MY FAVORITE MOTIVATIONAL PODCASTS
Happy Monday everyone! I'm ready for a new week full of new intentions and new goals! One of my favorite things to do each day is listen to podcasts on the way to and from work. They give me a little boost of inspiration and motivate me to find success and reasons to be happy, positive, and grateful each day. Below I'm sharing my top 4 motivational podcasts. Comment and tell me your favorites (either on this list or others, I love checking out new ones!) xo Leah
1. Good Life Project
The Good Life Project is a weekly podcast sharing inspirational conversations that are meant to help you live a more meaningful, purposeful, and connected life. A few of my favorite episodes include Susan Priver: The 4 Noble Truths of Love, Finding Grace In The Face Of Unrelenting Pain: Ruthie Lindsey, and Elizabeth Gilbert: Curiosity and the Passion Fallacy.
2. goal digger
The Goal Digger podcast is geared towards creatives and girl bosses and the host, Jenna Kutcher, is so honest and real. Each episode will empower you to chase your dreams and redefine success. Favorite episodes? From Bachelorette To Business Lady: Kaitlyn Bristowe on Pivoting, How To Ditch Self-Doubt And Live Your Best Life With Melissa Ambrosini, and Goal Setting - For People Who Hate Goal Setting with Lara Casey.
On this podcast, Gretchen Rubin and her sister are sharing good habits and ways to bring more positivity and happiness into your life. My favorite Happier episodes include A Little Happier: A Lesson From Harry Potter About Knowing Who You Are, A Little Happier: Dolly Parton Describes the Difference Between a Wish and a Dream, and A Little Happier: A Lesson I Have to Learn Over and Over.
4. Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
Probably my favorite podcast ever. On SuperSoul, Oprah interviews health and wellness experts, best-selling authors, and spiritual leader to answer some of life's biggest questions, awaken, and connect you to the deeper meaning of the world around you. My favorite episodes include Caroline Myss: Discovering Your Life's Purpose, Mariel Hemingway and Bobby Williams: Finding Soul Connections, and Cheryl Strayed: Brave Enough.