Very valuable resource for every entrepreneur. This is a series of lectures by legendary Sam Altman, given at Stanford in fall 2014. It’s a series of 20 video lectures, with links to transcripts, readings, and discussion forum.
Probably one of the most popular startup related podcasts. Jason Calacanis’ “This Week in Startups” interviews big names from startup / entrepreneur community twice a week. It’s really a valuable resource for young and aspiring entrepreneurs to get the latest info on what’s happening in the tech industry these days.
Another great podcast. Besides interesting episodes, where John Lee Dumas chats with today’s most inspiring Entrepreneurs 7-days a week, you can find podcast courses, podcast workshops, follow their blog (they post detailed income reports, which are very interesting) and more.
You can find details on how to listen them on the link above, the important thing to remember is they air every Thursday at 6:00 pm ET with a replay at 6:00 pm PT. We featured this radio here, because it’s a great way to pitch your startup to TC editors, investors, and TC radio’s audience – all at the same time. Details on how to apply can also be found on the link above.
See also: TechCrunch Gadget Podcast
Mixergy offers breathtaking amount of resoursces. Over 1110 interviews and 162 coursers. Founders of Wikipedia, Groupon, Yahoo! and countless others hosted courses to help you become a better entrepreneur. Some of this content is available for free, and some isn’t, but we still highly recommend this.
The New York Times described this man as a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk. He’s a best selling author and a successful entrepreneur. In each episode, Tim reveals strategies and tricks needed to run a sucessful busines. Some of his previous guest were Arnold Schwarzeneger, Tony Robbins, Neil Strauss …
Foundation is a video podcast hosted by Kevin Rose, founder of Digg. This podcast focuses on personal stories of startup founders and entrepreneurs. He interviewed a lot of big names, and you should definitely check this podcast out.
This podcast is, in fact, a series of interviews taken from live events. Most successful entrepreneurs share their thoughts on creating, developing and running a successful business. Episodes are added weekly. Some of the speakers are Dave McClure from 500 Startups, Chris Wanstrath from GitHub , Ryan Carson from Treehouse, Patrick Llewellyn from 99Designs, Kevin Rose from Digg …
Interesting podcast about earning (a passive income) from online business, hosted by Pat Flynn. Around 150 episodes so far. Besides podcast episodes, Smart Passive Income offers a lot of guides, revenue reports, tutorials on creating your own podcast and more. It’s certainly worth checking out.
Interesting podcast, more than 220 episodes so far. Mike Taber and Rob Walling host this startup podcast that reveals how can entrepreneurs and developers successfully launch a product. Episodes are added weekly.
Product Hunt is a big startup name in the Silicon Valley, and they launched their own podcast. New episodes are issued weekly and the host Ryan Hoover is discussing and reviewing interesting new tech products with founders and investors.
Another interesting show. Kyle Fox and Justin Jackson host the show that teaches you how to turn a great idea into an even better product. The show includes tips for entrepreneurs, interviews and more, so they’re worth checking out.
Interesting podcast hosted by Justin Vincent and Jason Roberts. They release episodes twice a week – one midweek interview episode where they interview interesting people, and one weekend discussion episode, where they discuss about tech, startups and other HN-like topics.
Great resourse to learn how to promote your product. Podcast is hosted by John Jantsch. With his guests, he covers various topics such as how to create incredible content, what is the importance of referrals, basic and best rules of sales and more.
You’ve probably heard about 500 Startups – Silicon Valley seed fund and accelerator, but maybe you didn’t know they host(ed) their own podcast. The last, 51st, episode was released on Oct 22, 2014, but nevertheless – their interviews with startup founders, influencers and entrepreneurs are great.
This podcast is a part of The Duke Entrepreneurship Education Series (DEES), program produced by Duke University for all graduate and undergraduate students, so they can learn about key concepts of entrepreneurship and venture capital.
This was an interview-based podcast hosted by Adam Stacoviak. There are 50 episodes, each about an hour and a half long. Although the last episode was released in september 2013, you can browse through some interestig material, so if you have time, give it a try.