The School Of Greatness Podcast
If you even just passively dabble in consuming content related to personal-development or entrepreneurship, then you will be familiar with many of the guests that Lewis has assembled throughout his impressive catalog of episodes.
From Tony Robbins to Eric Thomas to Dr. Brene Brown, Lewis lines up the heavy hitters of their respective fields for a long-form format of conversation that is always as informative as it is entertaining.
Here Are The Top Episodes Of The School Of Greatness Podcast:
Mel Robbins is a powerhouse. She is an entrepreneur, author, television personality, life-coach, and motivational speaker.
On this episode, she talks about her “5 second rule” which is such a simple, yet brilliant strategy for overcoming doubt and hesitancy and instead prompts decisive action. This simple tip could cause a snowball effect of positivity, productivity, and growth in your life.
I dare you to listen to Eric Thomas, author, and motivational speaker, and not be completely uplifted and inspired. After hearing Eric’s story, no one has any excuses not to pursue the most engaged and fulfilled life possible.
His energy is off the charts and his accomplishments are made for a Hollywood movie, but he is a grounded individual who seems genuine in his desire to want to help other people take massive strides of growth.
Dr. Brene Brown
Dr. Brene Brown is a hero of mine. She is a scholar, author, and speaker. A few years back when I was in therapy, my therapist suggested I become familiar with Dr. Brown and especially her TED Talks on vulnerability. Not long after I lost a dear cousin to suicide.
Her motto of “leaning into discomfort” helped me to stay open, vulnerable, and to go through the hurt of the grieving process. She is a treasure and all of humanity should be required to become familiar with her work.
Tony Robbins most likely needs no introduction here. The man is an icon and he has earned that status through decades of coaching countless lives through transformational breakthroughs. When Tony speaks I hang on every word. This episode is pretty cool being that the interview was filmed while flying on Tony’s private Jet. Talk about life goals.
Tim has been deconstructing world-class performers and achievers for years now through his podcast and is a wealth of wisdom, concepts, and strategies to help people live happier, fuller, and more productive lives.
Tim and Lewis get into a crazy discussion about lucid dreaming on this episode that is mind-blowing.
Dr. Shefali Tsabary
I had never heard of Dr. Tsabary prior to this episode and I am so grateful I watched. Dr. Shefali is a leader in the field of mindful psychology and a parenting expert whose work has been featured and endorsed by Oprah Winfrey.
Her concepts of conscious parenting are critical for anyone looking to foster secure, productive, and self-assured kids.
Gary V is an entrepreneur, investor, best-selling author, and a prolific content creator. His name has become synonymous with entrepreneurship. He is the standard bearer for grinding and hustling and seems to have a heartfelt desire to want to push as many people possible towards their own entrepreneurial pursuits in life.
Evan Carmichael is one of the most respected and prolific content creators on YouTube today. He has a personal mission to want to help a billion entrepreneurs in his lifetime through the content he creates. I can personally vouch that Evan walks the walk and lives his values each and every day. He is an incredible force of positivity and wisdom for anyone looking to take steps towards a more empowered and fulfilling life.
Rob Bell is a speaker, author, and former pastor. Rob is a progressive, open-hearted, and common-sense presence in the world of spirituality that is often plagued by dogma and outdated doctrine.
This episode was my first real look at Rob’s philosophies and perspective on life. I have since subscribed to his Robcast podcast which is always compelling and inspiring.
Anytime I hear Rob converse I take away some sort of nugget of wisdom to be applied immediately to my life. He is a refreshing and much-needed voice beyond the old-guard institutions of spirituality.
Gabby Reece is an entrepreneur, athlete, model, and fitness leader. Gabby has a brilliant way of parsing relationships and dropping wisdom in regards to the dynamic between men and women. I value her perspective on family dynamics and raising kids. This is a great episode for anyone in a committed relationship.
My Virtual Mentor
Lewis Howes has become somewhat of a virtual mentor of mine, without him having any idea of who I am. Lewis refuses to be boxed in by outdated yet unfortunately persistent stereotypes about manhood and how a man should act and feel.
The tired cliche of the strong and silent type, who is cut off from their feelings, is harmful to men and the families surrounding them. Lewis is doing his part to shatter these perpetual myths.
I personally suffered emotional hurt and angst for years, quietly to myself, prior to it boiling over into an emotional collapse. I am so thankful there are now forces like Lewis charging the stale and limiting atmosphere of manhood with positivity and vulnerability, showing young men there is a different way.
While Lewis is out there setting a tone and raising the expectations for manhood, The School Of Greatness podcast is clearly a show for everyone across all genders. Themes of vulnerability, spiritual journeys, and seeking growth cut across the human experience, regardless of gender, race, or nationality.
Lewis is baring his soul and sharing his past struggles, including an honorable and brave admission of being sexually abused by an adult in his childhood. My respect for him has no bounds and I am grateful for this wealth of knowledge, wisdom, and entertainment he has packed into The School Of Greatness podcast catalog.
If you are a fan of The School Of Greatness podcast did we leave anyone off of this top guest feature that should have been included? If you are new to Lewis and his podcast, which top guest from our list resonated the most with you? Please do leave a comment.