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'StartUp' documents what it's like to start a business

'StartUp' documents what it's like to start a business

Starting a business is no small venture. There are many pitfalls and key decisions along the way that can lead to success or failure.

Here's a documentary podcast about the challenges of the entrepreneurial life.

"StartUp" has traced the start of Gimlet Media (which produces this podcast) and has followed the stories of several other businesses and their founders. The process from concept to reality is full of nuances, and "StartUp" captures them.

Now, "StartUp" is on its seventh season and tracking the story of a group of pastors and their families who are starting a church. "StartUp" says this series highlights "a movement of people trying to disrupt one of the oldest, most bureaucratic institutions in history: The Christian church."

"StartUp" is available by subscription on Apple Podcasts, Breaker, Google Play, iHeartRadioOvercast, Pocket Casts, RadioPublic, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn and through an RSS feed.

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Kim Komando's podcast site, PodcastK, features several shows with news you can use. Here's a sample of the Consumer Tech Update podcast:

It's easy to subscribe! Just click the iTunesGoogle Play or Spotify links to subscribe via your smartphone, or download individual episodes on your computer by clicking the “Download” link in the bottom right of each episode’s summary.

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