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Best Selfcoaching podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Selfcoaching podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The Live HAPPIER longer podcast is equal parts information, inspiration, education and motivation all dedicated to building the habits of a HAPPIER, longer life. The daily plan focuses on five actions that are proven to increase longevity, and improve optimism about aging. Host Molly Watts, along with her guests will teach you how to MOVE*LEARN*SHARE*GIVE* and *LET GO. The quality of your habits, equals the quality of your life. Our habits are sustainable into your 80's, 90's and beyond. If ...
 
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In this week's episode, Molly interviews Nancy Davis Kho. Nancy is a podcast host, speaker and author of the book "The Thank You Project". The conversation this week is all about Nancy's decision to write thank you notes for a year and how that turned into a book. Nancy is full of wit and wisdom, and the book shares how you too can benefit from set…
 
This week's episode is an inspirational conversation with Deb Cummins Stellato, life coach and podcast host. Deb has been a longtime success coach, facilitator and speaker working with non-profit organizations to help leaders develop their leadership mindsets. In what she coins as a major "pivot" in her life, she studied to become a life coach duri…
 
What? PB &J? Is this episode all about the beloved peanut butter and jelly sandwich? No, not really. This week's episode is all about handling the URGES that come when you've built a habit that doesn't serve you. When you have created a pattern of dealing with negative emotions, or consistently repeated an activity...like eating in front of the tv …
 
In this week's episode we revisit one of our earliest and most popular episode's on Blue Zones. Here is what we said back when this was first published in 2018: Have you heard about "Blue Zones®?" Come with us as we discuss the research and information discovered by Dan Buettner in five geographic areas in the world where people live the longest an…
 
Are we preprogrammed with more than our physical attributes from our parents? Are we programmed to behave in certain ways too? This week on the podcast, I'm speaking with Johanna Lynn, founder of the Family Imprint Institute. Johanna helps people understand how their background, their parents' backgrounds and even their grandparents may be influenc…
 
This week on the podcast I'm talking about walking, with health coach Carolyn Cohen. We discuss the benefits of walking as a way of improving your health and increasing longevity in the best possible way. Carolyn is a health coach who believes that walking is the very best way to improve health for everyone. She hosts a weekly podcast called "Welln…
 
In this week's episode I revisit some of the great books that I've read and reviewed on the podcast as well as some of the wonderful author's I've interviewed. Any of these books would make a great addition to your pandemic reading list. If you are struggling with depression and anxiety during COVID-19 please visit https://www.verywellmind.com/best…
 
If COVID-19 is getting you down, this episode will give you five practical actions to take this week that will make it easier to manage you mind and feel better. I discuss the why's and the basic benefits behind each and how I recognized their importance in helping me feel better. 1) Time Management 2) Limit your Information Intake 3) Get your Slee…
 
In this short episode I talk all about buffering and the habits we build in an attempt to avoid feeling negative emotions. I discuss the value of being able to recognize our thoughts and how they are creating the feelings that lead to buffering. Buffering is when we use external things to change how we feel internally; an artificial external thing …
 
In this episode, I discuss the importance of managing your mind during times of high stress. Given the uncertainty of the world surrounding COVID-19, this episode gives steps to recognize your thinking and which thoughts are increasing your anxiety. You can feel better by managing your thoughts and observing your thoughts as data. The brain produce…
 
This week I'm revisiting some of our best episodes on habits and grabbing some of the best little nuggets of each. One of the lessons I’ve learned over the last nearly three years of building Five for Life is the IMPACT of habits on our lives. Ultimately it’s what you do consistently over time that defines what your life story will be. And consiste…
 
This week's episode discusses the important book "Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End". This book focuses on autonomy in aging and dignity in dying. It is written by physician, surgeon and best-selling author Dr. Atul Gawande. Host Molly Watts shares some of the most important insights from this book and how planning for death is act…
 
In this week's episode, Molly is joined by broadcasting pro and podcast host, Peter Bowes for a conversation about their shared passion--longevity. Peter hosts, Live Long and Master Aging (or the LLAMA podcast) where he explores the stories and the science behind human longevity. Peter is a veteran reporter for the BBC in Los Angeles and has had th…
 
This week on the podcast, Molly is joined by sisters Amy and Nancy Harrington. Amy and Nancy both left careers in the entertainment industry to begin their own business together. Their love of pop culture fueled a successful business producing positive entertainment content — including interviews, articles and trivia challenges — that been syndicat…
 
It happens in all of our lives. There are situations and circumstances that simply suck. In this episode, you'll learn how to manage your mind through times of crises and how to prevent the negative thought spin cycle. First step is to acknowledge something terrible has happened. Second step is to ask questions of your brain to help guide your thou…
 
This week's episode sparks conversation on the term "anti-aging" with filmmaker and director, Tara Gadomski. Tara wrote and directed this short film, which employs dark humor to get across the point that aging is something that none of us have any control over. We discuss the beauty industry's marketing messages, and how they use dangerous terms li…
 
