If you believe that you couldn’t be a better person, either you are content with yourself and are rather unambitious when it comes to that, or you are simply narcissistic! All of us are flawed; all of us have weaknesses; all of us have something that is holding us back. It could be related to our mental health or the fact that we are lazy as hell. Everyone needs a good pep talk now and then to stay on the course of becoming a better person. Podcasts are a great help in this matter and if you are on the hunt for them, you have come to the right place. Here’s the list of top self help podcasts. You can listen to several of these best self development podcasts on iTunes, Stitcher, Spotify or even YouTube for free.
16. 10% Happier with Dan Harris (2016- present)
One of the traits that you need to instill in yourself is optimism. Yes, it is difficult to think positive when nothing is going right, but pessimistic behaviour won’t lead you anywhere either. Besides, if you are already at your worst, you can only get better after that. Ask Dan Harris! He had a panic attack on national television and lived to tell the tale. Not only this, he learnt an important lesson from this, and has even written a book and launched an app on the subject. Do you want to know his secret? Listen to his podcast. You can find all episodes of ‘10% Happier with Dan Harris’ here.
15. Bucci Radio (2016- present)
While religion and philosophical teachings ask you to be content with what you have, you know you’ll be stunted if you don’t thirst for more. Humans would have never achieved such scientific and technological advantages if they had been satisfied with what they had. Similarly, if you want to have a better life, then start working for it. Wherever your talents may lie, if you don’t have a proper mindset, there is only so far you can go. In her podcast, Amanda Bucci talks about all the habits that we need to inculcate to become the best version of ourselves. You can listen to all episodes of ‘Bucci Radio’ here.
14. 20 Minutes with Bronwyn (2018- present)