The Mel Robbins Podcast

Mel Robbins

You can change your life and Mel Robbins will show you how. Mel Robbins is one of the world’s most widely booked and followed podcast hosts and authors. She’s trusted by the world’s leading brands and medical professionals who use her research-backed tools and strategies in clinical and corporate settings. She’s amassed millions of followers online, with her videos going viral almost daily. 143 Studios Inc., her female-led media company, produces provocative and award-winning content with unprecedented results: millions of books sold, billions of video views, seven #1 audiobooks, and original courses and programming for clients like Starbucks, JP Morgan Chase, LinkedIn, Spotify, Headspace, and Audible. Mel’s work has been translated into 41 languages, her podcast is syndicated in 194 countries, and her TEDx Talk is one of the most viewed of all time. A New York Times bestselling author and self-publishing phenom, Mel’s work includes The High 5 Habit and The 5 Second Rule. Most importantly, her science-backed tools and relatable advice have changed the lives of millions of people worldwide. Despite all this, Mel is one of the most down-to-earth and caring people you’ll ever meet. The person you see every day online is exactly the same in real life. Probably because she learned everything she teaches the hard way: by first screwing up her own life, and out of necessity, discovering the tools and research that transformed her life and got her to where she is today. In The Mel Robbins Podcast, Mel gets more personal than ever, welcoming you into her life and taking you behind the scenes in real time. Every episode is packed with deeply relatable topics, tactical advice, hilarious screwups, compelling conversations, and the tools and inspiration you need to create a better life. Tune in and buckle up – your life is about to change. New episodes of The Mel Robbins Podcast drop every Monday and Thursday. To learn more about Mel, go deeper into every episode, find th

  • 1 hour 22 seconds
    This One Hack Will Unlock Your Happier Life

    Today, you are going to learn one of the best science-backed hacks to feel happier, more connected, and even make you more successful. 

    The simple tools Mel shares today will boost your mood, lower your stress, and make your life more meaningful.

    In this deeply personal episode, you’ll learn 4 specific applications of this powerful and profound research – and you may be surprised by how simple it is to find and bring into your life.

    By the time you finish listening, you’ll be inspired to take immediate action to create a positive ripple effect in your life and your relationships.

    For more resources, including links to the studies mentioned in the episode, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this episode, you’ll love listening to this episode next with Dr. Adam Alter, who is mentioned in today’s episode: 6 Simple Science-Backed Hacks That Will Make Your Life Better

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    17 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 23 minutes
    The Most Important Sex Advice No One Ever Told You: Revamp Your Sex Life in 10 Minutes

    Do you want to have better sex?

    Or even know how often you should be having sex – according to research?

    Today, Dr. Rena Malik, MD is in the house to answer all of your uncomfortable sex questions.

    Dr. Malik is an absolute powerhouse who is known for her viral, no-shame, straight-to-the-point advice on how to have the best sex of your life. 

    She is a top urologist, pelvic surgeon, and sexual health expert – and she’s here today giving you the truth, based on medical research, on things like G-spots, orgasms, libido, and even erectile dysfunction. 

    You’ll also learn the single biggest thing that you are getting wrong in your sex life, according to one of the top urologists in the country.

    Dr. Malik is an assistant professor at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and the Director of Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery. She is also a researcher who has published over 100 peer-reviewed research articles, multiple review articles, and book chapters.

    You're going to want to share this conversation and all the juicy details with every one of your friends, and most importantly, your significant other.

    Great sex starts today.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Rena Malik’s research, website, and social media, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, you’ll love listening to this episode next: The #1 Neuroscientist: After Listening to This, Your Brain Will Not Be the Same.

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    13 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 22 minutes
    How To Stop Waking Up Feeling Tired: 7 Tips From a Harvard Researcher

    In today’s episode, you’ll learn the real reason why you’re always tired – and how to fix it. 

    If you want to wake up every morning feeling refreshed, energized, focused, and in control, you need to get the best sleep of your life – every night.

    Today, you’ll learn 7 easy, accessible, science-backed tips that will help you (and the people you love) perfect your sleep and as a result give you (almost) limitless energy.

    Joining Mel on the podcast today is the renowned Harvard sleep scientist Dr. Rebecca Robbins, PhD. 

    Dr. Robbins is a Research Investigator in the Division of Sleep and Circadian Disorders and the Departments of Medicine and Neurology at Brigham and Women's Hospital, and an Assistant Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School.

    You’ll love the simple, free, and evidence-backed tips that Dr. Robbins shares. These easy habits will boost morning energy, make you feel incredible, and best of all: you can easily add them into your life today.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Rebecca Robbins research, website, and social media, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    Want to know what to listen to next? Mel shared Dr. Rebecca Robbins’ research on an episode about evening routines: 4 Easy Nighttime Habits to Feel Energized & Sleep Better.

