4 Podcasts That You Should Be Listening To

I not only produce podcasts, but I listen to them too.

In fact, when I still had my 9 to 5 job I listened to the Internet Business Mastery Podcast every single weekday for a year, sometimes repeating certain episodes 5 or 6 times in a row. I never had any intention of doing business on my own at the time, but it was just something that really intrigued me and I enjoyed it. And of course, for those of you who know my story, I was eventually laid off and it was the year of listening to IBM that gave me the inspiration and drive to do business for myself online.

Now that I work from home and have a baby in the mix, I don’t have quite as much time to listen to podcasts as I did before, however I do try to make time for it and I’m more selective of the particular episodes that I listen to, based on their description.

Below you’ll find a list of some of my favorite podcasts that I’m currently subscribed to. There’s a lot of great content and inspiration in each of their shows.

Internet Business Mastery

Internet Business Mastery PodcastI’ve already mentioned how often I listened to Sterling and Jay as they became a part of my daily routine. They have a great chemistry on the show and talk about a wide variety of internet business strategies together, based on their own experiences. An awesome 113 shows deep (and counting), they are living proof of the power of building a successful online brand specifically with a podcast.

BlogCast FM

BlogCast FM PodcastBlogCast FM, run by Srinivas Rao and Sid Savara, is one of my most recent additions to my podcast playlist. Each episode is a very informative interview and they do a great job of asking the right questions to get the most out of their guests. What I truly love about the show is that they don’t just interview the big names, but the small names too, which not only gives small timers a chance to gain some exposure, but it allows the listener to learn something new in a totally different perspective.

Foolish Adventure

Foolish Adventure PodcastI was first introduced to Izzy Hyman and Tim Conley’s show about a month ago when they had me on for an interview, and since then I’ve really enjoyed listening to some of their most recent podcast episodes. Each episode is very easy to listen to (they’ve got great podcast voices) and the show isn’t just about online business and marketing strategies, but it refers back to lifestyle and breaking free from “the norm” as well.

Mixergy

Mixergy PodcastMixergy is the mother of all interview style business podcasts.

With well over 300 of some of the world’s top entrepreneurs (people like Tim Ferriss, Gary Vaynerchuk, and Tony Hseih), host Andrew Warner investigates and uncovers some truly inspirational stories and unmatched business advice. He knows exactly what questions (and follow-up questions) to ask and I’m always waiting to see who he interviews next. He has an iTunes feed, but I actually like to watch the interviews on the blog instead since they are mostly done with video.

I would love the opportunity to one day speak with Andrew and I’m working hard to get to that point.

As far as favorite episodes, it’s very difficult to choose because there are so many, but here are a few:

These are my top 4 podcasts at the moment, but here are a few other shows that deserve a mention as well:

There’s a lot of great content being produced in the podcasting realm, so if you’re at the gym, on a drive or just taking a walk, why not get the most out of your time and listen to a podcast too?

Any of the above-mentioned podcasts are recommended, and of course you can listen to my own podcast here on the blog or on iTunes as well. So far the podcast has seen over 300,000 downloads and it has a 5 star rating in iTunes. Thank you all so much for your support!

Which podcasts do you listen to?

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    I completely agree about Mixergy. A very solid and inspiring podcast…bringing out tons of various ways that people have “made it”. Andrew is an excellent interviewer, and always seeking to get even better. My only beef is that the MP3 files are WAY too large for a spoken-word podcast. Not good for those of us who lives with 8GB iPods, and especially as often as he posts new interviews.

    I can’t handle Internet Business Mastery. They seem like knowledgable (and nice) guys…and I know they helped you a lot. But the insipid commentary and constant thrum-drum of “buy THIS to suceed” (rather than giving out hardly any real useful information) caused me to switch them off sometime back.

    Thanks for the tip on the other two. They look interesting.

    • http://webbyhq.biz David Allen

      I agree with you there, Chuck on the IBM guys, the gems of good info in the podcast are well hidden.

      I listen to Foolish Adventure and glad that I found Pat on one episode from the Izzy and Tim pair. Like Tim says they do meander a bit.

      Next trip out walking the dog I will give Mixergy a listen. I am looking forward to it after your comments.

  • http://prowebsitetraffic.com/ Stephen

    Hi Pat,

    Great list. One thing I want to do more of in 2011 is listen to podcasts such as the ones you’ve highlighted (and yours of course!). It makes a change from listening to talk radio or music, and you can learn while you work.

