Listen up: Here are 3 podcasts that ought to be on your radar!

Podcasts have grown in popularity over the past few years and have had some major social impact too. And whether you’re into crime and mystery, relationships and sex or the wild ride of entrepreneurship, there’s a podcast for everyone.

Here are three share-worthy podcasts that are worth subscribing to!

Couples Therapy with Candice & Casey

You might already be familiar with Casey Neistat, the YouTube genius who rakes in over a million views per video on his daily vlog channel. His gritty, fast-paced life has earned him millions of fans but on his podcast, he takes a slightly different approach.

He and his wife, Candice, openly discuss the ups and downs of marriage, parenting and their lives in the spotlight. It’s refreshing, hilarious, raw and honest.

How I Built This with Guy Raz

If you’ve ever wondered how Starbucks, Wikipedia or Dell Computers came to be, this podcast is exactly what you’ve been looking for. Guy Raz interviews some of the most successful entrepreneurs taking us through their decision making processes that ultimately led them to create incredible businesses and brands.

The hurdles that one has to overcome to make their dreams a success is not often explored but in this podcast, Raz delves deep into the good, the bad and the ugly of entrepreneurship.

It’s an enlightening show that serves a reminder that Rome wasn’t built in a day.

Where Should We Begin? with Esther Perel

If you’ve ever had doubts about the power of therapy, this will put every last one to rest.

Esther Perel is a best selling author, a psychotherapist and a sex and relationship expert with over 30 years in this field. If ever you wanted to speak to someone about your relationship problems, it’s her.

In this podcast, she brings us into actual therapy sessions as couples try and explore and understand the most intimate parts of their relationships. It’s incredibly candid, eye-opening and sometimes even difficult to listen to. But trust me, it’s worth subscribing to.


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