Top 75+ Podcasts To Help Improve Your Life, Finances, Business, Health & More
Podcasts have quickly become an increasingly popular medium to consume information on-the-go across every category imaginable. Whether you’re looking to learn or just be entertained, there are podcasts to match every type of person or desire. Free, insightful and engaging these 75+ podcasts to help improve your life provide enough content to stack any playlist.
From Personal Finance podcasts, to Knowledge & Learning podcasts, History podcasts, Health & Fitness podcasts, Business & Marketing podcasts and Travel podcasts, there are shows for every occasion no matter the mood or what you might be searching for.
Whether you’re looking to optimize your finances, improve your business, fine tune your diet, get a knowledge value bomb every day or laugh out loud, rest assured there is a show for you.
No matter how big or small it might be, these 75+ podcasts can help improve your life.
ChooseFI, hosted by Jonathan and Brad, is a 5-star, A+ personal finance podcast focusing on the financial independence route. Their guests include all of the PF industry’s leading bloggers, podcasters and thought-leaders. It’s a must listen. Start at episode 1 and run through the whole library.
The great FIRE Drill Podcast hosted by J of Millennial Boss & Gwen of Fiery Millennial. The pair have had a broad range of guests on to discuss topics from financial Independence, real estate investing, blogging, travelling and much more. The show was nominated at the 8th Annual Plutus Awards for Best New Personal Finance Podcast.
The man, the myth, the legend – the Mad Fientist. His first guest back in 2012 was none other than Mr. Money Mustache…and he hasn’t looked back over the next 40+ episodes. While the number of podcasts over that almost 6 year period isn’t staggering, the quality is. Just download all of the episodes and jump on for the ride.
Part of the OLD (Optimal Living Daily) podcast collection, Optimal Finance Daily brings listeners the best content from blogs focused on personal finance. It’s essentially a “Blogcast” as the narrators read blog posts from experts and popular authors from the finance community.
The almost 500 episodes are short in length, generally 6 – 9 minutes and released each weekday.
Andy Hill hosts this great podcast focused on delivering actionable advice to help listeners with their money. The episode discussions cover the whole cross-section of finances: income generation, side hustles, saving, investing, financial independence, real estate, travel rewards and much more.
Afford Anything hosted by the great Paula Pant! From real estate and travel to investing and building your own business, this podcast runs the gamut. Paula is most often joined by an industry expert or thought leader on a specific financial topic and the value just rolls from there. Paula also has Q&A episodes where she provides advice and insight into specific problems or opportunities her listeners are experiencing.
Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday, hosts Joe Saul-Sehy & OG bring financial goodness to the airwaves. Check out the show’s accolade from 2017: Academy of Podcast Winner for “Best Business Podcast of the Year” and Plutus Award Winner for “Best Personal Finance Podcast”. Bravo! It’s fun, engaging and valuable, dive right in and you’ll be hooked.
The man behind PT Money & creator of FinCon – the well-respected, Phil Taylor. Currently sitting at 50+ episodes, Masters of Money features PT interviewing experts from the world of Personal Finance, FIRE & Investment. Each interview delivers great value and tactical takeaways to help you start to take control of your finances. No new episodes have been released since December 2017 but hopefully PT gets it going again.
Hosted by Chris Peach, creator of The Awesome Money Course, the Money Peach podcast features various discussions and interviews with other members of the personal finance world. Topics range from debt elimination, travel hacking, side hustles and more.
What I enjoy most from Chris and his guests are the key takeaways and actionable steps they provide listeners in each podcast episode.
Another short-form personal finance podcast hosted by Grant Sabatier of Millennial Money and Matt Zubricki of Distilled Dollar. Each episode centralizes around one personal finance theme and their show list has now passed 250 episodes.
This podcast has really helped me shift my money mentality with the quick hitting discussion.
As described by Deacon, it’s all about getting you from where you are to where you want to be when it comes to your career, money, and lifestyle. Deacon interviews people from all walks of life and careers who love what they do for a living.
