Food, entertainment, dating - nowadays, everything is on the go. Delivery services, streaming services, and dating apps make it easy to do more with less. Why not apply the same to your personal development? Podcasts are an easy way to digest information, and if you take a listen, at least one of the following podcasts will have you well on your way to bettering your career and balancing your personal life.
The self-proclaimed "podcast of personal productivity lessons in 2 minutes or less" is perfect for the professional who's here for a good time, not a long time. Their quick and dirty tips on everything from resilience to indecision offer digestible advice that's easily listened to during your down time, even if you don't have much.
The ladies behind one of Inc Magazine's best business podcasts in 2017 know a thing or two about business. Despite the name, their content is geared toward professionals of all gender identities. Although their show is tailored to online course creators, many of their tips can apply to entrepreneurs from all industries - blogging for your business, growing your mailing list, developing a content strategy, and more.
Looking for variety? Author, investor, and Cross Campus speaker Tim Ferriss interviews actors, athletes, founders, newscasters, and more about everything under the sun, but his episodes all have one thing in common - Ferriss always makes sure to ask his guests about how they start their day and how they stay productive. If you're interested in listening to life lessons from Larry King, Karlie Kloss, Bill Burr, Cheryl Strayed, and more, click here.
Get a taste test before you try new habits with comedian Jolenta Greenberg and skeptic Kristen Meinzer. In By the Book, the two friends follow the rules of self-help books to a tee to figure out which tips really improve their lives and which, well, don't. If you don't want to waste time reading a self-help book that won't help at all, let Jolenta and Kristen do it for you.
You may know Sophia Amoruso from Nasty Gal, the company that famously took the Bay Area native from dumpster diving to the board room. Now, Sophia helms Girlboss, a media company focused on female entrepreneurship and empowerment; that's where Girlboss Radio comes in. Sophia speaks to successful women to learn from them, laugh with them, and let her listeners know that they're not alone in their journeys to the top.
Life coach and philanthropist Tony Robbins is well-known for his motivational books, and perhaps even better known for his attitude. With his words of wisdom for living an exceptional life at work and at home, he is the definition of #worklifebalanced. For advice on leadership, depression, and everything under the sun, Tony's your guy.
Evernote proves themselves to be more than just an organization and note-taking app with Taking Note. The podcast's guests include experts and visionaries who promise to help you organize your life, improve your company culture, increase your productivity, and so much more. Past episodes have included talks from SXSW and NaNoWriMo.
Have a business problem? A personal problem? Ask Gary Vee, short for Vaynerchuk. The social media maven and internet guru takes questions on Twitter from those who tweet at @garyvee and use the hashtag #AskGaryVee. Episodes of #AskGaryVee are sprinkled among The Gary Vaynerchuk Experience, Gary's main podcast on tech, business, and the struggle of the hustle.
Hosted by two Hannahs, one a successful YouTuber and the other her best friend, Hannah-lyze This takes a no BS approach to self-help fads. The weekly podcast dives into trends that, in the past, have included love languages, internet trolls, ADHD, and video games.
Recommended by Oprah and Inc. Magazine? Count us in. Marie Forleo's award-winning podcast isn't just full of motivational platitudes; Marie lays out actionable tactics and strategies to help you live your best life, whatever that may mean for you. If you're looking to build your bank account, start a business, or simply be happier, Marie's episodes are for everyone.
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