Hurdle features people who got through a tough time—a hurdle of sorts—by integrating wellness into their routines. In the modern world we live in filled with anxiety, pressure, and obscene amounts of competition, wellness in all of its forms is an outlet. Some of the biggest, baddest, most inspirational humans and top CEOs got to where they are today because they found themselves with the help of yoga, running, juicing, a new approach to eating, meditation, crystals—the list goes on. Hurdle brings you their stories, the lessons they learned, and hopefully gives you the push you need to live a healthier, happier, more motivated life.
What happens when you have a panic attack live on Good Morning America? For ABC newsman Dan Harris, he turned—skeptically—to meditation. In the podcast, he interviews executives, musicians, and even a former Guardian Angel to learn about what drew them to meditation, what their own practices look like, and whether it’s helped them become a little happier.
With an eye toward the high rates of depression and addiction within the creative community, comedian Paul Gilmartin interviews comedians, artists, writers, friends, and doctors about their experiences to normalize and de-stigmatize mental illness. For those who struggle with a mental illness, The Mental Illness Happy Hour is a space for people to openly discuss fears and traumas they don't feel comfortable discussing anywhere else.
Welcome to Untangle! Hosts Patricia Karpas and Ariel Garten interview authors, experts and thought-leaders in areas related to mindfulness, brain health practices, leadership, life and so much more! You’ll hear from psychologists, neuroscientists, nutritionists, storytellers, buddhists, MD’s, Sleep experts etc. It’s a wide collection of interviews with thoughtful, provocative, inspirational and sometimes funny guests who share their true and heartfelt experiences.
Gretchen Rubin, author of the bestselling The Happiness Project is a well-known happiness guru, and her sister, Elizabeth Craft, is a TV writer/producer who is also a noted skeptic. In her podcast, Gretchen encourages Elizabeth to put her suggestions into practice, while giving listeners tips about everything from scheduling time to worry to impulsiveness.
Do you have a career path in mind or are you trying to find your calling? Either way, you may benefit from listening to Slate's Working. Each week, a different person is interviewed about their job, from a local barber to a United Nations official. Guests chat with the host about everything from the day to day, to what motivates them to get out of bed in the morning. Their enthusiasm may inspire you to adopt a positive attitude within your current situation or propel you towards a promising future!
This instant classic explores how we can change our lives by changing our habits. In The Power of Habit, award-winning business reporter Charles Duhigg takes us to the thrilling edge of scientific discoveries that explain why habits exist and how they can be changed.
o if habits are a key to change, then what we really need to know is: How do we change our habits?
Better than Before answers that question. It presents a practical, concrete framework to allow readers to understand their habits—and to change them for good. Infused with Rubin's compelling voice, rigorous research, and easy humor, and packed with vivid stories of lives transformed, Better than Before explains the (sometimes counter-intuitive) core principles of habit formation.
Every day we experience the uncertainty and emotional exposure that define what it means to be vulnerable. Here, Dr. Brown challenges everything we think we know about vulnerability, saying it is not weakness but rather our clearest path to courage and meaningful connection.
Yoga pioneer and best-selling author Beryl Bender Birch offers listeners a guided meditation, with a beautiful musical accompaniment, as part of her Everyday Mindfulness series. This recording is an excellent follow-up to Birch's Meditation for Beginners recording, or can be used by more advanced practitioners who do not need the instruction that the Beginners recording offers, but would like to add a new guided meditation to their practice.