You can change your life and Mel Robbins will show you how. Mel is in a category all her own. As one of the most widely booked and followed podcast hosts and authors in the world, she’s sought after by the world’s leading brands and medical professionals for her research-backed tools and motivation. And, at the same time, Mel has amassed millions of followers online, with her advice going viral online almost daily. Her female-led media company produces provocative, life-changing content, ...
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. Love this and need it - Mel has become an honest voice during the most turbulent times. I read the Five Second Rule after seeing her TED Talk and it works for me in so many situations. Then, she was there during the pandemic to say calmly “this is nuts and hard and we will learn from it.” I changed jobs and moved during and it was scary. I’ve learned to keep making progress and quitting is not an option even though I wanted to sometimes. Thank you.
2. MUST LISTEN!! - Mel Robbins is incredible. Really. Full of so many great thoughts and ideas, utterly relatable, movingly human, honest, kind, revolutionary-- a big descriptor, yes, but she is one powerful and unapologetic woman, and we all need that. Mel has touchpoints on everything from deeply personal issues to family, friends, and work. I have bookmarked and listened again to several episodes, I take notes in my journal, and I am grateful every time a new episode drops. Also?-- she's funny as heck! Listen. No kidding-- your life will change.
3. Love this podcast - This podcast speaks to me on a whole other level it makes me feel like the humans that we are that everything isn't perfect however; we can change this through work on ourselves! Mel gives us the tools, tips, and tricks we need on many topics. The procrastination episode is my favorite so far it really hit home today & I needed it oh so much! Thank you Mel!
4. Just a thought - Love your shows especially the last few on anxiety. Your ability to keep the conversation going in a clear and logical order is really well done. I do have a suggestion on when to introduce your sponsors. It might be less abrupt if you insert them throughout the conversation without stopping the conversation especially if you are interviewing someone. The sponsors can be added during the editing process in appropriate spots by interrupting politely by saying something like “quick pause” play or say the ad and then slip back into the conversation that wasn’t really stopped. The reason it might be better when interviewing someone is not to lose momentum on the sensitive subjects you touch on with someone. When it is a monologue then the interruption is fine and sometimes welcome but not when it is an interview. Thanks again for showing the real life situations in the modern family. Again, love your show and your honesty!
5. Gratitude - I am so grateful for Mel and this podcast. I look forward to every single episode and have gone back to re-listen to several that were extremely impactful to me. I feel like I am making time for myself when I listen to Mel and leave each conversation energized, and often with new perspectives.
6. Thanks for being a friend - I discovered Mel , through listening to our friend Jay Shetty.
She is amazing, encouraging, real, and energizing! She has helped me learn about myself what I’ve always known, just have a hard time finding it!
Her son Oakley is also a brilliant young soul! What an amazing human! So glad I discovered this podcast.
7. LIFE CHANGING! PRACTICAL! MOTIVATING! - I have been following Mel for a few years now. She had me at hello! I didn't think I could squeeze one more thing in my day… I work a full time job, I am trying to grow my own business… I have a full family life… and the list goes on. So something ELSE had to go because Mel is staying! She has helped me so much, I’m so many areas of life. It seems that everything that comes out of her mouth is applicable! She is an incredible motivator and will take your excuses away! I love her humor and her no bull attitude. Mel, in case no one else has told you today, I LOVE you!
8. Very engaging - I took time to read the one star reviews, most of them are people who believe to know better. Ignore them. This is a good podcast for the everyday man, with easy to follow directions and Mel makes it personable and relatable. Of course other experts can give deeper explanations and dive deeper into some of the mentioned topics. But she goes a good job on making this information digestible for anyone just trying to improve their life and not become a scholar in the matter.
Join intellectual phenomenon Dr. Jordan Peterson for enlightening discourse that will change the way you think. This podcast breaks down the dichotomy of life through interviews and lectures that explain how individuals and culture are shaped by values, music, religion, and beyond. It will give you a new perspective and a modern understanding of your creativity, competence, and personality.
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. Next level podcasting - I usually listen to podcasts/talk radio while I’m doing mundane tasks for me to zone out to and take in what information I can - this is not the podcast for that. When I listen to this I find myself stopping whatever I’m doing and either listening intently or making sure I don’t miss a single beat. In a world of junk-food podcasts, this is your superfood. Show it some respect and give it your full attention
2. Deeply Thought Provoking - Dr Peterson has some really great minds on this podcast. I enjoy hearing his insights on the human mind. Sometimes these conversations get so deep I have to slow it down or listen multiple times to really understand. I highly recommend this podcast for new insights and intriguing guests from a psychological perspective.
3. Actually Interview Your Guests - I agree with and enjoy listening to many of Jordan Peterson’s discussions on various topics. However, he is much better to listen to when he is giving a speech or the one being interviewed. He is a terrible host. He talks way more than his guests, cuts them off, and goes on tangents way off what his guests’ expertise are or what they would like to talk about. It’s interesting and enjoyable to ask a question, listen to your guests answer (and let them fully answer without interrupting them), and then share your thoughts and feedback on what they just said and then have them respond to your thoughts. Jordan Peterson instead asks a question, interrupts his guest shortly after they begin to answer, and then goes on and on about his own thoughts and theories on the matter and often goes on tangents not really related to the original question he asked at all. Comes across as impatient and narcissistic and overall painful to listen to. He is on Joe Rohan’s podcast often and could learn a lot from him on how to host a podcast. So please, let your guests talk more about the things that have expertise in and are passionate about and stop spending most of the interview sharing your own theories on everything.
4. Clinch deleted section - I’m listening to Konstantin Kinis . There’s a skip at :: that picks back up at about ::. This clinch is not in the Spotify version. Not a review to reflect on Dr. Peterson’s podcast. He is a great man and more need to hear him. Read his book: rules for Life. I’ve read both but the first one completely changed the path my life was heading.
5. Great podcast, great work! - I really enjoy this podcast. I am usually a visual learner but this is one of the few podcasts I can consistently focus and comprehend for longer periods of time. I don’t know many intellectuals of our times (as is Dr Peterson) that can articulately string together multiple ideas into coherent, precise and valid meta-thoughts; while utilizing logic, mathematics, psychology, physics, biology, neuroscience, economics and more. I really appreciated the episode of S “is property theft” with Dr. Murphy. I would really enjoy an interview between Dr Peterson and Dr. Joseph T. Salerno (Austrian school) on monetary policy, legal tender laws, and the growth of financial totalitarianism within the framework of various popular ideological monetary policies. God speed!
6. Missed the most important thing… - Jordan is an intellectual, I get that. And I’m sure what I have to say will anger some.
First of all, I would recommend watching a documentary by Christian J.
Pinto, called “The True Christian History of America.” That alone would put things in
perspective about our beginnings and with what is happening today. Without a Biblical perspective, you don’t really have a true understanding of why and how we have come to this point. After all, without Christ, nothing makes sense and all is worthless. Many will go into eternity to be with Him, but many more will go into their judgement and eternity to The Lake of Fire. Tell me, what is more important than that? Do you really want family and friends to go to judgement? If you want to learn the Truth, go to Getalifemedia.com. I encourage Jordan Peterson and everyone else to learn the Truth and realize salvation is the most important thing there is because of what Christ Jesus did on the cross, dying and rising again to defeat death. Mr. Peterson, all of your knowledge and all of your degrees mean nothing without Christ. There is only one way to Heaven, and that is through Christ…not Buddha, not Muhammad and certainly not as a Hindu.
Look to Christ, embrace and follow Him…your life will never be the same, and that will be in a good way.
7. The Case Against The Sexual Revolution - I like hearing Dr. Peterson when he gives a talk and have listened to him since he first became more public. However, I often wonder why he has people on his podcast because too often he talks more than the person being interviewed.
He asks a question and then proceeds to answer it himself
8. Snake oil nonsense - Want to feel educated but not put in the work - Peterson has your number. Regale in his self professed expert opinion in every academic field that exists. Or just sit back and experience what it’s like to have a near-suicidal narcissist therapist with an opioid addiction give you stream of consciousness advice. His freeform intellectually bankrupt revelations make more sense when you if you think of mother suffering from undiagnosed bi-polar disorder. Then, like flipping a switch - all his efforts to justify his creepy incel-boosting misogyny becomes clearer. If you find yourself agreeing, it’s time to go to real therapy because you’re not on the right path… ask a friend.
True stories for English speakers learning Spanish. From the makers of Duolingo, the most popular language-learning app, comes a new podcast that delivers fascinating real-life stories in easy-to-understand Spanish with English narration. These are not language lessons; they’re life lessons through language. Hosted by Martina Castro, co-founder of NPR’s Radio Ambulante.
