Best Growth Mindset Podcasts, Ranked

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June 21, 2021

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Before we get into our top list of the best growth mindset podcasts, let’s take a moment to explain exactly what growth mindset is. Growth mindset is the belief that anyone can develop their mental abilities through hard work and dedication, and then advance themselves ͢ no matter their situation at birth. The prerequisites for success are not innate but can be developed. Growth mindset sends a positive message to people that they can achieve whatever they set their mind to.

10 Best Podcasts for Growth Mindset

In today’s fast-paced, audio-visual world, podcasts are a great way to induce learning. When it comes to growth mindset podcasts, they can be powerful learning tools for all ages and stages.

Listed below are 10 of the best podcasts for growth mindset on the web today. When choosing these we looked for the most positive podcasts with the farthest reach, because even though it’s a cliché, it’s true: “You can do anything if you put your mind to it.”

1. Best for Motivational: The RazReport

The RazReport -stories of inspiration- podcast features exclusive interviews with people who change the world. It a show about the stock market, entrepreneurship & overcoming the odds to be successful. You can expect to hear stories of inspiration, stock market and pro life tips, point of views that will make you a better person. investor & think bigger than you are thinking now.

The RazReport Podcast host Jason Raznick, Founder & CEO of Benzinga was named an Entrepreneur of The Year® 2021 Michigan and Northwest Ohio winner by EY.

Special guests to the show include:

The RazReport Podcast is a part of Benzinga Podcasts.

2. Best for Storytelling: Wow in the World

Wow in the World is a growth mindset podcast for kids. Grade levels include:

  • Preschool
  • Elementary (K-2)
  • Elementary (3-5)
  • Middle school

Topics include:

  • Human behavior
  • Innovation
  • Insects
  • Marine life
  • Prehistoric times

Wow in the World is part of the Tinkercast family. Tinkercast was created by 3 parents, all media veterans, who believe that good storytelling can replace a video screen. Tinkercast believes that good stories inspire kids to use their imaginations, follow their curiosities and say “Wow!”

The 3 founders are:

  • Meredith Halpern-Ranzer, chief executive tinkerer
  • Guy Raz, chief strategic tinkerer
  • Mindy Thomas, chief creative tinkerer

Wow in the World can be found on Apple podcasts, NPR and the Tinkercast website.

3. Best for Education: The Balanced Educator

The Balanced Educator is a weekly podcast hosted by the co-founders of the educational website and blog Educalme, Kailey Lefko and Josianne Barnabé. Both teachers by trade, Lefko and Barnabé believe a calm and balanced approach is the best way to show both parents and educators how to achieve their goals. They believe that by nurturing the parent or educator, kids will see the benefits.

The Balanced Educator airs on such popular platforms as:

  • Apple podcast
  • Listen Notes
  • Spotify
  • Audible
  • Stitcher

Such intriguing topics include:

  • Building relationships with children
  • Integrating mindfulness at a school level
  • Creating a trauma sensitive classroom
  • Raising good human
  • Teacher and student well-being

The Balanced Educator airs every 2 weeks.

4. Best Podcast for Discovering Potential: Growth Mindset Podcast

That’s right. The first growth mindset podcast in our list is called, strangely enough: Growth Mindset Podcast. Hosted by inspirational speaker Sam Harris, Growth Mindset Podcast is where Harris finds ordinary people doing extraordinary things. The whole point of the podcast is to show that anyone can achieve anything if they put their mind to it.

According to the podcast, Harris owns several businesses, has traveled all over the world, and nearly died on several occasions. Accomplishments include touring North Korea and hitchhiking across Kazakhstan.

Special guests to the show include:

  • Jack Hughes
  • Chris Howard
  • Brian Biro

Growth Mindset Podcast is now in its 8th season.

5. Best for Teens: Parenting Today’s Teens

If ever there was a demographic where parents need help, it’s teens. Who knows what they think? Even what they’re saying? Mark Gregston, that’s who. Gregston, who hosts the podcast Parenting Today’s Teens, has been working with teens and their parents for more than 45 years.

