The Rachel Hollis Podcast


From New York Times best-selling author Rachel Hollis comes the ultimate podcast for anyone looking for more joy and purpose in their lives. Featuring candid interviews with top performers in business, media, and lifestyle, as well as deep dives into topics like health and motivation, the Rachel Hollis Podcast has everything you need to level up your life! New episodes premiere every Tuesday.

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  • purposefullypaige
    Disappointed listener, she’s hypocritical
    In one sentence, Rachel talks about having to convert everyone who votes differently than her, and “have that conversation with them” to make them think like her. In the very next she complains about about losing over a hundred thousand Instagram followers because she had an interview with Biden. She says “she doesn’t understand why people who vote differently can’t get along”. You cannot have it both ways. Do you choose to only be around like-minded people, and refuse to have an open conversation that goes both ways, and then demand they must change to think like you? Or do you want Instagram followers. Not everyone wants to constantly see and hear politics on their feed, maybe they were unfollowed you to protect their own mental health and their own boundaries. (Something you’ve preached before, but when it negatively affects you, you suddenly think it’s being dramatic) I personally don’t want to hear about politics from lifestyle gurus, and although I 100% believe you are entitled to your own opinion (I’d bet we even voted for the same person) I’m very disappointed in your consistent display of tone deafness you seem to have.
  • K1mm1e546
    Creating chaos
    I’ve enjoyed most of the episodes. I’m very neutral in my political beliefs. I find it hard to find credibility and learn from people who in one breath say let’s be open to conversation and in the next breath are demeaning to the people they want conversation and open mindedness with. I don’t think this is the best tactic to bring change or to bring people together. I think a change in that tone could go so much further in tearing down walls and uniting people.
  • TayTayClaire
    Stop talking over the guest!
    Rachel, good questions and your intentions are to validate the guest, but stop interrupting and saying “yes” throughout their presentation. It’s hard hear the guest and it’s just disruptive to me, the listener. The Murder Squad does a good job of listening to their guest, but also showing that they’re paying attention. Check it out for some tips.
  • Corrica
    A con artist
    RH built her brand on stealing things from others without giving them credit. She tells you exactly what to do to save your marriage and have the best marriage ever, when she has a failing marriage. She needs to take time away and focus on herself before ever giving advice again. She also needs to learn how to cite and give proper credit for thoughts, words, and ideas.
  • jaylaagnes
    New find!
    I wish I would have found this podcast sooner, but I’m here now and binge listening! Perfect timing in life! Thanks for all you’re willing to share! 🤍
  • M Ney
    Love this!!
    Just listened to your “dating app” episode!! I want u to know how much u have impacted me since I started following you 2 years ago now-I signed up for 29029 Utah in Aug 2021 thanks to you!! I’m not any type of endurance athlete, am over 60 y/o was scared to sign up but now ALL IN!!! Thanks be to you!! Keep doing what you are doing thru ALL the HARD things!
  • Kate_realtor
    I’m a mom of 2 young boys and a wife. I run a real estate group and have always been told I’m a self motivator. But sometimes you need a little motivation yourself, you give me that! If there’s a way to do a 1 on 1 with you I’d gladly pay for that! Only negative is the amount of adds
  • AshN89
    Floundering and painful to listen to.
    The most recent episode was the tipping point for me to unsubscribe. I was a long-time listener and the content is continuously regurgitated. It seems as if there is a refusal to acknowledge the attempted evolution of the brand and that’s a huge disconnect from being built on “made for more”. Brands need to adapt and pivot; this is one that falls short.
  • Dont be a false prophet
    Wolf in sheep’s clothing and a narcissist
    I read your first book and listen to your podcast. It concerns me that you are leading folks to a false prophet. You speak as a Christian and quote the Bible but then talk about New Age. Girl, READ YOUR BIBLE! Or at least stop pretending to be a follower of Jesus and fooling those who listen to you. Matthew 18:6 But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in me to sin, it would be better for him to have a great millstone fastened around his neck and to be drowned in the depth of the sea
  • Drod2323
    Part of my everyday routine!