  • http://FoolishAdventure.com Tim Conley

    Pat, thanks for the kind words and telling your audience about us. Though you forgot to provide the warning, “Tangents and Meandering Conversations Ahead.” ~ t

  • http://internetbusinessmastery.com Sterling

    Wow, thanks Pat! We need to talk, BTW… Also, I love hearing about your son walking today, that is sooo cool!

    • http://smartaffiliateincome.com/ Chris Green

      You guys deserve it Sterling. Pat mentioned your course is ace as well.

      • http://www.internetbusinessmastery.com Sterling

        We put all our tricks and strategies into it, so I’m glad he liked it!

  • http://byderekj.com Derek Jensen

    Pat,

    I’ve greatly enjoyed the work that Andrew has done (loved the Oatmeal interview) and some of the interviews on Blogcast FM.

    My home though for podcasts happens to be at 5by5.tv where Dan Benjamin has created numerous amounts of shows that vary on many different topics relating more to the tech, geek, mac realm of things but he is expanding. The Pipeline show is one where he goes in-depth with a particular individual who has proven themselves and I must say Dan does a fantastic job. Nothing short of quality.

    I’m certainly finding myself listening to more of these podcasts for my entertainment. But, for strict, fun entertainment I have to watch DiggNation with Kevin Rose and his buddies. Additionally, Kevin Rose has released a new podcast that strives to bring out the deep secrets and character of people behind certain startups. (called Foundation).

    Go podcasting!

    • http://FoolishAdventure.com Tim Conley

      I agree. I like 5by5 because the conversations are more technically dense along with discussions on the meaning of online trends.

      • http://byderekj.com Derek Jensen

        Tim, when did you first start listening to 5by5?

        • http://FoolishAdventure.com Tim Conley

          In November ’10 with the interview of Gary Vaynerchuk. Then I checked out several other shows on the site.

    • http://www.whatdoestonydo.com Chef Tony

      thanks for 5by5.tv…looks promising! Kevin Roses new one sounds cool too…

      • http://byderekj.com Derek Jensen

        Dan Benjamin is surely leading a revolution for internet broadcasting with 5by5 and I’m glad I discovered it!

    • http://bluerize.com Nathan Hangen – Digital Emperor

      Agree on 5by5 and Dan Benjamin. That guy is a true professional. I’m also a huge fan of This Week in Startups with Jason Calacanis.

      I do love when Andrew has real startups on Mixergy, rather than some of the info product and internet marketing people.

      • http://mixergy.com Andrew Warner

        Most of my guests are founders of software companies, but occasionally I feature porn stars or online marketers or spammers because I want to learn business from as many angles as I can.

        • http://bluerize.com Nathan Hangen – Digital Emperor

          You do a great job Andrew…I’m amazed by your consistency in finding great people to bring to the table. I listened to Paul Graham and Jessica Livingston last night and was getting pumped :)

          I imagine that it can be difficult to keep that going, especially doing so many interviews per week.

          By the way – porn stars? I need a link – sounds like I’ve missed an interview that I’d like to watch.

        • Matt Goldman

          haha I love it! I remember listening to one of your interviews and thinking your guest was VERY spammy in many of his marketing techniques. But I love this perspective, and it was cool to see what was working for his company (any why it was working even though it was kind of trashy). Keep it up.

  • http://msafi.com MK Safi

    I love your podcast when you’re solo. I’m up to date with it.

    For real Internet marketing and online business tips and tricks and absolutely zero fluff, I like:
    * Smart Passive Income Podcast
    * The Lifestyle Business Podcast: These guys are cool, geeky, smart, and down to earth. They share their successes and failures very openly — just like Pat.
    * Internet marketing podcast by Site Visibility: This one can feel a little underwhelming at times, but the amazing stuff they share every so often keeps me hooked.

    • http://www.lifestylebusinesspodcast.com Dan

      Sweet! Thanks man :D

  • http://www.fitmarriage.com Tony DiLorenzo | Fit Marriage

    Thanks for sharing these podcasts Pat. I’ve been listening to the first two for some time, but will have to go check out the other two as well. Having started an interview podcast I’m always interested in learning from those that have been doing it for some time. It’s great to hear how they conduct their shows.

    Hope to get you on The Fit Marriage Show in the future.

    See you next week.