Release date: 2023-02-16
1. Ideas - I have been learning Spanish at a rapid pace and am on a -day streak. I enjoy these lessons but I feel like an LGBTQ lesson would be really cool. Or like an animal lesson, where we learn more than just perro and gato. It’s also really hard to hear the speaking because of the background noise. If anyone knows how to turn it down, please help. thank you. love, Layla.
2. stars - Wish it had episodes organized based on level of Spanish used in the episode (ex - Difficult/More Experienced Learners, Intermediate Learners, and Beginner Learners) It has intermediate levels so if your just learning Spanish, it overwhelms you and leaves you confused. I am learning and I can’t follow along without being confused at least once every seconds. Kind of ruins the experience of trying to learn. :(
3. Five Stars - I love duolingo podcasts, because you don’t have to know a ton of Spanish to understand what’s going on. The serialized episodes have action, and mystery. The non-serialized episodes don’t have as much of either, but they give you advice that you could use in real life, so that if you have a mom who says that when she’s old and crazy she wants to go to Puerto Rico or Chile, you would know where to go out to eat, or a neighborhood to visit.
4. Love everything about it! - I recently started Duolingo after being introduced to it from my children and love it! The Duolingo app itself requires my full attention when practicing my language. With this podcast, however, I am able to reinforce my Spanish every day while in the car. I have tried podcasts before to utilize my time in the car while traveling to work but lose interest quickly and go back to listing to the radio. The story and history of Chile and the Itata this season have fully captured my attention. The story is so well scripted and presented that I can’t wait to get in my car to continue it. I am excited to go back and hear other seasons and love that I am able to practice my intermediate/advanced Spanish every day in addition to the few minutes I spend practicing on my app. Highly recommend!
5. I don’t understand all the words, but wow - The first episode about the shipwreck had me in tears — the story of this man who learns something that disturbs him and how he just made up his mind to uncover whatever there was to know about the wreck and the people on the ship. There is something amazing about a person with such a drive. The story is so interesting, the context is great. I’m looking forward to when I know more than words in Spanish so I can understand even more of the story. The inflections are pretty moving on their own. I can’t say how much I truly appreciate this podcast.
6. Fascinating story to help learn Spanish - Duolingo podcasts are aimed at an intemediate level. If you want % spanish there are inumberable podcasts to listen to. It is nice and relaxing sometimes to have a little mixture of English and Spanish. Unless you are at a very advanced level Spanish only podcasts require constant concentration. What also makes this latest podcast”The mystery of the Itata “special is the exciting story. It has easy to understand Spanish, coupled with explanation of uncommon Spanish words. For example tripulaciones -the crew of a ship. Recommend it.
7. Good for improving listening skills - I never cared for podcasts but I needed to change up my Spanish learning routine. I think the English - Spanish combo is very well done as the English gives you a nice break to really process what was said in Spanish. I am hooked! Thank you duo! My biggest gripe with learning with Duolingo was that my listening skills weren’t really getting developed. But with these podcast, my listening skills are definitely improving
8. Why take away the points? - I listened every single day coming and going on my long LA commute. I was totally dedicated and eager to learn. Now I barely even do the lessons and honestly hate to even look at this app because I don’t know why something I loved and paid a great deal for was taken away. Obviously I won’t be renewing the subscription.
The ultimate self transformation and self development podcast.
Release date: 2023-03-05 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Attachment - Hi friends So I just went on a first date yesterday & the attachment I felt was instantaneous. I knew I was just hurting my own feelings but I was telling all my friends and family “I’m in love with this man” after one date… I definitely needed to hear the Attachment episode and it has helped me tremendously. It made me realize the actuality of the situation and put it in perspective. If you tend to make up scenarios after one date, or place attachment onto people where you just end up hurting yourself… you need to listen to that episode. THANK U LEO BESTIE
2. Leo is the best!!!! - Leo is so empowering and knowledgeable!!! Leo provides great tips and advise on various different things about life!!! He makes me laugh so hard as well as inspire me to be the best version of myself possible!! I also love learning about him and the experiences he’s had in his own life that have helped him navigate through it! Thank you so much for sharing yourself with the world!!! Love you Leo!!
3. Favorite podcast! - I found Leo on TikTok and fell in love with him and his personality. I then found his Instagram and saw he had a podcast and I have not stopped listening to an episode for about three days straight now and I am fully obsessed. He keeps it real and juicy. Keep doing what you’re doing Leo, you inspire me in more ways than you know!
4. Amaze balls - This podcast has given me a new perspective. I suffer from so many body image issues. My anxiety is always through the roof. Just listening calms me. But the realism of you and the things you say are outstanding. You are an amazing person with a talent. Never stop sharing. Never stop talking. Never stop being you. I downloaded all these on a whim before i started working out and now i listen to one as i work out. You've opened my eyes to so much stuff. You are a beautiful soul. Love you You have also inspired me to try and start a podcast.
5. If you want funny/self help/ deep conversation this is it - By far an Amazing Podcast with a genuine soul. Leo is exactly what I’ve been searching for in a podcast. I was easily drawn In by his unique personality, heart felt advice on life, and hilarious humor. He will leave you feeling like you just gained a Bestfriend thank you Leo!
6. One of my favorite podcasts - I have been following on tiktok for a really long time and really enjoyed the videos. The second I found out he had a podcast, I followed so quickly. Easily became one of my favorite podcasts I listen to everyday. Everything he talks about is so raw and real, no filtering. He has a way of almost making you feel seen, and you can just feel the positive energy.
7. I find this style of communication effective! - I love that this show isn’t a cookie cutter, regurgitated pot of information. Every show I listen to/watch is so blunt and real it doesn’t allow my brain to make excuses or run from myself. Episode Suggestion: I would love an episode on knowing what to do but being too self aware.
8. I’ve learned so much - Leo is straightforward, honest, sweet and cracks himself up. It feels like I’m sitting on the couch with my bff who is either building me up or reading me for filth. Or both. Listening has helped me sort out so many things and made a huge impact on me. I’m moving different, but I also feel a lot less alone. Thank you
Lauryn Evarts Bosstick is the founder & creator behind The Skinny Confidential, a media empire, brand, & product line that reaches millions of women and men working towards the best versions of themselves. Michael Bosstick is a serial entrepreneur and brand builder as well as the Founder and CEO of Dear Media. This dynamic married couple have pioneered the digital audio space. Every week you will hear a mix of entertainment, life altering information, and value with world class leaders, entrepre...
Release date: 2023-03-02
1. Woof - I just have to hate listen sometimes but Michael going full fat shamey calling people using GLP weak and lazy got me to finally shut it off. So bad. They’re also antivaxy and peddling health grifts as many other reviews mentioned. I would at least suggest they reformat and cut some of the ads and state the credentials and any resources ahead of any health advice.
2. Hands down favorite from the beginning - I’ve basically listened to every episode from the very beginning. It’s extremely rare I don’t receive some sort of lesson or message from an episode. There are so many subjects, topics, conversations, moods, styles, shock factors, laughs, diversity, depth, banter… I could go on!
Even if I don’t think the episode relates to me, I find myself pleasantly surprised with something I pick up from that episode. The banter these two have is like non other. What Lauryn and Michael have built is so impressive. They keep going and growing and I am so here for it. Thank you guys!
3. Favorite Podcast - This is by far my favorite podcast. Love all of the impactful information. The episodes with experts and tangible wellness tips are a non negotiable for me to listen to. Could take it or leave it with the reality stars but that’s the beauty of a podcast you can take what you want and leave what you don’t. I’ve found experts who I love to follow now through this podcast and it has really broadened my outlook and at the same time niched down my interests. So glad that the content has evolved with their lives as I’m sure much of the audience has been with them for a while and are in the same stages of life. I’m personally in a semi parallel stage of life, happily married in our s with an almost year old and almost year old and appreciate the mom/child driven episodes as well! Thanks for being truly authentic to your lives and EVOLVING with the times.
4. It’s fun but… - This podcast used to be amazing: hot topics, skincare advice and the best books to read when you travel. But Lauren’s porn/baby girl voice during the podcast and commercials is cringe worthy. I skip the ads every chance I get. And please stop interrupting the hosts with your stupid jokes and incessant chatter about your sex life with Micheal. It is old.
5. I can’t believe there’s people who don’t listen to this podcast - I have been listening to TSC since like or when it was just Lauryn. I don’t really get into many podcasts, but this one I never miss an episode. I have learned so much from Lauryn and Michael, and all the incredible guests they have interviewed. It is the perfect mixture of educational, funny, and tidbits of personal life. I can not recommend this podcast enough—I have found tremendous value in their content and follow many of their recommendations from specific products to habits and routines.
