The time has never been better to be a teen entrepreneur. Not only is the online world exploding with opportunity, but creative teenagers can also create impressive brick and mortar businesses. While pursuing all these opportunities, make sure your teen keeps track of the effort and counts it on his homeschool high school transcript! Part of the “coursework” for an entrepreneurial credit can include listening to podcasts and implementing the strategies. Here’s my best list of podcasts for teen entrepreneurs.
General Podcasts for Business Ideas
The Side Hustle Show – This top-rated podcast is fun to listen to and will help you think outside the box for potential business ideas! As a result, each week you’ll get actionable strategies to apply to your business.
The Smart Passion Income Podcast – This podcast will take you behind the scenes to learn from successful entrepreneurs. Again, it will give you ideas and inspiration for a possible path forward for your teen’s own business idea.
Christy Wright’s Business Boutique – This podcast features the inspiring stories of women who are making money doing what they love. In addition to getting answers to common questions about business, you’ll learn what it takes to be successful.
Side Hustle School – This daily show tells a different story of side hustlers, including what went well and what they learned along the way. Because of this, you’ll get great ideas from this podcast and be able to learn from their mistakes before starting your own business.
Marietta Stories – This podcast tells the stories of the interesting people who live in Marietta, Georgia. Now, you may be wondering how this podcast would apply to you? It’s a great example of a local podcast model that your teen could start in your town. It’s easier to get the word out in the community about a local podcast. Plus local businesses would likely want to sponsor episodes as the amount of listeners continues to grow. So if your teen has considered starting a podcast, but just wasn’t sure of what topic they would cover, then this is a great model to use. We go into more details about this type of podcast in the Podcast Launch for Teens online course!
Marketing Your Business with Stu McLaren – This energetic podcast includes interviews with industry experts along with great marketing advice that you can use in your particular niche.
Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield– The strength of this podcast comes in its actionable steps that the host provides after each interview. The conversations with entrepreneurs will give you ideas, but the execution plans are what will make this podcast extremely valuable for would-be business owners.
Simple Pin Media Podcast with Kate Ahl – If you want to learn how to use Pinterest to market your business, then this podcast will give you all the insider tips and steps to make it happen.
Additional Resources for Teen Entrepreneurs
Finally, check out these additional resources for elective ideas, business inspiration, and how to start specific online businesses. Certainly download the Summer Business Brainstorm for Teens for additional help in this area!
- How to Teach Your Teens to Create Income Streams + FREE Elective Tracking Sheet
- Help Your Teens Start a Business
- 20 Ideas for Teen Entrepreneurs
- Creating an Interest-Led Elective for Your Teen
- Helping Your Teens Excel in the Innovation Era
- Selling on Etsy Masterclass for Teens
- eBay Reseller Mini Course for Teens
Abby is a former public school teacher, now homeschooling her five children. She’s in the trenches just like you and knows it can be challenging to be home with your kids all day while you struggle to keep up with the housework and educate your kids (and maybe even work on the side!). She blogs over at www.4onemore.com and hosts the Homeschool with Moxie podcast.
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