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"arianna" Discussed on Business Casual
"Cpo to reflect on this conversation with Arianna we recorded this conversation on linked in. And we're using just a snippet so if you WANNA see the full conversation go check out our Texas linked into here it. All and curious why. We think that we're having this conversation now. Why is today's leader? So under the microscope I think two reasons. One leadership is most assessed and most analyzed hard decisions have to be made and the second is social media you know. The first is the context that exists gets people interested and actively thinking about how are people leading their companies. And are they doing so in a way? That is tactful. In a way that is right by their people so I think the pandemic created that context because of the economic implications Because of the stay at home policies simply context is created by where. It's not like one sector or one group of leaders are going through challenging times. It's you know all of them are is ubiquitous after be making hard decisions as Lee right now and so I think that is just you know a narrative that everyone focused on the second is because it's a narrative that's focused on oftentimes when people are discussing these things or sharing their opinions or perspectives. On how leaders are leading they take social media social media gave people the megaphone the platform to get in front of you know theoretically billions of people on planet earth who have access to social media as well and so. I think it's this combination of context and megaphone that has made it so prevalent And I think this is the type of environment where leaders are made or leaders are proven and also. It is the best barometer for how much you actually give about your people. Because I think it's very easy for leaders who don't give a shit about their people to make easy decision from a business perspective normally hard decision from a people perspective but they decide to basically pick the business. I over there people and I think not only. Is that an immoral unethical. Because you should really care about the people you want to surround yourself with but also from a business perspective. It's not a smart thing because your people are Your Business and spoken to a couple of founders. In the past couple of weeks who have been really transparent and open and honest about their own experiences and a lot of them will use the more diplomatic terms of working with a smaller team today than they had a couple of weeks ago but basically furloughing or or laying people off and to hear the emotion in that decision. I think is is really opened. My eyes a lot to the experience of being a leader being someone who manages a lot of people It's it's a very difficult decision for so many of these people I spoke to make. I just did an episode about restaurants and that's been one of the hardest hit industries and so many people who work in restaurants come from communities. That aren't as fortunate as say you know finance type communities so trying to think about candidate unemployment. How do I think about making sure I get them back when I can reopen? It's it's very difficult decision to make. I think I I think the most challenging times the Times where resources are constrained where you're picking. The lesser of of two evils with decisions is the time when people grow mentally like their mental maturity. Grows faster than ever before. I think this is kind of like the perfect storm where people are going to become better leaders and more mentally mature irrespective of their age because of the context. We're living right now. Yeah absolutely also Alex. I'm curious what you think about. Arianna comments on her time being on Uber's board and the Burnell Culture at the company. So yeah I think there's one aspect which is like culture driven burnout And then I think they're self driven burnt out. I think there are people who are just naturally pre-programmed to drive themselves because they are perfectionist. And they they take such pride in the work they do that because of the active and obsessive way their mind works they will drive themselves to burn out. I think the culture to burn out is obviously the the the the more detrimental one because it has a larger impact on more people intrinsically driven burnout is at least silo to the person and so I think that the most important thing is it all comes down to doing the right thing from the top and so you know this is something that even in our senior leadership meeting we're talking about is what are the things that we as senior leaders can be doing to show that it is important to recharge and reset and not just to show that it is important to show that is acceptable? Like going back to the. You're saying of feeling like you're in a context. You're not being judged is so important and so you know for example. When I worked in finance what I noticed was we were given two weeks of vacation but no one in their first year took those two weeks because there were just kind of this understood or expected judgment that occur from taking all of your vacation days And so I think what it comes down to as leaders one knowing in your culture they are not driving people into the ground but also knowing that you are taking specific actions as a senior leader to basically give people the permission to notes. Okay 'cause even when you say something people still may believe that. There's like this hidden narrative that isn't that just doesn't sit on the surface and they create their own stories about whether something is right or wrong and so I think the way that you avoid people creating their own stories by actually doing what you say you're GonNa do not just telling people to do something right And it almost makes me wonder you know the concept of face time that you're not going to get a promotion unless you're face to face in front of your boss is really prevalent in finance. A lot of my friends from college went through the first couple of years out of school if you weren't working