6. Not as good lately - I’ve been a listener since day of this podcast and have always been a fan of Lauryn and Micheal’s sharp dynamic and style of banter. I like that they embrace who they are despite the naysayers and believe that’s what makes them stand out and keep my interest even when the guest or subject isn’t one I’m that in to. I do agree the show has gotten pretty repetitive and can feel a little cookie cutter at times which is disappointing. Lauryn mispronouncing words doesn’t bother me but I agree with others that compared to other podcasts she doesn't seem as well researched when it comes to her guests which is pretty embarrassing. Also agree that it can feel out of touch and at times I miss the humility and open mindedness they used to seem to have but they’re wealthy and that’s their perspective so it’s fine it’s still interesting
7. These guys love scare tactics - The fertility episode today was a disaster. I know there was good intent in this podcast and love everyone is talking about this topic more but can we CHILL with the scare tactics?? The needle comments about extraction, bringing up the documentary about that insane fertility doctor, constantly saying “infertility is on the rise”, etc. Not to mention Lauryn asking the dumbest questions like “what if I’m scared of needles???” - just naive and out of touch on what couples are dealing with daily because they want to have children.
8. Mona Vand - I just listened to your episode with Mona. I’ve been a listener of the show for several years now & I actually found you through Mona forever ago. I absolutely love her as a human & her content. This has to be my favorite episode yet. I actually listened to it twice & shared it with friends. Thank you all
Every weekday, TED Talks Daily brings you the latest talks in audio. Join host and journalist Elise Hu for thought-provoking ideas on every subject imaginable — from Artificial Intelligence to Zoology, and everything in between — given by the world's leading thinkers and creators. With TED Talks Daily, find some space in your day to change your perspectives, ignite your curiosity, and learn something new.
Release date: 2023-03-06
1. Ted Talks has become much too “feel good” - Ted Talks used to be filled with interesting content to LEARN about our universe. It has slowly but surely become about being social injustice warriors with little else. I used to be an avid listener and loved the new to me information. Now I can’t find anything with science or substance.
2. Used to be good diversity of topics - I find these shows quite interesting covering a wide range of topics. Of late, that scope seems to have narrowed. I don’t mind hearing opinions about climate change, for example, but it feels like show after show is about that one topic. Maybe it’s not so much a problem of the show but of finding people that want to give voice to other viewpoints or topics, so I get that, but I just wanted to give you that feedback. Not giving up yet, will hang around for a bit more.
3. Bad news sources - All the news sources Christiane Amanpour lists as “trustworthy” are the ones lying to us and can’t be trusted. Not surprising, since this is coming from a CNN reporter. She barely scratched the surface on what is really going on in Iran and Ukraine. The tragic killings there are horrific. Where’s the in depth reporting? Climate change is not a global disaster, the policies being used to “fight” climate change is what’s causing the catastrophe on humans.
4. Learning how to listen to others… - I enjoy learning what other people are thinking, and why they are thinking that way. It provides me context to hear what they are saying! Then I condense their thoughts into a summary statement. That way I can remember and share the mindset with others when circumstances allow me to do so. I would encourage others to try this…It enhances your appreciation for Ted talks!
5. It was great but then -Now happened - I use to really liked Ted Talks. I started listening to it on NPR in . It was educational, scientific, inspiring etc. However it became super political, extremely left leaning, and more about racism, social justice, and just really biased. It stopped becoming scientific and inspiring. It is slowly becoming something…else. It’s like when TLC was the learning channel but is now the complete opposite. It was great they shed light on the issues at the time but come on. There are other things to talk about.
6. Tolerable, better than nothing - There isn’t an easy way to order the items on a play list. Your “Up Next” view should have a way but it doesn’t. You can tell the app to play this one next or last but it doesn’t change position on the list so you can’t tell what order things will play in. Also can’t tell the app ‘I don’t want to listen to this episode’.
7. Underestimating your intelligence - Twerking helps young women with their self esteem??? Seriously? How stupid do you think the people listening are? I remembered when TED talks was a serious organization with content worth your attention and brain space. I’m embarrassed to say I even used it in my work with young people. Ugh. So, so gross.
8. So Disappointed - I have listened to and watched TED Talks for years, so decided to check out the podcasts. Yikes! What a disappointment. After scrolling through several episodes I was inundated with the recurring theme of climate change this, climate change that - including the topic that woman and girls can be the solution to climate change. How about a balanced episode that refutes the prevailing theories of climate change. How about some variety of topics - go back to the way you were - providing a variety of perspectives - some educational, some humorous, but always informative.
For centuries, all sorts of people—generals and politicians, athletes and coaches, writers and leaders—have looked to the teachings of Stoicism to help guide their lives. Each day, author and speaker Ryan Holiday brings you a new lesson about life, inspired by the thoughts and writings of great Stoic thinkers like Marcus Aurelius and Seneca the Younger. Daily Stoic Podcast also features Q+As with listeners and interviews with notable figures from sports, academia, politics, and more. Learn m...
Release date: 2023-03-15
1. So disappointed. - I thought this was going to be an inspiring podcast . Instead , he criticizes every political figure that isn’t on the left! Doesn’t he realize that Republicans also look for wisdom and inspiration ? Why would you make fun and belittle anyone that doesn’t have your opinions if you’re a true stoic ? Wouldn’t you want to listen and find common ground. I bought the books and now I feel tricked by a schiszter who pretends to be someone looking for wholeness and goodness and discipline over the ego.
2. Amazing! - I can’t say enough good things about this podcast. It has absolutely helped me through some pretty hard times. I look forward to playing it every morning and The Daily Stoic: Meditations on Wisdom, Perseverance, and the Art of Living (the book that works as a pretty awesome companion to the podcast) has been really useful as well! Highly recommend anything by Daily Stoic. :)
3. The Ego Is The Enemy - I’m really surprised by the arrogance and narcissistic personality that Ryan exhibits on this podcast. He’s at his best when he’s sharing the wisdom of the Stoics and at his worst when he’s offering his own personal and very partisan political views. There is some great information here, but be prepared to step through some self-righteous, liberal thought. And make no mistake; you’re not welcome here if you have a dissenting view. He makes that very clear on a recent episode when he said if you don’t agree with him…..he doesn’t need you and doesn’t want you. The ego is the enemy, Ryan. Great book. Have you read it?
4. Great insights but flawed - I really appreciate the stoic insights and ideas. I have purchased multiple books by Ryan Holiday. The philosophy has been immensely helpful to me personally. The two main issues I have with the podcast are: ) Ads - I understand you need to generate income to make it worth your while. But ads are sometimes very out of place in the middle of a deep, thoughtful conversation and disrupt the podcast. Sometimes the ads alone are a large chunk of the shorter episodes. ) Too preachy - Ryan tends to get up on his high horse and even tell his listeners to unsubscribe if they disagree with his opinion. His political biases shine through occasionally. And he seems to cal into a same trap that many other do - equating his political positions with righteousness. It comes through in an off putting and combative way. I would love to hear his further thoughts on this. Maybe I’m missing something. But it seems like his anger and self righteousness is causing him to alienate many listeners. If Ryan’s goal is to further promote and share the ideas of stoicism to people from various backgrounds, I think adjusting the above would be a step in the right direction.
5. As you wish - As the government gets bigger, the individual becomes smaller. You said if I disagree, to unfollow. I have purchased your books, I write in my journal and introduce friends and colleagues to you work. I believe you have a blind spot. I don’t think many of the participants in our government care about their constituents. I believe socrates explains it best with the sweets salesman and the doctor. I do not understand why you do not want different opinions. You say the opposite. When it matters most, who is above debate and the need to understand others. I will unfollow you like you asked. Thank you for my first steps. I will leave with quote from Thomas Jefferson… “The spirit of resistance to government is so very valuable on certain occasions that I wish it always to be kept alive. It will often be exercised when wrong, but better so than not to be exercised at all.”
6. Great stoic philosopher, not a great Stoic in practice. - I find Ryan’s writings on Stoicism very inspiring. I love his books, recommend and buy them as gifts for those I love. In this podcast however, he tends to cast aside the very stoic values he so passionately writes about. Temperance, one of the five stoic principles, is what you must arm yourself with to get past the things that will frustrate you about this podcast to bring yourself to actually purchase one of the books this man has so eloquently written. Temperance also seems to be the principle he needs to work on the most. His books are worth it. His podcast is debatable.
7. Learned something today - I’ve been accustomed to having my eyes opened by the material on the Daily Stoic, but not like they were today. Today listeners were told - to paraphrase- if you disagree with me, unsubscribe…don’t need ya, don’t want ya, by. So Daily Stoic has my money. Wondery has my money. I’ve lost a few dollars but learned a lot about Daily Stoic. Wishing you all the best.
8. January th pod - Todays pod was powerful and very much appreciated. Strong words to end the message that political violence is wrong and “if you think otherwise you can unsubscribe, don’t need ya.” With all that’s going on in the US today the Daily Stoic keeps me grounded and helps me to focus on the important things in life. I just got The Daily Stoic book for Christmas and I love it. Something to read everyday and meditate on helps me to get focused and centered every morning before I start my day. Thank you Ryan Holiday keep up the good work.
