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15 Must-Listen Personal Growth Podcasts to Help You Become the Best Version of You (Always)

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Summary: The rising popularity of podcasts has helped put personal growth in the limelight. Here are 15 of the best personal growth podcasts you can tune into.

You’ve got books, programs, workshops, talks, one-on-one sessions, and what have you—all in the name of self-improvement. And then, there are podcasts—the ever-so-popular, easily accessible online talk shows hold some incredible, if not the best, personal growth podcasts out there.

They’re a miraculous passage into the world of your highest, wisest self. And getting hooked on the most empowering, inspiring, and enlightening ones will put you on the fastest track possible.

So if you want to become your best self but can’t seem to find the time to spare, pop in your AirPods (or earbuds for Androids—no discrimination here) and listen in while you go about your business.

15 of the Best Personal Growth Podcasts

Personal growth is a wide spectrum. If you’re new to the game, it may be like going into a candy store without any prior exposure to sweets. If you’ve already had a taste, seeking out the next topic may feel like stepping into Willy Wonka’s factory without a clue what you might find. So, understandably, it can be daunting.

So what are some personal growth podcasts you can subscribe to? That’s where this list comes in.

You can listen to them all or tune in to the one that calls out to you. Either way, there’s always some wisdom to consume to unlock the brilliance within.

1. The Mindvalley Show | Vishen

When he’s not wearing his CEO hat or convincing the world of the greatness that is the 6-Phase Meditation, Vishen can be found behind the mic of The Mindvalley Show. And it helps that the founder of Mindvalley has a way of making his guests feel at ease; he’s able to extract insights and inspiration from world-leading visionaries and thought leaders in personal transformation (such as Neale Donald Walsch, Steven Kotler, and Dr. Amy Killen).

So whether you’re seeking profoundly transformative advice on health, performance, relationships, mindset-shifting, or accessing altered states, you’ll find it at The Mindvalley Show.

This exceptionally well-rounded podcast explores a multitude of lifestyle topics. From accessing higher states of consciousness to running a kickass business to becoming the very best version of yourself in mind, body, spirit, and work.

2. Selling With Love | Jason Marc Campbell

We spend over 70% of our waking hours at work, yet so many of us spend that time unhappy, uninspired, and desperately waiting for Friday. Well, Selling With Love (formerly known as Superhumans at Work, a Mindvalley Podcast) is here to change that.

The episodes, hosted by Jason Marc Campbell, dive into the minds of world-leading peak performers, authors, and workplace experts. Their aim? To uncover the most cutting-edge systems and strategies that you need to become “superhuman” at work.

Whether you want to learn how to reinvent your career, level up your business, manage overwhelm and anxiety on the job, or become an impactful and conscious leader, this podcast will give you all the tools you need to find meaning, passion, and purpose in your work and everyday life.

3. Kwik Brain | Jim Kwik

If you could be the best at learning one thing, what would it be? Languages? Mathematical equations? People’s names? How about learning?

This podcast is all about Jim Kwik’s specialty: learning how to learn, a.k.a. meta-learning.

Jim Kwik (his for-real name) has trained many of the world’s top CEOs and celebrities (including the cast of the movie Dr. Strange) to become top-notch mental performers. He also happens to be the trainer of Mindvalley’s Superbrain and Super Reading Quests.

Kwik Brain is a fun and fast-paced podcast designed to help you learn how to learn and double your brain power—you will be able to learn, read, and remember anything in half the time!

4. Sadhguru | Sadhguru

If you’re looking for something a little more spiritual, the podcast by Sadhguru is a great one to tune into. However, don’t expect it to be an interview-style podcast; instead, it’s more of a collection of wisdom from the Yogi-slash-mystic (and trainer of Mindvalley’s A Yogi’s Guide to Joy Quest) himself.

The show is mainly fast-paced, but Sadhguru’s presentation of his wisdom is anything but. His life’s work serves as a reminder that the inner sciences are not disciplines of the past. Rather, they’re practices that are still relevant today.

5. Nir & Far: Business, Behavior, and the Brain | Nir Eyal

Much like the rest of his work, Nir Eyal’s podcast is the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. Or as he calls it, “behavioral design.”

