Motivation is a tricky concept, while it is easy to access a variety of motivational methods, finding one that is effective for you can prove to be challenging
“Push yourself, because no one else is going to do it for you” is a frequently heard quote but, sometimes one needs a voice to help get started.
Podcasts and digital audio content do exactly this. Podcasts have also become famously impactful in the past years as a source of motivation and it makes perfect sense why. Podcasts are free, can be availed at any time as per your schedule and help you get inspiration from the best in the industry. Moreover, the range of motivational podcasts is astonishing.
However, this range can make choosing a podcast difficult. To tackle this, we bring you the top 4 podcasts to get you effectively motivated.
1) The GaryVee Audio Experience
Gary Vaynerchuk’s podcast has captured interest worldwide. He often draws motivation from his journey of becoming an entrepreneur. Gary is the chairman of VaynerX and also has a diverse portfolio, that ranges from co-founding the first wine e-commerce to being the CEO of VarynerMedia-which exclusively deals with advertising for Fortune 100 companies. The podcast has become a massive favourite in the business and entrepreneurial world. Gary simply tells people how to succeed and features celebrities and successful businessmen to highlight marketing and business ideas. His podcast has featured actress Jessica Alba and NASCAR celebrities. Some of his famously treasured episodes are “It Seems Scary Until You Do IT” and “I Want You To Chase Your Purpose.”
Available on: Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, SoundCloud, iHeartRadio, Google Podcasts and more
2) The School of Greatness
Lewis Howes hosts ‘The School of Greatness’. With his inspirational style and focus on how to overcome obstacles, Lewis often emphasises his accomplishments to inspire others. He battled with abuse, a toxic family and more personal challenges. Lewis’s dedication to sharing hardships without a filter has encouraged millions. He also discusses an extensive variety of topics: relationships, business, health, successful habits and more. Using a combination of physical health, mental strength and emotional intelligence, his podcasts’ unique style makes it a critical life tool. Lewis’s uplifting attitude along with flexibility in episode duration have enlightened users. “5 Min Friday” episodes, “Five Steps to Create Your Rich Life” and “How to Create Your Own Luck” are fan favourites.
Available on: Apple Podcast, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Pandora, Stitcher and SoundCloud.
3) Art Of Charm
AJ Harbinger and Johnny Dzubak have become role models with their revolutionary podcast. With over 11 years of professional coaching experience and a specialisation in social skills, the duo hosts the Art of Charm catalogue of over 800 remarkable episodes. The duo also conducts “elite emotional intelligence” bootcamps. The podcast is especially treasured due to its extensive choice of topics such as relationships, performance-boosting tips, happiness and productivity tips. It also hosts moving interviews with experts and famous personalities. Best known for their empowering personalities, AJ and Johnny help you become your best self and excel in all areas of life. Some of their loved episodes include “Love, Money and Relationships” and “Essential Tools for Navigating Everyday Uncertainty.”
Available On: Apple Podcasts, Play Music, Spotify and Stitcher
4) The Minimalists
Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus are creators of ‘The Minimalists’. The podcast focuses on a truly unique topic: how to live life to the fullest. The podcast focuses on the more unconventional methods of success, such as obtaining peace. The hosts strive to make listeners feel more satisfied with their lives. They advocate focusing on the bigger picture and letting go of little things. The episodes are a refreshing break for anyone trapped in their routine lives. They help listeners chase the true joy in life and destress themselves to achieve more. The Minimalists podcast serves as a reminder that while success is important, the measures and definitions of it are unique and personal. Their best episodes include “How to Live Through This” and “Millionaires.”
Available On: Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts and YouTube.