until two. Am You weren't working at all Anything that maybe we can. We can take some positives away from this experience and know that as long as your work is getting done. doesn't necessarily take your boss seeing you sitting at your desk It's it's more so that you're doing good work and putting good workout there or a Alex so I also WanNa talk about this idea. That Arianna brought up that some people value what their company says over what the government might be telling them. Yeah I mean I think I think that statement you know as potentially sat as it is makes complete sense because I think as I as I reflect on what I believe makes. People Trust others whether be Relationships whether it be family members whether it be companies at the end of the day any form this is all relationship right. It's your relation to relationship to country your relationship to accompany your relationship to a significant other. I like it all comes down to again a level of trust but why what creates this stronger sense of trust or this less strong level of trust. I think one is intention knowing. Someone's intention I think it is when you spend face to face time talking to the person that you have. The relationship with understanding. Their true intentions is a lot easier. Like just you know very simply it is it is way. I find a way harder to understand the true intentions of a government in any context. Because you just there are so many more moving parts you are not interfacing directly with government And so it requires a almost a higher level of a larger amount of just kind of like naive. Trust because you don't truly know the intentions. The second is a symmetric information. The more information you have about someone the more information that has been given to you. I think we as people are story making machines. When we don't know information about everything we are creating stories in our head about what certain things mean and so. I think in any relationship. Obviously the reason communication is so important. Is it gives you one a better sense of intentions and it gives you a better. It gives you less asymmetric information. More shared information so that again you can have more trust and this is why communication accompany is so important because the more information you have for me as a CO founder about what our strategy is how KOVAS IMPACTING US. Hauer strategy changed our thoughts on culture and values. The less you leave it to guesswork and create your own stories around what we're trying to do and so that that's kind of my thought. Yeah I mean I agree I think especially important today with everything going on With Kobe did you know when we started working from home? There was no expiration date on one end and I think people are innately curious about what comes next for their day to day life and we spend what seventy eighty percent of our waking hours working in some cases we wanNA know what's coming next and that information is valuable so reducing the amount of asymmetric information that you alluded to I think is priority number one for a lot of people in a lot of leaders awesome? Well Kinsey thanks for for joining. The Lincoln Live always great having conversation with you and and really enjoy digging into some of the insights that these incredible gifts that we get access to provide us. Yeah absolutely and gang you again. Alex so much for joining me and for doing this. I really appreciate it. I love talking to people and getting to know them and understanding what makes them tick and learning from those conversations. If you also like all of those things you absolutely have to check out our dear friend. Paulina Mironova novas newsletter profile. Paulina what do you want to tell everybody about what you're doing with the profile thinks? Kinsey so I'm pulling and I'm the writer of the profile. It features the best. Long form profiles unsuccessful people in companies..
Ariana Grande Debuts Her Real-Estate Agent Boyfriend to the World
"Arianna Grande's confirming a new relationship in this is in her stuck with you music video and as she made her relationship public by appearing with her new boyfriend Dalton Gomez in this music video for her song with Justin Bieber and the video is filled with short clips of couples friends family dancing and singing along to the song while in quarantine you can also see Justin Bieber spending time with his wife Hailey Baldwin as well as Arianna Grande snuggling up to her dogs and a glass of wine and lots of celebrity cameos in this video Kendall and Kylie Jenner Gwyneth Paltrow and Brad Falchuk demi Lovato Ashton Kutcher with me like nest they're all making cameos Jana Grande is no longer alone in the final moments she seen kissing and hugging and dancing with a mystery man wearing a hoodie which to me seems creepy who is then revealed to be Dalton
Lady Gaga sets May 29 release date for 6th album
"Coronavirus is not stopping lady Gaga's new album from coming out we got a guy sitting in new date her sixth album chromatic we'll be out may twenty ninth the originally scheduled for release last month it was delayed because the culminating pandemic promedica will feature collaborations with Arianna Grande Elton John and more it's been four years since Gaga's last album two thousand sixteens
Just dance: Lady Gaga sets May 29 release date for 6th album
"Lady Gaga has announced a new release date for her chromatic a album Margie's are loaded with the latest Gramatica was supposed to come out April tenth but was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic it now will be released may twenty ninth includes collaborations with Elton John Arianna Grande and the K. pop group black pink it will come out digitally and on CD as well as on vinyl and cassette in various colors
Just dance: Lady Gaga sets May 29 release date for 6th album
"Gramatica was supposed to come out April tenth but was delayed because of the corona virus pandemic it now will be released may twenty ninth includes collaborations with Elton John Arianna Grande and the K. pop group black pink it will come out digitally and on CD as well as on vinyl and cassette in various colors I'm marquees are let us
