Top 3 Feminist Business Podcasts
Updated: Mar 17
While trying to find out how to build a feminist business from the ground up, I love listening to podcasts. They're such a great way to integrate learning into our hectic everyday lives.
These podcasts provide amazing free content on female entrepreneurs, building a business and creating the right mindset.
1. Caught Off Guard
I stumbled across the podcast "Caught Off Guard" by the brilliant Patricia Bright on Instagram a couple of months ago and I'm so glad I did. The podcast is currently on its second season but I also went back and listened to all the episodes from season 1 and I recommend you do the same! Each episode is jam-packed with practical knowledge on how to actually start a business and scale it up.
What it's about: Patricia Bright talks to her guests about business, money and life in a way that hasn't been done before. What makes her podcast special is that it tackles hands on issues and every episode will leave you inspired to follow in the footprints of Patricia and her brilliant guests.
What makes it feminist: Patricia and the inspiring people she interviews tackle juggling motherhood and work life, women's sexual and reproductive health and what it means to be a female founder.
2. Girlboss Radio with Sophia Amoruso
Even though I hate referring to grown women as girls, especially in the business world, I will make an exception for this podcast. Girlboss Radio is like a conference of the world's greatest female speakers turned into a podcast.
What it's about: Girlboss Radio is about female leaders in high-level jobs with globally recognised brands (definitely listen to the episode with Bozoma Saint John, CMO of Netflix) and trailblazing entrepreneurs (Michelle Phan's talk!).
What makes it feminist: Girlboss Radio is all about empowering women to step into their power as money savvy entrepreneurs.
3. Turn Your Followers Into Clients with Vanessa Lau
I LOVE Vanessa Lau. Her content is so on point, she manages to shift whole mindsets in less than 30 minutes. If you're thinking about starting a coaching business, she's definitely the one to follow. While I'm literally inhaling all her free content on the Turn Your Followers Into Clients podcast, Instagram and YouTube, I'm also saving up my coins to join her Bossgram Academy.
What it's about: In this podcast Vanessa Lau shares her learnings, successes and failures on her journey to becoming a 7-figure CEO and provides practical tips for inspiring coaches to follow in her footsteps.
What makes it feminist: While I actually wouldn't say the podcast is set out to be feminist or even targeted exclusively towards women, I would still count it as a feminist business podcast simply because of Vanessa Lau being the inspiring, female trailblazer that she is and by using her power to open doors for other women.