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    My other beef with so many podcasters is that they ONLY take the time to make their podcasts available thru iTunes. Those of us moving our podcast-listening to Android systems (especially with DoggCatcher…Google’s Listen app still sucks) are SOL. Every serious podcaster needs a completely separate RSS feed just for their podcasts!

    • http://www.torontowebsitedeveloper.com Peter

      Chuck, just saw you comment after I saved mine and YES – all bloggers, PLEASE create RSS feeds with your podcasts. You’re killing us android users.

      And agreed, Google Listen sucks. I’ll have to check out DoggCatcher.

  • http://www.torontowebsitedeveloper.com Peter

    It’s not really business related and unfortunately they aren’t being produced any more, but the LSAT Logic in Everyday Life podcast was one of my favorite. I mention it because you can still download the episodes and listen to them. Don’t get sidetracked by the reference to the LSAT, the logical breakdown of arguments is pretty awesome.

    Additionally, anyone know a good way to organize / automate downloading podcasts to Android devices? I’m still looking for a good way of keeping up to date on podcasts with my galaxy tablet…

    pete

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    I just discovered DoggCatcher myself two days ago. I think it’s 6 or 7 bucks, and highly configurable. So far, I’m quite impressed. I wish it had a sleep timer on it, but I haven’t found one yet. Still getting comfortable with it.

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    Yaro Starak also does a nice job of interviewing and boiling things down to their essentials. His podcast is hard to find in iTunes and doesn’t have a separate RSS feed.

    Mark Mason’s is good as well, but again…no separate RSS feed.

    Dale, McPherson, Colligan and Terry on Internet Marketing This Week (apart from that intolerable theme song!) have a fairly high density of good info on a wide range of topics…although they don’t always explain the genesis of their topics. It’s always an interesting listen.

  • http://www.hedberg.biz/index_en.php Henrik Hedberg

    Just what I was looking for! I drive 2 hours almost daily and listen to podcasts and e-books, but it is hard work to find the gems, when you browse iTunes. Thanks!

  • Francisco

    Hi Pat,
    Thank you so much for the list of podcasts! I am always looking for more quality shows to listen to, and suggest to my wife, so I am excited to try these out :). Another really good interview show that has more of a web-starters/biz slant, is “The Pipeline” over at 5by5.tv.

  • http://www.hectorjcuevas.com Hector Cuevas

    Hey Pat,

    I got hooked to the BlogcastFm Podcast a few months ago and I’m always looking forward to their interviews. I have to go check out Mixergy, since you’re calling it “the mother of all interview style business podcasts.” that’s enough to get me to look.

    Thanks for the mention man, I really appreciate it. I got a long way to go to reach 300K downloads, but well on my way.

    Thanks again
    Hector

  • http://Www.virtualbusinesslifestyle.com Chris C. Ducker

    Very nice to get a mention here, Pat.

    Thanks, buddy!

    Great times with the little one walking, too. Awesome memory for all three of mine that one!

    Thanks again.

    Chris

  • http://www.fitnessbusinessinterviews.com Erik R

    Hey Pat, you know what is weird? I just listened to one of your podcasts, and was wondering what podcasts you listened to. Then you posted this. Very strange.

    Anyway it was good to see who your following. It was you, Andrew from Mixergy and Mike Senoff, that inspired me to get my interview/podcast site off the ground.

    So thank you for the inspiration. Looking forward to your next podcast.

  • http://increasingworkplaceproductivity.net Bojan

    Thanks for this Pat, I am also frequent podcast listener, this is something to refresh my Google Listen subscription list. I also recommend these 2 RSS podcast feeds:

    http://twit.tv/tnt – for tech news with Leo Laporte
    http://automatemysmallbusiness.com/ – These guys are inspired by Tim Ferris 4 hour workweek

  • http://diyblogger.net/ Dino Dogan

    Thank you for this list. An endorsement from you is good enough for me, Ima go subscribe to these right now.

  • http://www.whatdoestonydo.com Chef Tony

    Pat, great list here, will be checking out…podcasts are so addictive, but key for us all with our knowledge gained is to take action, that’s my mantra for 2011…

    Keep doing what you do! (we’re listening, reading and watching…)

    Ciao!

  • http://realizedreturns.com Jaymus (RealizedReturns)

    Awesome. I am always looking for good podcasts to subscribe to as I travel/commute a ton and my iPod is nothing but podcasts.. thanks for the suggestions.. will be checking them all out.

