When I am not listening to non-fictional books, ted talks, church talks, or anything self help I am listening to a podcast. I cannot believe I didn’t start listening to them till over a year ago. Once my husband showed me where they were on my phone and how I can access absolutely ANYTHING, I was completely hooked.
At least once a day while running or doing the dishes I am listening to a podcast that will help my thoughts or to learn something new. Our world is completely amazing and the things it has to offer. Podcasting is something wonderful and I highly recommend listening to any of them that you find interesting or want to grow from.
I wanted to share some of the podcasts I listen to that have completely changed my thinking. I mention them to friends and family all the time. Currently, I rotate between 10 of them, but 5 of them are at the top.
Better Than Happy with Jody Moore. Need I say more? If you haven’t heard of Jody Moore, I am so glad you are reading this so you can gain more information about the work she does. She is a certified Life Coach teaching with LDS values. I mean, don’t we all need a Life Coach? I do! Plus, it’s free! If you want to sign up for her coaching classes, you can but all of what she shares from her coaching is for free. Life Coaching helps you identify yourself, thoughts, and surroundings A LOT more. Because of finding Jody I have cleaned up a lot of my thoughts and I see through a clearer lense. I always thought the self help books I read were what helped me have an open mind. Life Coaching through Jody Moore has taught me how to take care of my mental and emotional state and making that a top priority. I LOVE IT!
All in. an LDS Living Podcast. This podcast is one where host Morgan Jones interviews artists and authors on their spiritual journey. One that I am on.“,where we explore this question with the help of authors and artists who are striving to live their faith every day—just like you.”I love the personal experiences that the guests share with the viewers. The guests share their difficult times and their triumphs from the work that they contribute professionally and with their families. I have been able to feel so much encouragement and connection with them because as I am working towards building a blog that connects with others all over the world, and they are doing it. I feel a boost in my spirituality and confidence to keep going even when it gets hard.
The Ken Coleman Show. Ken Coleman is so passionate about what he does. He loves the job and life he gets to experience daily that he wants the same for others. He “helps you discover the role you were born to play—and map out a plan to get there.” After listening to him for about a year, I discovered the way I want to contribute in a career mindset. After the first few episodes I wrote down his recommendations of what we are personally talented at and what drives us. He is amazing at getting down to the root or what we are naturally good at, the way we thrive and how to help us get there. So great!
Awesome with Alison. Alison, with one L! Is so passionate about her work. The podcast involves her talented, musical husband and her sharing how they have built their brand and ways we can build our brands, our brains, and our hearts. They truly care about the work they do and you can feel it through their words. She has given me great ideas when it has come to the way I want to see myself as a blogger and how I can get there. Her famous line is, “Only you can be you, and you’re already as awesome as you need to be.” Her goal is to help us use proper yet confident thought work to be our most awesome and thriving selves. Be ready to laugh and cry with her, because she is so relatable!
“Tara Brach is the founder of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington. She has practiced and taught meditation for over 40 years, with an emphasis on vipassana (mindfulness or insight) meditation.” We all need a moment to relax and be one with ourselves. Am I, right? When I am having an overwhelming day or need my kids and I to relax in the evening we turn on a meditation practice. Her voice is so soothing and she has great insight on calming your mind and body. The root of her practices, what I have gotten out of it, is to be aware of what we do by loving our world and the world we have been given. “The podcast addresses the value of mindfulness meditation and self-compassion in relieving emotional suffering, serving spiritual awakening and bringing healing to our world.”
These 5 podcasts have changed my life for the better. I have become better aware of my thoughts, my body and to live my best, true and authentic self. I feel like they have helped me want to be better. With the words they provide I am growing and learning so much. I am grateful for the value and work they put into the world. They have provided great direction with the way I want to live and how I can live it better.
Each of these podcasts have not only grown my intellectual side but also my spiritual side. When I am in my best thoughts, I feel that I want to invite the spirit to guide and influence me more. As a whole, I feel like each section of my brain is being fed and well nourished. Mentally Fed, Emotionally Fed, and Spiritually Fed.
Please check them out. Let me know what you think of them.
Also what are some of your favorite podcasts?