Self Help Podcasts
The mission of ProdPod is to produce approximately two-minute, fast-paced and thought-provoking episodes covering instructional tutorials on productivity techniques, author & expert interviews, books, software & other tool reviews, and informational topics that are interesting to productivity enthusiasts new and advancing.
By Ray Sidney-Smith
This is a fitness, nutrition, and health podcast for women. RKC and NASM coach, Kindal Boyle talks anything and everything about helping you get results from your workouts, get inspired for new fitness challenges, to build strength and find a passion for living a healthy life beyond burning calories. More than that, she seeks out and interviews the best guests you can imagine. Not only celebrities, the best trainers, but real women and success stories. There is so much to learn from real women that are not paid to lose weight and get fit like celebrities are. And that's one reason why we wanted to create this podcast. It's laid back and will feel as if you're just talking with your girlfriends as you learn about amazing fat burning workouts, techniques, and fundamentals that actually work. I really hope you enjoy it.
By Kindal Boyle
Your one-stop-shop for all things confidence, this is the show that inspires personal momentum in every aspect of health, business and life so that you can literally conquer life with confidence and courage. Blackwell is the original Confidence Coach in the field of personal development and will help you finish what you start. Over 2 million downloads agree that The Confidence Podcast is the perfect weekly source to help you take massive action in life. <br> <br>
By Trish Blackwell
Jared Easley & friends have "fire-side" conversations that range from faith, life, family, business, personal and professional development. This show typically includes a guest that takes a big swim in "Lake You". We learn from examples of what to do and what not to do.
By Jared Easley & Friends
The How to Quit Working Show is for the aspiring Entrepreneur. If you want to quit your job and start a business so you can create a lifestyle of freedom and be passionate about every day, you're in the right place! Jeff Steinmann has casual, fun and insightful interviews with successful entrepreneurs. His guests share their stories, successes, failures and tips to stay motivated and inspired. Tune in for regular training, on-air coaching and interviews three times a week!
By Jeff Steinmann interviews successful lifestyle business owners about how to quit your job and start a business
If you’re so exhausted and overwhelmed by your status quo that you can’t even figure out a way to add GOOD things into your life, you need this weekly podcast. Hosts Betsy & Warren Talbot know how to remove what's not working so you can have more of what you love.
By Warren & Betsy Talbot
RadioMD’s “talking” Health A-Z Interviews with experts in the world of health, including world-renowned physicians, authors and celebrities in every area of health, wellness, fitness and medicine. Learn the best ways to stay fit, stay healthy and stay well.
By RadioMD - Health, Wellness and Fitness
Host, Dr. Leigh Vinocur, MD, approaches the topics on ER 101 from her perspective as an emergency room physician. Expert guests from the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) join Dr. Leigh to discuss weekly news, healthcare and pop culture health issues, as well as how to keep you and your family safe in an unsafe world.
Through a combination of engaging interviews and narrative from the host, John Gavin, a seasoned securities analyst and serial entrepreneur, this podcast showcases innovations right under our noses. The show takes you places you did not expect regarding things you may often see, pass by, and perhaps even take for granted. Quiet Innovation brings them to your attention, leaving great stories that stick with you once you hear about them. With nearly 30 years of professional experience to draw on, John has the perspective to strike the balance you need to stay hopeful, yet realistic. That experience includes having worked as a financial analyst and portfolio manager for well-known investment firms and starting two of his own companies in 2000. Today John enjoys a lifestyle that comes from working hard, living within your means, and picking yourself up and trying again when things don’t go as planned. In addition to having had feature articles written about one of his own great ideas in both the New York Times (twice) and the Wall Street Journal, John has also regularly appeared as a guest analyst on CNBC and has been quoted in a wide array of other media outlets. In his personal life, he also served for 20 years as a volunteer firefighter where he rose to command rank and helped to train the next generation of first responders. Though now retired from active duty, he proudly remains a certified EMT today.
By John P. Gavin, CFA: Professional Investor, Serial Entrepreneur, Dirt-Poor as a Kid