Many people are finding that by listening to podcasts, they are not only inspired by some information gleaned, but also more productive. Here are 10 podcasts that focus on a number of things from business to creativity to giving advice. We’ve linked them as well as copied and pasted their descriptions below.
Habits & Hustle is a podcast that uncovers the rituals, unspoken habits, and mindsets of extraordinary people. Our team then synthesizes that information for listeners to take ACTION with free, fillable PDFs.
Problem Solvers with Jason Feifer features business owners and CEOs who went through a crippling business problem and came out the other side bigger and stronger. Feifer, Entrepreneur’s Editor in Chief, pulls these stories out so other business can avoid the same crippling problems.
Rethinking Weight Loss From NPR For better or worse, people think about their weight. We explain the science of weight and weight loss to help put you on a road to body acceptance — and better health.
Hidden Brain From NPR Shankar Vedantam uses science and storytelling to reveal the unconscious patterns that drive human behavior, shape our choices and direct our relationships.
The Credits From Georgia Public Broadcasting In each episode of The Credits, host Kalena Boller meets someone who works in Georgia’s multibillion dollar film industry. Kalena works as a location manager on major film and television projects.. With more than 40 credits to her name, her credits include AMC’s The Walking Dead and FOX’s Star. This podcast is Kalena’s love letter to the people whose names you may see in the credits at the end of a movie or TV show, but don’t really understand what they do.
A Way With Words This National Public Radio (NPR) program discusses language examined through the lens of history, culture and family. The podcast is rich with detail and exciting storytelling, and typically runs for about an hour.
Beautiful Writers Podcast features conversations with some of the most well-recognized writers in the world. Host and writer Linda Sivertsen interviews best-selling authors Elizabeth Gilbert, Rob Bell, Glennon Doyle Melton, and Brene Brown. Episodes are typically in-depth and include personal anecdotes from creatives in the business.
The Kindness Project on Spotify This fun father-daughter podcast imparts inspiring personal stories of kindness and the ways simply being nice to others makes positive changes in our world. The hosts, through giggle-filled conversations, heartfelt storytelling, and insightful guest interviews, cover how to be kind to others through everyday acts of kindness, charity fundraising, and more.
NPR host Guy Raz presents “TED Radio Hour,” a popular show that uncovers the emotions, insights, and discoveries that make us human—including how being kind to each other contributes to the greater good.
And coming soon on Spotify: Higher Ground Media podcasts produced by the Obamas.
What’s your favorite podcasts? Post links in the comments, please. Thank you.