Who doesn’t love a good loop of podcasts for their commute, workout, cleaning or even when cooking? But often we find ourselves bored with our current collection and decide to start listening to some new ones – but which ones? I believe you are here because just like me, you get pumped up listening to productivity and intentional living podcasts.
So Here are my recommendations:
5 AM MIRACLE
Spice up your mornings with a rejuvenating segment of Jeff Sanders. His goal setting sets the mood up for a miracle founded productivity. Roll out of the bed early morning, build healthy habits and be intentional with every aspect of your life.
Justin Malik made an impact on podcasting industry by narrating on popular blogs about minimalism, intentional living, finances and everything related on being your best self. At least we can hear it from someone who is not too robotic to listen to! It just naturally inspires and makes you want to binge listen to all of his audioblog narration.
*Can’t choose, just listen to all episodes*
Gretchen Rubin, an enthusiast about habit-formation. She is an author and advocate of a healthy, happy and more productive life. Follow her habits manifesto at www.gretchenrubin.com
A podcast that inspires everyone to pursue their passion. Matt’ D’Avela, a minimalist film maker passionately shares his experience on how he paid his loan debt, and how minimalism & tony robbins helped him to change his lifestyle. His podcast is jam packed with different creatives, athletes, musicians and what-nots.
Rachel Kable is passionate about empowering people all over the globe to live more mindfully in fun, simple and meaningful ways. Her charm would make you want to binge listen to her episodes all day long!
Being joyful and intentional at the same time? Here’s the ever bubbly Jess who inspire tons of listeners by her own approach to living life more than hustling and grinding.
“It is only those that live intentionally that can accomplish and come to the significance meant for them” – Sunday Adelaja
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