There is a podcast for almost every topic and industry. If you are a financial advisor looking for some of the best podcasts to listen to on the go, check out these podcasts.
“Financial Advisor Success Podcast” – Hosted by Michael Kitces
Michael Kitces is highly knowledgeable and many would argue this is the No. 1 podcast for financial advisors on the planet. The show focuses on helping financial advisors create and build their businesses. Michael dives deep into every aspect, getting to the heart of the benefits and challenges of building an advisory firm. Kitces distills these topics with the help of his guests.
“Experiments in Advisor Marketing” – Hosted by Taylor Schulte
Taylor Schulte was recently named the No. 2 financial advisor in the U.S., and is the founder of Define Financial, a San Diego-based fee-only financial planning firm. Schulte’s “Experiments in Advisor Marketing” podcast is exactly what it sounds like. His experiments include spending tens of thousands of dollars on print ads, hiring a Harvard data specialist to run Facebook Ad campaigns, and so many more. He’s probably experimented more with marketing in the last five years than most other financial advisors would in their lifetime. Schulte brings his marketing tactics and experience to his podcast. Taylor is a client of ours and we’ve helped him create some of the assets he uses in the experiments he shares on the show.
“The Perfect RIA” – Hosted by Matt Jarvis and Micah Shilanski
Jarvis and Shilanski teach that time is the most valuable asset for financial advisors and a healthy work-life balance is the key to a great life. They offer ways to run a successful financial advisory firm while also making time for family and travel. If you’re looking to build a highly profitable business without working 80 hours a week, this podcast is for you.
“Between Now and Success” – Hosted by Steve Sanduski
Steve Sanduski is a professional coach for financial advisors, bringing his wealth of knowledge to his podcast. As a CFP® with many years of experience in the financial services industry, Steve interviews high achievers and visionaries. He has worn many different hats during his career, and now focuses on running Carson Group Coaching, with over 1,000 financial advisor coaching clients.
“Retirement Starts Today” – by Benjamin Brandt
This podcast is not specifically for financial advisors but it’s a great example of how a financial advisor can leverage their own podcasts to get more clients. If you’re a financial advisor who wants to learn to podcast to get clients, Ben’s podcast is an excellent example of how to do it right. Ben is also a client of ours, and we helped him launch his podcast and create a lead-generating strategy for it.
“Good Financial Cents” – Hosted by Jeff Rose
Another example of podcasting done right. Jeff originally created this blog “Good Financial Cents” to get more leads for his firm. Since then, it has grown into one of the most popular personal finance sites on the internet. Many consider him to be one of the best content marketers in the financial niche. We helped Jeff set up his website for success.
The following podcasts aren’t specifically for financial advisors. But they are excellent resources for practical tips to help you be more effective and efficient.
Tim Ferriss’ podcast is one of the most listened-to podcasts globally. He interviews top minds from various industries, including the financial world, distilling their processes down to extract the tools, tactics, and routines that you can use for success. He regularly interviews the top financial minds in the industry, asking insightful questions that financial advisors will find incredibly useful.
“The Ed Mylett Show” delves into how the top people and performers in various industries have found success, sharing their journeys and experiences with listeners. There are a wide variety of guests on the show, including many who have found success in the financial industry.
If you are looking for ways to be more productive, or squeeze more out of the time you have, you’ll love David Allen’s podcast. “Getting Things Done” is all about personal productivity methods that can help you be more effective.
Podcasts are a fantastic way to get a ton of information on the go. If you’re looking for great new podcasts to listen to, definitely check these out!
Now that you are in the know about existing podcasts for financial advisor, have you considered having your own podcast? Podcasts are a great tool to build authority. If you worry about how a podcast can “fit” into your existing business, the sub-brand strategy is a great way to have more fun with your podcast and still convert listeners into clients. Learn how to set up a conversion strategy for your business here.