"You've got shared lady Gaga. Britney Spears Arianna they're all gay icons albeit very straight away ladies and I wanted to know who is the next straight white lady GAY ICON SO I deep coma from Thomas. Who's my pop culture expert? He's in the know to find out who that gay icon could be. Oh Yeah it's too early to label duleep. I mean she's fine. I guess she is a Grammy Award. Winning best new artist. Thank you know why I'm hype and so much but I mean my clear pop icon will forever be. Gino is all right next question number four. There's this stereotype that has long permeated lesbian culture. And it's that Lesbians Love Cameo in fact auto straddle did a survey about it and found that lesbians are more likely to own cats than any other group of People. I wouldn't know as I myself am a dog bisexual so I hit up Dr Rachel Cordesman. Visiting professor in women's Gender and Sexuality Studies at Wake Forest University. She curated an exhibition all about lesbians in cats by Harry. Cats have a lot of associations with southern entity and often kind of dangerous or deviant forms of feminine any so because of Lake Association so cats switches association so flake cats even with like pejorative terms for China after the nineteen seventies the sort of a defiant reclamation of cats with an different lesbians cultures lesbian feminist for reclaiming hats and now furthering this educational moment our final coup weary question number. Five is a question that I talk to. You Parker. Yes and thank you for making my next family. Thanksgiving more awkward. You're welcome you told me. Queer people love soup and you wanted to know why in so I went and asked my sweet sweet. Got Sister The undercut champion Baltimore. Why Queer people are so obsessed with soup she would. She said Parker. That's what I thought. I know. That's not a thing. Okay first of all you're making. It seem like us. Queers put soup on a pedestal. I'm just saying that UH squares like to eat some soup. I'm always being invited to sue cooking. Parties Soup potlucks. Even soup exchanges. But I mean everyone loves soup. It's delicious and it's cheap. But then I talked to my friend Kiana and Shalit's me and passionate messages like this. Why do I like soup so much? Let me tell you. Even though they look so easy and simple they could take hours almost like you know romancing a lesbian the seasonally simple but in actuality extremely hard true true but also Parker. I have a confession. I actually don't like soup what I don't like. It would have been good information to know about weeks ago. Well it still even though I don't like soup is still something I was curious about. And it's still something that holds up. I'm just a special anomaly. Okay versus So it's not a thing you have in previous Leslie. I coming up one more investigation from and it is a doozy Nancy. We'll be right back. No one is carrying soup around
"arianna" Discussed on WEEI
"Arianna's everybody down like trees everywhere it doesn't matter if it's out there now morning we Ralph Cossa because wool for roku stick copes with Scott Burrell weekdays from four PM to six PM eastern Jacksonville up and moved to London are we going to be scrambling to get Jacksonville and then from the not at all your chance you blew it yeah I had your chance not our problem San Diego no one is trying to figure out a way to get the team back in San Diego until they have an NFL stadium that's right standing with Oakland yep standing with Oakland to take although the raiders moved back in ten years Hey I have figured out wake up call with Tony V. of Ron Culver weekday mornings I would say this too if you're gonna do that paid many challenge do it after the Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson Tom Brady right right now you leave behind the scenes view of like okay what's what's tiger really I'll tell you what my tiger does not shut up the whole time we were flying tiger could not stop talking hold on I think I've done a lot of time to talk that would be great yeah only in the bathroom bill does walk around flexing all the time brings his nobody will fill the bill thank you got that information but what I like Phil but I don't feel as much as Phil likes bill you know what I mean I had my fill of fill it for L. Fauria but that that would be great if you that's worth more than half a million dollar easily easily wake up call with Tony V. you have run Culver weekday mornings wake up call never did karaoke in the days I used to used to mask the night because I just like to sing that song I think it's a business model in the shower in the car yeah when you're Frank Sinatra that's right of course that's when you bring some action here in the shower drive around funny true facts the other thing that happens in the shower you win one hundred percent of the arguments survey fifteen point wake up call with Tony P. F. Ron Culver weekday mornings and seven merger stadium during surplus in the odds what are you hearing from athletic directors in in coaches about their preparations for what may or may not happen coming up this fall actors I mean they've got a number of contingency plans whether that starts in late August is scheduled for may you get pushed back to the strangely enough to play football does not need to bring back forty thousand students on campus college football but I do think it's very unrealistic that all of these major university president will feel confident enough to say you know what to all of our students all over the world it's now safe to come back on the campus and take the fall classes but make no mistake they will find out some way to get this even daunting which could make the semi finals from the Rose Bowl and Sugar Bowl and the national title game for Miami going on maybe as late as the Memorial Day pushing the odds with math for all weekday afternoons from one to four eastern on SB nation radio game time is what everybody you can join me in a range of red cab stored weekdays at six eastern no hearings no problem the countdown is.
