26 episodes

Work in Progress with Sophia Bush features frank, funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with people who inspire Sophia about how they’ve gotten to where they are, and where they think they’re still going. These discussions stem from her "aha" moment of realizing you are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.

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Work in Progress with Sophia Bush features frank, funny, personal, professional, and sometimes even political conversations with people who inspire Sophia about how they’ve gotten to where they are, and where they think they’re still going. These discussions stem from her "aha" moment of realizing you are allowed to be both a masterpiece and a work in progress, simultaneously.

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4.6 out of 5
1.7K Ratings

1.7K Ratings

Fin Nickole ,

Social Justice Warrior

Sophia is a social justice warrior and I appreciate her existence so much!

dventura1 ,

Must listen!

I am absolutely obsessed with this podcast right now. I listen to it getting ready in the morning, on my way to work, during my lunch break, on the way home. Before bed even. Like I said, obsessed. Not only am I enjoying the inspirational stories and quotes, but I'm also learning SO much - about today's important topics and honestly, myself. I also really appreciate the homework Sophia does prior to each podcast. I've seen many interviews in the past where I'll be watching and thinking to myself, "does this person even have a single clue who they are talking to?" And it ruins the interview entirely. But I feel like Sophia knows each and every guest as if they were best friends and that amazes me. You can actually hear all the hard work she puts into this podcast. Also, her questions are legit perfect. Every single one is meaningful and carries on the conversation so well. I high recommend! Great job, Sophia!

AngieMaceMusic ,

9 Reasons Why Work in Progress is my Favorite Thing in the World

9 Reasons Why Work In Progress is my Favorite Thing in the World :

1. I find it so special the way it feels more like a true conversation between you and the guest more than an interview. We learn about the guest’s story as much as we learn about your thoughts and as you and the guest are learning from each other, we, listeners, learn from your realizations and I find this idea of a common place for learning so beautiful.

2. We get all the pretty quotes and deep inspiring talks we crave but we also get practical tools to explore, develop on our own and to apply to our own life which makes listening to the podcast li-te-ra-lly life-changing.

3. The way Sophia always brings out the human, childhood and struggle in every guest is so powerful because it made me realize that I was not THAT special for feeling things because no matter who we are, what we share on social media or how much we’ve succeeded, we ALL feel the same things and struggle with the same battles and it makes me feel more connected to the people around me, it makes me feel less alone.

4. Hearing the guests and you be so open, so real, so honest, and so vulnerable while sharing your emotions and stories allowed me to feel alright doing the same. It made me dig so deep into myself, and self reflect on my own personal traumas and so many realizations came to me. It helped me find wounds in me I didn’t even know existed and therefore the power to start to heal them. And little by little, podcast after podcast, i felt like the heaviness in my chest was getting lighter and lighter and like I was finally getting to know myself more.

5. It gave me a safe place to be vulnerable, to spend time with myself and for myself, a place to heal and learn. A moment to cut out all of the noise outside and inside and just breathe.

6. It introduced me to so many inspiring incredible humans, their story and their work. Incredible TV shows, documentaries and books. It made me reconnect with the curious child I used to be and made me eager to learn more about the world and keep on educating myself. It also gave me the permission to use my voice for the better. And was a reminder that I, too, had the power to act and speak up, take actions and help make a change in the world for the causes that are close to my heart.

7. These conversations have given me the confidence to believe in my own dreams, hearing how everyone’s path to where they are were all full of pitfalls and how it was not about how you fall but how you get back up and come out stronger from your failures. It reminded me to never settle and to follow the fear because the greatest accomplissements come out of it. And to trust the entire journey.

8. It is literally changing people lives. I booked my first therapy session after your talk with Miles Adcox, I had always been too scared and felt like other people had it worse and like i didn’t deserve it. A woman said she had lost faith in politics but found hope and would go vote again after listening to your podcast with Jav Favreau. A man who is giving Education After School Programs to help kids said he felt discouraged but your conversation with Karamo Brown reminded him why he was doing it all along. Never underestimate the impact Work in Progress already have had on so many souls.

9. Last but not least, Thank YOU Sophia, for giving yourself the permission to create Work in Progress and overcoming your fear of doing something you’ve always dreamed of doing and which was clearly meant for you. Thank YOU, for being selfless enough to introduce us to your great humans and mentors and inspirations and for giving us an entire new world of ideas and inspiring stories and perspectives and knowledge. Thank you for sharing these conversations, they’re intelligent, heartwarming, hopeful, thoughtful, smart—they’re making us closer to become the best happiest healthiest versions of ourselves and therefore allow us to be the life changers we all see in you alongside our new secret weapon : Work In Progress.

Angie.

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