TBE Podcast Round-Up


We polled our TBE crew and pulled a list of some of our favorite podcasts that help keep our juices flowing and our mind learning from complex, thought-provoking topics to light-hearted stories.

Check them out below and don’t hesitate to recommend yours as well in the comments. We can never get enough of brilliant podcasts by equally brilliant people with mindfully brilliant perspectives.

Being Boss

No entrepreneurial topic gets left behind in this podcast co-hosted by successful independent business owners, Emily Thompson and Kathleen Shannon. Emily is the founder of Indie Shopography, a design and strategy studio for creative small business owners, and Kathleen is the co-founder of Braid Creative and Consulting, a boutique branding agency and consultancy.  Every week they offer up practical business advice along with inspiring tips for living well in the form of a fun conversation between friends, always with a good hit of humor.

Why We Tune In: So many reasons why! We like this duo A LOT. Their conversations sound a bit like ours particularly when it comes to branding, creative work/life balance, and how to own and value your ‘Being Boss’ self - and so much more. No matter where you are in your creative journey, you will find their insights helpful, and in some instances, applicable in a few or more areas of your life.

Dynamic Banter by Mike and Steve

Mike and Steve aren't just comedians from Los Angeles who think they need to be on another podcast together - they're friends. What started on the 'Cloverfeels' podcast continues here on Dynamic Banter. Each week Mike and Steve tackle a different topic on their way to 'The Commentarium' - a monthly, movie commentary episode.

Why We Tune In: If you want to laugh your face off at jokes that probably won’t make much sense, this is the podcast for you!

Good Life Project Podcast

Every week, Jonathan Fields shares inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and purpose-drenched life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday guests, every story matters.

Why We Tune In: Patsy is a longtime fan of Jonathan’s work and his exploration around “what it means to live a good life.” Jonathan is an outstanding facilitator of deep conversations and invites listeners to become curious about how they're choosing to live this human experience through listening to the extraordinary stories of others who have followed their hearts, challenged conventionality, and busted through the barriers of societal projections and self-limiting beliefs.

Jesus & Jollof by Luvvie Ajayi and Yvonne Orji

Jesus and Jollof is a podcast featuring Luvvie Ajayi and Yvonne Orji, two proudly Nigerian women (who have no behavior) talking about the things they love, their stories, and life in general. Luvvie is an award-winning writer and 15-year blogging veteran known for her razor-sharp wit, and her take on all things pop culture, race, media, and technology. Yvonne is best known for her role as Molly in the HBO series ‘Insecure’.

Why We Tune In: This dynamic pair is quite exceptional; their chemistry and energy are palpable. Their stories and experiences as Africans raised and living in the U.S. make Olivia feel right at home and completely seen.

Press Send by Chinae Alexander

Chinae Alexander, an entrepreneur and lifestyle personality, wants to hear about your problems. On Press Send, she’s fielding your questions and bringing her trademark honesty to the issues, big and small, that we all actually care about. Each week Chinae and a unique guest dish out advice about everything from dating to career to friendship. No question is too intimate and no topic is off limits—just press send.

Why We Tune In: This is a new podcast by one of Brittanny’s favorite Instagrammers. Each week Chinae answers listener’s questions with a special guest. Her amazing personality shines through, and additionally, Brittanny loves her approach to subjects that affect women in their 30s.

Rise Together

Rise Together podcast co-hosted by Rachel Hollis and Dave Hollis is more than just a conversation about their relationship. Each episode is filled with tangible advice that will get you and your partner to be the best versions of yourselves. Rachel Hollis is a #1 New York Times best-selling author of Girl, Wash Your Face, a TV personality, top motivational speaker, top podcast host, CCO of The Hollis Company and mother of four. Rachel was named by Inc. Magazine as one of the “Top 30 Entrepreneurs under 30” and she is deeply passionate about empowering women in business. Dave Hollis is husband to Rachel, father to Jackson, Sawyer, Ford and Noah and the CEO of the Hollis Company after a 17 year run as President of Theatrical Distribution for The Walt Disney Studios.

Why We Tune In: Brittanny and her boyfriend enjoy listening to this podcast together on the weekends and learning from their insights and tips on how to create an exceptional relationship.

The Unbecoming Podcast

In this podcast, host Phoebe Mroczek, explores the question, “what if the journey wasn't actually about becoming anything? what if it is actually about unbecoming everything we're taught we should be to step into who we truly are?” Phoebe delivers weekly honest conversations, meaningful insights and loads of fun.

Why We Tune In: As one listener wrote, "Unbecoming is part permission slip and part reminder to shed anything that you're not, to become who you truly are." Phoebe’s lens on the world, mirrors our own, as we also believe that when we approach building our businesses (and lives) as a reflection of who we are (in alignment with our values and how we desire to feel), more meaning, fulfillment, and connectivity is possible with the people we most want to serve.

Woke & Wired

Woke & Wired is a new conversation about expanded consciousness and entrepreneurship in the digital age. How can we harness the infinite possibilities of today’s digital world to create success, fulfillment and positive impact? And can our personal spiritual practice contribute to it?

Created by New York-based entrepreneur Ksenia Avdulova, this podcast was born out of a ten-year exploration of the possibility of living a spiritually rich life while using the Internet – specifically, social media – to create a life of freedom, connection, creative expression, and abundance.

Why We Tune In: In a world of digital overwhelmingness, this podcast puts much-needed perspective on what it means to live and do business from a place of consciousness and awareness. The conversations are open and honest, and a reminder that we are not alone in our daily challenges.

List off your favorite podcasts in the comments!