Top 10 Podcasts That Will Change Your Life + Immunity Bundle Giveaway

If you aren’t listening to podcasts, what are you waiting for?

While keeping you informed about things you enjoy, podcasts can also change your life (yes, I’m serious). A great podcast can open up a new perspective and inspire you to do new things whether you’re outdoorsy, into politics, into sports, or self-care. You will be able to learn and grow from podcasts — and we’ve curated the best ones for you! 

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Here are the top 10 podcasts that have made a huge impact on my life, in no particular order

Politically Reactive

Host/s: Comedians, W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu. They usually have a guest or two on each episode.

Length: 60 mins – 90 mins, released in seasons (so far, there are 3)

Topics: W. Kamau Bell and Hari Kondabolu are comedians who take politics seriously, and it shows in these well-thought out, broken down, and funny episodes. These two are trying to reinvent our Democracy. This one definitely isn’t for everyone, but as a left-leaning individual, I can really relate to a lot of the topics they touch on. And I challenge you to listen, even if the topics get uncomfortable. 

politically reactive artFreakonomics

Host/s: Stephen J. Dubner, co-author of the Freakonomics books.

Length: 30 mins – 60 mins

Topics: This podcast features things you always thought you knew and things you never thought you wanted to know. Guest stars: Nobel laureates and provocateurs, intellectuals and entrepreneurs, and various other underachievers. Topics vary from: “Does anyone really know what Socialism is?” to “The Zero Minute Workout”. Super interesting stuff!

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Source: Freakonomics.com

The Daily

Host/s: Michael Barbaro and powered by New York Times journalism

Length: 20 mins – five days a week

Topics: Quick snippets of news – The biggest stories of our time, told by the best journalists in the world. When I don’t have time to watch the news (I tend to go down the rabbit hole and I watch for hours!), I will listen to this if in the car, on a walk, or while doing mindless work/chores at home. 

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The Tim Ferriss Show

Host/s: Tim Ferriss (a self-experimenter & author of books like The 4-hour Workweek) + guests

Length: 30 mins – 90 mins

Topics: What does he not cover?! He also sends out a monthly newsletter keeping you informed on what he’s working on and asking his listeners for guest requests! My favorite topics he has covered are: Investing, Psychedelics, Biohacking, Meditation, and his “Books I’ve Loved” segment in his Newsletter.

Tim Ferriss

Source: https://tim.blog/podcast/

Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

Host/s: Tom Bilyeu + guests

Length: 30 mins – 60 mins

Topics: Bilyeu is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder of the #2 Inc. 500 company Quest Nutrition. Impact Theory is a business and mindset-focused interview show that will teach anyone aspiring to greatness the secrets to success. He is known for his passion and preparation and reminds me a lot of Gary Vaynerchuk. Bilyeu digs deep and brings the urgency of someone hungry to put what he’s learning to immediate use, making the show not only entertaining but also hyper-useful. On top of that, Lisa Bilyeu, his wife, has a great podcast called, “Women of Impact” which I also love. I prefer her IG live chats a bit more than her podcast, though.

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The Sarah Silverman Podcast

Host/s: Sarah Silverman

Length: 45 mins

Topics: NSFW (Not safe for work), unless you’re wearing headphones. Sarah Silverman is one of my favorite comedians, and I really appreciate her work in the political, environmental, and social justice spheres. She also just happens to be hilarious. She takes calls and provides sometimes serious, sometimes anecdotal advice. I never thought I’d learn something new from this pod, but I always do, and I usually leave feeling lighter and happier.

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NPR (National Public Radio)

Host/s: Varies depending on the Podcast

Length: 20 mins – 90 mins

Topics: An American privately and publicly funded non-profit media organization based in Washington, D.C. It was established by an act of Congress and most of its member stations are owned by government entities (often public universities). NPR produces and distributes news and cultural programming. They are known for their shows Morning Edition and All Things Considered, attracting an audience of over 14 million listeners per week respectively! My favorite NPR podcasts are It’s Been a Minute with Sam Sanders and Code Switch; both are full of fearless conversations about race, politics, pop culture, and more.

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Source: npr.org

Align Podcast

Host/s: Aaron Alexander + Guests

Length: 60 mins

Topics: Alexander brings together the world’s top thought leaders on all things health and wellness to share their views on living optimally. To me, he seems like a perfect balance between weightlifter, spiritualist, and self-learner. He practices what he preaches, which is important coming from a Personal Training background. On top of all that, he has a very contagious laugh!

