My sister and I are having so much fun with the Happier podcast. We've had more than 112 million downloads! Zoikes. Thanks, listeners.
And I'm lucky, because in addition to doing that podcast, I've also had the chance to be the guest on many other people's podcasts—which has been terrific. It's been fascinating to get the chance to talk to so many interesting people.
It's been an education, too, to see how different people, and different podcasts, approach my material and the podcast format. I'm always intrigued by the different directions that the conversations go in—and I often find myself taking notes as the interview is unfolding, because I don't want to forget some important new point that the interviewer has brought to my attention.
If you're thinking, "Gretchen, listening to your podcast isn't nearly enough for me, I want to hear an interview with you on another podcast," well, thank you! Here's a menu to choose from. As you'll see, they cover a wide range of perspectives, so you can listen to a discussion focused on health, entrepreneurship, creativity, productivity, general happiness...
- WaitWhat's Meditative Story
- WNYC's All of It with Alison Stewart
- Jordan Harbinger's The Jordan Harbinger Show
- Melissa Hartwig Urban's Do the Thing
- Bob Sullivan's So...Bob? Podcast
- Anna Codrea-Rado and Tiffany Philippou's Is This Working?
- Dave Asprey's Bulletproof Radio
- Penguin Random House's This is the Author
- Jordan Paris's Growth Mindset University
- Brighton Jones's True WELLth Podcast
- Ben Greenfield's Ben Greenfield Fitness
- Laurie Palau's This Organized Life
- BYUradio's Top of Mind with Julie Rose
- Dan Harris's 10% Happier
- WNYC Studios's Note to Self
- Fast Company's Secrets of the Most Productive People
- Megan Tietz's Sorta Awesome
- Oprah Winfrey's Super Soul Conversations
- Tim Ferriss's The Tim Ferriss Show
- Michael Gervais's Finding Mastery
- Dr. Jesse Chappus and Marni Wasserman's The Ultimate Health Podcast
- Tony Robbins's The Tony Robbins Podcast
- Emma Guns's The Emma Guns Show
- Ketogenic Girl's Fast Keto
- Josh Trent's Wellness Force Radio
- Jean Chatzky's HerMoney
- Rich Roll's Rich Roll Podcast
- Alison Green's Ask a Manager
- Angie Spencer's Marathon Training Academy
- Laura Coe's The Art of Authenticity
- Robb Wolf's The Paleo Solution Podcast
- Cathy Heller's Don't Keep Your Day Job
- Laura Vanderkam and Sarah Hart-Unger's Best of Both Worlds
- The Dolan Sisters's Satellite Sisters
- Angela Watson's Truth for Teachers
- John Lee Dumas's Entrepreneur on Fire
- Lewis Howes's The School of Greatness
- Jonathan Fields's The Good Life Project
- James Altucher's The James Altucher Show
- Jordan Harbinger's The Art of Charm
- Debbie Millman's Design Matters
- Jonathan Levi's Becoming Superhuman
- Wondery's Safe for Work
- Danielle LaPorte and Linda Sivertsen's Beautiful Writers
- Sean Croxton's Underground Wellness
- Harvard Business Review's Harvard Business Review
- Jay Papasan's The ONE Thing Webinar (like a podcast)
- Rory Vaden's The Rory Vaden Show
- Srini Rao's Umistakable Creative
- Whole Life Challenge's Whole Life Challenge
- Shawn Stevenson, The Shawn Stevenson Model
- Jesse Chappus and Marni Wasserman's Ultimate Health
- Chris Ducker's Youpreneur with Chris Ducker
- Adrion Porter's Gen X Amplified
- Wharton's Knowledge at Wharton
- Live Happy's Live Happy
- Moe Abdou's 33 Voices
- Stephanie Gaudreau's Harder to Kill Radio
- Tsh Oxenreider's Simple Show
I'm sure I've forgotten to add some terrific podcasts to this list. I'll continue to update this list as new interviews are released.
Speaking of podcasts, what are some of your favorite podcasts? There is so much terrific material to listen to, it can feel overwhelming. But exciting.
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