If there’s any one word to describe Gregston’s style it would be “raw.” Sometimes challenging. Parenting Today’s Teens offers:

  • Free online parenting courses
  • e-books
  • Events

Parenting Today’s Teens airs daily (30 minutes on the weekend) and is sponsored by Heartlight Ministries in Hallsville, Texas.

6. Best for Fathers: The Modern Dads Podcast

What makes a good father? Who’s looking out for dad? The Modern Dads Podcast, that’s who. These are not the dads who go missing when the weekend comes; these are the dads who are involved in their children’s lives every day. This podcast tells the stories of dads who are active in the drudgery, pain and joys of parenthood.

Topics include:

  • What toddlers need to know
  • Fathers changing the world
  • How to raise connected boys
  • Leaders and legendary dads
  • Surviving the Terrible Twos

The Modern Dads Podcast is produced by City Dads Group and Krosstown Studios and airs every few weeks.

7. Best for Health and Wellness: The Child Repair Guide

It was the title of this podcast that grabbed our attention first, but it was the thoughtfulness and insight that kept us there. The Child Repair Guide by Dr. Steve Silvestro is the only podcast on our list hosted by a true medical doctor: Silvestro is a pediatrician. The show focuses on how parents can raise happy and healthy kids because let’s face it: A healthy kid is a happy kid. 

Podcast topics include:

  • How parents can better manage stress
  • Developing healthy eating habits
  • Helping kids develop social skills
  • Making daycare safe
  • Helping kids cope

The Child Repair Kit holds a 4.9 stars rating out of 5 —, and one of the highest rated podcasts in the country. Dr. Silvestro is a graduate of Georgetown Medical School.

8. Best for Health and Fitness: The Champion Mindset

The Champion Mindset is all about power. Hosted by former weightlifter Stacy “Bama” Burr, once the #1-ranked powerlifter in the world, this podcast focuses on physical fitness motivation. 

But physical fitness is just one of the many motivational topics, especially when applied to improving mental capacity as well. A healthy body spawns a healthy mind. Burr believes in using words of:

  • Affirmation
  • Visualization
  • Positivity

The Champion Mindset was created in 2019.

9. Best for Relationships: The I DO Podcast

The I DO podcast is as much about helping others with their relationships as it is about its hosts, Chase and Sarah Kosterlitz. Married now for over 11 years, the couple specializes in interviewing relationship experts, therapists and other couples.

The weekly podcasts consist of serious relationship advice as well as fun little sparks that can help keep your relationship fresh. 

The Kosterlitz’s started the podcast not because being in a relationship was easy; but because they knew that keeping it strong was going to take work. Through the insights of others and those of their own, they know talking about relationships only helps to make them stronger.

Guests provide:

  • Unique insights
  • Relationship advice
  • Daily tips
  • New book releases
  • Testimonials

The I DO podcast airs weekly and has already broadcasted more than 300 episodes. 

10. Best for Habit Altering: The Right Way to Form New Habits

Here comes another wise guy instructing how to drop our bad habits and form new ones. Heard it before. Only this time it may be different because it’s coming from the Harvard Business Review. The Right Way to Form Habits podcast, hosted by entrepreneur and author James Clear, just may be onto something this time.

One of Clear’s biggest theories is not a new revelation at all, but instead an old standby that people often forget: Don’t think of the whole prize all at once, but think of achieving goals one step at a time. Don’t get overwhelmed; stay focused. 

Clear even compares achieving goals with saving money. Comparing habits accruing with interest earned on savings. Just a little bit at a time will do, and before you know it, it really adds up. It’s a novel approach.

The Right Way to Form New Habits is not a series but a one-off, half-hour podcast hosted by, the Harvard Business Review. It’s worth checking out.

Clear is also the author of the book, “Atomic Habits: Tiny Changes, Remarkable Results.

Listen to the Best Growth Mindset Podcasts to Reach Your Goals

While the idea of mindset growth may be new to the podcast medium, the idea of improving and not limiting due to environment and circumstance is not. Why not go for the gold, be the best you can be? 
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