I am a big fan of Deacon’s blog Well Kept Wallet and his podcast keeps that high-standard he’d set with his blog.
Hosted by Andrew Fiebert & Thomas Frank, Listen Money Matters is a down to earth podcast that delivers actionable tips from all levels of personal finance knowledge. From debt, side hustles, real estate, tax and everything in between, the show has something for everyone.
I’d only started listening 4-5 months ago but have gone back through and binge listened the library.
The podcast hosted by Shannah Compton Game, an award-winning millennial financial strategist, Certified Financial Planner Professional and author. Millennial Money features wide-ranging personal finance topics and also a weekly travel episode with her husband every Tuesday.
From NPR, the Planet Money podcast is a long-standing show with 800+ episodes covering all topics related to personal finance and the economy.
Most episodes fall within the 15 – 25 minute range so it’s easy to binge listen to them if you’re trying to get a better grasp on a specific topic…or listen to all of them!
Over 215 episodes dedicated entirely to personal finance. I’ve gained a lot of knowledge from this podcast on retirement planning, investing and financial independence.
Hosted by Peter Dunn, Personal Finance Expert and author, Peter welcomes one person per episode on a quest to make them a millionaire. He digs deep into their financial life, fixes problems, and lays-out a detailed plan on how to accomplish their goals
Hall of fame member of the top 75 podcasts to help improve your life – Dan Carlin’s Hardcore History. Dan takes a DEEP dive (I am talking 5 – 8 hour podcast series) into some of the most iconic people, eras and decision in mankind’s history.
It’s amazing. Like really amazing.
…really, really amazing.
This show has the highest quality narration, production and drama I have ever listened to.
The description from his website says it all….Malcolm Gladwell is the author of five New York Times bestsellers — The Tipping Point, Blink, Outliers, What the Dog Saw, and David and Goliath He has been named one of the 100 most influential people by TIME magazine and one of the Foreign Policy’s Top Global Thinkers.
His podcast Revisionist History examines a unique piece of history – event, person, idea – and analyzes whether we got it right the first time.
And he’s Canadian!
This show doesn’t need much description – every weekday TED Talks Daily shares the latest talks and discussions from their events around the world directly to your earbuds.
So many topics, so much knowledge, so much inspiration.
Hosted by Charles Bryant & Josh Clark, Stuff You Should Know is a fun one from How Stuff Works. You know those questions you ask yourself; how does [BLANK] work?
More than likely Stuff You Should Know has answered that question in one of their episodes dating all the way back to 2008.
Another podcast from How Stuff Works. The podcast is just as the title states – stuff you missed in history class. The 20-45 minute episodes bring you an easy to digest historical account of key historical people, moments and anomalies.
The 4th and final member of the OLD (Optimal Living Daily) podcast family on our list is the original show from the network.
The ‘Blogcast’ features the best content on personal development, minimalism, productivity, and more, read directly from the blog post to your earbuds.
Sam Harris is the author of five New York Times bestsellers.
His writing and public lectures cover a wide range of topics—neuroscience, moral philosophy, religion, meditation practice, human violence, rationality—but generally focus on how a growing understanding of ourselves and the world is changing our sense of how we should live.
The podcast follows suit and really questions the human mind, society, and current events. It’ll get you thinking, I promise.
Hosted by Stephen J. Dubner and Steven Levitt, co-authors of the best-selling “Freakonomics” books. Each week, hear surprising conversations that explore the riddles of everyday life and the weird wrinkles of human nature—from cheating and crime to parenting and sports.
From NPR as described the website, Hidden Brain helps curious people understand the world – and themselves. Using science and storytelling, Hidden Brain reveals the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, the biases that shape our choices, and the triggers that direct the course of our relationships.
Sometimes this podcast scares me, the clinical dissection of how we as humans make decisions…are we robots?!
