“Your positive action combined with positive thinking results in success.” Shiv Khera
In this marvelous digital age, you can download positive thoughts and ideas into your mind and spirit whenever and wherever you want.
The best way to do this by far is by listening to podcasts because…
- Podcasts are FREE!
- There’s an abundance of quality podcasts out there.
So speaking of downloading a positive mindset, here’s my…
Top 10 list of Positive Thinking Podcasts
I think you will find at least one of these podcasts useful and relevant in your own life. If you think I left a good one off the list, feel free to mention it in the comments section.
Jess Lively is a podcasting juggernaut. She dominates the Society & Culture niche on iTunes with over 6 million downloads and 700 positive reviews. Her shows are packed full of positive consciousness with intention and intuition as the two key concepts to her uplifting message.
The Lively Show has been praised by Darling Magazine as “one of the top five positive podcasts.” Inc. Magazine has called it “the #1 podcast that all female entrepreneurs should listen to”. Just for the record, the guys can get a lot out of this show too. Check it out to get some positive fuel for your journey.
“I’m a big cockeyed optimist. I try to accentuate the positive as opposed to the negative.” Betty White
When musician/entrepreneur Brandon Beachum turned 40, he looked back at the miles of bumpy road he had traveled in life’s journey and decided to start over as if he were 20 again. Now he has one of the most popular podcasts in the spirituality/conscious lifestyle niche.
Each Wednesday, he interviews a different thought leader in spirituality, psychology, art, entrepreneurship, you name it. The rest of the week he shares ideas and developments on a wide range of topics from the down to earth to the ethereal.
What I love most about this podcast though is that it introduced me to Abraham-Hicks. If you don’t know who that is, listen to the podcast to find out!
“Positive thinking will let you do everything better than negative thinking will.”
Kristen Truempy had me from her first episode when she said ‘if all you had to do was think happy thoughts in order to be happy, then everyone would already be happy!’ We all know that this is clearly not the case.
She takes a more practical approach to positive thinking and explores the science behind long term satisfaction with life: accepting and coping with ‘what is’ and developing skills to make the best of any situation.
“Live life to the fullest and focus on the positive.” Matt Cameron
The first episode of any podcast series is seldom the best episode because the host is just getting started and finding their voice. So if the first episode has a powerful message, chances are you have a real winner and this is certainly the case with Bruce Van Horn’s Life is a Marathon.
Bruce experienced the tragic death of a daughter, lived through financial ruin, and yet emerged strong and prosperous. Having learned how to live a richer, fuller life despite gut wrenching trials and tribulations, he now shares his hard fought wisdom with the world.
If you are someone living through dark and difficult days, listen to this podcast.
“Pessimism leads to weakness, optimism to power.” William James
Usually he tells a story or fable with a poignant lesson. You’re in and out in no time but supercharged for the day. No matter how rushed your life is, you’ve got time for Dr. Jin.
“Keep your face to the sunshine and you cannot see a shadow.” Helen Keller
If you want to dive deep into transcendentalism, positive conscious transformation, and have a mind meld with the great spirits of the ages, you will love this podcast.
“What you are comes to you.” Ralph Waldo Emerson
Georgian Benta is on a mission to inspire 100,000 lives with gratitude and so far he is well on his way. On his podcast he interviews successful people who share how gratitude has positively shaped their lives.
Gratitude is a transformative habit. It can open your eyes to the true wonder of life once you weave it into your daily routine.
We all have grateful hearts but they sometimes get buried underneath the cares of the world. This podcast will show how to empower yourself with gratitude everyday.
“A strong, positive self image is the best possible preparation for success.” Joyce Brothers
Jake is wise beyond his years. I wish I had been as focused as he is when I was his age. He has a lot to share from his own life story but he rounds out his content nicely with clips from a wide range of self-help educators including but not limited to Deepak Chopra, Jack Canfield, Brian Tracy, and Jim Rohn.
“Positive anything is better than negative nothing.” Elbert Hubbard
Gretchen Rubin is better known as the best selling author of The Happiness Project and Better than Before. Now she shares the same engaging everyday wisdom that put her on the map in this delightful podcast along with her sidekick (and sister) Elizabeth Craft.
Listeners describe this podcast as amazing, useful, practical, life enhancing, lively, fascinating and fun. Listen in and kick back like you’re joining a conversation with old friends who are candid with you but always cheer you up.
“Delete the negative; accentuate the positive!” Donna Karan
Much of this show focuses on the mind-body connection and yes, he explores fascinating alternative topics like the Chakras, Reiki, Feng Shui, Lucid Dreaming but not without offering actionable, practical steps to bring more positive transformation into your life.
All of his guests are highly regarded and in the top of their respective fields. Even if you’ve never even heard of “the Chakras” you’ll get some solid personal development tips and an abundance of positive energy from this podcast.
“I believe in Karma, and I believe if you put out positive vibes to everybody, that’s all you’re going to get back.” Kesha Rose Sebert
I hope you’ll find at least one of these podcasts as inspiring as I do. If you aspire higher, it’s incredibly important that you expose you mind to positive vibrations as often as you can.
And if there’s a podcast that you think should have been on the list, please share it in the comments section below.