At Workplace we like a moderate amount of background sounds to help us work. We understand how much sound can enhance our mood and motivate us. Sometimes it feels right to plug our headphones in and head over to a podcast that can help to inspire us and be part of our continuous learning.
We have put together four podcasts that we are listening to right now that are worth investigating.
Conversations of Inspiration – Holly Tucker
As the founder of Not on The High Street and Holly & Co, Holly Tucker has spent the last 15 years not only growing her own business but also helping other small businesses around the UK grow as well. She is a real champion of the unknown and the unusual and has helped turn kitchen table businesses into multimillion-pound enterprises.
In Conversations of Inspiration, Holly listens to top entrepreneurs and founders each week to discover the highs and lows of building a business and how to maintain your market.
How to Fail with Elizabeth Day
In this podcast, Elizabeth Day asks each of her interviewees to discuss three things in their lives and careers that have not gone right. They discuss what these failures taught them and where they inevitably took them. She is on series nine so there are plenty of failures to get your teeth into and some fantastic interviewees.
A podcast more about you than your business. Kathryn Bryant and Julian Illman take us through how to improve our lives and be more successful with a series of discussions and interviews. These are taken from the worlds of personal development, psychology, neuroscience, business, sport, entertainment, and spirituality – to empower and inspire a happier, successful life or business,
Out of Hours - The Podcast
Georgia Rutter has conversations with people who started something as a side hustle and turned it into something big. Not all are big businesses some are not for profit or social enterprises. She finds out how they got started and how they continued following their curiosity and took brave steps.