7 podcasts for life coaches to inspire big ideas

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Ana Sofia Espejo
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Highlights: Do you want to learn from the best in coaching and business? Tune into these 7 podcasts for life coaches to inspire your next big idea.
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Podcasts are a great way to embrace your love for life-long learning and catch up on the latest industry trends while commuting, working out, or doing chores. 

These seven shows are packed with actionable strategies and insights to fuel your business. Here are some of the best podcasts for life coaches to binge on.

1. Master Coaching with Ajit

Ajit Nawalkha is the co-founder of Mindvalley Coach, a serial entrepreneur, and the best-selling author of The Book of Coaching, The Business Book of Coaching, and Live Big. He’s also a sought-after life and business coach with over 10 years of hands-on experience.

The Master Coaching Podcast is the go-to resource for growth, learning, strategies, and coaching methodologies as a Life Coach, Business Coach, or Health Coach.

In this revamped series, Ajit interviews coaches, teachers, experts, and best-selling authors on their best ideas so we can grow our mindset, become better humans, and help other humans by sharing those ideas with others. He then takes everything he learned from that conversation and gives you 2 to 3 coaching strategies you can use immediately for yourself, your coaching practice, and your clients.

If you are ready to take your coaching skills to the next level, tune into the Master Coaching with Ajit podcast.

Average Episode Length: 45 minutes

2. Coaching for Leaders

Coaching for Leaders is a podcast hosted by Dr. Dave Stachowiak, who has over 15 years of leadership experience at Dale Carnegie and is the founder of Coaching for Leaders Academy.

His motto is “Leaders aren’t born, they’re made,” and that’s exactly what he aims to do through his podcast—help and support leaders to gain wisdom and insights through powerful conversations. 

With best-selling authors, leaders, and experts as guests, there’s a wide range of topics being brought up, from leadership in the workplace to personal development and networking.

This podcast has over 20 million downloads and has been the #1 show in the management niche on Apple Podcasts. New episodes come out every Monday.

Average Episode Length: 40 minutes

3. Coaching Real Leaders

If you’re looking for a way to learn coaching skills from real-world master coaches, then this podcast by Harvard Business Review is exactly what you need.

Hosted by experienced leadership coach and C-suite advisor Muriel Wilkins, Coaching Real Leaders targets successful leaders and managers who’ve hit a bump in the road and need help getting back on track in their careers.

What’s interesting is that she shares excerpts from her coaching sessions with anonymous clients, discussing their challenges. Then she sums up the best insights from her recordings for her audience.

It’s a great way for leadership, executive, and high-performance coaches to learn new coaching tools and techniques.

Average Episode Length: 40 minutes

4. Creative Confidence

This podcast is made for leaders who want to bring innovation and creativity into the workplace. It hosts open and honest conversations with some of today’s most inspiring and successful change-makers, design thinkers, and creative minds who share their personal stories of innovation.

Hosted by IDEO U executive design director Coe Leta Stafford and founder Suzanne Gibbs Howard, tune into Creative Confidence to learn about the approach these experts take to leadership, creativity, innovation, and growth, and how you can cultivate a human-centered approach to work.

Average Episode Length: 30 minutes

5. The Knowledge Project

The Knowledge Project podcast is more of a personal growth podcast than coaching-related, but it’s all the more insightful for professionals in this field. It describes itself in one simple line that pretty much says everything: “Master the best of what other people have already figured out.”

This fantastic show is hosted by Shane Parrish, the founder, curator, and mastermind behind Farnam Street. He invites best-selling authors, renowned experts, experienced leaders, and entrepreneurs on the podcast to discuss how to analyze problems, seize opportunities, and master decision-making.

Every episode is value-packed with wisdom you can use at work and home. And it exists to help you unlock your potential. 

Average Episode Length: 60 minutes

6. Create Freedom: Fitness Entrepreneurship and Marketing Podcast

The Create Freedom Podcast is designed for those who want to create more freedom in their lives. It shares ideas and strategies for building a business that creates abundance and time freedom.

This business podcast is hosted by Dan Garner, a strength coach, best-selling author, and founder of Team Garner, and Kevin McClelland, an entrepreneur and online marketing and advertising expert.

Tune into this podcast to learn the latest business growth strategies, marketing tips, and productivity hacks that take you one step closer to living the life of your dreams—in less than 20 minutes.

Average Episode Length: 15 minutes

7. The Life Coach School Podcast

This podcast is hosted by Brooke Castillo, a master certified life and weight coach. She is also the founder of The Life Coach School, a training platform for coaches and individuals who want to create the impossible in their own lives.

In this show, you’ll be able to listen to master coaches and former students of the Life Coach School share their journeys to becoming coaches and key learnings.

Average Episode Length: 40 minutes

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With the best coaching and personal growth podcasts on your playlist, even 10 minutes of daily listening can broaden your horizons and help you dream bigger.

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Ana Sofia Espejo

Ana Sofia Espejo

Ana Sofia Espejo is a content marketing specialist for Mindvalley Coach, a content writer and editor, and a certified life coach. With more than seven years as part of the coaching and personal growth community, she enjoys creating content that enables individuals to live their best lives.
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Ana Sofia Espejo

Ana Sofia Espejo is a content marketing specialist for Mindvalley Coach, a content writer and editor, and a certified life coach. With more than seven years as part of the coaching and personal growth community, she enjoys creating content that enables individuals to live their best lives.
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