If you’re looking for inspiration and motivation, podcasts are a fantastic way to get the help you need. Our team listens to a fair amount of inspirational podcasts, so we’re sharing 7 of our favorites. We hope you enjoy them as much as we do, and find the support you’re looking for.
Along with her sister Elizabeth Craft, NYT bestselling author Gretchen Rubin hosts this short and sweet podcast that’s all about actionable tips, tricks, and advice for putting the happy back into your life.
There’s nothing like the Oprah Winfrey to give you a healthy dose of inspiration. She interviews everyone from favorite celebrities to gurus and pretty much everyone in between, offering guidance and insight in a way only she can.
Renowned relationship expert and bestselling author Ester Perel hosts a fascinating podcast where she engages in a therapy session with a couple every week. It’s like you’re a voyeur into the world of her therapeutic process, all of which can be applied to your own life.
This former Amazing Race contestant turned Internet superstar injects positivity, joy, and light into your life with her weekly podcast. She covers topics like how to be a master communicator and how to conquer your goals, along with inspirational interviews with guests from all over the world.
Our own OTB podcast has been described as “15 minutes of inspiration and gratitude.” Each week, host Kristen Chase shares the story of an amazing woman in a beautifully scripted storytelling format. From cancer survivors to medical doctors, to non-profit founders and more, expect to be inspired by these everyday women doing amazing things.
This groundbreaking Peabody Award-winning podcast that discusses the big questions of meaning — spiritual inquiry, science, social healing, and the arts. Hosted by Krista Tippett, each week a new discovery about the immensity of our lives.
You may be familiar with host Nora McInerny’s viral TED Talk about grief. In her podcast, she asks people to share their complicated, honest feeelings about they really are. It’s sometimes sad, sometimes funny, and often both.