    Love listening to Rachel. She has become part of my daily inspo and routine.
  • cawl543
    Girl...let your guests talk.
    I used to be a huge fan of the Hollis podcast...The thing I struggle with now is there’s really great guest and topics but I find the host just steamrolls all the guest. We don’t get to learn from the guests...we just get to hear Rach project her opinions on to them. Needs to work on being an interviewer vs the center of every conversation. Would be a much better listen if there was more balance.
  • kgholli6
    Love Rachel!
    So honest and true! I am SO glad I found this podcast, EXACTLY what I need in 2021. Thank YOU Rachel for inspiring me! You're freakin' awesome!
  • SingLOUDPlayLOUD
    The Heart of the Matter
    I have to admit that there are many times that people have gushed over Rachel Hollis and Amy Porterfield as paradigm shifting agents and I wanted to view them that way, but despite listening to dozens of podcasts they each hosted, it wasn’t yet groundbreaking for me. Their episode on body image changed everything. And when I heard them say body image, I expected to hear the same ole crap about exercise, self care, drinking water, etc., but I am glad I kept listening. I suffer from body dysmorphia. I’ve been in therapy for many years and my disorder goes in and out of good seasons. But what I heard today changed me. The eyes through which I see myself is so extremely judgmental. I see flaws that aren’t even real. I know that’s the definition of body dysmorphia. But the reason I haven’t experienced freedom is because my mind was set in the wrong setting. The narrative was wrong because my self image was rooted in a past time and place, never in the moment and future. Something clicked when I heard the explanation given about this butt is the one that is united with my arms, eyes, chin and brain and everything else and is a part of all the good work I’m doing. How could I toss out the best parts of me physically, spiritually and accomplishment wise for some feelings that don’t match my potential? My imago dei. I’m not waiting for the belly, chin or thigh gap to match a fantasy. I’ll get my body healthy, but I will not tear myself down in the process. Thank you for this pivotal conversation.
  • vicdoug
    One of the best episodes. Amy and Rachel really nailed it.
  • Thebeach77
    After reading your narrow minded view and the shock value graphic you posted on Instagram. I am unsubscribing from your podcast. I can no long believe a word you say when it is so pathetically one sided.
  • jmclain1234
    I can’t even, so disappointing. 3%. Really this is the shade you will continue to give the guy who stood by you so you could claw your way to the top? Yeah I know the 3% story, that was years ago, time to move on. No thanks. You are not authentic. I could not get through the first chapter of your last book. All I see is a fake person starved for fame just like your lashes. How about you write a book on authenticity and forgiveness. Wait. I don’t think you know how to do either. Also, when you have guests on your podcast, we want to hear them. Not you continuing to validate yourself and talk over them. I think early on you really had something, go back and find that so you don’t spiral.
  • AlyTeague
    Thank you!
    Rachel, I’m someone that always tells myself I have to be the responsible one, always making the safe choice. Im the oldest of 7, the fixer of my siblings problems, with a deceased addict mother, and never approving father, single mother of a one year old, manager at the same small business for 8 years at the age of 26 currently, and might I say I needed your push more than ever! So many things that you said I felt you were speaking directly to me. I watched episode 93 and gee, God put that in my face for a reason. I’m going to celebrate the small victories and Enjoy the process of the goals that I have. Chasing others approval is the thing of the past because I don’t want to be the 80 year old looking back wondering why. Bless your soul for having this gift to speak the truth . - Aly
  • mkihgfrds
    To much advertisement
    The content is good but really annoying when an advertisement is embedded in the podcast every few minutes. I just stopped listening all together.
  • Jgillihan77
    Amazing wisdom
    This episode is an amazing wealth of wisdom. Many “wake up” moments such as “the opposite of depression is expression.” “What comes out of your body won’t make you ill, what stays inside will.” I’ve never heard it expressed like that. Great listen!