  • http://chefgeneman.com Philip Geneman

    great list thanks Pat. I mostly listen to your podcast but I am going to listen to these too.

  • http://healthhomehappy.com Cara

    Thanks for sharing what you like, Pat! I hadn’t even heard of any of these, so I have lots to keep my ipod full now.

  • http://ihs-ihs.com zack

    Hi pat, Hopefully you get great day!

    I just wondering how much blog that you read for a day? you always can give great free information to me (and all of the readers).

    Thanks!

  • http://wilsonusman.com Wilson

    Looks like I’m late to the party, man people run to comment on your post. I love that! Great resource post, I didn’t know about Foolish Adventure. I’ll have to listen to them when I’m on the car.

  • http://thestealthreinvestor.com Steph

    Great stuff! I am a huge fan of podcasts and I hadn’t heard of the last 3, so I added them to my iPod.

    Thanks,
    Steph

  • http://www.theaffiliatejourney.com/ Ian – TheAffiliateJourney

    Thanks for sharing these Pat. I just listened to the Chris Pearson & Matt Mullenweg at Mixergy. Was awesome, I wouldn’t want to be trying to tell Chris “no” in any circumstance.

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    I had the same thought after listening to that interview, Ian. I thought…after stuffing that stupid Hello Dolly plugin down our throats all these years, he CERTAINLY shouldn’t be objecting to Chris’s desire to do things his own way! ;-)

    • http://www.theaffiliatejourney.com/ Ian – TheAffiliateJourney

      Agreed :)

  • http://www.ledcome.com Eugene

    Pat I liked the content of Internet business Mastery…but I found it difficult to listen to. I dropped them a note regarding the fact that because of their compression and editing software it sounds like they never take a breath when talking. I have absolutely no idea why I find that so disconcerting but I do. Thanks for keeping your podcasts real!

  • Rick

    Excellent suggestions! Given any thought to recommending your top 5 video subsriptions. I enjoy your how to on youtube

  • http://www.megabizflakes.com Samuel

    Awesome podcast Pat. I’ve never listen to anyone of them before, and that’s a lot of work to do :) nevertheless, it’s the information that matters. I will check them out. Thanks so much bro!

  • http://www.formalmaternitywear.net Ola

    Great list, Pat! OMG where would I be without podcasts.

    I love yours BTW – I’ve been a listener since day 1! I also love IBM with Sterling and Jay – they, like you, keep it so real and I really appreciate that. I loved Mark Mason’s podcast but he hasn’t done one for a while. The whole late night entrepreneur thing really resonated with me. Someone else mentioned it above but I also really enjoy Internet Marketing This Week – which is not weekly btw :-)

    I’m going to check out some of the ones you mentioned right now (just opened iTunes) :-).

    Thanks Pat! You Rock!
    P.S. So excited about your son walking – congrats!!

  • http://www.youngprepro.com Onibalusi Bamidele

    This is awesome Pat and here are some really great additions to my list.

    I’m already subscribed to Mixxergy and I’m sure the other ones will be worth my time.

    You’re my hero when it comes to podcasting and you’re featured in my next guest post on Problogger (next Friday). I’ll sure be subscribing to the others.

    Thanks so much,
    -Onibalusi

  • http://unlockthedoor.net Stuart

    Awesome, truly awesome. My mouth is watering at the prospect of all this information!

    Congrats on your son as well Pat, it’s a special time watching them grow and develop :-)

  • http://webbyhq.biz David Allen

    I will certainly be subscribing to the podcasts you have mentioned. I already listen to the Foolish Adventure. In fact that is where I first heard you talking.

    I have listened to your podcasts, all of them at least twice. Some really good information gleaned form some of them.

    As a podcaster myself I love listening to podcasts especially when I am out walking the dog. Great to be getting useful information at the same time as getting the fresh air. Both of which help me write better articles.

    It is thanks to you I have embarked on a new business of writing articles and I am following your back linking strategy. I used your links to buy Market Samurai, Unique Article Wizard and The Best Spinner. I have nearly 30 articles in InfoBarrel written – over 17,000 words so far.

    I am still learning as I go and will continue to follow your Blog and Podcast.