    And, you’ll also love this hit episode, which also cites Dr. Robbins’ work: 3 Small Decisions That Make You Feel Incredible: Do This Every Morning After Waking Up

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    10 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 26 minutes
    Master Class on How To Fix Your Digestive Issues & Gut Health (With a Renowned GI Doctor)

    Two-thirds of people have a stomach or gut issue. Do you want to know exactly what to do to feel better? 

    In today’s episode, you’re getting an appointment with one of the most renowned GI doctors in the world. 

    She is here today with her step-by-step protocol to help you reset your gut health, beat the bloat, and find more energy today.

    Dr. Robynne Chutkan, MD is a renowned gastroenterologist. For two decades, her integrative clinic, Digestive Center for Wellness, has helped patients to help them uncover the root cause of GI disorders. She’s worked at Georgetown Hospital for 27 years and has a deep wealth of knowledge and experience.

    She is going to inform you of the simple things that you can do starting today to:

    - Have a healthier gut

    - Beat the bloat

    - Settle your IBS

    - And address constipation once and for all

    You’ll get her nutritional plan to heal stomach problems and optimize your gut for mental and physical health… and you’ll even learn exactly WHAT your poo should look like (and when you should go to the doctor).

    This is THE master class on your gut health, and it’s filled with compelling, tactical, and easy to understand science.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Robynne Chutkan’s research, website, and social media click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, you’ll love this episode with Dr. Mark Hyman: Reset Your Health in 10 Days: Advice From a Renowned MD

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    6 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 14 minutes
    Before You Waste Time, Listen to This

    In today’s episode, you’re going to learn how to take back control of your time. 

    New research shows that you’ll spend 20 years of your life on your screens. 

    It’s time to stop wasting your time – and your life – and learn how to use technology in a way that works for you, your brain, and your body.

    Here to deliver the wake up call of a lifetime is Dr. Alok Kanojia, MD.

    Dr. Kanojia, also known as Dr. K, is a Harvard-trained psychiatrist specializing in modern mental health and the impact of technology on the brain. He is beloved by the millions of fans of his YouTube channel Healthy Gamer for his clear, no-nonsense advice about motivation, technology, and making the most of your life.

    You will be shocked by what Dr. K shares with you about:

    - Why you feel tired all the time.

    - The impact that looking at your phone in your has on your attention span.

    - Why you don’t want to do anything after binging hours of social media.

    - How to know if you truly have a problem with your technology.

    - The exact scripts to talk to someone whose phone, social media, or game use is concerning you. 

    This episode is a resource that you are absolutely going to want to share with everyone that you know.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Alok Kanojia’s research, website, and social media, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, you’ll love this episode with NYU’s Dr. Adam Alter, that also discusses the impact of technology: 6 Simple Science-Backed Hacks That Will Make Your Life Better.

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    5 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 2 minutes
    Transform Your Life at Any Moment: The Surprising Science of Happiness

    Today, you’ll learn the surprising science of what creates a meaningful life, based on 8 decades of research.  

    This conversation is so profound that you might need to take a second listen. 

    Prepare to laugh, cry, and leave feeling empowered to find and create the happiness and connection that you want. 

    Because the truth is, you can transform your life at any moment. 

    There is nothing more important than this conversation. 

    Because by the time you are done listening, you will understand how one tiny step might just change how you think about your entire life. 

    Get ready to be blown away by the groundbreaking research and heartwarming stories that will prove just how powerful unexpected connections can truly be. 

    And more importantly, how you can start making them today. 

    For more resources, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this episode, you’ll love this conversation with Harvard’s Dr. Robert Waldinger: What Makes a Good Life? Lessons From the Longest Study on Happiness

    This episode is sponsored by our exclusive insurance partner, Amica.

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    3 June 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 50 seconds
    How to Motivate Yourself (and Others) to Change Any Behavior

    Do you want to know the secret to unlocking motivation in yourself or someone you love? 

    If you want to change any behavior for the better…

    Or if you’ve got someone in your life (don’t we all?!) who you wish would change… 

    Today’s episode is for you. 

    You’ll learn why guilt, pressure, fear, crying, threats, and ultimatums will not help anyone change, and there’s a scientific reason why. 

    Then, you’ll learn the 3 very specific tactics that inspire anyone to quickly change their behavior for the better, including specific scripts that you can use with even the most stubborn people.

    Teaching you today is #1 neuroscientist Dr. Tali Sharot. She’s here to debunk the myths of behavior change and teach you how to make any change, big or small. 

    Dr. Sharot is a behavioral neuroscientist, professor at both University College London and MIT, and the director of the Affective Brain Lab at University College London.

    Her research integrates neuroscience, behavioral economics, and psychology to study motivation and behavior change.