One of my all-time favourite podcasts since it launched in late 2013. Hosted by Nick Loper of Side Hustle Nation, this podcast is for anyone out there looking for business ideas, actionable tips to start a business, and killer strategies on how to turn their side hustle dreams into a growing business.
This is a must listen podcast if you want to make some extra money, take your business to the next level or start improving your life.
I guarantee you will binge listen. 5 stars and on the hall of fame for the top 75 podcasts to help improve your life.
The award winning podcast hosted by John Lee Dumas where he interviews inspiring and successful entrepreneurs 7-days a week.
Dumas is really engaging and brings the best out of his guests – their story, characteristics, lessons learned and key recommendations for aspiring entrepreneurs.
1,900 episodes and counting, including interviews with Tim Ferriss, Gary Vee, Seth Godin and so many more.
As described by host Steve Chou (read his story here), The My Wife Quit Her Job Podcast is an interview based show where I bring in small business entrepreneurs who are killing it online. But there’s a twist. All of the entrepreneurs on my show bootstrapped their businesses and started their own ventures to improve their lifestyle in some way.
This is another great podcast that profiles a wide range of entrepreneurs from diverse industries and specialties.
Hosted by the respected, successful and inspiring Chris Guillebeau (another NY Times best-selling author), the Side Hustle School podcast releases daily episodes and has passed 360 episodes.
Similar to The Side Hustle Show, this podcast shares the stories of entrepreneurs and provides listeners with meaningful examples on how to side hustle and earn extra income.
1,500+ interviews and counting with successful business founders and thought leaders across every industry imaginable.
Host Andrew Warner digs deep into the successes and failures of the guest in order to provide key lessons and resources for the listener.
This podcast has been in my ears since 2010.
This podcast was recommended to me by a friend in 2015 and after listening, I was surprised it hadn’t crossed my path yet given it launched in 2009 – it is awesome!
Dan Andrews and Ian Schoen share the stories of entrepreneurs, primarily focused on online business. A common theme weaved into the story is travelling and being a digital nomad.
Great inspiration for those of us who hope to one day have that remote living lifestyle with our careers or businesses.
A podcast from Gimlet Media hosted by Lisa Chow & Alex Blemburg (CEO of Gimlet) that focuses on getting your idea, business and income stream off the ground.
It’s a valuable resource for both digital and bricks and mortar entrepreneurs.
Polished, quality production and a variety of topics covered across the 90+ episodes.
From iTunes: “From way-new medical breakthroughs to smart daily health habits, doctors and researchers share their discoveries about medicine and well-being onstage at the TED conference, TEDx events and partner events around the world.”
105+ short-form episodes of highly-engaging, knowledge-dropping content from the world of TED. I find the episodes an easy listen and they always get my mind racing on diet, medicine, brain power, human capabilities and the future.
I first got introduced to the host Dr. Rhonda Patrick on the Joe Rogan Experience Podcast. I was really impressed and decided to search out more…and there it was, her own podcast: FoundMyFitness.
A Ph.D. in biomedical science, Dr. Patrick focuses the show on increasing health, well-being, cognitive and physical performance through deeper understandings of biology.
So many knowledge bombs on nutrition, fitness and productivity that will improve all areas of your life.
The 3rd member of the OLD (Optimal Living Daily) podcast family on our list of the top 75 podcasts to improve your life – Optimal Health Daily.
The format is the same, the narrators read blog posts from the most respected and popular health, wellness and fitness blogs around. The show is closing in on 400 episodes and the short form length will let you binge listen on the topics you wanted to dive into.
Another host I was introduced to by the Joe Rogan Experience – Dave Asprey.
The iTunes description tells the story of this podcast: “Bulletproof Executive Radio was born out of a fifteen-year single-minded crusade to upgrade the human being using every available technology. It distills the knowledge of world-class MDs, biochemists, Olympic nutritionists, meditation experts, and more than $1M spent on personal self-experiments.”