    All the best David Allen
    WebbyHQ.biz

  • http://www.investparttime.com Brett

    Hey Pat,
    Thanks for putting these up. I’ll check out the first three. I already listen to and love Mixergy with Andrew, and I’m actually going to meet him this week (hopefully!) at a meetup here in DC. I have a lot of respect for the guy, and I think his interviews are among the best I’ve heard. I love the one with Gary V.

    Brett

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    Unfortunately, it turns out that Blogcast FM doesn’t have a separate RSS feed for their podcast, either. Please, podcasters…there is a signficant audience who no longer uses iTunes. Cut us a break! ;-)

  • http://www.camerashyclasses.com Ingrid

    Thanks Pat

    I love listening to Podcasts during the day when I’m running around after my 2 yr old – Lots of inspiration and ideas that keep me going to naptime – her naptime that is!

    Ingrid

  • TrafficColeman

    I listen to Andrew Podcast very often..he have wonderful guest who give great info on whats working in to days market..

    BTW Pat..Can you can contact me on my contact page..Its very important..I need your help.

    “Black Seo Guy “Signing Off”

  • http://www.lifestylebusinesspodcast.com Dan

    Thanks Pat I love all these podcasts, especially IBM and Foolish Adventure.

  • http://www.symptomsofptsd.org Colin Harrison

    Another top post Pat, thanks for the insight. Will certainly give IBM a shot as it was so inspirational to you. I’m going to need a longer commute to work at this rate!

    Cheers!

  • http://lauraroeder.com Laura Roeder

    Glad you liked my mixergy interview Pat! I love these podcasts as well (along with some new ones for me to check out). Imagine if every one stopped watching to the news and filled their time with these podcasts instead?? Really easy way to surround yourself w success!

  • http://mixergy.com Andrew Warner

    Thanks for the link.

    Your site is incredibly popular. Your fans are hitting my site and it’s fun to see them.

  • http://foolishadventure.com Izzy Hyman

    Pat-

    Thanks for telling folks about us. So cool that we’re listening to each other’s shows. I wouldn’t miss an episode of your show.

    You’re doing great work, for sure!

    All the best,

    Izzy

  • http://superbadinternetmarketing.com SuperbadIM

    I hate BlogcastFM…but only because every time I go there, I get hooked on all the great interviews. They really cut to the chase and talk about what it takes to succeed. Now, I just download the podcast and listen during my workouts.

  • Welner

    Thanks Pat,

    Now I’ll have something new to listen to. I was running out of podcast to listen to since I’ve already listen to all the BMI episodes as well as escaping 9 to 5 in like a week.

  • Allen

    Pat, awesome list. Thanks again for sharing all that you do. I know you’ve heard it a million times now but what you do is truly inspirational. I thought I’d share a few podcasts that I believe others would enjoy as well as the ones listed above.

    1. Internet Marketing Podcast by SiteVisibility.com (UK) – fantastic stuff, one of my favorites
    2. Internet Marketing for Smart People – by CopyBlogger – he goes into a lot of detail about internet marketing, psychology of people, how to improve blogs, etc.

    Like Chuck’s comment, I can’t quite get into the Internet Business Mastery. The guys do seem to be helpful and provide some useful information, but it seems like 75% of the show is selling and/or rambling. Nothing against them, just wasn’t my cup of tea. If I’d have to list all in order of my favorites, they’d probably be:

    1. Smart Passive Income
    2. Foolish Adventure
    3. Internet Marketing Podcast
    4. Internet Marketing for Smart People

    On a side note – this may seem like a ridiculous question – but how in the world are all the pictures being displayed next to these comments when there’s no place to set up a profile or an avatar?!

    Again, thanks for this site and all your useful information.

    • Allen

      Nevermind on the avatar thing – I viewed the image source and saw it was coming from gravatar.com – never heard of it. WIll be setting up an account now! :-)

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    I think you’ll find your avatar solution here:

    http://gravatar.com/

    Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t. I just went back and re-did mine the other day and it seems to be working again now.

    • Allen

      Awesome – thanks man.

  • http://ChuckBrown.com Chuck

    After a week with DoggCatcher, I’ve discovered that its a mess. Instead, I’m now using BeyondPodcast. Same price…WAYYYY more intuitive.

  • http://www.wealthyaffiliaterevolution.com Mark | Wealthy Affiliate Revolution

    Awesome Pat! Added them all! Up until now the only podcast I was listening to was Joe Rogan’s. It’s nice to listen to some light-hearted irreverent humor at the end of the day to escape the rigors of the day.