    By the time you finish listening, you’ll know EXACTLY what to do to create any change you want.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Tali Sharot’s research, website, and social media click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, you’ll love this episode: The #1 Neuroscientist: After Listening to This, Your Brain Will Not Be the Same.

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    30 May 2024, 4:05 am
  • 49 minutes
    The Best Relationship Advice No One Ever Told You

    Do you want to know the best relationship advice no one has ever told you before? 

    In today’s episode, Mel is revealing the one rule about relationships you must know.

    There is a game-changing framework that will help any relationship go the distance, and once you hear it, you’ll want to share it with everyone you know. 

    It reveals why some relationships fail, and it also gives you the secret to sustaining a strong and successful relationship.

    Here to explain this “4 Levels” framework is New York Times bestselling author Matthew Hussey.

    Matthew has been helping people for more than 17 years to feel more confident and in control of their relationships. His YouTube channel is number one in the world for love life advice, with over half a billion views.

    By the end of today’s episode, you’ll know when it’s time to let go of a relationship, when it’s worth fighting for, and the 4 habits of all successful relationships.

    For more resources, including links to Matthew Hussey’s new book and his videos, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this episode, you’ll want to listen to this one next: 3 Simple Ways to Get the Love You Want.

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    27 May 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 20 minutes
    #1 Stress Doctor: 5 Tools to Protect Your Brain From Stress & Feel Calmer Now

    After today, you will never think about stress the same way again.

    You’ll learn exactly what to do to take control of your stress, stay calm under pressure, and find instant relief.

    Harvard’s Dr. Aditi Nerurkar is here today to explain stress and how it relates to your body and brain. 

    Dr. Aditi is a medical doctor, researcher, and world-renowned expert in stress and public health. 

    She's a lecturer at Harvard Medical School and was the medical director of Harvard's Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital's integrative medicine program, where she developed an enormous clinical practice in stress management using evidence-based integrative approaches to help her patients feel better.

    Today, she is going to give you a reimagined approach to overcoming your stress and burnout using five small but mighty mindset shifts.

    These mindset shifts are free, backed by science, and can be applied to your life starting today.

    By the time you finish listening, you will feel uplifted, empowered, and inspired to rest your stress, rewire your brain, move out of survival mode, and start thriving again.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Aditi Nerurkar’s research, website, and social media, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, your next listen should be Mel’s conversation with Dr. Tara Swart, MD, PhD: The #1 Neuroscientist: After Listening to This, Your Brain Will Not Be the Same.

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    23 May 2024, 4:05 am
  • 56 minutes 53 seconds
    Live a Healthier, Happier, and Longer Life: The Secrets to Feeling Young Forever

    Today, an absolute powerhouse is here to give you the key to living a longer, happier, healthier, and more meaningful life. 

    “I’m 86, but I look and feel 57,” says Mel’s mother-in-law, Judie Robbins. 

    Judie is the most happy, alive, vibrant, and well-connected person Mel knows. 

    She’s back on the podcast and is sharing her best life advice and all new secrets for longevity, vitality, and how to create a long and happy life that you actually enjoy. 

    You’ll also learn the crucial life lessons that most people learn too late, but you won’t after what you hear today.

    After today’s episode, you’ll know one thing for sure:

    No matter your age, the best years of your life are ahead of you.

    For more resources, click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this episode, here’s one you should listen to next: 5 Small Habits That Will Change Your Life Forever.

    To hear Judie Robbins’ first appearance on The Mel Robbins Podcast, which focuses on her daily routines, listen here: This 85-Year-Old Badass Does More Than You & Me (Steal Her 7 Amazing Secrets).

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    20 May 2024, 4:05 am
  • 1 hour 32 minutes
    How to Deal With Difficult People: One Trick to Live a More Peaceful & Fulfilled Life

    Do you want to know how to deal with difficult people? 

    What about if that difficult person in your life is a parent, boss, ex, child, or partner? 

    Today, renowned psychologist and narcissism expert Dr. Ramani Durvasula is here to give you the tricks you need to master to live a more peaceful life.

    This episode is your masterclass on how to identify and heal from toxic people.

    Dr. Ramani will teach you how to not only deal with people who are disrespectful, passive aggressive, and can’t control their emotions, but also how to heal from the damage that they can cause you.

    She will show you how you can stay in your power and purpose no matter who you have to deal with in your life. 

    You’ll learn how you can keep your goals, priorities, and happiness front and center, no matter what is happening around you.

    For more resources, including links to Dr. Ramani’s research, website, and social media click here for the podcast episode page. 

    If you liked this research-packed episode, you’ll love Dr. Ramani’s last appearance on The Mel Robbins Podcast: Signs You’re Dealing With a Narcissist (New Research From World-Leading Expert Dr. Ramani).

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    18 May 2024, 4:05 am
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