BTS Wins Favorite Music Group At 2020 Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards
"Boy band BTS was the big winner at last night's kids choice awards the annual awards show on Nickelodeon was held remotely this year because of the pandemic with winners appearing through video conferencing BTS won for best music group Shawn Mendez won for best male artist and Arianna Grande won for best female
Oprah talks COVID-19, Ariana Grande & More Join Disney Family Singalong
"A special presentation of Oprah Winfrey's new series Oprah talks Kobe nineteen premieres tonight on own the episode focuses on the deadly impact coronaviruses having on black America Arianna Grande demi Lovato and Michael Blay are just a few of the stars coming together at home for Disney's family sing along the one hour event hosted by Ryan Seacrest here Thursday night on ABC
Kids' Choice Awards bringing stars, slime from isolation
"To a Nickelodeon only going to go ahead with the kids choice awards making it the first remotely produced a major award show takes place amid the situation if you will the annual awards have a slightly amended title this year Nickelodeon Nickelodeon Nickelodeon kids choice awards twenty twenty celebrate together you're going to hear the second of may which would be this Sunday right Saturday seven they were initially scheduled to be on the air March twenty second Victoria justice is going to host to Victoria justice please she's a huge Nickelodeon star she was on a show called victorious admits this that show is actually where Arianna Grande got her start in a bunch of other stars yeah okay so during the show Nickelodeon is going to present a million dollar donation to No kid hungry for people affected by the pandemic and yes said Nick is promising there will be slime slime answer among those scheduled to appear on kids choice awards brain the rock area on a grand days singing behind this year Kristen bell and Josh gad comedian the banjo Millie Bobby brown Ellen DeGeneres boys a lot of good on her and noticed lots of people says it'll mean lately yeah that way I always try to do something about her body the only thing I've read is that the staff didn't like the way the show was shut down but I haven't really there was a guest who was like an Instagram influencer got it and it like Ellen was her I guess her idol and so she was all upset that she was treated poorly and nothing started it and then everybody else like
The Pathway of Surrender
"Everyone this is Chad. I'm CEO MISSION DOT ORG host of mission daily. I'm happy to be with you this Friday. It is an awesome day here. Been getting out. I don't know why I'm on a running kick lately. I like it. It's working well for me and I want to know what you're up to. Are you getting your exercise in in quarantine or Yoga? Kick Arianna free movement kick. What are you up to? How are you staying mobile? And you gotta get ready for this. Summer's coming and so is the end of corn tea. It's coming by Phil Long. Way Off but the numbers are out there. Things are getting better and it's important to remember to look for that good news. When you look for it you will find it. We talked about that coalition of states on the East Coast the West Coast. They'RE OPENING UP AND PEOPLE MIGHT BE QUIBBLING. They might be arguing about the specifics in the timelines and everything. But it's going to happen and when it does it's important that all of us do our part to be as healthy as possible more healthy. We are blessed of risk that we're going to transmit this that we're gonNA spread it so whether that's taking lycene taking some zinc magnesium fish oil running whatever it is just it happen because that golden age isn't GonNa Com unless we create it so today's episode. I WANNA talk about letting go and I WANNA talk about letting go of. What's not So if you're the type of person to listen to this podcast than your type of person. That is smart your type of person. Who is considerate thoughtful and is really looking for a way to not get an edge in the world but to see the world right to see the world as it actually is and to see yourself as you actually are and the concept of letting go is an interesting ones who explore. There's a great book that David R Hawkins wrote called letting go the pathway of surrender. Many of you might remember that name. David Hawkins he's the author of power versus force kind of a book. That's reemerged in recent years about power force and how one trumps the other and you might hear different artists Kanye recently brought it up. And there's a lot of different artists who have cited this book and you can tell. It's a great book because of the criticism it gets from mainstream psychology. And you
Ariana Reines: A Sand Book
"Tell me why four hundred pages. Why is a sand book longer than any new book of poetry that I know? Well I love big books and I love books that go beyond themselves and I always want something that will stay with me and our experience now happens in so many different registers and in so many different worlds incommensurate worlds and I guess I wanted to make something that would bear witness to that. I think you want to take your reader by Connor. Scruff of the neck back of the head. The way you'd pick up a very little kitten and say have a full experience come everywhere with me. Be SHOCKED BE HORRIFIED. Be filled with joy. Go through the gamut of everything we can do together and I will risk it. I will risk if you will come with me. The chorus of this book is sobbing whenever you are truly moved. You're on the verge of psalms and you manage. She's nodding her head. I'm not making this up and you manage to make me Saab or want to solve too but I thought you might all get a kick out of hearing upon Bohemian rhapsody because there was recently a queen movie. Here's what we mean rhapsody Bohemian rhapsody. The past was a thing a sucker to melt in the mouth history. A brand hovering over the event a person the moist place into which a thing investigated dissolved into poison into food into waste. My stranger whose face all recognize long long after. I'm gone from here. This sucker is ancient still in. Its rapper dried. Diane Are Bisque Candy. A feeling like history. Oh America Oh twentieth century