  • Greg&Amy
    Five stars
    Great podcast, worth a listen
  • Sunkiss421
    Listen from the BEGINNING
    I started to listen to this podcast FROM THE BEGINNING after reading her first two self-help books. I felt like she was unapologetically giving tough love. And she’s good at it. But I urge you to listen from the beginning and work your way backwards. The newer (2020) content is not as good, as she’s getting paid more and more agents are reaching out to her to have their celebrities on this podcast. But the HONEST, RAW information from when she was begging people to come on is there and it’s gooooood. I love hearing the stories of other women and even Rachel and her tough times when she was still making a couple mils (she’s worth 10x as much). I really, really enjoy this podcast. It’s got so much good info, sooo many good strategies, so many experiences from other entrepreneurs like her who didn’t always get it right. I listened to when it was called Dais and love the end questions (wish they would still do this). Listened to it change to Rise Podcast and now Rachel Hollis Podcast. It’s worth every second and I couldn’t imagine my life without the knowledge I’ve gotten. I’ve made so much progress in my personal life, physical, mental, and business. Grab a notebook! And give it a go!
  • glittermermaidprincess
    Life change. 😍
    I started reading “Girl, Stop Apologizing” and since then I have been fired up. I listen to Rachel Hollis’s podcast at LEAST once or twice a day. I am telling everyone I can about Rachel and I am ALL IN. So ready for my next season of life and in my new business. I’m waking up early and feeling amazing. 🤩 Thank you so much, Rachel!!!
  • Jakub[SOP]
    Great conversations
    Great podcast! This podcast will help you find purpose and joy in your career and lives. I enjoyed the episode with Gretchen Rubin where she shared tips on finding happiness.
  • Blah blah 12345
    Way too many commercials
    I love your message but wow it’s a lot of adds now.
  • MB584
    Love; Hate- Too many ads!
    I absolutely ADORE Rachel and all her positivity- she is truly one who throws it all out there about life especially when it’s super messy! I do enjoy the Podcast, but there are honestly way TOO many ads. I’d rather donate like others offer cause the ads just take up way too much time and are a huge distraction. Thanks for the encouragement! You are an AMAZING woman!
  • Me (the real o-g)
    Podcaster that rips off other people’s material & work.
    I have to wonder if Rachel has ever populated an original thought or if she’s too busy stealing other peoples work.
  • lynette x
    Stop bragging about being a “liberal” and speaking as if being a conservative is a bad thing. Educate yourself...One can be a social conservative, a fiscal conservative or both. Not everyone who has conservative views are like the people in the church you grew up in. You sound extremely judgmental and seem to have a holier than thou attitude. Try understanding and acceptance of others with different views than your own. After all, isn’t that part of what being a “liberal”supposedly stands for...
  • PRNerd
    So many ads!!
    I adore Rachel Hollis, but GIRL! So many ads!! I’d rather give to your show on Patreon and avoid the multiple interruptions to your interviews from the ads!
  • Marlis7
    Calling someone DUMB?? For joining an MLM really??
    I even have Rachel Hollis books but when I saw that sentence in her book Didn’t see that coming... 👎🏻 so disrespectful for a community that supported her so much .
  • Cgdgujoogefioppogrwcu
    Grit or Arrogance?
    I’ve always appreciated how feisty she is. She has grit that has gotten her through a lot however she sounds more and more arrogant as the years go by. She screams at us to do things her way. No mercy or compassion or grace. Just arrogant and talks a lot about herself. Not trying to hurt you, Rachel. Maybe you’re just overcompensating for fear or hurt but it’s just been disappointing. 💔
  • Ing M
    Too many ads to early into the episode
    13 minutes into the how to get unstuck episode and all i heard was ads, and info about herself and her businesses... I understand ads are important but sprinkle them in more subtly, further into the episode after you’ve given your listeners something valuable (aka what they are listening to the episode for...)
  • Dbressy23
    Same story every time..
