In no particular order, here are some of our favorite podcasts, which we recommend as additional resources for learning and inspiration.
Based on the psychology course she teaches at Yale University, Dr. Laurie Santos shares the latest research along with surprising and inspiring stories about the science of happiness.
A neuroscience-focused podcast hosted by Dr. Andrew Huberman, professor of neuroscience at Stanford University. The podcast covers a range of topics related to brain function and human behavior, including sleep, stress, vision, as well as practical tips and strategies for improving brain health and well-being.
Host Dr. Scott Bary Kaufman talks with inspiring scientists, thinkers, and other self-actualized individuals who will give you a greater understanding of yourself, others, and the world we live in. This podcast is based on positive psychology research and explores the depths of human potential..
This podcast explores the unconscious patterns that shape our thoughts, feelings, and actions based on insights from psychology, sociology, and neuroscience. Topics include biases and stereotypes, decision-making, relationships, and social norms.
Podcasts hosted by Brene Brown, a renowned researcher, speaker, and author. Her podcast explores topics related to vulnerability, shame, courage, and empathy, offering insights and strategies for living a more authentic and fulfilling life. She often interviews thought leaders, researchers, and practitioners in the fields of psychology, personal development, and leadership to gain their perspectives on these topics.
Dr. Rick Hanson is a neuroscience PhD and a mindfulness teacher and author. He teaches mindfulness through the lens of developing neuroplasticity. During each episode, Dr. Hanson leads listeners through a guided meditation, providing guidance on mindfulness and other meditation techniques. The meditations often focus on cultivating positive emotions, such as gratitude and compassion, and developing resilience in the face of stress and adversity.
Real-life coaching sessions with leaders working to overcome professional challenges.
Dr. Adam Grant is an organizational psychologist, Harvard professor, and bestselling author. In each episode, Dr. Grant explores topics related to work and productivity, drawing on insights from psychology, economics, and other fields to provide practical advice and strategies for thriving in the workplace. He interviews a diverse range of guests, including entrepreneurs, executives, and researchers, to gain their perspectives on topics such as burnout, creativity, and team dynamics.