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Source: alignpodcast.com

Unlocking Us with Brené Brown

Host/s: Brené Brown + guests

Length: 30 mins solo / 60-75 mins with a guest

Topics: One of my favorite podcasts! Brown spent over 20 years studying the emotions and experiences that bring meaning and purpose to our lives. She has studied shame and vulnerability and understands our need for connection. She encourages conversation on and off the mic. Although she is an expert in her field, she is constantly learning something new in every episode and has had incredible guest speakers on her podcast, even though it is pretty new!

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Source: brene brown

Almost 30

Host/s: Krista Williams and Lindsey Simcik

Length: 45 mins – 90 mins – Tuesdays and Thursdays

Topics: This podcast is full of honest and inspiring conversations about wellness, spirituality, entrepreneurship, self-development, and more. Williams and Simcik created the podcast to transition them from their 20s to their 30s, but they realized how much their podcast meant to them and kept it going! They both came from jobs they did not enjoy, and have found a new community full of conscious, purpose-driven dreamers.

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Source: almost30.com


Now I’d like to hear from you!

What are some of your favorite podcasts? What attracts you to a podcast? I find I learn a lot in the 30-90 minutes I have to listen to a podcast (or 2 or 3…), but sometimes a short episode is all I need.

I had fun compiling this list, and I’m listening to so many more podcasts than I can list, but these are the top 10 podcasts that have made a big impact on my life in the past year, and I hope they make an impact on you as well. 

Do you like long podcasts? Short ones? Just listening to the radio? If you don’t listen to podcasts, let me know how you like to learn new things, either by reading, participating, watching, etc.

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Chelsea Pineiro

Chelsea has been active most of her life, which led her to become a Personal Trainer and Yoga Instructor for the past 7 years. Health and Fitness are not solely dependent on movement, though, and with that understanding, she addresses her client’s other needs, such as diet, mindfulness, and stress management.

When she is not training clients or teaching Yoga, she is finding new activities that keep her mind and body active, such as rock climbing, hiking, listening to podcasts, or playing Board Games with friends. She is constantly working towards finding natural solutions to live as long as possible, inclusive Yoga for all body types, and aiming to find mindfulness in everything she does.

Alexia Palmeri

Alexia Palmeri is a 28-year-old personal development enthusiast! She looks at life experiences as an opportunity to always learn and grow. Alexia is also a broadcast journalism graduate with a passion and knack for communications and media. She is always on the lookout for new trends on social media and keeps up to date with what's happening in the world. In her free time, Alexia enjoys socializing with family and loved ones, being in nature, cooking nourishing meals, and discovering new places to dine and adventure!

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Carol July 13, 2021

Just got into podcasts, there are so many options out there…this really helps me get a start on something. I feel like #1 might be a great fit for me, most politically related content have a serious undertone, which I don’t mind…but this might be a fresh take on it! Thank you for the awesome suggestions.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Let me know if you find any you enjoy! Thanks for your comment!

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Steve July 13, 2021

Tim Ferris is great! I would suggest Tom Bilyeu and the $100MBA as 2 great self improvement podcasts to start listening to.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Love Tom Bilyeu. Will give $100MBA a listen for sure. Thanks for the suggestion and your comment!

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Alexia Palmeri July 13, 2021

I love both long and short podcasts! I actually have my own, called “Growing Pains” a podcast about growing through what we go through. I share personal experiences and lessons I have learned so far in my life. I also love Jay Shetty’s podcast as well as YogaGirl!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Can’t wait to listen to “Growing Pains”! How exciting.

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William July 14, 2021

I actually loooove the Sarah Silverman podcast! You are so right, she tackles tough subjects but in a manner that is easy to digest, but yes most definitely a “headphone podcast” haha. The podcasts I mainly listen to are those by comedians, such as Ms. Silverman or Nicole Byer. However, I will most definitely be looking into “Unlocking Us with Brené Brown” because this seems super interesting!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    I hope you enjoy it, William! Have a great day, and thank you for your comment!

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mclean kotas July 18, 2021

I love listening to podcasts in the car, makes the trip go by so much faster. My favorite right now is This Is Important, absolutely hilarious.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    I need more funny podcasts in my life! Thank you!

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Chris July 18, 2021

I like to browse YouTube to learn about topics that interest me. Typically these are related to science, finance, or weightlifting. The video format is very captivating and entertaining.
I have not started listening to any podcasts regularly.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Great suggestion. I think most of the podcasts I watch are on YouTube because I like the visual component. I like this one: Philosophical Weightlifting Podcast if you are just chilling and cleaning up around the house or going for a walk.

