Podcasts Category Archive

StevePavlina.com Podcast #014 – Embracing Your Passion

Sunday, May 21st, 2006

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #14:  Embracing Your Passion It’s been a while since I’ve posted a new podcast, so here’s a new one recorded by Erin (her first podcast was #10 on lucid dreaming). One of the things I love most about my marriage is that I get to participate in the unfolding […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #013 – Beyond Religion

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #13:  Beyond Religion Many readers/listeners have asked me privately about my particular religious and spiritual beliefs.  Sometimes people also email me after making certain assumptions about what belief system I must follow, based on reading a subset of my articles.  If you’ve actually read all of my articles and tried […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #012 – Building Confidence

Sunday, March 5th, 2006

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #12 Today’s podcast is about building confidence, a topic that many readers have requested I cover.  This podcast will give you four different methods for boosting your confidence. One of the reasons people don’t feel confident is that they harbor limiting beliefs that block them from tapping into this […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #011 – Raising Awareness Through Multiple Perspectives

Sunday, February 12th, 2006

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #11 Today’s podcast is called “Raising Awareness Through Multiple Perspectives.”  The goal of this podcast is to help you answer the question, “How shall I live my life?”  The present conditions of your life probably won’t give you enough clarity to provide an ideal answer straightaway.  At best […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #010 – Lucid Dreaming

Sunday, January 29th, 2006

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #10 Guest podcaster: Erin Pavlina This podcast addresses the fascinating subject of lucid dreaming, which is the ability to retain full conscious awareness while you dream. And best of all, this one is conducted by my wife Erin, who first taught me how to have lucid dreams when […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #009 – Kick-start Your Own Business

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #9 This podcast will give you some tips on how to kick-start your own business, especially a part-time, home-based business. Incidentally, I know the iTunes podcast subscription for this podcast isn’t working. You can still subscribe to it, but for some reason it isn’t displaying all the previous […]

Listen to Podcasts on Tivo

Friday, December 9th, 2005

I was just informed that it’s now possible to listen to podcasts on Tivo. Apparently, Tivo has added a new online service called “Podcaster.” I’m not sure how to get a podcast listed in Tivo’s own directory, but it looks like you can enter a specific URL. I’m guessing the one to enter for my […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #008 – Overcoming Fear

Sunday, December 4th, 2005

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #8 This podcast explores the topic of fear. It presents two ways to overcome fear, first by building courage and secondly by shifting your mental model of reality to eliminate the experience of fear entirely. The first method is fairly straightforward. The second one is far more challenging […]

Steve Pavlina Audio

Saturday, November 19th, 2005

I added a new Audio Section to this site today to make it easier to listen to the audio content. Now all the podcasts are conveniently located on a single page. The new audio section includes a browser-based MP3 player, so you can play the audio files directly in your web browser without having to […]

StevePavlina.com Podcast #007 – Solving Frustrating Problems

Saturday, November 19th, 2005

StevePavlina.com Personal Development for Smart People podcast #7 This podcast explores those frustrating problems of life where you feel you must choose between a limited number of options, none of which seems very appealing. Should you simply buckle down and pick one of those options and push through the discomfort and uncertainty, or is your […]