an Peabody award winner and in strangers she shares true life stories of individuals who have faced adversities beyond our imagination and have never given up hope.

Stories that will make you know that you are not alone.

Stories that will make you realize you can make it through any patch life throws your way.

47. Kate’s Take: Entrepreneur On Fire Audio Blog

This came as a surprise to me. I have always known Entrepreneur on Fire was hosted solely by John Lee Dumas. This was until three days ago when someone mentioned Kate from Eofire. I said to myself “no way”. But have you ever been in those situations you do not want to negate an opinion just in case you prove yourself a fool. This was one of them.

Glad I did. I was proved I am not such a huge fan of EOFire.

Kate shows you the BTS of what it takes to run a seven figure business. With in-depth, actionable episodes you can start implementing and growing your profitable business.

You can subscribe to this podcast both on iTunes and Stitcher.

48. Recode Decode by Kara Swisher

Kara is a no nonsense tech journalist. On this weekly podcast she reviews what has happened in the tech scene through hard-hitting interviews with influential business leaders and outspoken personalities.

You can subscribe to this podcast via Stitcher, iTunes and Google Play Music.

49. Fierce Feminine Leadership by Eleanor Beaton

Eleanor Beaton tasks herself to help ladies ask for what they want. In this weekly podcast Eleanor interviews other powerful women in business. Inquiring how they did it and what they advice other young and old ladies starting out in their businesses.

Through the practical tips and tricks, do not forget to take the time and action on them.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

50. Claim the Stage: A Public Speaking Podcast for Women by Angela Lussier

This podcast is targeted towards entrepreneurial women who want to become bold and overcome stage shyness. Angela share tips and tricks you can use to become an inspiring highly sought paid speaker.

Claim the stage, is a weekly podcast you should subscribe to.

Yaaay!! I am so stoked I got to accomplish this goal. I still have a couple of podcasts I need to share for entrepreneurs. The more I researched the more suggestions I kept getting. Also, Stitcher is no longer my favorite podcasting platform (as a listener for Android users). My current favorite is Castbox.

51. Business Building Rockstars by Nicole Holland

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What I simply loved about this podcast, you can find it in almost every platform. Apart from that, Nicole lists all the platforms you can find the podcast on. So you can subscribe to it on the platform you prefer the most.

After that, the reviews from listeners of the show do not exemplify how amazing and tonne of knowledge you can learn from listening to one episode every week.

Nicole, goes over marketing, tech and social and while at it gets her viewers discounts and interviews from industry leaders.

52. How We Work Now by Julia Roy

In an age of information overload and interruption, Julia Roy explores how creatives can stay focused and get meaningful work done.

How we work now is an interview podcast. Julia has interviewed Chris Brogan, Dorie Clark and Jenny Blake amongst many other writers and online marketers.

53. The School of Self-Mastery: Business, Money, Life by Adrienne Dorriso

The School of Self-Mastery podcast is dedicated to helping listeners reach their highest potential by talking all things business, money, and life. Adrienne talks to guests who have created a RICH life for themselves, not because they’re bathing in money, (although they may be doing that too) but because they’ve defined and created success on their own terms, through successful habits.

This is the place where you come to master the person most responsible for your success…you.

And with over 250 and episodes, you have something to listen to on your daily commute for two thirds of the year.

54. Tutorial Tuesday by Joanna Wiebe

This is not really a podcast. But I would have found this list to be incomplete without mentioning it. Joanna delivers a weekly live broadcast (so this is more of a webinar than a podcast) on Tuesdays at her office. (Watch out for the cat)

The episodes are not only impactful but they come with learning materials. In Tutorial Tuesdays expect to learn more about writing and coming up with copy for your marketing materials.

UPDATE: Due to time constraints I could not watch a show live. So I discovered a little hack. Click on the invite webinar link. Yes, after the webinar is over. You will get a replay email sent to you. I hope with time Copyhackers will showcase all episodes of the show on one page.

55. Lead Through Strengths by Lisa Cummings

Lead through strengths is a podcast team led by Lisa Cummings. Lisa focuses on tapping into each person’s strengths while striving for exellence. Rather than following the norm.

You can also make your requests to what you would like to listen to when it comes to oncoming episodes.

You can subscribe on the show on iTunes

56. The Intrepid Entrepreneur by Kristin Carpenter-Ogden

The intrepid entrepreneur is for anyone looking for hands-on training. With expert interviews from Neil Patel to Nathan Chan. From Sonya Looney to Laura Roeder, you are bound to find something good and suitable for you.

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57. Call your Girlfriend by Aminatou Sow and Ann Friedman

What captured my attention with this show; the hosts highlight the lack of diversity podcasting as well as other areas of life. They also encourage women who are interested in venturing in podcasting by showing them tricks and hacks that are hardly spoken of.

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes or Stitcher.

58. Glambition Radio Podcast by Ali Brown

On this fortnight podcast, Ali shares mind-blowing interviews with today’s top entrepreneurs, business and thought leaders.

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The reviews most definitely speak for themselves. Notice how implementing is more powerful than just consuming?

You can subscribe to the podcast via iTunes

59. Biz Chix by Natalie Eckdahl

I love this podcast so much that I am actually sharing more than one of their episodes. If I could I would share their entire podcast here. That is how much I took a liking to it.

