5 Podcasts By Women You Should Be Listening To Right Now2 min read

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If you find yourself lacking time to sit down and finish a full book, don’t worry! Podcasts are a fantastic way to consume content on the go. You can use apps like Spotify, or the Podcasts app (for iPhones) Hubhopper or Podbay to listen to them. The best part is most of them are free! The next time you’re driving to work, ditch the FM radio and try one of these instead.

Marketplace Tech

Navigating the ever-changing world of technology can be challenging for any entrepreneur, but Molly Wood is here to save the day. The podcast addresses how technology is continuously evolving and influencing our lives in ways that you never even thought of. Wood’s perspective is a breath of fresh air in the male-dominated field of technology. Fun filled and bursting with information, this is a podcast you should definitely not miss!

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So Money


If you’re looking for ways to master your money, look no further. Farnoosh Torabi, an award-winning financial strategist, brings in a diverse mix of guests, including high profile ones like Tony Robbins and Seth Godin to discuss their business journies, their secrets and their success. This podcast is loaded with practical and motivational advice that will help you lead a healthier (and wealthier) life.

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Sea Change

A short three-part series, Sea Change is a show about social change in a digital era. Hosts by Samyuktha Varma and Radhika Viswanathan walk you through the process of how the internet has influenced the way we act and how to make a bigger and more meaningful impact in the world today. The show is incredibly immersive, and the interviews with people who have worked in the field are filled with insights that will help you better understand our perceptions of development.

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Confessions of Successful Asian Women With Aliya

Aliya Janjua launched this podcast on Women’s Day two years ago. It’s hard enough for women to make it big in the industry, but being a part of the minority is even harder. As the name implies, the podcast covers the stories of women who have shattered the glass ceiling and defied both gender and cultural stereotypes. It is probably the most relatable podcast on the list and is definitely one that you’ll find yourself coming back to.

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What Works

Launching a small business in the internet era is not as easy as you might think. What Works is a hard-hitting show about what it really takes to run and manage a business in our current world. This podcast gets into the nitty gritty details of what really works, what it really takes to grow and prosper as an entrepreneur, not just get by. As host Tara McMullin says, this podcast is about real life, not feel-good stories. Refreshingly honest and bursting with ideas, this is definitely one that you should listen to.

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