The habit formation expert makes it his mission to highlight the psychology behind why we, as humans, are so easily distracted, which is the premise of his books and what he teaches in his Becoming Focused and Indistractable Quest on Mindvalley. Additionally, he’s out to educate people on how to build healthful habits with tips and tricks you can incorporate into your daily routine.

6. Paul McKenna’s Positivity Podcast | Paul McKenna

Half an hour is all you need to get insights from one of Paul McKenna’s podcast episodes. The hypnotist-slash-behavioral scientist (and trainer of Mindvalley’s Everyday Bliss and Total Self-Confidence Quests) brings some of the world’s most interesting people to the stage.

But this is no run-of-the-mill self-improvement podcast. Paul’s deeply explorative style makes for great conversation with his guests. And while they cover various aspects of life, there’s one central topic it all wraps around, and that’s how to stay positive.

7. Dear Gabby | Gabby Bernstein

Real-time coaching, straight talk, and big love—what more could you ask for? That’s what #1 New York Times best-selling author and international speaker Gabby Bernstein offers in her weekly podcast episodes.

Gabby’s forte is completely unscripted conversations with unique and inspiring guests, as well as coaching her listeners through life-changing transformations. And that makes this podcast for personal development one to subscribe to.

8. School of Greatness | Lewis Howes

What is it that makes great people so great?

Hosted by New York Times best-selling author, world record holder, lifestyle entrepreneur, and former pro athlete, Lewis Howes, the School of Greatness podcast is on a mission to answer precisely that.

The podcast explores this question by interviewing some of the greatest people on the planet: from game-changing business minds to world-class athletes to some of the most influential thought leaders out there.

This profound self-help podcast is sure to keep you dreaming big and, better yet, achieving those dreams.

9. The Marie Forleo Podcast | Marie Forleo

New York Times best-selling author and entrepreneur, Marie Forleo, was named a thought leader for the next generation by Oprah Winfrey. And if you’ve heard the inspirational interviews on her award-winning video series, MarieTV, then you know why.

On the audio version of her weekly series, The Marie Forleo Podcast, she brings on some BIG names in the personal development world to tackle everything from productivity to happiness to love to career advice to fulfillment. Basically, whatever you’re looking for, she’s got you covered.

Regardless of the topic, Marie is able to effortlessly break down some of the most complex and pressing issues of our time into witty, down-to-earth, and actionable advice to help you build a career and a life you fall more in love with every single day.

10. On Purpose With Jay Shetty | Jay Shetty

If you’ve yet to know about the former monk known as Jay Shetty, his podcast is a great way to do so. It’s one of the go-to podcasts for personal growth—and for good reasons. 

Jay is humble, positive, purposeful, and seeks insights that are helpful and serve to elevate his guests and his listeners,” as per a review on Chartable. And it’s with those traits that he’s able to invite his friends in high places to discuss how they live their lives on purpose, with insights on how you can, too.

11. Unlocking Us | Brené Brown

Created and curated by #1 New York Times best-selling author Brené Brown, this eye-opening podcast unpacks some of the most real, raw, unpolished, and honest elements of the human experience she’s learned over 20 years of research.

In Unlocking Us, Brené dives into some of the most complex and trigger-worthy topics like shame, vulnerability, and the permission to feel with anyone, from New York Times best-selling author Glennon Doyle to legendary singer and songwriter Alicia Keys.

No topic is left untouched, and Brené hopes that these powerful talks, which reflect “both the magic and the messiness of what it means to be human,” will show how we can find courage and connection by sharing our most unfiltered and (at times) uncomfortable experiences.

12. The Lively Show | Jessica Lively

Rated the “#1 Podcast That All Female Entrepreneurs Should Listen To” by Inc. Magazine, The Lively Show is all about uplifting and inspiring you to move from a “hustle” mindset to finding alignment and flow in your work and your life.

Hosted by business owner-turned-life coach Jessica Lively, this thought-provoking podcast breaks down the science behind some of the most “woo-woo” topics. You’ll find anything and everything, like the Law of Attraction, flow, intuition, and the subconscious, in such a way that even skeptics can’t help but get on board.

The Lively Show will intrigue, motivate, and ultimately move you to approach your life and career with profound intention so you can achieve more than you ever thought possible.

