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Experts Tell Us the Best Podcasts for Young Women

This article showcases our top picks for the Best Podcasts For Young Women. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below). We are keen to hear your feedback on all of our content and our comment section is a moderated space to express your thoughts and feelings related (or not) to this article This list is in no particular order.

The NursePreneur Podcast

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Catie Harris, the NursePreneur Mentor as she interviews nurses and other business owners who have embraced their power and overcome obstacles while coming out on the other side empowered and making an impact in their communities, businesses, and personal lives.

WorkParty Podcast

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WorkParty Podcast is an amazing resource for young adult women who want to know more about how to turn their passions into a dream career. Each episode is full of tips, how-to’s and encouragement from seasoned entrepreneurs who share wisdom learned from life experiences, failures and everything in between.

So Get Me

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I think the new So Get Me Podcast would be a fun one – it’s probably best for teen aged young women. The podcast is hosted by Samara Atkins, and she interviews girls who then interview interesting women and other activists about their work. It’s pretty cool.

Dharma Drops

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Dharma Drops Podcast offers musings, not Truths, about topics related to yoga, life, and whatever in a real-life, relatable manner. It’s an unscripted, candid, and conversational podcast that features conversations with women across the globe who work in yoga, holistic health, fitness, art, and more. But what all of the women have in common is they are not just business owners, they are inspirational leaders in their communities and beyond. As such, not only does Dharma Drops showcase women in business, but it also underscores the importance of personal and community wellness.

Best of Both Worlds

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This is a fantastic podcast for young women who are trying to make the most of their time, while balancing home and work. Laura Vanderkam and Sarah Hart-Unger discuss practical tips on work-life balance, career growth, time management and productivity. It’s perfect for women who always feel rushed and overwhelmed, to know how to make small changes to their routine and see big results.

Skincare Secrets Podcas

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This show is about beauty, skincare and self-care. It is for those who want to learn how to maintain a clear, healthy skin for life. Bringing you tips, tricks, and guests who share their skincare secrets.

Highest Self Podcast

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Author and Wellness Personality Sahara Rose @IAmSaharaRose is the fresh young voice for the modern spiritual movement, called a leading voice in the millennial generation into the new paradigm shift by Deepak Chopra. In her podcast, she shares how you can tune into your unique gifts, find your purpose, live in your Dharma and blossom into your highest self. From understanding your mission on this planet to sharing it with the world, this podcast is the spiritual friend you wish you had, who lifts you up and gets you on all levels.

A Sober Girls Guide

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A Sober Girls Guide Podcast is a lifestyle podcast based on sobriety and recovery. Each week the host, Jessica Jeboult, has honest conversations about mental health, self development, wellness and spirituality and how they influence each guests unique recovery journey. Inspired by her own sobriety and wellness journey, Jessica spreads the wealth of knowledge. Her mission is to provide listeners with the tools, guidance and motivation to help them navigate through their recovery and propel their personal growth.

Path to Success

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Path to Success is a podcast by UK based author, business coach and mentor, Ruth Kudzi, and is perfect for young women who are looking to advance their careers, maybe set up their own business and generally be inspired when it comes to their work so they can be successful in their own right and on their terms. With a range of guests, from authors and social media experts, this podcast is consistantly in the charts and becoming increasingly popular with a global base.

Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations

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Over the years, SuperSoul Conversations has been a transformative podcast for me. Oprah and her podcast guests invite listeners to dive deep into topics such as the power of the mind, healing, trust, relationships and life lessons. One of my favorite aspects of this podcast is its potential to inspire and empower young women to be the best person they can be! Oprah asks thoughtful questions and demonstrates honesty and vulnerability as she interviews guests. Oprah has interviewed so many inspirational guests such as Brene Brown, Kris Carr, Gabrielle Bernstein and Elizabeth Gilbert who all have such inspiring messages. Another must listen!

Almost 30

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If you are looking to laugh while you learn, this is the perfect podcast! Krista and Lindsey keep it real – discussing personal development, wellness, spirituality and just life. Their honest, raw banter and inspiring guests keep the show fresh and fun! One of my favorite episodes is #222 with Shaman Durek called “Our Queendom, The Matrix & Unconditional Love” – it is such a powerhouse of an episode!

Picked Last in Gym Class

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At age nine, Lacey Henderson was diagnosed with a rare soft tissue tumor and had her leg amputated above the knee. A life-long athlete, she never let her injury define her, from Division I cheerleading to post-collegiate Track & Field. In her first year of long jumping, she broke a 17-year American record. Then she broke the North American and South American region record, going on to compete in the 2016 Paralympic Games. Now, with the Tokyo Games fast approaching, she’s training to compete in the Long Jump once more. On Picked Last in Gym Class, Lacey brings her distinctive humor and experiences to engage a wide variety of guests in conversations about life’s challenges and highs. Recent guests include fellow Team USA Paralympian Brianna Salinaro, Breaking Bad actor RJ Mitte, and former professional basketball player Paul Shirley. In her own words, Lacey notes a lot of my project is normalizing disability and…bringing the human aspect to something that seems so foreign to so many people. Her voice is an invaluable addition to conversations of empowerment, self-discipline, and the shared human experience.

Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield

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Online Marketing Made Easy with Amy Porterfield is simply one of the best podcasts for women! The episodes are filled with inspiring interviews, actionable tips for running an online business, and real stories of people that have built businesses from nothing. Though she does interview men as well, she interviews a plethora of women and gives incredible insights into how to build the type of business you want on your terms.

SEX COMMUNICATION

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The podcast SEX COMMUNICATION explores how people communicate about, and during sex; it is a powerful example of radical self acceptance, something everyone could use more of, but especially young women. Episodes alternate between audio recordings of sex, interviews, and first-person accounts of sexual activity from the host, a cis female. The goal of the show is to expose listeners to honest accounts of the human sexual experience, thereby inspiring them to embrace their own sexuality in an empowered and shame-free manner.

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