(Apple's Best of 2018) In-depth conversations with people at the top of their game. Jordan Harbinger unpacks guests' wisdom into practical nuggets you can use to impact your work, life, and relationships. Learn from leaders (Ray Dalio, Simon Sinek, Mark Cuban), entertainers (Moby, Tip "T.I." Harris, Dennis Quaid), scientists (Neil deGrasse Tyson, Bill Nye), athletes (Kobe Bryant, Dennis Rodman, Tony Hawk) and an eclectic array of fascinating minds, from art forgers and arms traffickers to spies ...
Release date: 2023-03-05 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Always interesting - I continue to recommend Jordan’s podcast for its content, interesting guests, current topics and refreshing candor. News gets me down but I do want to keep apprise and Jordan does that for me. Smart witty and a bit ‘O snark keeps it real with he and Gabe on sensitive inquests. Jordan is someone you can trust to hand you the truth without shoving it down your throat. Hard truths with humor and compassion- we all need to hear it. Thank you Jordan!
2. What's really going on - Jordan has an inquisitive nature combined with rock solid practicality. For me that means the guests are researched EXTENSIVELY, the questions are honest, and the learning I get is entertaining. This podcast delivers expanded perspectives from many experienced personalities with no nonsense.
3. You NEED this podcast! - No matter what walk of life you are in or where you live - you need this podcast in your life. It is smart, funny, thought provoking and entertaining. You hear stories and insights from people you would never hear from otherwise. Each episode is different and there is literally something for everyone. And the new AI search helps find past episodes to share with friends and family who would benefit from these podcasts too!
4. Really Sharp Interviews - The Jordan Harbinger Show is one of my go to podcasts because I always learn something helpful. I know it will always keep me entertained as I learn. I found the podcast when someone recommended one of the interviews about China. My background is in knowing the threat that the CCP poses to the US and Harbinger has good perspective on the matter and asks good questions to get solid answers. I continue to listen regularly and have learned a lot of very useful information for many other facets of my life. I highly recommend listening.
5. Pinworm Acres - I cannot recommend this podcast highly enough. The eclectic variety of guests keeps it fresh and invigorating, and Mr. Harbinger’s breadth of knowledge and preparation for doing in-depth interviews with his guests is truly impressive. His demeanor is always respectful, curious, engaged and informed. He asks the questions we all want to ask. I have been listening to this podcast for two years and it has never grown tiresome or predictable. The only thing I find predictable is that I’ll always be engaged when I tune in. I like all his formats, although lean toward his long-form interviews. Truly an enlightening and edifying podcast.
6. Feels like talking with a wise and experienced friend - If you're looking for practical advice and incredible stories, Jordan Harbinger's podcast is the place to go. Every episode feels like a conversation with an experienced friend in the comfort of your own home - no criticism, only invaluable guidance and wisdom from Jordan and his guests. I highly recommend it!
7. This show is awesom - After many years of true crime, I need something that dives deeper into conversations about human behavior. I love all of the different perspectives from the guests they bring on the show, and feedback Fridays are awesome. As a social worker, I think you guys do such a great job of providing holistic advice for folks who are going through a wide range of complex experiences. You also present information in a non binary way, which is so necessary in our world today.
8. Today’s Best Interviewer - I found Harbinger’s show after I stopped listening to another interview show after they moved to be exclusive to Spotify. Jordan is a brilliant interviewer and is very effective at getting guests to explain things that regular people (like me) can understand. I’ve yet to find an episode where he isn’t incredibly prepared on the subject he is discussing. He has a great sense of humor and humility but his killer feature is that ability to digest and explain a wide array of topics and to gain additional insight from his guests. And he doesn’t shy away from topics that challenge his own way of thinking. I like to have my thoughts and opinions challenged and his show helps me do that. His wrap up at the end of every interview is brilliant. He might be the greatest interviewer podcasting today.
A master-class in personal and professional development, ultra-athlete, wellness evangelist and bestselling author Rich Roll delves deep with the world's brightest and most thought provoking thought leaders to educate, inspire and empower you to unleash your best, most authentic self. More at: https://richroll.com
Release date: 2023-03-06 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Awesome - Rich Roll I love the work you're doing. Thanks for bringing your authenticity and genuine self to the table. As an Army psychologist, I have to tell you that what you do matters and you are an inspiration to so many. Thanks for your refreshing, incredibly interesting, and though-provoking podcasts with the most incredible guests. You are rockin' the house. I recommend your podcast to so many of my patients; keep them coming!
2. This podcast is changing my life - I am wayyy late to this party but I am glad I finally made it. A friend of mine shared the link to the Whitney Cummings episode and I was hooked. I’m a member of the recovery community so I definitely connected. I’m getting so much out of each episode and It’s all I want to listen to. I just finished the recent Colin O’Brady episode and I was sad when it ended. I’m recommending this to everyone. out of . Thank you for doing this!!
3. Best Long Format Interviewer w/ Open Mind - Rich has a special talent. His ability to navigate a long format interview is fantastic. He keeps the pace, he is respectful, curious and open minded. He challenges when appropriate but also allows for thoughts other than his own. He is vulnerable, humble and I learn so much from his shows. Thank you for all you do, Rich.
4. Life coach, motivator, careful optimist. Listen with an open mind and body to growth! - I’m not sure how I should feel about being a year old man! My life is more than half way over, what do we do when my kids are both off at college? (Next year, Ugg) My body is starting to hurt for no reason… I’m getting to the review, stay with me. The Rich Roll podcast has kicked me into a different gear in my life. His guests he has on the show have been thoughtfully curated and all have amazing things to say. I listen to the life hacking, health conversations about hormones and how we can tweak/tune up our own unique body composition and mindset changes on dealing with anxiety and can’t help but have hope and excitement for the next stages in my life. Please keep doing what your doing, it really is a gift that you have. Peoples adversities, whether self inflicted or from the outside world, should and can make them stronger & smarter and you are helping us realize that. Thank you!
5. Quality Content with Warm and Personable Delivery - I have been listening to Rich for years now and I always look forward to the next episode. I am not athletic but I still enjoy listening to the high level athletes he has on. I particularly love the health and wellness information. The reoccurrence of themes and knowledge reinforces the learning and practice. It feels good to be able to incorporate nuggets and know I’m an active participant in my own health and wellness. BTW Rich has the most impressive vocabulary I have ever heard AND somehow does not sound pretentious. Big Fan
6. The best of the best! - Rich Roll’s podcasts are a go-to in order to not only learn more about the science of health and wellness, but also to be reminded of what it means to be human. Can’t say enough about how much I love RR’s style of listening. I come away feeling inspired and somehow more grounded every single time. A scholar and a seeker, Rich brings humility, intelligence and compassion to each conversation with a stunningly accomplished line up of individuals, each of which is contributing to the world in some exceptionally positive way. Thank you, RR!
7. New listener - Rich Roll has collected an amazing library of health, wellness and longevity podcasts. Truly inspiring. Plus the pods help with understanding better how to prepare for endurance sports. Mentally and physically. I don’t agree with everything the guests say hook-line-sinker, but I love the opportunity to open my mind to another way to look at a problem, society, and self. I am a physician and this is helping me to better listen to myself and my patients true needs. Super cool Rich, you got another regular in me.
8. Best of the best - I have subscribed to this show for about years, I would say it’s the best podcast I have ever come across. Very inspiring and always lots of new and inspirational information. Honestly a lot of the episodes make me want to do more good in the world and just be a better person in general. I love hearing all the great stories of people doing so many amazing things in the world that I would have never known about. Highly recommend!
Motivation Daily is for anyone looking for motivation, inspiration and encouraging words and advice to help you on your journey in life. Produced by Motiversity, this podcast features only the greatest motivational speeches, spoken by the best speakers in the world. Motivation is an important life skill. Without motivation, you can’t achieve anything. There are no goal posts to aim for and no purpose to strive towards. In this podcast, Motiversity features motivational speeches from the grea...
Release date: 2023-03-03
1. Used to be a lot better than it is now - They’ve been repeating the same motivational speeches for a few months now, just in different orders or running shorter episodes that might just highlight one speech instead of a compilation. This is for you if you need to hear the same thing repeated literally every day.
2. Great motivation but… - Love listening, but the music in the background is WAY too loud! The music itself is fine, but I like to turn it up, but then the music distorts and makes it hard to listen to! I’d listen more frequently and recommend this podcast if it weren’t for this. Doubt anyone from the podcast reads these reviews, but if you do just a suggestion.