13. Good Life Project | Jonathan Fields

Created and hosted by Jonathan Fields, Good Life Project takes a real-world approach and features embodied teachers in every facet of life, presenting their views and methods of living a better life.

These teachers have tried-and-tested systems to integrate more meaning, connection, and love into life. And they are the best in their field of practice—from Buddhist philosopher and professor Robert Thurman (father of Uma Thurman) to human guinea pig Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek and Tools of the Titans.

This personal development podcast will nurture your progress with novel ideas from truly profound thinkers and doers.

14. Impact Theory | Tom Bilyeu

Do you want to know the greatest secrets to success?

With the Impact Theory podcast, you will learn these secrets to success from none other than Tom Bilyeu, an unbelievably successful world-renowned serial entrepreneur and co-founder of Quest Nutrition (#2 Inc. 500 company).

In fact, on top of everything Tom personally has to offer, he interviews some of the world’s highest achievers, such as Peter Diamandis, Jim Kwik, and Vishen, to ensure a tasteful variety of these secrets.

The passion, wisdom, and zest for life that these super-achievers share will leak out of your headphones and radiantly infect all aspects of your being.

15. The Tony Robbins Podcast | Tony Robbins

Hosted by perhaps one of the most influential motivational speakers of our time and touching over 50 million people across the globe (including Bill Clinton, Serena Williams, and Wayne Gretzky), the amazing Tony Robbins leaves no stone unturned in his revolutionary podcast.

With deep and practical insights into business, health, finances, and relationships, the Tony Robbins Podcast has amassed a huge following for the wisdom conveyed through the masterminds he hosts—Dr. Mark Hyman, Dave Asprey, and Deepak Chopra, to name a few—making it one of the best self-improvement podcasts of our time.

How to Hack Your Podcast-Listening Habit for the Best Results

With the fast-paced lifestyle we’ve adopted, even sifting through a list of the best personal growth podcasts can be a chore. It’s true, there are so many podcasts out there, and without finding one you truly connect with, you might miss out on some life-transforming wisdom.

So here are three tips that can help you zone in on the podcast (or podcasts) that can bolster your personal growth.

  1. Find the areas you want to focus on. You can take a simple quiz at Mindvalley to identify the areas of growth that you want to prioritize. Simply put, this essentially puts it into a “one step at a time” perspective so that it’s not so overwhelming.
  1. Choose your podcast(s). Once you’ve identified the areas you want to focus on, choose a preferred app to help you learn. There are plenty to choose from, like Spotify or Apple Podcasts. And from there, you can tune in to the different podcasts and find the one you like the best.
  1. Design a practice to bolster your growth. The list of the best personal growth podcasts is filled with invaluable insights and tips. So if you want to dive deeper into your areas of growth, you can find resources at Mindvalley. 

Once you’ve gotten the hang of that, there’s a whole world of powerful podcasts for you to explore. And from there, you’ll be able to make your personal growth part of your daily routine, helping you think bigger and see your purpose clearer.

Listen In & Seek Greatness

Personal growth can be uncomfortable and messy. However, it’s necessary.

One option to access knowledge and wisdom from experts is tuning into the best personal growth podcasts. But when or if you’re ready to fully immerse yourself in transformational programs, head over to Mindvalley.

There, you can find quests like The Silva Ultramind System with Vishen, Superbrain with Jim Kwik, Everyday Bliss with Paul McKenna, and Becoming Focused and Indistractable with Nir Eyal. 

With a Mindvalley account (which you can sign up for free), you can access sample classes of the quests. Additionally, you have first dibs on the live interviews between Vishen and thought leadership guests before it goes up on The Mindvalley Show.

It’s time to make a change so that you can create an impact. Welcome in.

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Tatiana Azman

Tatiana Azman is the SEO content editor for Mindvalley and a certified life coach. She brings a wealth of experience in writing and storytelling to her work, honed through her background in journalism. Drawing on her years in spa and wellness and having gone through a cancer experience, she's constantly on the lookout for natural, effective ways that help with one's overall well-being.
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Tatiana Azman

Tatiana Azman is the SEO content editor for Mindvalley and a certified life coach. She brings a wealth of experience in writing and storytelling to her work, honed through her background in journalism. Drawing on her years in spa and wellness and having gone through a cancer experience, she's constantly on the lookout for natural, effective ways that help with one's overall well-being.
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