It’s only recently, in the past few months, that I’ve become a big podcast fan. It’s everywhere I go now; to the point where if I’m in my car, I’m more than likely listening to a podcast rather than music. Not to mention, it’s a great topic for discussion with my passengers (they must speak AFTER the podcast has finished though, not during lol).
However, podcasts have rapidly become very popular with so many different topics and hosting styles to choose from – it makes finding the right podcast to listen to and really sink your teeth into quite hard.
Where do you start?
I thought it would be easier and useful to share three podcasts that will keep you motivated in 2019.
So, here we go:
In Good Company
Hosted by Otegha Uwagba, In Good Company is full of career related advice, freelancing stories and inspirational guest speakers.
I definitely get that “ah-ha!” moment when listening to her podcasts and motivated to push myself and my goals. No journey to success is the same and everyone goes through their own challenges while getting there. These episodes are a must have tool to help navigate the process of developing your career.
At Home With…
Hosted by lifestyle and beauty bloggers and authors Lily Pebbles and Anna Newton, At Home With, is best described as a ‘through-the-keyhole’ conversation with female business women who own and direct some of your favourite brands. With the likes of Liz Earle, Zoe Sugg and Tanya Burr, its an insightful podcast that lets you into their homes to share how they established their careers and what they’re up to in their every day-to-day.
“I definitely get that “ah-ha!” moment when listening to her podcasts and motivated to push myself and my goals.”
The Lifestyle Edit
Hosted by Naomi Mdudu, The Lifestyle Edit is an inspiring podcast about female entrepreneurs and a great insight into the highs and challenges of owning your own business. Not to mention, the host shares actionable tips from female thought leaders which is a great support for us budding entrepreneurs and those who want to develop in their carer. It’s most certainly a toolkit for creative, working women.
Do you have any favourite podcasts you’re listening to? Let me know in the comments below xx