    BTW, I use doubletwist to search for podcasts on my Droid X (which pulls from itunes) but I can’t seem to find yours. I can find it if I do a Google search but not through doubleTwist. Just thought you should know in case you have any android followers.

  • http://homebasedfreelancer.com/ Lee Cole

    Wow! Great post! This is something that I’ve only started to get involved in. I have one podcast, Dan Miller’s, that I’m a regular listener to, but up until now, nothing else. I’m definitely going to check these out. Question, though. I spend all of my time working. (I’m a freelance writer and local SEO.) When do you get the time to listen to all this stuff?

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    Dan’s podcast is one of my favorites.

    Personally, I listen when I work (I don’t watch much TV), when I drive, and when I’m going to sleep.

    It’s like they say: “you’ll find the time for the things that are important to you”.

    • http://www.stockchartreader.com kate

      Agree on Dan Miller’s podcast. He gives a lot of specifics about resources and steps to take. I also appreciate his more spiritually-based encouragement toward lifestyle design (although he never uses that term). His son Kevin does a decent podcast, too, “Free Agent Underground.” It has a Christian and family slant, even more so than Dan’s, but Kevin is also encouraging and sometimes very blunt in his advice, which is nice.

      • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

        Interesting. I didn’t know about his son’s podcast. I’ll check that out! I also like Dan’s perspective on “lifestyle design”. Seems much less self-centered than Ferriss or Corbett Barr. It’s a little closer to something I would find appealing and accessible, anyway.

  • http://www.mynotetakingnerd.com Lewis LaLanne

    The Internet Business Mastery guys impressed me when I saw them at Jeff Walker’s “Product Launch Manager” seminar.

    Their business was chosen to get a hot seat done by Jeff as a demo to the crowd of what you want to look for in a business that you’d want to assist with their launch.

    What they’ve built and how consistently they’ve built it has been impressive to me. And, they wowed the hell out of Jeff too while on stage.

    You’ll definitely want to follow those guys. They’re on to something!

  • http://www.findyourpeak.com Sean Mathena

    Thanks for the suggestions Pat! I have listened to the Lifestyle Business Podcast for a while and love it. I will definitely check these others out.

    • http://www.lifestylebusinesspodcast.com Dan

      Balla! :D

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  • http://vagabondians.com Glenn Dixon

    Glad to see Andrew made your list!

    And if you are looking for something from a pure entertainment angle, check out Andrew’s sister’s podcast – one of the top comedy podcasts. I think Andrew handles a lot of the technical back-end for their site:

    http://katg.com

    • http://vagabondians.com Glenn Dixon

      I should clarify – Andrew’s brother Michael is the one who does the technical work for katg.com – my bad…

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  • http://simplylearnbusiness.com Nick

    I have listened to most of these and honestly yours beats all of them. At least in my opinion. Maybe, you just speak to me better. I don’t know. But I basically only listen to yours now. I might start looking for more.

  • http://chuckbrown.com Chuck

    I’ve been listening to Foolish Adventure. Initially, I thought it was a lot like Internet Business Mastery…since a lot of the patter between the two seems similar…but I’ve really been enjoying the content. It feels like these two really know their stuff (as clearly do Sterling and Jay…though their style just doesn’t appeal to me personally)…but they also hand out some solid usable stuff with each show. This one is a long-term addition to my stable of podcasts. I’ve also listened to several episodes of Blogcast FM, and the content seems good. But I haven’t quite gotten into the rhythm of it yet. My Droid just went south…so I moved to a Verizon iPhone 4 earlier this week…and I’ve also been able to re-add Mark Mason and some of the others who didn’t provide non-iTunes RSS feeds.

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  • http://ebusinessbeginner.com Daniel

    I started listening to Internet Business Mastery after hearing about it on the smart passive income podcast and I think it is a great podcast. As a matter of fact I learned so much so far from listening to Pat that when I heard him mention going through the academy I decided to give it a look and ended up signing up for it myself.
    Pat, this website has been a huge inspiration and help to me. Since I found this on iTunes I’ve started my own site documenting my progress through the academy and starting my own niche businesses at http://ebusinessbeginner.com and I also just started a home security website after completing module 2 of the academy at http://homesafetypro.com .
    Keep the great content coming man, I look forward to each new post and podcast.
    I hope you don’t mind me plugging my sites.