I can still taste you. I can still taste your waist in my own. Unspent potential I would have tweeted these things but my computer was broken so down it went out my white Penn down the vein of my right arm beneath which my innate vibrates on the seat of the train change in pockets. Cleanest of all mornings to awaken from such antiquated dreams global warming. They said but it was called climate change now morning of unutterable brilliant see light PA mated with all the false summers of all the cosmetics in all the Sephora 's but beautiful but beautiful she said and like the blonde Palestinian stripper. Whose voice with that early twenties to loudness of the wounded and assertive and tender revealed. Something of the permanence of her promise to her own disatisfaction praise praise her rage. Oh Baldwin the beauty of your characters. Commitment to loving in their own way no matter how difficult -ly their own ways unfurl no matter how loan lily they never suffer without your compassion and so the world suffers with ours. I love that ending. I mean it's killer. Baldwin makes appearances and several of these poems occurs in the interim between Whitman and Arianna rhines. Baldwin is an all prophetic figure? Opening up the impossible to speak of situation and saying but we must we must speak of it. I also love this lollipop that Stan rbis candied so old. You can just see the Diane rbis photograph of something to agree to not be beautiful and I wanted to ask. Why Bohemian Rhapsody? Well I do love that song. Wayne's world was my first tape that I ever bought and it you know really resurrected that song for my generation but One of the things that is in Baldwin's novels is also a story of Bohemia you know and And that blonde Palestinian stripper. Whose incredible who you know who? I met in a friend's basement apartment just the way that we do. I was just thinking about how we bear witness to our lives. You know and And I and the
Demi Lovato Spills Tea on Friendship With Selena Gomez
"Abbado is spilling the T. On her celebrity friends who okay Demi is on the cover of Harper's bizarre and she talks about is the main issue as she talks about. She's no longer friends with Selena Gomez she does say that she loves the supportive friendship that she shares with Ariana Guerande. Let's start with the start with this. Okay so she says to women who are in competitive industry. The whole world seems that they wanted women against each other. So it'd be so easy to do that so she loves that Arianna in her. Have this great friendship. And there's not any kind of competition there as she talks about how she really really valued finding good girlfriends industry because she has such a hard time doing that Do you think it's hard to find friends within the same industry your end? I think it depends on how young you are. When you get into the industry I think a lot of times when girls come up together in any industry at some point the level of immaturity in the things that you go through in life will tear you apart that I got into this industry later on in life so the friendships I have. I don't see as competition. I see more as a guiding light. Like for me Scott Evans. Who's also you know? A young black man on this type of show is Kinda Sorta my guiding light in this whole thing and had we started off younger had been going through the trenches together in our early twenties. Maybe that wouldn't be the same. Yeah you know. I haven't done this for quite a while and I do know what you're saying and I do think it's changed. I think when I was younger I do think there was a lot more competitive and it was never outspoken. Typical High School Bullshit. You know where it's like. Oh well Carissa is is doing that. I could be doing that. I'm better than her. You know things like that that would be unsteadily said behind my back and I'd hear about it was like high school gossip stuff you know and then you did you got to an age where you realize. There's room for everyone right and the better. What does honestly lift everybody up so but it takes a long time to get to that point and I don't know that any some people don't get to that point I think especially in. This is not demis industry or our industry but I think reality stars have a hard time with s because they all think that they have the most interesting lives and that they have the best stories and that's why they do make a reality stars because they have this competitive edge with each other that it's really hard for them to be supportive in cheer the others. Don't you think I think when you start a reality show early on and again at the younger age I'm going to go at it? Behooves you have drama with somebody to have that competition. I think what producers trying to do. Is they try to say this. Is Anyone show? Whoever comes up and shines the most will be the queen. Bee of the show are the king of the show. So I think that's how they set this whole I think the same thing happened with Demi Levato and would selena Gomez there were people in their ears backing fort being. You're the next big thing. You're the next big thing so you automatically became competition. But it's so odd to me that now that these girls are in a more mature age. They've gone through stuff in life. I can't believe they haven't turned around and said while we are obviously more related than we know. We're both going through different things. We've both are struggling with our mental health. Maybe let's go back to those to those moments when we were kids in talk about the things that we went through and talked about how our mental health that was undiagnosed at the time and untreated might have played A. Yeah absolutely. I think you're right but it's interesting. Because so here's the thing what she said about. Selena Gomez they're basically. She said she had mixed feelings. What's laying posted this message on instagram? After performed on the grammy's because she basically says when you grow up with somebody you're always going to have love for them but I'm not friends with her so it felt that Dadan. She stopped herself I think he was looking for the word disingenuous and I think after your friend goes through something like she went through a matter who you are if we haven't