Personal development is something everyone tries to work on and this is my favorite topic to learn and write about.
I love to read a good personal development and self help books or articles. After reading I have been trying out few self help podcasts that have became my favorite.
There are so many amazing and mind blowing motivational and inspirational podcasts out there that helps in personal development.
I love how I can get some free education while I am doing things like household activities, work out, getting ready in the morning or going to work.
In this post I have mentioned some of the self help podcasts that I have been listening for years and possibly count on through the period.
Over the years, I’ve came across this podcast that have worked for me.
We put number of hours in work, with our family, at home, and doing other daily responsibilities, it makes sense that after doing so much we are turning to self help podcasts to fine-tune our lives.
The podcasts are informative, engaging, relatable, and best of all, you can tune-into them whenever you have time.
And with topics ranging from anxiety and depression to grieving, addiction, and weight control, there’s a good chance you’ll find the right podcast that fits your needs. And the best part? We’ve done the digging for you!
All you have to do is grab a pair of headphones or turn up the volume and get ready to learn from some of the best self-help podcasts I have came over
If you want to become your best self, the most foolproof way to do so is to practice, as often as humanly possible, being that best version of yourself. And self help podcasts help us very much to do this.
After all, what we practice on a daily basis, we inevitably get really good at.
If we practice to be patience, we get really good at being patience in the passing time. If we want to be good at being loving someone then we should practice to love ourselves first and eventually we will start loving other.
We will be really good at loving and appreciating ourselves if we practice self love.
Self help podcasts are a miraculous outlet to the world of your highest, most profound self.
Anxiety and depression are the two most common mental health conditions that people are going through, with anxiety impacting more than 40+ million adults each year.
Despite the sheer number of people living with mental health issues, it’s not uncommon for many of us to feel isolated and alone.
To help feel more connected and less alone, consider listening to one of the self help podcasts.
Happier with Gretchen Rubin: Happier is from the first personal development podcasts that I have discovered and is still one of my favorites years later! Happier is hosted by Gretchen Rubin and Elizabeth Craft who are happiness and habits experts.
In each and every episode, they share hacks related to happiness and share advice that can easily be incorporated in your life.
They share the tips and stories from their listeners and lessons they learn in their own lives to the audiences so that they can also learn from it.
They also share many of the tips Gretchen writes about in her books such as The Happiness Project, Better Than Before, and The Four Tendencies.
Gretchen created The Happier Podcast to share her findings on happiness with the world. She is happier, and she wants you to be happier, as well.
Design Your Dream Life: The Design Your Dream Life is hosted by personal development blogger and life coaches, Natalie Bacon. Natalie is a former lawyer and financial planner who have been able to make living teaching high-achieving women to reach their goals.
In the podcast Natalie shares the lessons on how to accomplish the goals, mastering your mindset, making more money and how to build a business successfully.
She before was a lawyer and all of her knowledge comes from personal experience is the best thing.
The Lively Show: The Lively Show is a podcast hosted by Jess Lively and is designed to uplift, inspire, and help you add intention to every day.
Jess turned into a life coach from a business coach and business owner. I’ve been listening to The Lively Show for a while and it’s actually one of the helping self help podcasts.
She takes some topics that are a little woo-woo, like the law of attraction, flow, and intuition, are puts them on a level that even sceptics can get something out of.
I love that because the podcast has been around so long and Jess has gone through so many changes in her own life, the direction of the podcast has really changed and developed as her life has.
The Good Life Project: Created and hosted by Jonathan Fields, The Good Life Project takes a real-world approach and features embodied teachers in every facet of life, presenting their views and methods on living a better life.
All the teachers have tried and tested this system to integrating more meaning, connection, and love into life. And they are the best in their field of practice — from Buddhist philosopher and Professor Robert Thurman (father of Uma Thurman), to human guinea pig Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-hour Workweek and Tools of the Titans.
This self help podcasts will nurture your progress and novel your ideas from truly profound thinkers and doers.
On Purpose with Jay Shetty: Jay Shetty is a former monk and motivational speaker who have started his podcast name On Purpose to make wisdom go viral.
On the podcast he shares the most fascinating conversation of the most insightful people in the world.
He covers almost all the topics that need to be given some attention whether be it our love life, personal development, work life issues or financial difficulties he has got all that will make you feel better and understand certain things in some other perspective.
So definitely a must listen podcast in your list.
Life is a never ending self improvement game – whether it’s health, career guidance, lifestyle advice or just plain old inspiration…
Each episode will charge you up and give you the energy to lead life with positivity and a smile on your face.
The Gary Vee Audio Experience: Another podcast that you simply cannot pass up if you’re looking to dominate and get motivated.
Gary Vee has become a bit of a household name across the board with podcasters, but especially with those in the business and entrepreneurial world.
Hosted by entrepreneur, CEO, investor, vlogger and public speaker Gary Vaynerchuk, this podcast is an absolute must for so many in the entrepreneurial world, in part due to Gary’s engaging content.
Some people need to be told straight-up how to succeed, and that is Gary’s approach.
The main focus of the podcast is providing the listener a unique blend of interviews and talks on business and marketing ideas from some of today’s most notable thinkers and celebrities.
With appearances by celebrity guests like actress Jessica Alba and NASCAR driver Kyle Busch, Gary continues to dole out episodes that will have you taking out a notepad and going back to the drawing board to reconsider everything you thought you knew about the paths to success and winning in both the business and personal world.
H.E.R Space: H.E.R Space intends to give women of color a resource to inspire them through the conversation and how they so not consider themselves less than anyone around them.
H.E.R addresses universal issues, such as one’s life purpose, through a lens of a particular experience, how one needs to deal with certain issue or problem if they face it in real life and also make you aware what you are missing out in your life.
It’s a valuable and refreshing approach, as these existential topics often aren’t discussed on any platform alongside the nuances of gender or race and no one literally cares about this.
The Minimalists: Minimalism certainly is not a new topic in the personal development world, but Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are some of the thought leaders in the space.
On their website and through documentary they have demonstrated their expertise on the topic. On their podcast, they talk about living a meaningful life with less on Minimalism. They apply minimalism to all areas of their lives. Sure, they talk about owning less stuff.
But they also talk about applying minimalism to your diet, to your budget, to fitness, to your relationships, and more.
It’s a podcast that really encourages mindfulness and needing less in a society of more everything.
And there you have it. The most impactful, self help podcasts at your fingertips. Maybe these are new to you. If so, I’d encourage you to take some time and dig in to see what all of the hype is about.
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