3. Needs more diversity - I like this podcast and I've gotten a lot out of it, but I've noticed that about % of the speakers featured sound like they fall into one category: straight macho male. The furthest I've heard them stray from that stereotype is straight not-quite-as-macho male. Newsflash: there are plenty of successful, inspirational women and soft-spoken men out there who've given incredibly motivational speaches. Don't get me wrong I love the speakers I've heard on here and I don't want them to go anywhere, but we'd all benefit from hearing different types of motivational speakers. I'm always hearing the people on this podcast pushing for growth and risk-taking. Well guess what Motiversity? It's time for you to practice what you preach and grow a little bit yourself.
4. Great Motivation - Response to “Help” - I love this podcast! It’s a daily requirement. It always inspires me to action and I need this reassurance while I’m pushing past my mental barriers. For the person who left the review looking for the podcast featuring the WallStreet Trapper story about learning stocks in prison, it’s Episode ! Enjoy!
5. Love it! Just one suggestion.. - I’m really enjoying this podcast. A quick motivational lift I enjoy on my drive to work!
My only suggestion, when playing music in background sometimes it’s too loud and I can’t hear the speaker. Unfortunately I don’t get the full benefits of the episode.
Would love to clearly hear it all!
6. BEST PODCAST EVER! - I listen to at least episodes a week! All the episodes can apply to anyone, any age, and any situation in life. I am absolutely addicted to these! I can not say enough good things about them! Every time I feel down, they bring me up. Its also a plus that they do mention God in them.
7. Great Motivation - I’m a truck driver being out here on the road day after day, I love my job but also when I’m out here running I I turn this on pretty much every morning and listen and it’s starts my day off on the right foot some of the speeches I can really relate and it’s helps me out a lot keep them coming.
What does it mean to live a good life? Is it about happiness, health, friendship, love, or meaning? What about work, wealth, purpose, service, or something else? Can you live a good life even when things are hard? These are the questions and topics we explore every week in conversation with leading voices from health, science, art, industry, mindset, and culture, like Brené Brown, Matthew McConaughey, Mel Robbins, Alex, Elle, Adam Grant, Elizabeth Gilbert, Yung Pueblo, Maya Shankar, Mitch Albom...
Release date: 2023-03-02 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Wow, wow, wow!! - I am so determined to send this review and this is the third version since I accidentally lost the previous two!! Has my podcast playlist cycled through I seemingly came across this one by pure chance. After listening to it through completion I now see that it is as if it was sent by divine appointment and in the most timely manner. I will definitely be within the % who is jazzed from the onset of hearing the idea of taking the hour walk. I’m so grateful for both the podcast host and author and creator of the forementioned concept & their willingness to pursue their passions as well share the sweet fruits of their pursuits. I will definitely be passing this on to most family, friends, as well as clients in my role as a counselor and mental health pro. Thanks again for putting this out there to bless others in the community at large. I look forward to being able to share the experience and outcome of my participation in the concept and challenge of the hour walk. wishing you much love and an abundance of prosperity and passion in your pursuits! Carol Tidwell
2. Thank you - I started listening to Jonathan and The Good Life Project when I was living in a small Chicago apartment years ago (almost to the day). At that point in my life I was struggling with life numbing depression. But through filling myself up with inspiring content like this podcast I set a goal to lose lbs and to quit drinking. I accomplished that and today I’m the happiest I’ve ever been and it continues to get better. Not sure where I would be without listening to Jonathan and these inspiring interviews. Thank you
3. Tried sooo hard to like this! - All I listen to is podcasts. And I listen to thousands. NPR, self help, and anything to do with uplifting ones life is what I have in the back round while I do just about everything. Well, I was very excited when I came across this podcast because there were over episodes and I literally listen to podcast one all the way through all episodes and always look for ones with quite a few episodes as it’s usually an indication it MUST be good enough to keep pushing out content…. Right?!? Ummmm… I don’t know how he’s still doing it?!? I’m giving him starts simply because he has SOOOOO many incredible people on his show! Everything about this podcast is amazing except… HIM! I’ve literally never in my ten million listens ever left a review, but I simply can’t help myself. Almost every question he asks, he’s asking because he wants to give HIS answers. I’m always confused as to who’s the guest because he has this weird way of always bringing everything around to be about himself or his own experience. He interrupts his guests so often that it’s actually uncomfortable. I’ve given it - episodes and I simply can’t do anymore. He’s mentioned he’s a personal trainer in almost every episode (like seriously, because you meditate and work out doesn’t mean you can’t be a duche) and I’m actually very heartbroken about not being about to listen to anymore due to the content he seems to have. So I guess if you’re a better person then I or you’re into the ‘I’m so perfectly Zen, I stare at my perfect meditation body while I meditate for exactly . min every day’, then this is for you. Otherwise, check out other amazing podcast like Happiness Lab. P.S. I’m sure you’re a great person, but maybe try active listening when doing your interviews and worry less about what you’re hoping to add to the story. You have great topics with incredible guests! I truly wish you well!
4. Brings deep insight to the surface - I only get to about one out of of these, but love the meaningful and deep conversations. Jonathan is a gifted interviewer who gets beyond the book talking points and into the heart of the matter. I’ve come away from many of these interviews thinking and talking about the ideas with others in my life. In today’s world of surface level thinking and rapid movement from one subject to the next, this podcast is a breath of insight.
5. A grounded and healing podcast - Jonathan truly knows how to speak from the heart in a honest and vulnerable way. Every time
I listen to his podcast I come out feeling more conscious of my own life. He and his amazing guests guide me through all facets of life. I highly recommend this podcast for anyone looking to begin or deepen their love for self, life, and even business.
6. I’m only halfway through my first episode but I feel compelled to leave a review - This podcast is phenomenal. I was brought here because I wanted to listen to Brene Brown and, to my surprise, I enjoy the host just as much as her! He has such a unique and important perspective that opens your eyes, mind and heart. I love the honest truth I’m already hearing and cannot wait to dive deeper. / Recommend!
7. One of my favorites - In a world of hundreds, nay, thousands, of podcasts, it’s tough to choose personal favorites. The Good Life Project is one of my top ones- so much wisdom and thought provoking content. I relisten to someone of the episodes multiple times, they’re that good (end of year/beginning of year) in particular. Also doesn’t help that the host has such a kind, soothing voice.
8. "Real People" Doing Amazing Things! - Just discovered this podcast and I was so excited to see that there are so many guests that aren't already hosuehold names. The information and content is powerful and positive. There are tangible ideas and strategies to use and apply. Really terrific listening that genuinely adds value to my day. Love it!
The stories you tell yourself on a daily basis determines the person you will become.The good, the bad, the negative, the positive, the uplifting, the draining – they’re all part of the equation. But YOU are the author of your life story – so, what story are you writing? Top Podcaster & Best-selling Author Lewis Howes brings you the The Daily Motivation Show, where you’ll hear from industry-leading experts, you’ll learn proven principles, and you’ll discover life-changing ideas that ...
Release date: 2023-03-06 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Adding this to my morning routine - I just listened to about episode straight and actually started a notebook to write down some of the gems. I’m going to start incorporating these episodes into my daily routine! I love the bite/sized approach because sometimes mindset / motivation can feel overwhelming. Thanks for sharing this knowledge and inspiration with listeners!
2. Thank you - I started listening to this podcast when I was sad and felt lost in my home country, Nigeria. The daily motivation I listened to during traffic in Lagos gave me the confidence and zeal to want better for myself and come to the United States. It’s my th month in the states and this still keeps me going as I face new challenges. So thank you Lewis, thank you for inspiring us to leave limiting beliefs behind and build the life we desire
3. Validation of My Being - Listening to Lewis for just a few days now, I can honestly say that I’ve validated so many of my recent discoveries and learnings about love, life, and my mind. Having an original thought is a great feeling, but it’s an even better feeling to think you have one and then you realize that people are with you out there in the world, and people are thinking the same exact things and holding themselves back from the same positive energy that they need to make their days bright. I’m a huge fan now and will be listening all the time!
4. Daily Dose Of Positivity - Love Lewis Howes and the School of Greatness! Been a fan for awhile and his new Daily Motivation show does not disappoint!! Love that he had Kevin Hart on! Great episode! Kevin always keeps it real, just like Lewis does! Keep bringing the great content, inspiring messages, entertaining and thought provoking guests and authentic vibes Lewis!! I am a life long superfan and consider you a valuable friend and mentor!!! Love and Light always
5. Tools to become a better version of you - Lewis has devoted his life’s journey to helping us become the best version of ourselves. With his newest podcast, he is offering quick hits of daily wisdom designed to keep us motivated and on track in meeting our goals in life, business and in our relationships. His podcasts have served me incredibly well over many years now and I will continue to be a regular listener to The Daily Motivation AND The School of Greatness.