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Valerie Ristau July 18, 2021

I am really into books on tape and I listen to them all the time in my free time. I don’t typically listen to podcasts, but I appreciate your top 10 list and I will listen to these. Thank you for the suggestions and I look forward to listening to these.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Podcasts aren’t for everyone! Honestly, I go through phases, and right now I’m on a reading kick. So I have been taking a hiatus from podcasts. Audiobooks are great too!

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Carmen July 18, 2021

I listen to health & wellness podcasts like Dr.Axe which is great, i also read his articles on his website, that’s how i learnt functional medicine and managed to lose 140lbs by myself in the healthiest way possible and cure a lot of health issues that i had. That is also where my love for supplements was born, reading and researching and then finding them at NutraChamps and buying SuperGreens, Ginseng, Rhodiola, Enzymes, Ashwagandha and the list goes on. So that’s how i found out about NutraChamps. I also listen to motivational, inspirational, business, entrepreneurship, money, lifestyle, womanhood, relationships, girl talk videos on YouTube, i leave them in the background while working or doing something else so i also consider those as podcasts. I listen 12-16h/day every single day and they helped me grow as a person and learn so much !

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Wow! That’s awesome Carmen. Dr. Axe seems to be a popular choice for those looking for functional medicine alternatives and who are veering away or weening off of prescription medicine. I also watch a lot of podcasts on YouTube because I’m on my computer often. Thanks for sharing and commenting!

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Jim Andersen July 18, 2021

I would prefer a long podcast, but I really don’t listen to them and mostly watch documentaries. I prefer longer presentations because I like to hear the details of how something works and why, or why not. The length and detail presented also lets me better discern whether I am hearing accurate information or not. Because, as the saying goes, “You can find anything on the internet,” and I want to know that what I find is true.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Great point, Jim. I have to be in a certain mood to watch documentaries, but I really like the ones about conspiracy theories (more debunking of these theories!) and climate change. Great suggestions – thanks.

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Lyndsie July 18, 2021

I just started listening to podcasts so I’m a newby!! I’m excited to see this list so I can venture out and listen to new things. I have been listening to The Doctor’s Farmacy and Gutsy Holistic Health. I love learning about the human body and healthy habits and healing through nutrition and supplements. I love longer podcasts because I listen to them when I’m getting ready in the morning or if im running.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Love The Doctor’s Farmacy, but haven’t heard Gutsy! Need to check it out! Thanks!

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Patricia July 18, 2021

I have to be honest — I’ve never listened to a Podcast (as an “old person” I’m not even sure how 😉 ), but your comments have encouraged me to try.
So thank you!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    No worries! I’ve left the links for all the podcasts in the titles, so you can check it out there. Otherwise, there are tons of other ways to listen or read and learn! Thanks for taking the time to comment!

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James Linde July 18, 2021

I love several of these podcasts, mostly Politically Reactive.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Thanks for your comment, James. Let me know if you have similar suggestions!

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Russell Horning July 18, 2021

I didn’t new Brene Brown had a podcast!? Thank you

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Yep! She’s got 2: Dare to Lead and Unlocking us. Check them out here: https://brenebrown.com/podcasts/

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Katerina July 19, 2021

I’m listening to podcast but in greek, and favorite ones are “people first”
They make conversations on how important is to treat people. They give me the best company, and I while they may have some serious conversation they through some big jokes!!! They are awesome!!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Awesome. Love listening to podcasts in a different language to test my skills! Sometimes I listen to French podcasts, but it takes ALL of my concentration!

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Sean Fitzgerald July 19, 2021

Great listens when on walks or runs!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 20, 2021

    Yes! I’d need something a bit more energetic for a run… still working on that!

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Herez Houzee July 25, 2021

Hello, I have been listening to various podcasts for the past 10 yrs and turned off tv and radio programming.

I enjoy music, self-improvement and esoteric podcasts.

I work in a shop and do some deliveries so listening and meditating on life and various subjects that I listen to.

It sure helps the day go by and opens my mind and heart to Life’s mysteries.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Absolutely love this. It helps you stay mindful while at work + you can learn something new!

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Delando Grant July 25, 2021

I’m just getting into podcasts, mainly health (mind & body) focussed. They are a great way to past time and grow intellectually. I love the list offered by Chelsea and will be looking into them soon. Thanks Nutrachamps

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Awesome – So glad to hear it! Thanks for stopping by and leaving a comment! Good luck!

