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Patrick Dwyer, Merrill Lynch leading financial advisor on podcasts executives should listen to.

If you’re a business executive, your career is likely a big part of your life. So how can you enhance it? There are podcasts to help with work-life balance, podcasts to teach you about entrepreneurship, podcasts to help with delegation and organization… whatever you want to learn, there’s a podcast for it. Plus, podcasts are a great way to get inspired and excited about the future!

HBR IdeaCast

This podcast is put out by staff members of the Harvard Business Review. Editorial production members interview leading management and business moguls to talk about how they make their lives work. The editing is superb, and you’ll never be bored. It’s a journey of scientists, journalists, and business professionals with decades of experience under their belts.

The podcast is sorted into the marketing and management section, but that feels like an undersell. You’ll learn a lot more than that. It doesn’t matter whether you’ve just taken on your first corporate position or you’re the CEO of a Fortune 500 company — the information here has value for everyone.

Girlboss Radio

Girlboss Radio is a podcast hosted by Sophia Amoruso. If you’re an executive who wants to hear more from high-powered women in business, this is the perfect choice for you! The show follows conversations with women who have been at the forefront of leadership and innovation.

You’ll hear about the strategies women used to create and grow their businesses, or how they leveraged their skills into corporate positions with massive room for growth.

And better yet, it’s all entertaining. You get to laugh, cry, and grip the edge of your seat as you wait to hear what happened next.

The NfX Podcast

If you’re an executive at a new startup company, this is the podcast for you. It covers mostly practical topics like customer onboarding, setting your prices, fundraising, and deciding whether or not to sell a company.

Though the content is a little more dry, it’s also a podcast that gives you the valuable information you won’t learn elsewhere. You can consider it a training guide for the corporate helm.

Between these three podcasts, there’s something inspirational for executives across all industries and walks of life!