talked in five years and you came out five years later and said that you went through this. You almost died. You went to Rehab. You got you know you brought in for evaluation and I was your friend at any point in my life. I will stop. Pick up the phone and say hey. I just saw your performance. It was moving. I just WanNa let you know that I'm here for you on top of that. I would double down on that if I had been through. Some of the the same things as we heard Selena Gomez open up about her bipolar disorder and about things that she was struggling when there is no better opening. Line to recuperating a friendship like. I know what you've been through. I've been through the same thing before snow. Use the L. That Selena. Maybe didn't take that step detects her personally and the fact that she went out and did it publicly. It almost looked as though this genuine over grill. You got you know somebody who knows somebody who can get in touch `Gabon to get my number for united then connect this belief. I think that sometimes they don't take the proper steps and when I'm sorry if you would oppose that about me on instagram and tried to go that route. I would've been upset. Yeah I talked to. I can't help. But wonder if her becoming closer to scooter. Braun made her rethink what she thinks about Selena. Thank I can only imagine. Scooter has said some stories and know some things about her that we don't know about and she's probably heard them. Maybe I don't know I wonder win. Her mind about a wonder what point it became. Slain is not my friend. I mean I mean the fact that she's going on record in a magazine. Sancti is not my friend I mean to me I feel like most loved would have been like. We don't talk as much as we used to. But you know always love her and you know always support her. Whatever you'd give some sort of vague answer like that but she's like we're not friends at. I think this will happen before. Scooter Braun. Because they haven't been friends in a very very long time and I think if anything I think moving forward scooter. Braun knows that twelve step program in an INS and out the INS and outs of it I think. Scoot Ron has been a part of an has had a hand in getting a lot of his artists on the right track and he knows the steps and he knows that forgiveness is a big step and he knows that making a man's is a big step and sometimes making a men's isn't about saying hey. I'm sorry it's about saying hey I accept that we're not friends anymore but I don't have any blood because my sobriety is important. I DON'T THINK SCOOTER. Braun is going to fire up this engine. I do think though the Taylor swift of it all might have played a part in it because Selena is a huge supporter of Taylor swift and Demi Levato came after Taylor Swift after the scooter. Braun allegations have been made I. I don't think it's a scooter. Braun thing I think it's a quick thing okay. I don't know I just feel like if you already are starting to change your mind about somebody nearly certainly cut them out of life and then you cut them out of your life and then you become closer with people who also don't love this person it just as fueled the fire to be like. Yeah I don't need you in my
Coronavirus has celebrities urging fans to play it safe
"So a lot of artists are stressing the importance of the coronavirus precautions and Arianna Grande posted a long message to her fans he's telling them not to turn a blind eye in that this is actually a big deal just because the youth are not the highest risk doesn't mean they can act rationally or privileged because of course we have a grandmother that may be vulnerable or parents or what have you you can pass on to them if they happen to be available state obviously smart too it here on the side of caution right now not panic the
New Childish Gambino? Donald Glover Drops Surprise Album
"The actor slash comedian slash childish Gambino guy has released a new childish Gambino I thought he killed that guy off yeah people say those things don't they they do so the motley crews in the weight room getting ready to go tour again so hopefully I got and the people care deeply so childish Gambino is back with a new album a bunch of new songs are streaming on a website called Donner Donald Glover presents dot com the link to the site was retweeted by his manager they're streaming a track from twenty eighteen call feels like summer and then songs that appear to feature Arianna Grande twenty one savage of fans are also saying that says it appears although maybe they're just not doing credits here his last album awaken my love was back at this in twenty
Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path
"Most important thing you can do especially as who starting in a company is work with your boss to create your career path. I always tell people I have three small children. I have a charity auctions at night. I'm married I have friends that I need to be in touch with so I don't sit at my desk every day thinking about your career. So don't come to me when you're about to walk out of the door because you don't feel like you're being appreciated come to me at your performance review a year before you want something because that is usually how long. It's GonNa take me to get what I need for. You so wanNA raise you want to be the director of the Department here. The two things you know what about when somebody doesn't know what they want their path to be view should be talking to your boss to help figure that out and you may not ever figure it out. I mean it may be one of those things that evolves over time get your boss invested in your career. There's nothing worse than losing someone who's worked on your team for three or four years three or four years that go out of the door and then you have to train someone to bring them back in. A lot of us grew up working in a place where facetime was integral. And I don't mean facetime on the phone. I mean like you actually had to be your desk and you didn't have the ability to negotiate with your boss about certain things that we're going to make you stay at a company that is a reality. Now and people want to stay at their company so start those conversations from the minute you get there. I was with a young woman recently that