8 episodes

Eating healthier, exercising, setting boundaries, managing your money, recovering from addiction, healing from trauma, eliminating toxic relationships...we all have a thing we've been working on, but despite our best intentions, we just can't make it stick. This new podcast from Melissa Hartwig Urban, Whole30 co-founder and #1 New York Times best-selling author, explores what’s been missing every time you’ve tried to do the thing, so you can finally change the pattern and level up for good.

Do The Thing, with Whole30's Melissa Urban Melissa Urban

    • Health
    • 4.7, 478 Ratings

Eating healthier, exercising, setting boundaries, managing your money, recovering from addiction, healing from trauma, eliminating toxic relationships...we all have a thing we've been working on, but despite our best intentions, we just can't make it stick. This new podcast from Melissa Hartwig Urban, Whole30 co-founder and #1 New York Times best-selling author, explores what’s been missing every time you’ve tried to do the thing, so you can finally change the pattern and level up for good.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
478 Ratings

478 Ratings

Schulzieschulz ,

Excellent message!

It’s truly wonderful that you breach and dig deep in the help and support of a partner with depression. I have gratitude for both of you! Thank you

G11171000 ,

Left me wanting

My only complaint thus far is that Melissa’s interviewing technique isn't super effective; I’m not getting as much info from the guests as I would like. Specifically on the episode with Brandon- I was hoping to hear more about him and his story, but the majority of the time Melissa was not asking questions so much as stating things she already knew: “and that made you feel this way and in turn resulted in this” and then Brandon would agree. This resulted in more talking from Melissa and less listening. As someone who is hearing these people’s stories for the first time, I would love some really great questions in the future that open the floodgates for an in-depth answer from the person being interviewed. Especially since the episodes are so short. Which also brings up the topic of ads— with such short episodes I would love to hear less ads. I truly like where this is going, but I would really love to see longer episodes or maximized time.

jelaharo ,

Tackling the hard things

I'm an avid podcast listener and often find shows to listen to in the car, at the grocery store, working at my desk, etc. I appreciate Melissa Urban's dedication to having hard, and sometimes awkward, conversations. I enjoy listening to the show and hearing that I'm not alone, that I can do the thing, or hearing a new perspective that encourages me to be a better listener to those in my real life. Thanks MHU!

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