Natalie shares obvious yet forgotten tactics. Simplifies business concepts without all the jargon tied to them. Expert interviews who share on how to be more productive and maintain a balance between your work and personal life.

You can subscribe to her podcast on iTunes and do not forget to leave a review.

60. The JV Club by Janet Varney

This is a very light and humorous podcast show focused on successful women talking about some of their awkward moments as teenagers. And what elements have they kept through the years. And how will all that, they managed to go through life and make it.

The JV Club podcast is perfect to listen to while stuck in traffic or on a road trip with your girlfriends.

I was hooked with the first episode. Listen to awkward moments Christina Hendricks had as a teenager.

61. Zenfounder by Sherry Walling and Rob Walling

Zenfounder is all about achieving inner peace as you go through the turmoil of starting something and trying to achieve your vision. ZenFounder pairs the best in psychological theory and science with years of entrepreneurial success. Sherry and Rob Walling aim to help entrepreneurs thrive, survive and love the lives they live.

You can subscribe to the podcast from any of these apps. (Note: Only for Android users)

YOU DON'T HAVE TO GET IT PERFECT. YOU JUST HAVE TO GET IT GOING.

62. Sisugirls Podcasts

The Sisugirls Podcast was hosted by Dr. Bridie O’Donnell. Yes, was. As far as I can tell, the podcast hasn’t had any new shows since 2015. But I pretty much enjoyed listening to this episode on my commute, I simply had to share.

The podcast was meant to encourage and inspire young girls to step into themselves through sport and adventure. On this show, Dr. Bridie interviews strong, trailblazing women such as Beverley O’Connor.

63. Winsome Media Group by Juliet Dillion Clark

Are you planning to be a published author? Then this podcast is for you. Juliet shares how you can build and grow a book business. How you can write and outsell your books even before they are published.

She shares ideas that are only met once you start the journey and how to find resolutions to some of the ups and downs of writing a book.

64.  Brand Architect by Ani Alexander

Ani Alexander also known as Ani Chibukhchyan, aims to encourage writers on their journey to become successful authors.

Ani shares tips on what will make you grab attention (the right way) on the internet and stay relevant within your audience.

With guest interviews from Ana Hoffman, Mathew Turner to Peter Ross; expect to get your time’s worth.

You can subscribe to this podcast on Stitcher and iTunes

65. Best Work/Best Life by Kathy and Mo

Kathy and Mo have a goal of serving all women globally to achieve their most burning desires and help them reach their highest potential both in their personal and work live.

On this podcast expect to find discussions between them and guest interviews and also episodes with them sharing and exploring ideas. Kathy Caprino aims at helping women dig deeper to find their purpose and be fulfilled in what they do. This passion is shared with her co-host Mo Faul.

66. Marie Forleo

This list would be incomplete without Marie Forleo. Marie Forleo’s show was the first video I watched on YouTube that did not entail a programming or design tutorial. Not a music video. Not a class concentration classic music playlist. Or even a motivation video. And I liked it.

From her show, I have been introduced to so many industry leaders with thought-provoking ideologies such as Jason Silva

67. Unstoppable by Kelly Roach

Kelly aims to help you achieve your goals faster, smarter and with ease. With three episodes (or more) per week, expect to get actionable tactics such as “How to overcome stumbling blocks”, “What you need to know about list and leads” and “What are the must have business tools to use everyday?”

You also know how I am sucker for short and sweet.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.

68. Biz Women Rock by Katie Krimitsos

The Biz Women Rock podcast is the home for incredible stories from super savvy business women in all sorts of different industries who share the real stories about their business journeys; the ups, the downs and everything in between!

Not only will you feel connected to these women, but you’ll walk away with practical strategies and tools they discuss that will impact your business immediately!

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes and Stitcher

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69. The Bold Life Movement by Kimberly Rich

The Bold Life Movement is all about empowering people to be their best, boldest, and happiest self. Each week we’ll bring you true stories from inspiring people who prove that it’s possible to life a passion-filled, rich life. Whether your goal is to build a business and travel the world, or cultivate better relationships, and a healthier lifestyle,

The Bold Life Movement has you covered. Hear from successful entrepreneurs, bestselling authors, and other inspiring individuals, and learn how you can harness your own inner boldness to create your best life.

You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes

70. Your Greatness Gap by Adrienne Dorison

As the title suggests, Adrienne aims to help you achieve your greatness by finding out what makes you different from all the rest.

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71. The Next Fem Podcast by Tara Padua

The NextFem Podcast is a show for the high-powered woman who lives in the real world

In the Next Fem podcast, Tara interviews female entrepreneurs and CEOS, best-selling authors and professional athletes.

Conclusion

This has been fun. I started with a goal of 50. Gave up at around 5 but I still made it to more than 50 women hosted podcasts. And yes, I now know of women podcasters than men (possibly). The list is in no particular order.

Just as you start consuming, remember to implement more than you consume. Also, for any of the podcasts you take a liking to; do not forget to leave a candid feedback/review. A simple line or two goes a long way.

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Over the past month, I have picked up on some good podcasts I haven’t even shared here. All because of that wonderful challenge my sister kinda gave to me. So which of the women hosted podcasts do you listen to? And which ones would you recommend that are not on the list already?

Let me know in the comment section below.