5 Podcasts for 40-and-Older Entrepreneurs

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Looking for a different perspective, a dose of inspiration or new ideas you can apply to your business?  Give a listen to one or all of these five podcasts:

Business Schooled — Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of Initialized Capital and Reddit, travels to eight U.S. cities to interview boomer and Gen-X entrepreneurs and learn how they got their businesses off the ground.

How I Built This – Hosted NPR’s Guy Raz, How I Built This weaves a narrative journey about innovators, entrepreneurs and idealists – and the movements they built.  Some of the episodes feature late bloomers like John Foley, who founded the fitness company Peloton in his 40s.

Your Next AvenueA podcast about working after 50.  Host Richard Eisenberg, the managing editor of nextavenue.org, explores topics that range from “how entrepreneurs can find their target audience” to “making a career pivot after 50.”

Not Impossible – This podcast asks the question, “What if nothing in life is impossible?” Host Mick Ebeling, the founder of Not Impossible Labs, presents uplifting stories about people who have created technology for the sake of humanity.

Your Next Chapter Podcast – Angela Raspass is the host of this podcast especially for 40-and-older women who are current or aspiring business owners. The episodes feature interviews with women from around the world who are creating Next Chapter businesses and lives that are both personally and professionally fulfilling.

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About Lynne Strang

I'm a freelance writer who helps organizations and individuals meet their marketing and communications goals. I am also the author of "Late-Blooming Entrepreneurs: Eight Principles for Starting a Business After Age 40." To learn more, please visit my website: lynnebeverlystrang.com.
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