There are 450+ episodes now ranging from 30 minutes to 2 hours, check out the show listings and download a few that intrigue you.
Nutrition Diva host Monica Reinagel shares quick and easy to digest tips on improving your diet and life. It’s an easy listen and the seeds will slowly be planted in your mind on how you can better your nutrition.
28 million downloads and counting!
Best-selling author and ultra-athlete Rich Roll hosts an amazing show that takes a deep dive with the world’s most renowned fitness experts, doctors, nutritionist and countless other specialists.
Guests include Lance Armstrong, Tim Ferriss, David Goggins, Guru Singh and more.
Hosted by Dr. Jesse Chappus & Marni Wasserman, the show brings on health and wellness experts from around the world to discuss tested and true habits to improve your life. Topics include nutrition, superfoods, fitness, meditation, and spirituality.
While Chalene hasn’t released a new episode since November (at the time I am writing this), she does have an archive of 260+ episodes focusing on diet, fitness, personal development and more.
She has in-depth discussions from experts in their fields – supplements, nutrition, weight loss, genetics, etc.
The man, the myth, the legend – Mr. Gary Vee. Constantly ranked in the top iTunes podcasts, the GaryVee Audio Experience is a daily show that brings Mr. Vaynerchuk’s expertise, passion and charisma to your listening pleasure.
From keynotes speeches around the world, to 1-on-1 interviews with the world’s biggest entrepreneurs and personalities, to fireside chats and more…it’s a beast.
You will be inspired, challenged and educated. Another member of the top 75 podcasts to help improve your life hall of fame.
Another juggernaut – you know the name and have likely listened to his podcast plus his read books. An award-winning show (3 time ‘Best of iTunes’) with over 200 million total downloads and perennial #1 ranker on iTunes. As described straight from iTunes:
Tim Ferriss is a self-experimenter and bestselling author, best known for The 4-Hour Workweek, which has been translated into 40+ languages. Newsweek calls him “the world’s best human guinea pig,” and The New York Times calls him “a cross between Jack Welch and a Buddhist monk.” In this show, he deconstructs world-class performers from eclectic areas (investing, chess, pro sports, etc.), digging deep to find the tools, tactics, and tricks that listeners can use
Tim’s newest podcast that aligns with the name and purpose behind his 2017 best-selling book Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World.
The podcast follows suit as Tim interviews and seeks out knowledge from the world’s best and most respected leaders in various aspects of life and business.
From Bear Grylls to Whitney Cummings, there’s something for everyone.
James is an author, hedge fudge manager, angel investor…and so much more. His book Choose Yourself is recognized as one of the best business books of all time.
His podcast delivers that same standard and then some. Featuring interviews and open discussions with investors, entrepreneurs, athletes, authors and so many more…it’s a must listen for inspiration, advice and learning.
And another member of the Business podcast Mt. Rushmore – Pat Flynn and his Smart Passive Income show.
Pat shares his journey from humble beginnings to savvy entrepreneur and businessman, featuring marketing strategies, passive income ideation, automation tactics, authority building and overall best practices.
Pat also interviews some of the best is business, including Gary Vee, Tim Ferriss, Ramit Sethi and more.
Noah is the head of Sumo.com, plus a former employee of Intel, Facebook and Mint. His podcast Noah Kagan Presents features interviews with some of the world’s best CEOs, entrepreneurs and innovators.
From bloggers, musicians, digital geniuses and beyond, the guests across the first 50 shows have been great. They also vary from the frequent guests you hear across most business podcasts, so it’s nice to hear some fresh and different stories.
A member of the OLD (Optimal Living Daily) podcast family. Optimal Business Daily follows a similar path as it’s family members – ‘Blogcasting’ blog posts from some of the most recognized blogs in the business community.
Short in length but plentiful in valuable learnings across the business blog world. From Neil Patel to Ramit Sethi, the narrators share practical and actionable content.