In this episode, Molly reminds us that our thoughts are what determine our happiness, not our circumstances. Even when circumstances seem challenging, we can add to our own suffering by focusing our thoughts on how difficult life feels. She also recaps the popular TED talk (and book) by Ron Gutman called, SMILE-the astonishing power of a Simple Act…
 
This week's episode is the first as a solo podcast with host Molly Watts. Molly talks about the vision for the podcast moving forward and how the combination of information, inspiration, education and motivation will unfold to help you create the habits of a happier, longer life. In honor of her Dad's 92nd birthday, she revisits some of the science…
 
This week in the 61st episode of the Live Happier Longer Podcast we say goodbye to wonderful co-host Angela McDade. We share our thoughts on doing the podcast together for the last year and a half, how much we've grown and how much we've learned about building the habits of a HAPPIER, longer life. We reflect on some of the great interviews, excepti…
 
As we prepare for the holidays and a time of joy and inspiration we wanted to revisit some of our most inspirational interviews. In this short episode, we revisit our interview with Katherine Switzer, who shares her story of being the first woman to run in the Boston Marathon. A historic event for women and women's running as told by the woman who …
 
On the podcast this week, we talk with Sky Bergman all about the "Lives Well Lived" , the documentary she directed and filmed that was inspired by her own grandmother who lived to 103. The film includes forty different elders with interviews conducted over four years and is a wonderful montage of their stories. The result is a very inspiring film t…
 
This week on the podcast we talk with storyteller, writer, and podcaster Stephanie Rafflelock about her upcoming book "A Delightful Little Book on Aging" as well as an article she recently published called "Five Gratitude Practices to See You Through Tough Times" Stephanie believes that that a good story can transform the way you see the world. She…
 
This week we're reflecting on some of the best conversations we've had regarding gratitude. From our earliest episode on gratitude, episode #17 where we talked about the science of gratitude. Gratitude actually rewires your brain and isn't just a momentary feel-good action. Gratitude impacts the brain and has been linked to increased longevity. Gra…
 
This week we pick up where we left off last week--literally as a glitch caused the podcast to end rather abruptly. We're talking about the two pillars that make up our 30 Day Ultimate Habit Building System. Pillar number one is Brain Training -Based on the self-coaching model by Brook Castillo we talk about how our thoughts create our feelings, whi…
 
This week on the podcast we are doing the first of a two-part series on the Ultimate 30-Day Habit Building System! We talk all about the "whys" behind habit-building and how our system can help you with a repeatable framework to build new habits and replace habits that don't serve you. First you need to understand why it's important to focus on hab…
 
This week on the podcast we talk with John Leland about his book, "Happiness is a Choice You Make-Lessons from a year among the Oldest Old". Leland, an award-winning journalist with the NY Times , shared some of his experiences with us in writing this book which started as an assignment for the newspaper. In his own words, " In 2015, I followed six…
 
This week on the podcast we discuss how happiness is found in our day to day lives and not something that we look for in big, thrilling moments. We talk about the fact that happiness is a decision of mindset in the day to day, average moments in life. We approach being happy in a deep and lasting way and not just looking for those “thrilling high” …
 
Are you a morning person? This week we discuss the power of a morning routine and why it sets you up for success throughout your day. Having a morning routine has been proven to have health benefits including reduced stress and anxiety. People who don't have routines often suffer from poor sleep, poor diet and poor physical health. We reflect on th…
 
This week on the podcast we pause for a moment to look back on our first 50 episodes. We take just one thought, sentence, quote or statement from each and share them. They are a mix of powerful ideas, interesting statistics and a couple that will just make you smile. We want to say thank you to all of our listeners, subscribers, reviewers and to ou…
 
On this week's podcast we discuss how daily habit #5, LET GO, may be the most important habit of all. Stress and worry are not just negative emotion words that we should be tossing around daily or even weekly. They are true social trends with major health implications impacting us now and in the future. Stress is literally killing us. Stress-relate…
 
This week on the podcast, we discuss the science of gratitude and how it can help you increase optimism and longevity. We share some of the latest research on optimism including a recent study done by Boston University that was just published this summer as well as other information on how gratitude and optimism can improve your health. People who …
 
This week on the podcast we're talking all about our daily habit #3-SHARE. For us, sharing isn't about being generous with things you own or your money, it's about sharing your life with the people around you. It's staying connected and engaged and developing the habit of fostering friendships. We share the negative impacts of loneliness and isolat…
 
This week on the podcast it's all about your brain and building the habits that protect brain health as you age! Molly and Angela discuss factors that impact protect brain health. Learn all about exercise, diet and most importantly brain activities that encourage neural plasticity and can prevent dementia and Alzheimer's. Also, hear practical tips …
 