6. Power-packed teasers! - These brief episodes pack a punch. Vanessa Van Edwards, body language expert, shares why the first televised Presidential Debate, Nixon vs. Kennedy, cost Nixon the election. He didn’t look Presidential! Neuroscientist, Dr. Andrew Huberman discusses motivation, external and internal rewards, and the importance of dopamine. Listening to these short episodes makes me want to listen to the episodes on the School of Greatness Podcast. Keep the greatness coming, Lewis.
7. I can’t wait to get up in the morning - I love waking up in the morning and listen to this daily motivation show first thing in the morning. It gives me not only motivation and positivities, but also stars intellectual curiosity to further explore and meditate on them throughout the day. This show touches different topics every day to educate us as well in different areas. I often ended up continue listening to full episode. I’m so grateful for this show. I’m a big fan since the st episode and I have no plan of missing any of the future episodes Big thank you to Lewis for all you do!! I’m so grateful for you!
8. A No-excuses every-day essential! - Lewis’ content has inspired me for the better part of the past decade, and once again he’s pushing the envelope with a new format to continue delivering value. Back when I used to commute I’d knock out - podcasts a day. Since transitioning to working remotely it hasn’t been nearly as easy to sit through an entire podcast. These bite-sized clips are exactly what I need to be able to get these invaluable tips and motivation every day. I can throw these on while I’m washing the dishes, brushing my teeth, or doing any quick daily task. Once again, Lewis finds a way to inspire and educate us with fantastic content!
Part systems expert, part permission giver, Kendra Adachi, The Lazy Genius, is here to help you be a genius about the things that matter and lazy about the things that don't. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Release date: 2023-03-06 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Honor your body now - Episode really resonated with me. I’d. love to see it explored even further. After years of dieting, I’m working on Intuitive Eating. This episode helps me realize that loving my body as it is doesn’t need to be a thing. Accepting it an honoring it and being kind to myself is the goal. All those years of yo-yoing and believing my worth was tied to looks and appeal have taken their toll. They do not have the final word! Its never too late
2. Awesome! - Kendra’s way of breaking things down and honing in on the most effective questions to ask ourselves as we navigate the endless hurdles of life is so awesome. She is encouraging, relatable, and a pleasure to listen to. I’ve just bought both her books and they are fantastic tools that I’m eating up. Highly recommend! Thanks so much, Kendra!
3. What’s Saving My Life Right Now - Kendra — the lazy genius. This is what is saving my life right now. We have four kids with one on the way. We decided to have our last two close together so currently we have two toddlers at the same time. I found out I’m pregnant with a surprise baby. Kendra makes me feel like I’m going to be OK, and that this season is temporary. She makes me feel like I can do this and that it doesn’t have to be perfect. Thank you Kendra!
4. Life-changing and smart (but the ads!) - This is the only housekeeping/daily life maintenance podcast I listen to. It is super practical, always helpful, and very down to earth - the mundane tackled for the modern, intelligent adult and even (dare I say) fun. Kendra is relatable, honest, and likeable. Several episodes have been game changers for me. My only complaint is the ads that interrupt the podcast in the middle- I’ve just gotten my focus going and there they are, jarring my attention elsewhere, even if I skip them. I would much prefer Lex Fridman’s method of getting all the ads out of the way at the beginning.
5. - It’s really helpful for me to not ‘follow’ this show. I love so many things about the Lazy Genius Way and so many of these episodes, but I’ve realized that it’s so much more beneficial for me to find guidance on the things I actually need. It’s time to buy Christmas gifts? I’m going to find the LG podcast on that! Listening weekly feels repetitive (many have mentioned this in the comments) and often are broadly speaking to a topic I don’t currently have a desire to fix/adjust. In this season, it’s a pause. I’m sure I’ll look back and find something helpful that I missed! This is how I’m lazy genius-ing my current discontentment with this one. And I don’t mind the “woke” one bit!
6. Just the Best - One of the two podcasts I listen to without fail each week. (The other is Happier with Gretchen Rubin) Kendra is like a fun older sister who helps you keep perspective on life and who helps you keep your house clean(ish) and your avocados ripe. My favorite episodes are Don’t Throw the Baby and any of the pep talks. So much love for this podcast!
7. Kendra “Better Help” - I love the Lazy Genius way. Kendra is the (younger) “big” sister I needed when my kids were little, but now that they’re all high school and above, I have gone to back to grad school, and she is helping me Lazy Genius my way to getting reading and work done, keeping up with the house, pouring into my family and friends and feeling energized to keep going! Love Kendra; wish we were neighbors.
8. Adulting . - I love this podcast. Kendra is literally teaching me how to adult on a new level. I constantly use her steps in all sorts of ways, whether it’s planning dinner or dealing with hosting big family gatherings, she is walking me through it. I had way less stress this Holiday season because I focused on what mattered and kept it simple. Thanks Kendra!!
From New York Times best-selling author Rachel Hollis comes the ultimate podcast for anyone looking for more joy and purpose in their lives. Featuring candid interviews with top performers in business, media, and lifestyle, as well as deep dives into topics like health and motivation, The Rachel Hollis Podcast has everything you need to level up your life! New episodes premiere every Tuesday and Thursday.
Release date: 2023-03-02 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Rachel - I hope you get this as I don’t know how to use Instagram yet. So love your show and your energy, you are truly blessed! But at this time I wanted to send my condolences to you and your family at the loss of Dave! Even though you didn’t continue your marriage & you now have a great relationship with your Boo, please remember to take time to grieve as you have shared kids no matter how they came into your family and he will always hold a tiny piece of your heart! All the love, hugs, kisses and energy to hold you up at this difficult time! Love, Erin
2. Phoney Bologna!! - Hey Ladies, Stop Apologizing written by Maja Jovanovic. Ring a bell?! You know the work you totally stole and put your name on? You’re good at Plagiarism that is for sure! Whole career has been stealing others work or literally winging it. Guess it doesn’t take much to be a self-help guru. OH SISTER, pull yourself up by your boot straps. Copy paste copy paste change that word copy paste.
3. The absolute worst - I don’t even know where to start. Just another wealthy white woman telling women to support her to make her more wealthy. She’s just mean in her videos and on her podcasts. I also hate how she always blames her team and never takes responsibility. Absolutely disgusting. Do better. Rachel isn’t a licensed anything so take everything she says with a grain of salt. She isn’t a licensed therapist and has no education or professional experience or accreditation.
4. Guided together - Your podcast is a blessing! I really got back into listening to you in and I feel like I’m living a spiritually guided path along with you. You talk about everything I love God, Universe, spirit guides, healing trauma, IFS, I could go on forever. The interviews you have been doing give my such a sense of like heck yes! This this is the stuff we need to be talking about. You rock and just keep on rocking! Thank you for your work. Sending so much love.
5. Good lady - I’m and / years old. Rachael is an awesome mom, girlfriend, and lady in general. My mom started reading “Girl, go wash your face”. When my mom told me she had a podcast I tried it out. The first day I spent the whole evening listening to her! Very positive and uplifting. I am a christian myself, but I don’t curse, and I don’t believe in the universe, so that’s why I gave her a four star. -
6. No Shame - She is a chameleon who changes her personality and values to leverage the vulnerabilities of people who are seeking connection. Essentially, she’s a grifter who will do what she needs to do to make money. She does not care for anyone other than herself. It would be great if she was truly “cancelled,” but toxic people like her are like cockroaches who always come back to gaslight people into thinking that their past egregious behavior either didn’t happen or shouldn’t hold them back from continuing their grift. And, sadly, here she is. People who care for others don’t do it for book sales, clicks, or likes. They just do it. Also, anyone who follows the deeply misogynistic teachings of Tony Robbins should be scrutinized.
7. Jeffrey - Hi! I am just wanting to send out my heart to Jeffrey, you, and your family, Rachael. I am praying that the poor sweetie will heal quickly, and that his anxiety and fear subsides with time. My baby girl, who has passed, was attacked by an Akita. It grabbed her neck, but her arteries weren’t punctured, thank God. I was just sobbing hearing about what happened to Jeffrey. I am a fellow animal lover, and I am so happy to hear he survived. I will also pray that Jackson and his friends will heal from this. This is one of the most traumatic things that can happen to a pet and pet owners. Shower your fur baby in lots and lots of love. God bless you and Jeffrey. I know the year will be much better for you from here on out.
8. Good.. sometimes - I’ve been on the fence about our girl Rach for awhile now. There have been topics that I’ve found really insightful and interesting, but the last few I’ve listened to I’ve waited for her to get to the crux of the episode just to listen to her babble like she’s sitting with her therapist. Obviously she’s working out a lot of personal stuff regarding her faith and the dissolution of her marriage, but that’s her stuff not ours and listeners don’t need to hear her work out her issues while somewhat discussing the topic at hand.