Hosted by Neil Patel (neilpatel.com & quicksprout.com) and Eric Siu (growtheverwhere.com & singlegrain.com), Marketing School brings you 10 minutes of actionable marketing advice every single day. Get the right tips to take your business to the next level and get to work right away.
From the latest trends and strategies in social media, SEO, lead generation, influencing and more, it’s a hard-hitting must listen for anyone in the marketing or entrepreneurial space.
Hosted by Michael Hyatt, the podcast is a great resource on marketing, leadership, writing and fundamental skills to refine your business or work process.
The show went on a hiatus for almost a year from Dec 2016 – Oct. 2017, but it’s back now with a new Lead To Win title.
I will be back listening and hopefully you will be too!
The Fizzle Show is a podcast for creative entrepreneurs and honest business builders who want to earn a living doing something they care about.
Focusing on modern business essentials, self employment, motivation, productivity, audience growth, blogging, podcasting, content marketing and work-life balance.
Fun, positive, informative, actionable and enjoyable – I’ve had Fizzle in my podcast rotation since 2014.
Hosted by Rick Mulready, the Art of Paid Traffic focuses on the best paid traffic tips, tactics and strategies for lead generation, conversions and sales.
From Facebook and YouTube ads to retargeting and analytics, Rick helps bring his expertise to life for your listening pleasure with 170+ episodes of knowledge bombs.
Hosted by the great Amy Porterfield, I’ve listened to all 190+ episodes. I will let iTunes describe the show:
How do I start an online business? Grow my email list to thousands of subscribers? Sell more and grow faster? These are just some of the big questions that leading online marketing strategist, Amy Porterfield, digs into on the top-ranked Online Marketing Made Easy Podcast.
Featuring insights from A-List online marketing experts (Russell Brunson, John Lee Dumas, Rick Mulready, Marie Forleo, etc.) as well as mini marketing masterclasses and step-by-step guides, each episode is designed to help you take immediate action on the most important strategies for starting, scaling and automating your online business.
As described on iTunes, “inspirational, intimate and disarmingly-unfiltered conversations about living a fully-engaged, fiercely-connected and meaning-drenched life. From iconic world-shakers like Elizabeth Gilbert, Brene Brown, Sir Ken Robinson, Seth Godin and Gretchen Rubin to everyday guests, every story matters.”
A gem of a show from the Wondery Podcast family.
Gretchen Rubin, the #1 bestselling author of The Happiness Project and Better Than Before, gets more personal than ever as she brings her practical, manageable advice about happiness and good habits to this lively, thought-provoking podcast.
Every Monday is a “Little” episode (quick story or tip) and then Wednesday is the weekly longer form episode featuring discussions and interviews with experts on various topics.
The founder of Onnit, a company all about life, mind and bodsy optimization, Aubrey Marcus hosts this great podcast focused on betterment, wellness and mastering your life.
World-class guests include Lance Armstrong, Jamie Foxx, Gary Vee and countless other doctors, MMA fighters, actors, musicians and lifestyle hackers.
It’s an amazing show and I was first introduced to Aubrey on the Joe Rogan Experience.
From the infamous Joshua Fields & Ryan Nicodemus, The Minimalists.
The show focuses on, you guessed it, minimalism. Featuring interviews, life lessons and actionable takeaways – it’s another podcast that will really shift the way you think of consumerism, material goods, living, purpose, relationships and so much more.
This podcast is hosted by the author of the best-selling book, 10% Happier, and key member of the ABC News family Dan Harris.
As described by Dan, he talks with smart people about whether there’s anything beyond 10%. Basically, here’s what this podcast is obsessed with: Can you be an ambitious person and still strive for enlightenment?
Lewis Howes is a NY Times bestselling author, lifestyle entrepreneur, former pro athlete and world record holder in football. In his words, the goal of the School of Greatness is to share inspiring stories from the most brilliant business minds, world class athletes and influential celebrities on the planet to help you find out what makes great people great.
