7 Self-Improvement Podcasts by Caribbean Podcasters

7 self improvement podcasts on Caribbean Podcast Directory

These Caribbean podcasters don’t just tackle self-improvement, they educate and inspire you to be better through unique stories and perspectives that true Caribbean persons can relate to. 

‎Teach the Geek 

Join Neil Thompson, of Bajan heritage, on the Teach the Geek podcast as he addresses public speaking in the STEM profession. Through this podcast you’ll get tips to improve your public speaking, and also hear from other STEM professionals who saw the benefit of public speaking in their careers and the steps they took to improve.

Where to Start: 

In episode 159, Dr. Natalie Coleman joins the podcast. She is a STEM educator and founder of After the Peanut, an organization that provides professional development, curriculum, tutoring and engaging STEM programs for educators and students.

Shifting Perspectives  

Shifting Perspectives is a bi-weekly conversation with Yolande. Yolande, a Canadian of Caribbean descent, now calls the Turks and Caicos Islands home. This podcast challenges women to fuel themselves with diversity in the way they think, the way they work, the way they parent and the way they live.

Where to Start:

In Episode 44, Yolande chats with Kerry-Ann Reid-Brown. Kerry-Ann explains what it was like being one of the first Caribbean voices in the podcast industry. She also shared the importance of support systems and the power of understanding that there is more than a single story to success.


The Sooo…Podcast is a self-help, self-improvement, self-care show hosted by Elle, Em, Mel-J & Kenzie, four dynamic Canadian-Caribbean women with diverse experiences, different opinions & unique points-of-view ranging from the righteous to the ratchet. Learn from their honest takes on relationships, sex, life, work, mental health, well-being and parenting while they unpack old principles, learn from their mistakes and move forward with fresh viewpoints for a better and more fulfilled life!

Where to Start:

In this episode Elle, Em, Mel-J and Kenzie delve into the background of common idioms and get into an amusing conversation on the things they didn’t know as they play the game “I Was Today Years Old When.” They encourage listeners to always be ready to learn and cultivate curiosity. 

Oh Hell No 

The Oh Hell No Podcast where listeners hear from everyday people who are leaving their mark on the world doing what they love. It’s hosted by Keisha Nicole Bent of Jamaican heritage.

Where to Start:

In Episode 202, Keisha Nicole sits down with psychologist Timothy K. Yen to discuss his passion for helping people solve problems, no matter how difficult and his book on this topic.

The Perspective Matters 

Join Shakira Moore, a Jamaican story teller, as she shares anecdotes, poems and proverbs that will inform, inspire and encourage you to think differently and live boldly while on your personal development journey. If you want a mental and spiritual pick me up, The Perspective Matters is the podcast for you. 

Where to Start:

In season 3 episode 10, Shakira explores why we have ambitions and where the desire to achieve comes from. She also encourages listeners to pause, take a moment for yourself and find value in just being you. 

The Trust Fall

The Trust Fall Podcast, hosted by Haitian Nathalie JB, focuses on choosing to deliberately trust the process of life. Walking through a series of events called “That’s life”, this podcast will discuss obstacles, goals, and “aha” moments by digging into vulnerabilities. 

Where to Start:

In the episode “Release: Trauma”, the first of a three part series, Nathalie introduces the subject of releasing as a healing method. She explores how trauma can impact our lives and why we need to release it.

KORE’M Podcast

KORE’M Podcast is a platform that aims to empower, educate, motivate and inspire young Haitian millennials all throughout the world to press towards their version of success. Hosts Luther Estyl and Mac G. Jean create a platform for equipped and knowledgeable individuals in the community to share their journey, hacks to thriving and greatest lessons learned in creole.

Where to Start:

In season 2, episode 9, Luther and Mac sit down with Sandra Florvella and travel through her business journey, personal struggles and life lessons. She also shares her perspective on how Haitian businesses can expand, the opportunities that exist and the mistakes to avoid when starting business. 

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