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David Perez July 25, 2021

Thank you for the suggestions, I’ve been listening to podcasts for awhile now and I seem to find the JRE podcast my go to. Older episodes are my favorites as the newer ones seem to be more scripted and less genuine.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Agreed. I used to really enjoy his podcasts, and will still listen from time to time since he has a huge assortment of different guests. Anytime he brings up chimps or some kind of drug, I laugh. He definitely has his go-to topics! haha!

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Debbie July 25, 2021

I love podcasts too. I’d rather listen to ideas than music! Love Joe Rogan . Thanks for the list Chelsea, I’ll check them out.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    So interesting! Depends on the day for me. Lately, I’ve been pretty tired from my workouts and not always in the mood to take in a bunch of new information, so music has been my go-to, but I will try to look into some new, easy-to-digest pods for now.

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John Escobar July 25, 2021

I appreciate the work you are doing to help and educate folks to find their best health!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Thanks John – I really appreciate your feedback. Let me know if there’s anything you’re interested in learning and our team will start researching!

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Sandra July 25, 2021

I do enjoy podcasts. However, I have a very busy life style and do not like to spend 30 to 90 minutes on one podcast. What I prefer is to have an “intro” podcast with the pertinent information and then make a decision as to whether I will delve further into the information.
If I see a podcast that I am not familiar with and it is longer than 5 minutes, I will pass it by. Only if and when I get to know the presenter will I spend that much time on one subject as a single point in time. I like NPR because of its variety, Tim Ferris when I want to something thought provoking and not sure of the others. I tend to move around depending of the subject I am researching/studying. I usually do not take on a new even 30 minute podcast unless it is something I definitely want learn. I almost didn’t do this but I was curious.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Great insight. I have to admit, I haven’t been listening to pods as much lately because I just don’t have the attention span during the Summer when I’m out and about. I agree, I like the shorter ones but find it’s hard to fit a lot of information into 5 minutes. Definitely something to consider if I ever start my own podcast… 😉

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Anthony July 25, 2021

Wow! The podcasts are great, but to be honest I’m interested in getting to know more about Chelsea 😅 she sounds like a wonderful person, someone I would enjoy being around 🤷🏼‍♂️ lol just being honest,anyway I really like podcasts! Especially the type that allow you to learn something usefull one could apply to their lives. I always say the only way we are going to change the world for the better, is if each individual person works on self improvement(health, fitness, spiritual, economical , ect) as opposed to worrying so much about what others are doing you disagree with. One of The healthiest things someone could do is to shift their focus onto themselves, now I know that sounds selfish, but a better version of yourself is better equipped to help others in various ways in the future, not to mention its much easier to control aspects of your own life as opposed to others,and indeed some people forget they are apart of this world aswell, so improving yourself is the absolutely the best way to help improve our beautiful world we have grown from, and gratefully will continue to grow Along side one another for many years to come ❤🌎🤲

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    YES! Love this. Like flight attendants always say: “Please place the mask over your own mouth and nose before assisting others.” Love your insight and agree that we all need to do that work to show up healthier, stronger, and mentally equipped for whatever the day has for us! Thanks for stopping by, Anthony! 🙂

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Ana July 25, 2021

My favorite podcast is The Model Health Show with Shawn Stevenson. He has amazing guests, and he’s really funny and makes health information easier to digest. I prefer episodes under 45 minutes because that is about the length of my workouts but if it is really interesting I don’t mind listening for a couple hours.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Great! I’m going to look into this one now. Thank you, Ana!

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James July 25, 2021

Podcasts are so much more informative and balanced then mainstream media in today’s climate.
I really like the Huberman Lab and The Jocko Podcast. A balance of science and leadership skills.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Wow, great choices. I feel like Huberman made a huge dent in the science and health world super recently (last 2 years?). Thanks for sharing!

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Kimberly Dibble July 25, 2021

It took me a while to get interested in podcasts, but when I moved back to Oklahoma from South Carolina they became a staple for the trip! I love realistic podcasts that appeal to my interests and way of thinking: True Crime (Small Town Dicks RULES!), Mike Ritland’s podcast, Steve Deace, and BlazeTV, Working Dog Radio just to name a few. I work long shift hours in a car and it just so happens to have Bluetooth and Wi-Fi so podcasts keep me company on long nights. I’m glad I got started.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Yes to all the true crime podcasts! I will look into these! They all sound great.

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Martin July 25, 2021

I recently started listening to podcasts with the encouragement from my son, looking at these featured here, they some of my favourite topics

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Great to hear it, Martin!

