If you want to live a more purposeful life, this podcast playlist is for you!
Listen to the curated list of interviews and solo episodes from today’s top experts on the Feel Good Effect Podcast.
Tune in for how to live with purpose, find your super power, figure out your passion, and know what to do with your life.
We’re talking transformation, transcendence, and the beautiful no with the former executive producer of the Oprah Winfrey Show, Shari Salata. In this conversation, we really get into what it means to transform. We also talk about self-compassion and the role it’s played in Sheri’s transformation, this whole concept of being a producer and applying those ideas to your life, and what exactly a beautiful no is.
This episode is going to tell you exactly how to live without regret. We are talking with Bronnie Ware, author of the international bestseller, The Five Regrets of the Dying, about the most common regrets people have at the end of their lives. We get to hear insight into these regrets and how to make small changes in your life so you don’t end up looking back and wishing you had done it differently.
Whether you are an artist, a designer, a writer, a blogger, or whether you think you have that one artistic bone in your body, by the end of this episode you are going to know how to find your creative voice. This conversation with illustrator and author Lisa Congdon is about tuning into your creative voice, which has so many applications whether or not you identify as an artist. We come at this for those who are artists thinking about their creative voice as well as for those who are trying to figure out who they are, what they have to say, and maybe get in touch with their creative side.
We’re talking about the two decisions that move your biggest goals from possible to probable to inevitable, with bestselling author, Hal Elrod. In this episode, Hal is talking about his newest book, The Miracle Equation, the two decisions to move your goals from possible to probable to inevitable, and this equation of unwavering faith + extraordinary effort = miracles.
Finding purpose is what we’re all about, and how better to do that than in 15-minutes a day? Finding and pursuing your passion does not mean starting over. It’s about connecting with yourself and infusing more meaning into the life you’re already living. In this episode, we chat with Kelsey Murphy from Whiskey & Work about how to have a work-life balance and more satisfaction in what you do. If you’re interested in finding purposeful work, this is episode is especially for you.
In this conversation with Jonathan Fields, Jonathan shares his wisdom about how to dive into self-knowledge and really understand who you are, what you want, what you need in your life, and then how to harness that to do the work that you’re here to do. We really unpack what Jonathan calls Sparketypes (the archetype of work that sparks you), tell you how you can figure out what yours is, and some really tactical ways to know what to do with your life.
This episode is a conversation with Priya Parker, a master-facilitator, the founder of Thrive Labs, and author of The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why it Matters. This is all about how to infuse intention and connection into those gathering opportunities. Priya talks about the idea of code switching, what that does at an individual level and how it led her to group conflict resolution. She also talks about how self-care is relational, and how we can host or guest gatherings in ways that foster self-care with some tactical tips and questions to reflect on.
Have you ever felt different, like an outsider, or somehow like you didn’t fit in? What if instead of thinking of these differences as a weakness you instead flipped the script and started thinking of them as your superpower? That’s exactly what we’re talking on about on today’s episode: diving into how to discover your superpower and find beauty in the different, with expert guest Karen Walrond.
We’re chatting with Jenny Blake about how to move beyond burnout and build a life you love. Jenny Blake is an author, career and business strategist, and international speaker who helps people organize their brain, move beyond burnout, and build sustainable, dynamic lives they love. In this episode, Jenny breaks how The PIVOT method and how to apply it to change your health, her happiness formula, actionable ways to identify your values, and why self-trust is just as important as self-love.