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10+ Podcasts Highly Recommended for Landscape Business Pros

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We recently asked some of the most successful landscape and green industry professionals to give LMN their top podcast picks for 2020 and beyond. We found what inspires landscape business owners to tune into other industry experts and out to some of the world’s most renowned entrepreneurs. Thanks to the internet and being stuck at home, our world is now both larger and smaller than ever.

So when the rain is coming down or if you’ve got your headphones in on the job, tune into one of our top picks for podcasts for landscape entrepreneurs.

Landscape Disruptors

Landscape Disruptors podcast

Produced by the business minds behind LMN’s landscaping business management software company, the Landscape Disruptors podcast kicks off on August 11th, focusing on industry knowledge and what it takes to grow a successful landscaping business.

Turf’s Up Radio

Turf’s Up Radio

Turf’s Up Radio is the only radio station dedicated to the green industry where you can find daily live shows and home to podcasts, including The Executive Lounge and Profits Unlimited. The station covers live events from across the country for green industry professionals, by green industry professionals. Guided by a group of guys with decades in the business, Turf’s Up provides live coverage of green industry events and serves as the go-to for industry news and insider tips on the products, services,and technologies that matter to you. Weekday shows include The Morning Show, Car Pool, Morning Pump Station, The Drive Home, Keeping Up with Mr. Jones, and Night Cap. Weekend shows include Weekend Review, Landscape Tech, The Green Veteran, The Water Zone and Raise The Mic.

How I Built This

How I Built This podcast

Each episode of NPR’s “How I Built This,” uploaded every other day, takes listeners on a deep dive as host Guy Raz tells the stories behind some of the biggest business names. Raz, who has been heralded by the New York Times as “one of the most popular podcasters in history,” meets with the minds behind some of the world’s most successful start-ups to help create a picture of what a good idea can become with hard work and a little know-how. As one reviewer put it, “So inspiring that it will make you think that you can do anything you put your mind to, so take a breath after listening to each episode before quitting your day job.”

Green Industry Podcast

Green Industry Podcast

The Green Industry Podcast combines green industry knowledge with business savvy to guide those looking to launch or grow their business. According to the reviews of the daily podcast, it works. As one listener wrote, “I plan to start my own landscaping business within the next year and Paul’s Podcast has tremendously been eye-opening.” When it comes to the green industry, host Paul Jamison knows his stuff firsthand from nearly ten years owning his own landscaping company. Like any good business owner, Jamison is always bringing other green industry experts onto the show to get fresh perspectives and new ideas.

Joe Rogan Experience

Joe Rogan Experience

If you’ve managed to go this long without having someone recommend the Joe Rogan Experience, allow us. Hosted by comedian Joe Rogan, this daily podcast is famous for its conversational style and wide range of topics. The show, which frequently tops three hours long, may have a laugh-out-loud interview with Bob Saget one day and an in-depth exploration into UFO journalism.

The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show often ranked #1 business podcast on Apple, takes guests from investing in the arts to break down the fundamentals of success. Some of the many prominent names who have jumped on the weekly podcast are Tony Robbins, LeBron James, Jamie Foxx and Malcolm Gladwell. Dubbed, “the Oprah of audio” by The Observer, host Tim Ferriss is an early-stage technology investor/advisor and New York Times bestselling author listed in the 2016 Fortune’s “40 under 40.”

The Way I Heard It

The Way I Heard It

Hosted by Dirty Jobs’ Mike Rowe, The Way I Heard It begins each episode with the phrase, “the podcast for a curious mind with a short attention span.” In these 10- to 20-minute weekly podcasts, Rowe tells true stories with a mysterious twist. In topics like “Supreme Court Justice ate fresh bull testicles to impress a girl” and “The President evacuated the White House on a bird,” Rowe’s theatrical storytelling brings the most unbelievable stories to life. “In less than 12 minutes, Mike’s voice will grab and keep you,” one reviewer wrote.

The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience is a high-energy daily podcast devoted to entrepreneurship and personal development that covers topics like the importance of optimism when viewing risk and how to lead with empathy in business. Host Gary Vaynerchuk is a man with many hats, including entrepreneur, CEO, investor, vlogger, and public speaker. Earning 4.9 stars on Apple, The GaryVee Audio Experience reaches listeners across the world with an interest in developing their entrepreneurial skill set.

Snow Talk with SIMA

Snow Talk with SIMA

Snow Talk with Sima is a monthly podcast produced by The Snow & Ice Management Association, a North American trade association for snow & ice industry professionals. The show is dedicated to connecting snow and ice management professionals and exploring leadership, operations, workflow, and life in the snow and ice management industry.

Beyond the To-Do List

Beyond the To-Do List

In Beyond the To-Do List, host Erik Fisher talks with guests about getting things done using tools and tricks to optimize productivity and prioritize work flow. This weekly podcast guides listeners toward a balanced and dynamic approach to both day-to-day tasks and long-term projects in less than an hour. In the words of one listener, “Pick any random episode, and you’re sure to kick your butt into gear and stop procrastinating.”

In recent years, podcasts have emerged as an accessible and easy way of connecting with a broad audience on particular topics. With over a million active podcasts available to listeners in 2020, there are endless opportunities to listen and learn. There are countless hours of content from green industry business strategy, to entrepreneurial inspiration, to just downright meaningful conversation that can both entertain and lead to career advancement.

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