Raise your hand if you want 2021 to be DIFFERENT than 2020. Same.
That’s why, today, we’re talking podcasts. The best way to escape our daily struggles. To find inspiration. To learn. To get motivated, boost our mood and find new ways of improving our lives.
For Home Cleanliness & Organization: A Slob Comes Clean
Whip your house into shape, get rid of clutter and up your storage container game with this fun and super insightful podcast.
Get your house and your life back on track in no time with Dana K. White. Her down to earth humour and practical tips and tricks will motivate you to tidy up any messy house.
For budgeting & financial advice for Families: “Marriage, Kids and Money“
Everybody knows that kids add a wrinkle to your budget.
With more than 200 episodes “Marriage, Kids and Money” seem to never run out of topics. They talk about everything from how to pay off your mortgage early to how to help your kids become future millionaires (who are generous).
For financial success: ”The Stacking Benjamins”
Broadcasting live from his mom’s basement since 2012, Joe Saul-Sehy – a former financial advisor – is one of those people who seem to have money figured out. Financial literacy is key for building wealth, savings, investing and a better future, overall.
Fun financial conversations exist! So grab a cup of joe and start taking notes! The best thing about it: the hosts play around and actually share common money mistakes and how to avoid them (or bounce back from them), making it really easy to relate or to learn from the experts.
For the best deals out there: The Cheapskate Show Podcast
If “deal alert” is your mantra, you have lots in common with Rick Broida, CNET’s deal expert on everything tech and more.
Whenever Rick rings the bargain alarm, the rest of us follow. It’s especially helpful to follow his advice around major holidays and shopping sprees – like Back to School or Black Friday season.
Find the latest edition of this podcast, here.
For increased productivity: The Tim Ferriss Show
Why do we love it soooo much? Tim Ferriss gets to pick the brains of world-class performers from every area – sports, business, writing, arts – and delivers tactics and tricks all of us can incorporate into our daily lives.
Past guests include Hugh Jackman, Dr. Jane Goodall, Neil Gaiman, Arnold Schwarzenegger, LeBron James, Elizabeth Gilbert, Ray Dalio, Michael Lewis, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Kevin Hart, Edward Norton, Tony Robbins, Maria Sharapova, Jamie Foxx, Maria Popova, Peter Thiel, Marc Andreessen, Amanda Palmer, Malcolm Gladwell, Vince Vaughn, Rick Rubin, Reid Hoffman, Jon Favreau, Whitney Cummings, Matthew McConaughey, and 400+ more.
For unlocking our human potential: Brene Brown’s Podcasts
The “Unlocking us” & “Dare to Lead” shows are filled with knowledge on how to connect easier to the different people in our life, how to learn from the great leaders of our generation, how to deal with adversity, failure and vulnerability.
The conversations are genuine, deeply human and honest. After listening, not only do you have more knowledge about how our brain works but also you feel better about yourself and your beautifully messy self.
For awesome history lessons: It Was Said
“It Was Said” is a limited documentary podcast series that takes us back to some of the most powerful and timeless speeches in American history.
It’s written and narrated by Pulitzer Prize-winning and best-selling author-historian Jon Meacham, the same one who wrote “The soul of America”. Every episode is a trip to the past that opens our hearts and ears to the great speeches that shaped this country’s destiny, from Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” to President Obama’s Charleston Sermon.
Want to better at small talk or wow co-workers with a nugget of wisdom from the past? Start listening!