Our Favourite Freelancing Podcasts

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Improve Your Freelancing Career With Podcasts

Every freelancer knows that their knowledge level and business growth can always improve. To stay competitive and to have a successful freelancing career, you not only need to stay on top of your skill development but also learn how to run a business. A great way to do this is to tap into a community of freelancers that can offer tips and advice. Some of those communities can be found in the podcast arena. We love podcasts. Working from home can be fun but also a little lonely. You can feel a little disconnected from the rest of the workforce. Listening to podcasts helps to fill that void. At the same time, they often help to further your education in your niche area and offer good advice on growing your business.

We have compiled a list of some of our favourite podcasts which range from tips to just general support and community networking.

The Freelance Podcast

The name says it all. This podcast is all about the world of freelancing. Paul Jarvis’ weekly freelancing podcast goes over the ups and downs of trying to make it in the freelance world. There will definitely be topics that will resonate with every freelancer no matter what level or niche. It really helps to know that you are not alone in some of your struggles. There is a question and answer aspect that allows for any listeners to send in their questions so if you have questions about your freelance business, connect with this community and get some answers.

Freelance Lift

If you are just at the beginning stages of your freelancing career then this one is for you. This podcast will help you take things from side hustle to earning a salary that makes you feel like you have a financially successful career. The hosts are former freelancers who have made the transition to the top level and want to tell you their story. The shows are short, to the point and carry advice and guidance from freelancers that have made it.

Double Your Freelancing

Brennan Dunn wants your to double your freelancing. For real. This podcast is all about getting you to a higher level of income and staying there. He will teach you everything you need to know. Great advice and definitely worth the listen.

The Solopreneur Hour

Freelancers are solopreneurs. Successful freelancers know that they are a business and work towards building their business in order to have lucrative and rewarding career. In this podcast you will learn how to transform into a successful solopreneur. Everything from marketing funnels to mastering your social media. There is a wealth of information here and if you follow their advice you will be on your way to having a great freelancing career in no time.

Smart Passive Income

Passive income is a somewhat of a new term but it has been the secret behind many successful freelancers for years. Learning how to create passive income streams will helps you get through the ups and down of freelancing. Learning how to implement affiliate marketing, blogging and even starting your own podcast will help you gain a lot of control over your financial future.

The Introvert Entrepreneur

Launched in 2010 and hosted by Beth Buelow, ACC, the podcast is a lively space for conversation, learning, and sharing. The focus here is of course on freelancers that are introverts and the challenges that arise when you need to market yourself in order to get clients and grow your business.

The Growth Show

Hubspot puts out great content. Their blog is so informative and this podcast doesn’t disappoint. As the name suggests, this podcast is all about growing your freelancing business.

Social Media Examiner

Social media is a powerful tool for freelancers. From marketing yourself to assisting your clients, having good working knowledge of social media is an asset. This is by far our favourite social media podcast. Host Michael Stelzner teaches you everything you need to know and helps you stay on top of this rapidly evolving space.

The Freelancer’s Show

The Freelancers' Show discusses the challenges that freelancers face. The panel includes technology freelancers and entrepreneurs. Lot’s of great topics that are curated just from freelancers.

Freelacne To Founder

For those of you that want to think big, this one is for you. This podcast focuses on transforming your freelance career into something much bigger.

There you have it! What did we miss? Let us know what are your favourite podcasts by connecting on social.

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