Hosted by Erik Fisher, this is a podcast I’ve only recently started listening to. The show dates back to 2012 and has a library of over 210+ episodes.
Erik has great, in-depth and value driving discussions with people who specialize in productivity and living a meaningful life. For anyone looking to improve their productivity in their personal lives, careers or any area of life, it’s an amazing resource.
Case studies, key learnings and interviews with successful bloggers and online entrepreneurs from the blogging legend himself – Darren Rowse (creator of two 5-million readers per month blogs: Digital Photography School & ProBlogger).
From finding your voice, growing your audience and driving revenue, the topics cover the foundations of blogging.
Hosted by Pete McPherson, Do You Even Blog? is another great resource for bloggers and online entrepreneurs.
Sometimes lighthearted but always knowledgeable, rewarding and inspiring, the show features deep dive interviews with some of the biggest names in the blogging world.
If you want to learn best practice strategies for email marketing, content generation, social media growth, finding your avatar, engaging your audience and so much more, I recommend you give it a listen.
The Blog Millionaire is a shorter form show that focuses on a key topic of blogging and online business each episode: SEO, social media marketing, writing productivity, email marketing, website management and so much more.
Hosted by Brandon Gaille, who turned his blog to 1 million monthly visitors in less than two years, the episodes are straight to the fact lessons and guides to drive improvement.
The technicalities of blogging can be overwhelming – themes, plug ins, CSS, security, maintenance, etc.
Host Dustin Hartzler breaks down the essentials of building a high quality, well performing WordPress website by teaching you the skills and tools to master the platform.
While not overtly a blogging specific podcast, the Ann Kroeker Writing Coach show is an amazing tool for anyone that is looking to improve their creative writing, storytelling, blogging and ability to clearly share their thoughts.
As described by Ann, these writing podcast episodes offer practical tips and motivation for writers at all stages. I keep episodes short and focused so writers only need a few minutes to collect ideas, inspiration, resources, and recommendations to apply to their work
This podcast will get you inspired to dust off the old luggage or backpack and hit the road.
From travel hacking, shoestring budgets, digital nomads, adventure travel and everything else in between, host Jason More from Zero To Travel shares his own stories from 15+ years of travel and interviews guests from all walks of life.
The Extra Pack of Peanuts Travel Podcast is hosted by Travis Sherry, a serial entrepreneur and world traveler. This podcast will teach you everything you need to know to travel more and spend less.
From interviews with some of the world’s most famous travel names, like Chris Guillebeau, Bruce Poon Tip, AJ Jacobs, Chris Christensen and others to specific travel advice on how to use frequent flyer miles, score cheap hotels, pack like a pro, and travel on a budget, this show does it all
Hosted by two New Zealanders and full-time travellers Craig and Linda Martin. The podcast brings you on the road as the two of them travel around the world while sharing their stories, tips, tricks, and interviews with other travelers.
Dubbed The Best Travel Podcast by Lonely Planet!
Almost 600 episodes focusing on specific locations around the world – from Cape Town to the Arctic Circle, the show has an episode on almost every location a traveler could envision visiting.
If you’ve got a trip coming up or just want to start research and learning about a specific region, this show will help.
Taken from the show’s iTunes page: “The Abroaders Podcast is about leveraging international travel for explosive personal growth and business development. Each episode is packed with actionable tips and insights on travel hacking, language acquisition, entrepreneurship and living abroad.
Travel is not something you do while on vacation; It is an investment in the skills and connections that will give you an advantage for the rest of your life.”
The podcast was a finalist for Best Travel Podcast at the 2015 and 2016 People’s Choice Podcast Awards, The Budget-Minded Traveler podcast is a trusted source for the inspiration and practical tips that make international travel accessible to everyone.
I binge listened to a bunch recently as I’ve been trying to gather more information on travel hacking, flight sourcing and all the travel tricks of the trade.
