Michelle Obama to launch a podcast with tips for self-improvement

The podcast will be available on the Audible platform on March 7

After selling thousands of copies around the world of her book “The light we carry” and touring stages in several American cities to present it, the former first lady of the United States, Michelle Obama, will now launch a podcast with her vital tips for self-improvement.

“Michelle Obama: The Light Podcast” will be the title of the show on the Audible platform, a podcast that will go “beyond the book”, with Obama and his friends sharing personal stories and points of view never before told.

It will premiere on March 7th and the episodes will be released weekly.

How to build meaningful relationships; issues related to race, gender and visibility; the habits and principles they have used to successfully adapt to change and overcome obstacles; and the importance of illuminating for others to reveal richness and potential are some of the topics that will be covered.

“As always, Michelle Obama brings her trademark humor, candor and compassion as she discusses her tools for living in today’s world with more luminaries like Gayle King, Hoda Kotb, David Letterman and others,” Audible said in a statement.

Michelle Obama: revelations of a First Lady

Last November, “The light we carry” (Penguin Random House) went on sale, a kind of self-help manual and advice inspired by her life as “mother, daughter, spouse, friend and first lady”, says the book .

In it, the former first lady of the United States reveals the habits and principles that she has developed to successfully adapt to change and overcome various obstacles under the premise that “who knows his light, knows himself.”

“Experience has taught me that this kind of self-awareness builds self-confidence, which in turn builds poise and the ability to maintain perspective, ultimately leading to meaningful connections with others,” he writes. Obama in a fragment of the book.

“The Light We Carry” was Obama’s second book and followed the huge international success of his autobiography “Becoming.”