This week on the podcast we talk with author, entrepreneur, and influencer--Lorraine C. Ladish. Lorraine calls herself a 21st Century communicator who helps empower women and others to achieve their goals. She has always put an emphasis on fitness in her life, and after a running injury when she was 48, has been devoted to yoga. So much so, that la…
 
For the next few weeks, we’re going to be talking about the FIVE habits that make up our lifestyle strategy and philosophy at Five for Life. If you are new to the podcast, real quickly the five daily habits of a HAPPIER, longer life are: MOVE*LEARN* SHARE*GIVE* LET GO. All backed by science and proven to increase longevity AND improve overall happi…
 
Are you trying to break a "bad" habit? Listen in as Molly & Angela discuss why they don't use the word "bad" to describe habits. Hear about strategies from James Clear's Atomic Habits and from Charles Duhigg and The Power of Habits. We talk about the inversion of the laws of habit building and provide five practical tips for breaking habits that do…
 
On the podcast this week Molly and Angela talk about the metaskill of "how to build a new habit". By definition, a meta skill is a nugget of practical knowledge that applies to a wide variety of circumstances including ones you have never directly experienced before. Figuring out how to manage your brain so you can create the thoughts that lead to …
 
This week on the podcast we take a 10,000 foot view of brain science, and in particular the areas of the brain that are involved with habit formation. Want to build new habits? You're going to have to be aware of your primitive brain while you make plans with and listen to your executive brain. Why does the brain build habits? How much of your life…
 
In the first episode of season 2, co-hosts Molly Watts and Angela McDade revisit the five daily habits of a happier, longer life. As they continue to highlight these habits--MOVE, LEARN, SHARE, GIVE and LET GO--including the science behind increasing longevity and improving overall quality of life, the focus for season is on HOW to build habits tha…
 
Pat Gallant-Charette is no ordinary grandma. The 68-year-old life-long Maine resident has completed six of the Oceans Seven, a marathon swimming challenge that has athletes attempting seven of the toughest open-water swims in the world. Only 12 people to date have accomplished the feat. Until last year, Pat was the oldest swimmer to swim the Englis…
 
Brene Brown is a researcher. storyteller and a Texan. She believes that every time we choose courage, we make everyone around us a little better and the world a little braver. In this episode of the podcast we discuss her first New York Times bestseller, "The Gifts of Imperfection: Letting Go of Who You Think You're Supposed to Be and Embrace Who Y…
 
In this episode Molly and Angela talk to Maria Leonard Olsen. At age 50, Maria had drank her way out of her 25-year marriage. She had, against much advice, put all her eggs in the motherhood basket, will-fully derailing her successful law career. As teenagers, her precious children did not need her in the hands-on way they previously had. Her husba…
 
In this episode, we talk with Liz Vassey, director and producer of the documentary, "The Human Race". Liz, an avid runner, started questioning her ability to continue running as she aged and her curiosity lead her to finding many marathon runners who were well over the age of 50 and running. She wanted to learn more and loved the stories she was le…
 
In this episode, Molly and Angela interview Dr. Emily Rogalski, PhD, from Northwestern University's Mesulam Center for Cognitive Neurology & Alzheimer's Disease. We learn about Dr. Rogalski's work to research and define, "Super Agers" and the common traits that they share. "Alzheimer’s and other dementias are on the rise, but you can take a proacti…
 
Today on the podcast we are joined by Nanette Mutrie, professor at the University of Edinburgh and Chair of Physical Activity for Health. Nanette has been active in encouraging walking as a way for increasing healthiness in Scotland since the 1990's. You'll hear how walking is really the very best exercise for most people and it's something we are …
 
This week's podcast is a little different. We had the pleasure of speaking with Jason Paige Smith, a photographer from Maine all about his project called "The Oldest State". Did you know that demographically Maine is the oldest state? Jason has spent the last year taking portraits of some of Maine's oldest residents who personify the Maine lifestyl…
 
In this episode Molly and Angela talk with speaker, author and professor, Dr. Catherine Sanderson, PhD about the science behind happiness and how we can truly impact our happiness. After compiling lots of research, Dr. Sanderson wrote her book "The Positive Shift" which focuses on small changes we can all make regardless of whether or not we are ge…
 
Interested in functional medicine? Looking to focus on your health proactively? We talk with Dr. Nisha Jackson today about what she's learned in almost 30 years of treating patients. Nisha says, "we look at a number of factors, hormones, nutrient levels. We look at their diet, we look at their exercise plan, we look at their sleep patterns. What we…
 
Dr. Kerry Burnight serves as the Chief Gerontologist at GrandPad® where everyday she is working to eradicate loneliness in older adults. From her background as a professor of geriatric medicine, to the founding National Center on Elder Abuse and the Ageless Alliance, a non-profit focused on elder abuse, Dr. Burnight is dedicated to improving the li…
 
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