    Nothing changes she will tell you the same few lines over and over and spin it as something new.. all while taking others words and using them as her own..
  • galkal
  • sunshine worker
    How can you end your marriage and not even address what happened? You NEED to come clean girl. You blindsided so many people who were struggling and simply shoved it under the rug! You said that anything is possible if you are willing to work on it. Why wouldn’t you stay in your marriage and continue to work on it? Why are you so afraid to be vulnerable? Why don’t you practice what you preach? These are the question WE (the people that gave our money to you) deserve answers to. But we will never get them as long as you insist on being a pillar of pride. Change needs to start with humility and you have zero. You are a self-centered arrogant fraud and it’s obvious that you are only in this for yourself, what makes you feel good, and what benefits you. It’s a horrible example for those watching. Don’t waste your time listening to this fake person. She is a wolf in sheep’s clothing. If I could do 0 stars I would.
  • NatBrown24
    Thank you
    Just listened to “Didnt See That Coming”. With tears in my eyes I scream THANK YOU! your work is amazing and this book was what I needed at this moment in my life.
  • Mrs.Lundstrom
    Not a fan!
    Not a fan! She is always talking about herself and how amazing she is.
  • Jill Clayville
    Really?? 3% ?
    Other the past several years I have been a consumer of your Instagram posts/lives, you community challenges, and your podcasts. I especially loved Rise Together podcast because it encompassed much about your relationships with your husband and others in your life (which is the #1 thing that matters to me). Imagine my surprise when I opened my podcast app to see a new logo in the corner of your album art and the name of your production company updated to— 3% chance. Really? From a couple who talked endlessly and preached the importance of giving others grace and extending forgiveness, I find this extremely disappointing. I am a firm believer that no one knows what goes on in a relationship other than the two people in the relationship, but this is like screaming and spewing spite through a bullhorn. Truly, Disappointed.
  • mmaben
    Gm a
    Seen you on GMA.. what a great inspiration you are to people ❤️❤️
  • jillianne85
    You can heal episodes 163
    Seriously so incredibly beautiful and powerful to hear such beautiful truths from such a treasure of a woman that obviously has crazy amounts of wisdom and life experience! ❤️😭Thank you for this guest!
  • Jessica Sue Hart
    I can’t thank you enough for being so incredibly honest and raw about being in your dark place. I also “didn’t see it coming” as I am going thru a divorce after 11 years of marriage during this pandemic. Everything you expressed and felt is exactly how I felt and feel even still. My whole world was ripped out from under me. I am 49 and was a stepmom of two boys. I have no children of my own..mourning the loss of my family has been so hard and heartbreaking. Your episode on 7 steps to do when in a dark place has given me so much hope and inspiration. Your words resonated with me so much. I know the “low” I am feeling now is temporary. Life is Beautiful, Life is Hard..and we must carry on! Love & Light , Jessica Sue
  • Carrie Daniel
    Because my life isn’t picture perfect, I am okay with Rachel’s, not being either. She has a lot to say and she is really good at keeping me motivated. Despite imperfections, she’s a talented light.
  • Homeschool Manager
    3 percent chance
    Using that tag says it is like you are trying to shame your husband. And it is ego-driven.
    Beyond Disappointed
    I was a huge fan of Rachel’s for a very long time. I bought her books, listened to her podcasts, raved about her to friends...and then even before her divorce, I sensed that her “schtick” was more about money than anything else. Then when the divorce came, I was so saddened by her lack of honesty, authenticity, genuineness...the traits she has been “teaching” us for the last few years. Rachel..I am no longer a fan. I will not buy your books, I will not listen to your podcasts. You cannot dupe me anymore. I hope you can return to the values that you espoused early on and not fall for the trap of stardom.
