By Thomas Laurinavinctus - BLOGGER
Podcasting is becoming the new way of entertainment and self-development for designers and creative entrepreneurs. While companies and individuals are slowly moving to this medium there are already established and noteworthy shows you don’t want to miss.
In this compilation, you will find 10 unconventional podcasts for designers and creative entrepreneurs. Topics range from productivity, leadership, startups, creativity to tech, art, lifestyle and will definitely inspire you to take action.
Pencil vs Pixel is a podcast hosted by a designer Cesar Contreras. It’s a compendium of stories, advice and insight by inspiring creative voices of today.
Being Boss is a podcast hosted by Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon for creative entrepreneurs to get your business together.
The Smart Passive Income podcast hosted by Pat Flynn is one of the top-ranking business podcasts in iTunes. Pat talks about blogging, business and how to create multiple passive income streams.
Invisible Office Hours is a weekly podcast that playfully explores the intersection of creativity and commerce, hosted by Jason Zook and Paul Jarvis.
A show about the people who design our favorite products. Numerous of valuable episodes with designers, creatives and entrepreneurs.
Nice To Meet You is a show by Tobias van Schneider. It’s a personal conversation based podcast with makers, builders and no bullshitters.
Hack To Start is a podcast hosted by Franco Varriano and Tyler Copeland. The show is focused on interesting people and the innovative ways they achieve success.
The Unmistakable Creative is a podcast that features happiness researchers, ex-cons, peak performance psychologists, graffiti artists, best-selling authors and overall inspiring people.
Rocketship.fm produces awesome interviews with entrepreneurs published twice a week. Topics include product development, funding, bootstrapping, sales and growth.
Product People is a podcast focused on great products and the people who make them. Podcast hosts Kyle Fox and Justin Jackson interview designers, startup founders, makers, builders and bloggers.