It will come as no big surprise that if you’re looking for information on literally any topic in 2019, there’s probably a podcast for it. Feeling stressed and desperately in need of some relaxation? There’s a podcast for that. Obsessed with true crime in a borderline-worrying way? There’s definitely a podcast for that. In need of more female voices? You guessed it. There’s plenty of podcasts for that.
So when it comes to your working life, it’s no surprise that there’s plenty of podcast material to get you through the worst of days. Whether you’re looking for a little bit of motivation, trying to navigate a bump in the road or planning how to achieve your goals, these podcasts will give you the boost and inspiration you need to get going.
Work Like a Woman by Mary Portas
Named after her book of the same name, the Work Like a Woman podcast by Mary Portas explores how we can put kindness and compassion at the heart of business. Joined by guests including Bryony Gordon and Greggs CEO Roger Whiteside, Portas explains how we all have the power to change the world of work – a weekly dose of inspiration for any working woman.
Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
If you’re looking for some serious motivation, look no further than Girlboss Radio. The premise is simple: each week, Girlboss CEO Sophia Amoruso sits down for a conversation with an inspirational woman, who shares their tips for building a successful career or building your own business. With interviews featuring trailblazers such as Jameela Jamil and Emily Weiss (founder and CEO of Glossier) AND a catalogue of episodes going all the way back to 2015, this one’s sure to be a winner.
Social media influencer Jenna Kutcher shares her stories, tips and tricks on how to transform your passion into a profitable business on this podcast all about productivity and career development. Whether you’re running your own business already or looking to go self-employed, the Goal Digger podcast covers everything from SEO to social media marketing, with some interviews scattered in between.
Conversations of Inspiration
Founder of Notonthehighstreet and Holly & Co Holly Tucker sits down with a different business founder every week to talk about the trials and tribulations of starting your own business. If you’re looking for a bit of advice and inspiration or just want to learn more about the behind the scenes of your favourite brands, Conversations of Inspiration is a great podcast for learning more about other people’s approaches to work.
In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba
Featuring practical advice, lots of ideas, and interviews with inspiring, successful women, In Good Company with Otegha Uwagba is a monthly podcast with a lot to give. As founder of Women Who and author of Little Black Book: A Toolkit for Working Women, Uwagba is a true expert in helping women get to where they want to be.
Less of a careers podcast and more of a what-am-I-doing-in-life manual, Adulting will provide you with the guidance you need to get your sh*t together. Expand your mind and open yourself up to new possibilities with this educational and eye-opening podcast.
Adrienne Herbert’s Power Hour is a motivational powerhouse aimed to help you make the most of your time and find success. Via interviews with experts, change makers and innovators, Herbert guides you to explore new ways of living in order to unlock your full potential, whatever you want to achieve!
Covering all things women and all things career, The Femails podcast is a crash course in being a working woman in the 21st century. Want to know what it takes to build a successful and fulfilling career on your terms? Then look no further. Covering everything from personality types to the ambition trap, host Career Contessa covers a variety of topics which will help you to develop your career.
Amazing If founders Sarah Ellis and Helen Tupper tackle the daunting question: “Want to have a happy career and love your job but not sure where to start?” Featuring practical tips and tricks on how to improve your work life alongside interviews with inspirational guests, this podcast will help you to take control of where your career is headed.
Described as “the podcast that takes you from where you are to where you wanna be in 30 minutes or less,” Wanna Be is sure to give you that push you need to achieve your goals. Each 30 minute episode sees host Imrie Morgan joined by a guest to discuss an issue that is limiting their personal or professional development – tune in to think about your problems in a new and thought-provoking way.
Last but not least, Second Life is a podcast which looks at career changes – at any age. Featuring interviews with guests such as actress Shay Mitchell and Instagram’s Director of Fashion Partnerships Eva Chen, this podcast is for those looking for that sign to make a change.
All Rights Reserved for Lauren Geall