A weekly interview show that profiles stories of everyday people who left their normal lives and jobs behind to pursue a life of travel.
Over 100 episodes that feature a broad collection of different travelers – shoestring budget-wise adventurers, RV owners driving across America, single mothers hauling their kids overseas and plenty of other unique guests.
Comedy. Fitness. History. Human Biology.
Hunting. MMA. Astrophysics. Conspiracies.
And a dozen other topics have been discussed. I only put Rogan’s podcast under the Humor title here because that’s the category it’s listed in on iTunes.
It’s one of the most prolific, respected and listened-to podcasts ever and it’s a sure-fire member of the top 75 podcasts to help improve your life hall of fame.
I’ve been a day one listener to Bill Burr’s Monday Morning Podcast since it launched in early 2011. From epic rants to hilarious stories from his travels around the world going from stage to stage performing his comedy.
I’ve always been a Burr fan. And always will be.
One of the OG’s of podcasting and most iconic names on the iTunes charts, Marc Maron. Maron started WTF in 2009 and has been a consistent provider of amazing interviews and content since.
Similar to Rogan it’s listed in the Comedy category but it’s hardly pigeonholed into that even though Marc is a prolific stand-up comedian with decades of stage experience.
Past guests include BARACK OBAMA, Conan O’Brien, Al Gore, Robin Williams, Keith Richards, James Franco and hundreds of others across the 875+ episodes.
Ari takes a deep dive on a specific topic that his guest either has experience or expertise in…plus he mixes in a hundred jokes, anecdotes and asides in each episode.
This show might not be for everyone but some of the topics discussed and revelations shared extend well outside the world of humor and comedy.
This is a podcast I stumbled across randomly after clicking on it in the “Listeners also subscribed to” section on iTunes. Essentially it’s a design podcast focusing on…I can’t describe it eloquently so let me allow a combination of their website and the iTunes description do it:
99% Invisible is about all the thought that goes into the things we don’t think about — the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world. With over 150 million downloads, 99% Invisible is one of the most popular podcasts on iTunes.
Another member of the Gimlet family, Reply All is listed in the Technology category but it’s so much more than that. Their website has a “Start Here” section for new listeners that introduces the show and some of their most popular episodes.
Another wide-ranging show that crosses a variety of categories, this podcast hosted by Melissa Kirsch and Alice Bradley has passed 150 episodes of hard-hitting knowledge bombs.
The central theme running across the shows is How To [X], with the X often being an aspect of technology mixed with productivity, self-improvement or general life hacks.
Previous guests include many noted hosts of our top 75 podcasts to help improve your life: Tim Ferriss, Gretchen Rubin and Dave Asprey, among countless others.
A Radio Lab podcast that analyzes the Supreme Court and how the decisions made in cases that have come through the system affect our lives.
A true crime podcast that profiles the stories of some of the most iconic crimes in history. A 2016 Best of iTunes Winner, the show has now passed 70 episodes.
The content can be distributing and the horrors of what human beings are capable of is eye-opening, but it’s an engaging look into major moments in crime history. There is lots of knowledge to be gained by the mistakes of the past.
Over 800 episodes and counting from The Art of Charm. The show brings a diverse mix of guests into your earbuds – professional athletes, scientists, entrepreneurs, authors and more.
The aim is to make you a better thinker, networker, person and performer. Previous guests include Shaquielle O’Neal, Neil deGrasse Tyson, Sam Harris and Bill Nye the Science Guy.
Podcasts are such an amazing resource to improve your life. Whether you want to focus on your fitness, finances, motivation or any other area, there are great shows available for free at your finger tips.
New shows are released daily and new podcasts are launching all the time.
It’s a perfect time to continue to fill that playlist with shows to you enjoy and help you achieve whatever it is you’re hoping to.
Laugh, learn and get inspired.
What podcasts have I missed that you listen to and make a difference in your life?
Did you start listening to any of the podcasts I listed above? What did you think? I
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