We are officially two weeks into 2019, which means you are two full weeks into your New Year’s resolution. Considering over half of all resolutions will fail within the first several weeks, you should be extremely proud of how far you’ve come.
Conventional wisdom states that it takes 21 days to form a habit. Naturally, doing something every day for three weeks straight is easier said than done. But fear not my friend, you are only several days away from turning your one-off resolution into a full-blown lifestyle change.
One of the best ways to bring some extra positivity and inspiration into your daily routine is by listening to a podcast.
If you, like the rest of us, sometimes need a little extra motivation to keep pushing through to your goals then these four podcasts listed below are a fantastic place to start.
Hosted by the bestselling author of The Happiness Project, Gretchen Rubin. This podcast delivers thought-provoking and practical advice on how you can reach your goals and become a happier person through subtle changes in your thought process and cultivating effective habits.
Good Life Project
The "Good Life Project" is a spectacular podcast that is sure to stoke the flames of ambition and keep you fired-up as the New Year chugs along. Every week, host Jonathan Fields brings us an in-depth and compelling interview with an awe-inspiring individual. Some of his more notable guests include Brene Brown, Tim Ferris, and Elizabeth Gilbert.
The Marie Forleo Podcast
Oprah named Marie a "thought leader of the next generation" so you know she has to be one kick butt girl boss. What makes this show great is that Marie takes what she learned from building her empire, cuts it down into bite-sized actionable pieces, tosses in a little humor, and set you on your way to the life of your dreams.
Earn Your Happy
For Lori Harder, happiness is found in the journey, not just the destination. Her goal is to help her you realize that everything you desire can be yours with enough hard work and dedication. There is no room for excuses here; you must earn your happy