Deepen your language skills and knowledge of the French-speaking world through fascinating true stories in easy-to-follow French, with added English for context. From Duolingo, the world's #1 way to learn a language. Hosted by Ngofeen Mputubwele.
Release date: 2023-01-24
1. No audio translations make it an almost pointless Podcast. - If the show provided audio translations to the French language spoken in each episode I would give it stars because the over all concept and production value of the show has great potential. It’s really frustrating however, how the show switches between English and French but the only option the listener has to verify their French comprehension is to look up the transcript of the show. This totally defeats the purpose of a podcast. Because podcasts are largely for listening audiences (whether they are visually impaired or not), and it’s kind of known thing in the Audio content business to always describe and translate things that can not be heard, I’m just confused what Doulingo is thinking here. For example, when someone is driving a car and listening, how likely are they to pause the show, go look up the transcripts and replay what they heard while reading the transcripts? Just really frustrating. Duolingo, please be mindful of accessibility.
2. Put podcasts back into the Duolingo lessons - I would really love it if you would put the podcast back into the lessons. I have completed the whole French course and the whole Spanish course, but would love to keep earning XP using the podcasts. I have to keep doing the same lessons over and over again (not a terrible thing, but also not ideal) in order to continue to earn XP. I have a long streak ( days) that I really want to maintain.
3. Duolingo is a Lifesaver! - My daughter moved to France four years ago. We talk every week sometimes multiple times. Duolingo has enabled me to hold simple conversations with her and her friends and now her husband! How awesome is that! She has been wonderful helping me to get clarifications on some assignments and show higher in lessons. I now have a day streak and don’t plan to break it! Thanks Duo!
4. This French is so so so amazing - I love this French and that is a reason I put a five star revue and here are some reasons why: . I can understand most of it. . The stories take place to Paris witch is a country I love . . The people are like me. . It is in French witch is a language I love . . It is very interesting.
5. I love the English French - I love the narrator explains the backstory, it makes the French way easier to understand. I can understand most of what the Frenchspeaker is talking about. I appreciate the French speakers speak slowly and with basic vocabulary. Interesting, real stories on fashion, art, food, and other things I like.
6. - Okay, I’ve only listened to the season one trailer and I already hate this. . I love podcasts but this one is boring.
. The description says “easy to understand French” but I can’t understand most of it.
. It also says “interesting stories” but this makes me want to take a nap. Bonne nuit!
7. Perfect for the more advanced but… - I tried this podcast as a beginner just starting French and I would say DO NOT TRY IT! As a beginner I couldn’t keep up with normal French speeds and it really confused me but no that I’m more advanced I can keep up and this is great for learning tips and some more phrases you might have forgotten or never learned I highly recommend for the more advanced au revoir!
8. The Best App And PodCast (TBAP) - I love thé app (Duolingo) that it helps you speak any language that you want like French to help you speak sentences! Like j’habite à Berlin (i live in berlin) or nous sommes un orange (we have an orange) The App helps you to speak any language in an easy way! But the only thing I don’t like about Duolingo is that mostly all the languages DON’T have a PodCast
Join How to Be a Better Human as we take a look within and beyond ourselves. How to Be a Better Human isn’t your average self improvement podcast. Each week join comedian Chris Duffy in conversation with guests and past speakers as they uncover sharp insights and give clear takeaways on how YOU can be a better human. From your work to your home and your head to your heart, How to Be a Better Human looks in unexpected places for new ways to improve and show up for one another. Inspired b...
Release date: 2023-03-06 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Thank God the guests are good - I come for the guests and their perspective. Chris Duffy is impossibly pompous and arrogant during the interviews. Any growth moments he shares about himself are clearly scripted.He has the world figured out already and has to read words someone else has written to convey moments of personal growth. It’s a shame since many of the guests are inviting genuine and authentic dialogue and curiosity. Chris isn’t up to the task.
2. Michael Schur episode September - - (Maybe) somewhat abnormally, but not to me, I will search apple podcasts to see if Michael Schur has been on any recent podcasts as a guest talking about his book “How to be Perfect”, his sports and random topics podcast called The PosCast with Joe Posnanski, his new working relationship with Meadowlark Media, the Dan Lebatard & Friends Network (although he’s soon (he hopes) to get fired from those shows) or lastly but most famously for his writing on The Office, The Good Place, Brooklyn , Saturday Night Live etc. I listen to Michael Schur because he makes SENSE! He’s logical, kind, considerate, humble, appreciative. He is HILARIOUS! He makes me laugh and he makes my heart happy. He adores his wife, kids, dogs. He wants us all to be better in any small way that we can and our combined efforts will make lives better, and we will be better for it. I was ELATED to come across this podcast today! Chris is a fabulous host! Great questions, insightful, clearly does his homework and above all, he’s an admirer of Michael Schur’s career and his efforts on and off the screen. This was a FABULOUS podcast and I can’t wait to listen to all the other episodes. I know I’ll learn something in every podcast.
3. lighthearted chat for learning - this is a great podcast to put on while I go on a walk! i laugh alongside Chris and enjoy his thoughtful anecdotes that always pair well with guests’ experiences. i have been eating with more mindfulness (buying produce in season, eating less meat) because of the Sean Sherman episode. i’d love to hear more from more WOC in the future
4. Best podcast ever! - I thought this one would be interesting to listen to because it deals with the psychology on how improve one self's behavior. The most memorable thing about this podcast is that it makes it memorable because all the ads that are sponsorships, are very helpful because Chris gives resources for people that deal with mental issues and other global issues, where he provides these resources to help raise awareness. I love that he always includes his CVS Red Nose Day and his sponsorship with the company of his favorite sock and tells that every time somebody buys a pair, the organization donates to people in need. I love that he has psychologists and other professionals, and they talk about how people can change or deal with new issues that deal with depression, grief and other mental problems. I also like it because it gives us a perspective that can help us learn even further from what Chris would explain. The one expert/guest that I liked the most was Dr. Lucy Hone, because she included mental issues that are most common in other countries and tried to connect them to the U.S. A question I would want to ask Chris is, how does he deal with mental issues himself? And how does he feel about the pandemic affecting it? And I would like to ask him this because since he likes it a lot and has his guests talk the same thing, I would like to see this from his point of view. Other topics that I would want the podcast to cover is that I would like to see a normal person, not an expert, but a normal guest, and I would like them to tell their story of dealing with mental issues and how do they deal with them, and what expectations do they have for themselves.
5. Love this! - So grateful for this podcast. One of my favorites to listen to when I go for a walk. Such a lovely source of empathy, optimism, and humility during a tough time. Also on a side note- I actually got one of the Apollo Neuroscience devices after hearing about it here and have been shocked at how genuinely effective it has been for managing my fibro symptoms. Thanks for making this podcast, your time and work are so appreciated!
6. How to spend money - I was struck by how different this episode was from my experience. The big insight seemed to be, spend money and time on other people not yourself. What annoyed me was the chuckle chuckle attitude that while this is what the expert recommends this isn’t what he does. I believe him. Being a big shot professor at Harvard is a place you get only if you put yourself first. I say this as an academic myself. At the same time, there are many people who do put others first, who spend money on others, who may even forget what they liked or wanted because they spend so much time focused on others. Ask any parent of an ill or disabled child, or an immigrant who will never work in their chosen profession in order that their larger family can escape oppression. In other words, the social conventions professor norton projects onto the rest of us reflect his narrow privileged but uncaring class, not the American experience as a whole.
7. Political arguments discussed by two liberals - First in a most empathetic and respectful way I’d like to bring forward some points on this episode. First there was no conservative voice or thought leader. Your bent was framed with fairly obvious left leaning positioning statements. For example why was the older uncle the conservative and the younger niece the liberal? Are there no young conservatives that could have made your story more believable?? They are out there you know. Your painting of the moral deeper fibers of conservatives are somewhat off base as well. It might have been important to put fairness in both categories. Conservatives believe in equality and fairness. indicating this is not a moral value for conservatives is incorrect. How we achieve it is where we may disagree. Also as conservatives you should have listed Freedom. That is probably the most important conservative value. Loyalty? Maybe you should have substituted Accountability. That would have been more accurate. So while I agree that we should frame our dialogue with finding ways to agree it might be best to have stepped out of this echo chamber and hear why conservatives feel our nation is polarized as well. Of course with all due respect to your guest. Maybe you can address this in a future episode.
Dear Gabby is a weekly show where #1 New York Times bestselling author and international speaker, Gabby Bernstein, offers up real-time coaching, straight talk and BIG LOVE. Episodes include unscripted Q&A sessions where she coaches listeners through life-changing transformations, plus free-flowing conversations about personal growth and spirituality with unique and inspiring guests.