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    Yay! Two super popular options! Hope they’re making you feel your best!

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Sofia July 25, 2021

I didn’t know Brene Brown had a podcast! I just started reading one of her books and she really makes you dig deep. Her podcast is definitely at the top of my list now.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Her research on Shame is pretty interesting. Let me know how you like the pod!

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Peter Rojas July 25, 2021

Nice! I I just figured out about this podscats, they looks so interesting, definitely I’ll start listen right away.

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Jasen Di Bella July 25, 2021

Would Like to talk about the Greenbay Packers and Aaron Rodgers and how the Greenbay Packers Would survive without Aaron Rodgers 💚🏈💛GO PACK GO 💛🏈💚

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Go Sports Team!

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Heidi Lynn Borden July 25, 2021

I believe podcasts are great avenues for learning new information. I am a licensed massage therapist and I specialize in hot stone medical massage therapies, so I am always paying attention for new ideas and good information. One of the draw backs I have seen is that many of the podcasts are too lengthy with excessive chatter and too much trying to sell the idea instead of just giving the information as concisely as possible and letting me decide what to do with what I was just given. I have to manage my time well, so I must choose carefully where to spend it. I believe this rings true for many people. It is something to consider. Thank you.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Totally! I love short podcasts too for when I’m in a rush, but I don’t watch much TV and it’s been a great way to catch up on the news or to find some new conversation starters. Stick with whatever works for you!

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Glenda Topps July 25, 2021

I don’t listen to podcasts, unless youtube is considered podcasts. I also read and use audiobooks. Thank you.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Love YouTube… so much great content on there. For learning or just for fun. I haven’t gotten into audiobooks yet… might try that next.

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Andrea July 25, 2021

I prefer books for myself but I do listen to podcasts with my child which gives us some conversation starters or just relaxing and bonding time. Here are some of the fun ones we like..
But Why
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/but-why-a-podcast-for-curious-kids/id1103320303
The Past The curious
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/past-curious-history-podcast-for-kids-families/id1164304576
Peace Out
https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/peace-out-podcast/id1195586628

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Christy Piper July 25, 2021

These are some really good choices! I love Impact theory with Tom Bilyeu. He always has great guests and breakthrough ideas.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Yess totally!

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Cynthia Carradine July 25, 2021

I am new to listening to podcasts, so will start with short to help my work commute.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Let me know how it goes, Cynthia!

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Erinmarie Christian July 26, 2021

I’m into bio hacking and music podcasts; I don’t have a fave though – I just kind of randomly select.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Cool! Love those too! Always new science and technology, so lots of new nootropics and biohacking tips coming out constantly.

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Stephanie L Lueras July 26, 2021

Some of my favorite podcasts are: Expand Your Fempire with Caterina Rando, Nap Time Nutrition with Yaffi Lvova, Body Kindness with Rebecca Scritchfield, The Move: A Cycling Podcast, and Crushing Iron. Those are my faves, but I’ve got a few runner-ups too. I listen to podcasts whenever I’m in the car or out running, so I cover a lot of time.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Ughhh all new ones to me. This is awesome! Thank you for sharing, Stephanie! I’ll have to listen on my commute when I’m heading back into the office.

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Jeannie Grell July 26, 2021

I listen to SuperSoul, and Rich Roll for inspiration and guidance regarding what I allow into my mind and body.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Great choices. I especially like Rich Roll!

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Sherry Monahan July 26, 2021

I just got into podcasts as a guest and now I have one of my own and stated a new podcast company! I like short 20-30 min podcasts. My aunt uses some of her favorites to she doesn’t have to time her walks. She just knows when a podcast is done so is she!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    I really like the idea of not timing your walk and making it a different experience every time depending on the podcast and length. That’s awesome.

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Jeannie July 26, 2021

I listen to Super Soul and Rich Roll for inspiration and information that benefits my mind and my body.

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Cierra Barker July 26, 2021

I love yoga. I wasn’t aware until now there was a podcast about it. Wonderful news for me.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    There’s honestly something for everyone!

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Diann July 27, 2021

Love npr

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Yesss~! So many options.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    So many different channels and very accessible!

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Vanessa L Gittens July 27, 2021

Never listened to a podcast! This is a great idea…thank you!

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    There’s a first time for everything! Let me know if you decide to try it out! 60-second science and Planet Money (by NPR) are cool short ones if you just want a taste test.

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    Chelsea Pineiro July 28, 2021

    Let me know if you end up finding one you like!

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