Nov 24, 2016 11:16 AM EST
Having an MBA gives you a lot of work opportunities after graduation. For one, it increases your marketability because of the added knowledge you have. Your market value further increases when you get your MBA from a prestigious business school like Wharton. On the other hand, getting an MBA can incur a lot of debt since tuition cost a lot. However, there is an alternative to get the same knowledge from an MBA degree without taking much of your time and money. That alternative is none other than podcasts. Here are 4 leadership podcasts where you can find a wealth of MBA wisdom and knowledge.
Where else can you get MBA insight other than an MBA holder? The $100 MBA podcast is hosted by Omar Zenhom, who went to Wharton and later founded the WebinarNinja, a platform that conducts webinars. Zenhom shares his entrepreneurial insights on a daily basis in short and punchy episodes.
EntreLeadership is one of the best leadership podcast founded by New York Times bestselling author and radio host Dave Ramsey. Ramsey invites different thought leaders and entrepreneurs from various industries to share their insights and wisdom to listeners. However, it is not just about business but about life as well. EntreLeadership has currently more than 8 million downloads.
The Side Hustle Show
The Side Hustle Show is a good starting point for those who are aspiring to be entrepreneurs or those who are looking for business ideas. This podcast can be a big help to those who are looking for insights in case they want to transition from their nine-to-five job to becoming a full-time entrepreneur. Some of the guests talk about how they started their own ventures, problems they have faced, challenges of a startup, and many more.
Unemployable is hosted by Brian Clark, the founder of Copyblogger. He was among the first to profit from the content marketing industry. His company, Rainmaker Digital, is now worth $12 million and helps digital marketers through the integrated technology platforms and services they offer.
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