you mentored and she has a daytime job to make a lot of money and on the side she also is trying to do like a side project for somebody and she's not getting paid and you told her you ask for money ask for thousand dollars now. The thousand dollars is not going to change her lifestyle. I want you to walk me through where that advice comes from and what your feelings are around how to get additional experience and improve yourself while also taking care of yourself absolutely. There are so many things and I see this specifically in young women. I see this actually in all women that I know the idea that your time and that your experience is up for volunteer at any given time and it drives me insane because if you have a skill set that you can do better than other people and you're helping someone who does not have that skill set then. Money can be exchanged. It doesn't have to be. You can choose to volunteer your time like I choose to volunteer my time for charities. That is a choice. But if you want to make money from that and that will make a little extra cash for you to have in your pocket. Why not ask and I think in this position with this young woman. She's working with someone who can absolutely afford to pay. Her is asking for certain things that she can check off list and these are things that she can do for her. So why not ask? I want you to give me retrospective advice. I was working as an associate producer. Not Making a lot of money. I was trying to get more money and more experienced so I became friendly with a talent at the network. I worked at and volunteered. Chew be a graphics producer at night so my totally my own time. Not In my daytime hours. They said I could get paid a stipend to other people who were my level found out. I was doing it and we're like I want that experience too so they also asked that same talent who is lovely and said. Short won't can help out then. They had no money to pay so they took away the money. How do you think I should have dealt with that? Honestly you dealt with it the way that probably should have dealt with it. Which is people found out? It wasn't a one time thing. The end result was a result that you didn't have control over at the end of the day. So in that case you think it was okay to get the experience again. This is your time you can choose to volunteer your time. That's always what I say but if there is money to be happy you're right to ask the fact that to other people found out and then they didn't have money to pay was unfortunate for you certainly but at the end of the day that was the reality of that situation but no. I absolutely think you should always ask. I think that that is the takeaway. And that's what we hear so much is that there is a trend and I'm not saying this is generational China. I think it's something that women we tend to do. Which is lead with volunteer first and then gain the courage to ask to get paid and I think a lot of that is that they're scared. The answer's going to be no. Were you ever scared that the answer is going to be no? How'd you get over? That always scared that the answer was going to be no. I always say that it's almost fighting through the IC right. It's that feeling your stomach where you're just. You don't really know what the answer is going to be. And I'm sure that you guys have had this because you have a company in the asks that you're making her of people who have huge platforms of their own and time constraints of their own. When I was reading the book there are thirty three case studies of women. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Arianna Huffington. Two women that I know who've built businesses and I started with sixty people on the list. So what does that tell you? And there was one woman she was one of my. I E mails that went out and I remember sitting there. You know with with the send button trying to push myself to do it because I knew that she was going to say no and she did say no and I remember the email coming back and I thought to myself. Well now you know what it feels like. It's not that bad so you'll be fine and every time I got to know after that it was
Pete Davidson's Shady Ex
"There are two things we know about Pete. Davidson one has a very big penis and to. He's pretty open about his Arianna Guerande especially in his new interview with Charlemagne the God those shade at the grammys. I'm sure she was living again. Like all I get it. That's her job like you know she has to. That's her aura. She has like music to it and stuff I get it so like I hope. People feel the same way about my jokes. Misery on the ground is some points line. Here's a couple But you know stand ups part of my life. That was a highly publicized thing. Feel like she got her fair run her fair stab at it. I think that's a fair game. That is outlet. That's that's how he expresses himself. Comedy comes for life experiences. What you joke about. I think you're You know you'd be doing it wrong if you didn't talk about what's going on in your life. I mean if I dated share you know I would not keep that out of my stand back. Because that's that's what's happening with me and yes that is me putting that out there. Where's my share camshaft? You're listening. I'm six one kind of I don't have enough lane on my life. You left you hard at that and if you're listening on twitter or come on this show. Does she shot? I mean look. I've known you for Awhile. We we started saying we're on the same time and and you know he's told me very candidly about a lot of his relationship is well. We were both very high so I forgot most of it but I think he's. He's kind of a what you see is what you get guy which I I love about. That's the kind of the theme though when you date a public figure. If you even if you date an actor or data writer you might end up in a book or you might end up in the script. We could see you on the big screen character based on you if you date a comedian like I've dated a comedian in the past. And he never named me. You know what I mean but I knew loosely talking about me and it was like me. Who's the comedian? Can you say I'm not going to say? How did you hear what you saw when he was talking about state lottery? I don't care what he's saying he's lying anyway.