Release date: 2023-02-27 Genre:Education > Self-Improvement
1. Gabby Is A Miracle!! - I am so beyond grateful for this podcast and can't help but recommend it to everyone. Every time I listen there is just so much love and good energy that comes through. As someone really looking to deepen my relationship with the Universe and being a student of A Course In Miracles, this podcast came to me right when I needed it. Gabby is vulnerable, honest, and authentic. Her guests are absolutely inspirational. Overall, this is just a truly amazing podcast. Thank you Gabby! And thank you to your team!
2. Absolutely life changing, but… - Update; I’m now giving the podcast stars, after so many episodes I have realized there are too many ads. I get that brand deals and ads are how money is made. I believe that an episode with more than ad breaks is ridiculous, you get minutes of pod and minutes of ads. And it’s like that through the whole episode, even if it’s a bonus episode! I listen to this podcast to help me be more spiritual and to learn new skills, but after the first ad break everyone after that just irritates the heck out of me. I want to go back to loving this podcast, please do less ad breaks. I’ve never loved a podcast so much. She really does have an answer for everything! I’ve listened to every episode on Spotify, some more than once. If you’re Looking fora good, clean, fun self help podcast this is where it’s at.
3. Listen to Feel Good! - I love that Gabby is doing a podcast now for Dear Gabby! I went off social media summer and haven’t gone back. Gabby is one of maybe three people I truly miss seeing on Instagram. Her guidance has been such a blessing in my life. I first read her book Judgement Detox two summers ago. I was introduced to EFT tapping and have fallen in love with the practice. I’m an elementary school counselor and have now started spreading the joy of tapping to my coworkers, students, and families. I have gone on to read more of Gabbys books and have shared many of her teachings with others as well. If you have come across Gabby’s podcast it’s for a reason. Listen and enjoy! I know I do! I went to write a review and never finished my first one. Gabby is amazing!!! I cannot wait for the next book about IFS. I’m in love with it already.
4. Physical Pain Episode - I love listening to this podcast, but I do pick and choose the ones I listen to. I listened to Season , Episode hoping there would be something about chronic migraines/headaches. I have suffered from headaches since I was a child. One of my first memories is my mother giving me an adult aspirin crushed in sugar. I was diagnosed with migraines in when I was years old. I have been on lots of medications both preventative and acute. I have done acupuncture, chiropractic, massage therapy, meditation, I still get at least one migraine a week. No trigger has been found. So any inner direction would be helpful. Thank you.
5. Expect miracles - After listening to Gabby’s minute positive affirmation meditation for days straight as recommended (and I still continue daily as I now have it memorized ) and Gabby was right - miracles did happen. I have been manifesting getting my healthy gf/vegan cookies with no refined sugar or inflammatory oils into Bonberi Mart for a year. Nicole (@bonberi) is a huge inspiration to me (and a friend of Gabby’s!). On day of this meditation I dropped off my first wholesale order of Superfood City cookies to Bonberi Mart which sold out in a week! It has been a long time coming and it all finally fell into place. I have never felt so sure that I am a miracle worker and that all is well
6. This is awesome - Love this podcast! Gabby I is awesome love her spirit and all she brings. I listen to many podcasts on many different subjects and I just want to say that I absolutely love this podcast, Gabby is on point with her answers and what she advises, I’m truly inspired by her!!! Have a great y’all, or I should say let’s make it happen!!! Blessings
7. Guided Minute Meditation That Will Change Your Life - Came across a minute meditation podcast where Gabby asks you to listen to it for days. Then come back to leave a review telling what positive changes have occurred.
I have experienced a lot of magic and growth within me. So many teachers have appeared on my path through music, audio books (The Wisdom of the Council), books (Medical Medium), blog posts, and social media. All had a profound message for me especially with where I’m at in my growth. I was ready for every message, all were loud and clear. I’ve started the Medical Medium morning cleanse and have improved my health so much. I’ve created a prayer practice that happened organically because there was so much gratitude of all that was happening, I started talking to God, my angels and spirit guides more often-asking for help, support & guidance and also giving A LOT of thanks. So much more love has come to me and because of that, so much more love is at home with my family, and that’s been the best part of it all. Having improved relationships with my spouse and kids. Thank you Gabby! I continue to listen to this every night before bed . Sending all my love and gratitude to you!
8. Ep. / Nov. manifesting meditation review. All IS well! - I’ve been a big fan of Gabby’s for years and thorough enjoyed “May Cause Miracles” and “Judgement Detox.” This meditation came to me at the exact moment it was needed. I felt stuck in life, my partner was battling an illness that came out of nowhere, and I was slipping back down addictive habits that didn’t serve me along with anxiety and depression. So a -minute -day meditation challenge seemed like a “well, everything is going crazy, we might as well try this” thing to do. days later… I’m blown away. All I did was listen to the meditation as consistently as I could and I prayed for trust. My partner’s illness is healing beyond all expectations. My job has improved. I’m on a path for health and healing. And we found out yesterday that I am pregnant. I know, I know. This sounds too good to be true and unbelievable. Trust me. It feels that way, too. But it is true, and I’m living it. MAY cause miracles?? Y’all. This is insanely powerful. Blessings to all who hear this podcast, that it can bring as much joy and relief and happiness and wellness and comfort to them as it has to me. Thank you, Gabby. Thank you for sharing your spirit. All is well.
Here’s Where It Gets Interesting finds the stories of America you probably haven’t heard. Host Sharon McMahon, a longtime teacher and one of today’s most influential voices, will ignite your curiosity about the fascinating stuff that wasn’t in history textbooks. She’s joined by notable thought leaders who share insights about history, culture, and politics, and inspire us to grow into more thoughtful, well-informed citizens. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Release date: 2023-03-03
1. The best we’ve ever had!! - Everything, and I mean everything, that Sharon puts out in the world is the best, hands down!!! I live for her Instagram stories and updates, bc with her, I finally feel like I have a clear understanding of what the heck is going on in the world!! Will never be able to say thank you enough for that… And her podcast?!? Amazing, just amazing!! Such great topics and filled with information and stories that most people have zero clue about!! Love you Sharon!!
2. The best podcast, again - I can’t say enough good things about his podcast. The warmth Sharon brings to it, the erudition, the balance, the inspiration, and the education—these keep me coming back. The most fun way to learn some history, for sure! And also a good way to learn more about some current topics that really matter. Congratulations, Sharon, on your receipt of the Jefferson Award for Outstanding Public Service by a Private Citizen! Very much deserved. I just watched your acceptance speech and was inspired to do more of the “little things” that do make a difference in our world. Thank you for the episode with another Jefferson Award recipient, Kat Wehunt. Shedding light on human trafficking that is taking place right here in the US is so important. The episode opened my eyes to the ways this exploitation tends to look, which are very different from the stereotypes so often portrayed in the media.
3. Great, educational podcast - I really like this podcast for its entertaining, educational format. Sharon is a hoot. Highly recommend. The only problem is the editing/ad placement. There are so many ads and some are quite long. Some are just dropped randomly within the podcast with no warning. Better formatting/editing would make this podcast top notch.
4. My weekly history continuing education - I have been listening to this show for about a year now. Each episode I learn something I never knew about our country. Sharon makes things interesting in a topic I never cared much about in school. If I taught history her podcasts would be homework. Thanks for helping me better understand why things are the way they are.
5. Too many ads - This is a well-produced podcast with great content. However, I can’t listen as often as I would like because I get frustrated at the ads. I understand the need for ads to keep podcasts like this going, but they feel misplaced in the flow of the script sometimes and there can be (fairly long) breaks in a min episode. This meets the length/frequency of ads I hear in long-form podcasts of -min. Besides that frustration, this is a nice, educational podcast.
6. Great content, so many ads - I really like the content of this podcast and the stories I’m hearing— they ARE interesting and they’re delivered in such a way that I feel like I’m having a conversation with Sharon about these subjects. I love that! I feel like there are just SO MANY ADS. And some of them are minutes long. Some of them are for MLMs. I get that podcasts cost money, and I work in marketing so I’m HERE FOR IT. But it makes this podcast much harder to listen to when it’s % ads, and each ad break portion is longer than the stories/content portions. Especially loving the first wives series, though, and they’re worth skipping through the ads to hear these interesting tidbits.
7. Obsessed with this Podcast! - I am always so delighted by this podcast! I could honestly listen to Sharon all day. Her stories are always so interesting and engaging. The conversations she has with her guests are fascinating and get me thinking about ways to improve. She brings much needed hope and light to the world and I’m so grateful for the work she does!
8. I love love love Sharon’s Podcast - As a year career teacher in history I am absolutely loving this podcast. I can’t wait for the next episode. Sharon, you are awesome! Soooo interesting and sooo much information. I wish I had known half of this information when I taught. I am loving the First Ladies episodes. I have recommended your podcast to all of my friends.