  • Heather Elena R
    Sing it Sister
    Ok, this might be an odd review but here goes. I’m not an avid, avid over the top fan but I listen and I have my own business and generally feel there is good value and I have come to enjoy listening. I just came to check out the latest podcast because I have been listening more and have really have related to the content, especially during COVID and ALL the stress that has come with it. I’m also a first time Mom so it’s been a crazy time, especially with a 3 month old. Listening helps me feel better and calms my anxiety, which is no small feat these days. But I digress. Like I said, I came on to listen to the latest podcast and I hit something and I saw the reviews. And all I can I say is, WOW! SHAME ON YOU LADIES! SHAME ON YOU ALL! Avid listeners, self proclaimed fans for years and years and the hatred and vitriol that you are spewing is so hurtful and quite frankly distinguishing, I feel compelled to respond. Rachel Hollis certainly doesn’t need me to stand up for her but I hope you ladies take a good long look in the mirror. I just hope that you ladies never deal with a real life, personal problem because clearly you do not have the capability, maturity, or grace, to handle it. Thank you Rachel Hollis for providing quality content, free of charge I might add, with helpful tools to help me run my business and reflect personally. I praise you for showing up on your best days, your worst days and every day in between. I will be pre-ordering your book today because while everything might not always be my cup of tea, I am happy to support you and grateful for the information you share. Keep on, keeping on and thank you for providing your perspective as a strong, successful, honest woman and entrepreneur. Sing it sister!
  • counselor kristen
    Self help is great, I am all about it. BUT.... I have to reinforce one major fact...Rachel Hollis is not a trained mental health professional. I feel it is important to remind women that this podcast, her content, her books are not a supplement for therapy. Drinking water is great (everyone needs to be hydrated), moving your body is helpful, BUT she is outside of her scope to generalize her experience to women without training. It takes a Masters degree and then on average TWO YEARS of supervision to have a license to practice counseling. Life experience is not the same. If you are struggling with trauma, anxiety, depression, or any other mental health concern, Rachel Hollis is not trained as a mental health professional. I feel strongly that her speaking on topics like “neuroplasticity” & “cognitive behavioral techniques” are way outside of her scope. It’s borderline unethical and she should preface EVERY podcast, book, etc with the fact she has ZERO professional training in the mental health profession. It’s not okay to monetize on woman's desperation when she has ZERO training. Read her books, listen to the podcast, but by all means, seek help from a licensed professional. Rachel is not equipped or educated in a way to protect people and abide by the American Counseling Associations Code of Ethics. She has no professional standards because she is not one. Be careful. Seek a trained therapist.
  • Chick from Miami
    Tuesday is my favorite day cause new podcasts load
    Reading other reviews, it’s clear people are projecting their own views versus evaluating content Rachel is not the first podcaster to get a divorce. Both Dave and her have been very open with issues they have had I find the content over past 2 months very informative Very excited with the new road Rachel is taking this podcast and I will be a weekly listener
    No real substance
    Utter crap. Geared toward women with no direction. Lacks any real substance. Meaningless content for "basic" women looking for enlightenment. Maybe it will help some of them, but this is definitely not for the experienced and educated podcast listener. I'm FLOORED that this is currently within the top 10 iTunes Podcast rankings. Must be a lot of people out there looking for this sort of meaningless drivel in their lives.
  • Ctapia93
    Love the topics
    Still love this podcast, love the topics and different people she’s interviewing
  • Jameson8888
    3%, Rachel Hollis show, whatever...
    As an avid listener since 2018, Rachel’s worsening condescending tone is not the kind of inspiration I want. Her and this podcast are very disappointing. One less listener, whether you care or not.
  • NeedToEdit
    GREEDY - NOT authentic - WATCH OUT
    I used to look up to this woman, and then I found out everything she preached was a LIE. She claims we all need to improve and own up to our mistakes, yet, she’s hiding from her mistake about lying to everyone about her “perfect” marriage. If she had been honest, I’d still follow her the same way. Everything is smoke and mirrors I guess. I also know so SO SO many wonderful women who have self esteem problems who listened to Rachel, and kept chasing the dream of being better and improving, but Rachel makes you feel belittled because you can’t do it all like her. Rachel, make a statement, follow your own advice and own up to this.
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