Porpoises On The Brink Of Extinction Face Daunting Odds For Survival
"Marine Mammal is on the verge of extinction in Mexico's Gulf of California. Conservationists have been trying to save the the Keita Porpoise for years but that work has been complicated by the nets and even drug cartels from Arizona public media in Tucson area Brosius reports seafood restaurants. Colorful mosaics line. The Boardwalk in downtown San Felipe pay fishing is a mainstay of the small northern Mexico. Town love I keep. The restaurant is just a couple blocks over a framed photo of the little porpoise that could be. The town's mascot hangs in the office of Ramon Franco the as head of a local fishermen cooperative representing about five hundred and seventy families is sending. Well it though this earth announced that animal as you must know only lives here in this area and it's ours belongs to us. Mexicans for decades of akitas population has been declining as fishermen inadvertently catch them while pursuing fish and shrimp but dea says many local fishermen treasure the animal when it rises above the water with its characteristic. Black rimmed is he says That causes those do those. It's as if it was smiling with you. So real fishermen don't WanNa harm them. It's the opposite in the last few decades. Mexico has established of Akita Refuge and backed research into the species but lately the number of Akita has plummeted around just a dozen or less as poaching for another endangered fish called. The Toba has ramped up. Fishermen use large Gill Nets to trap the toe to Wada. Which also killed Akita in two thousand fifteen Mexico's then president banned Gill Nets in the Vicki habitat increased enforcement against poaching and started paying fishermen not to work so the species could recover. This little sanitizer came to an agreement that we would leave the sea so that the federal government clean up the illegal boats but Diaz says enforcement was insufficient. Problem got worse. He says he's filed numerous complaints with the government to no avail then a year ago. The payments fishermen stopped those. Odi The liberal Emma. So now we have a serious problem. Because we don't have a fishing practice that is permitted. And we also don't have any compensation. Last September Diaz announced his fisherman had no option but to return to the sea to support their families. He says two thousand eighteen. Us Ban Mexican seafood caught with Gillnets has only made life harder for legal fishermen. Mexico missed an opportunity to be a world leader in shifting a fishery over from Gillnets to alternative gear. Barbara Taylor is marine conservation biologist with the US government who studied the Makita for thirty years. She says the Gillnet Ban wasn't very effective. Because some fishermen hurting financially were tempted into the illegal Totowa Trade F- Iquitos and Gill Nets are completely incompatible. And the fishermen needed to be able to make a living and so developing alternative fishing methods. Were really the only way for Bikita. Survive Louise Mendosa is working on it in his centrally bay office. He pulls a large thin strand net from a milk crate. Wait to the bottom. He's a member of pesca obeys. Say A small nonprofit group of fishermen working with the Mexican government to test alternative driftnets like this one called suit. Peta for this war with the current only with but Mendoza says using these nets can be nearly impossible because of the sheer number of illegal gill nets under the waves. He says even though it's cheaper it will be hard to convince fishermen to use it. They've become very effective. The Gill Nets and with this kind of equipment. You have to get money. The Keita Researcher Barbara Taylor says Mexico needs to support legal fishing if alternative nets prove less profitable and crackdown on poaching. Akitas prime habitat. She still has hope for the species but there are fewer of Akiba every year though. Two of poaching is rampant because the fishes swim bladder is highly prized in China. As a medicinal food. Because there's a little money is more money than drugs. I mean we're talking about twenty thousand dollars twenty five dollars for one soon blind. Jp Geoffroy leads the Conservation Group Sea Shepherd's Makita protection efforts. He says that money has attracted international drug cartels and during high season there can be dozens of boats fishing illegally inside the Vicki to refuge for the last five years sea shepherd has been working with some local fishermen to collect Gill Nets. Trying give the species a fighting chance to recover important. Centrally Bay Crew Members. Use a hook to move huge bags of fishing gear. They've pulled from the ocean. All these boxes contain all Guinea. Gotten it that way we move from riveted by Kedah not all local support sea shepherd's work recently suspected poachers fired shots at a sea. Shepherd vessel in the Makita refuge despite that tension. Geoffroy says they support local fishermen who just want to do their job. We are just trying to work with them and explain to them to. At least respect the small rectangle release the critical area. Geoffroy says if they can just protect the remaining Makita the species can recover but for now observers. Say there's little evidence that current efforts to stop poaching will be enough for NPR news. I'm Arianna Brosius.
Coronavirus: Ukraine protesters attack buses carrying China evacuees
"Thousands of members of a south Korean religious sect linked to a surge in cases of the coronavirus have been told to self quarantine hundreds say they have symptoms of covert nineteen and the impact of that outbreak continues to grow and is being felt well indirectly at least in Ukraine dozens of protesters in the central part of a region if attacked buses carrying evacuees from China from coronavirus hit areas the evacuees were being brought to the hospital where they will be held in quarantine for fourteen days we can free now to be this is Jenna Fischer in cats hi Joe no more do we know about the incident yeah I was there all of yesterday in this village of novih send Jari where the evacuees as we call them what brought eventually yesterday evening I'm now is that as basically the local villages tried that down this to stop them being being taken to a sanatorium health facility in that town that was a pretty angry seeds fall as a some rocks were thrown I'm pretty nasty stuff the message from the villages was pretty much that they don't trust the assurances that they'd been given by the Ukrainian authorities that everyone had been tested at least once and that no one had been infected and there was no risk to their health and that they were extremely unhappy that they were being brought to serve that quarantine in their village it also perhaps a lack of faith in the health services the fact that you know if they all way safely in quarantine presumably that might not be that much risk to people nearby it is it is to do with that I think there is a broader issue about education about this information that way emails going round yesterday we see which are paid to to sow the seeds of distrust in the authorities emails which eventually turned out to be the the fake so I think that is particularly in these rural areas people are particularly susceptible to these kind of room is which which sweep very rapidly and I think you have to put in the broader context of Ukraine being a former Soviet country where the trust in what they get told by authorities is pretty low if you go back to the nineteen eighties of course Ukraine was the site to the Chernobyl nuclear disaster famously people were told the weeks that it was safe there they did need to panic and of course it turned out to be an absolute disaster for everyone who lived I need that power station yeah I'm perhaps in an effort to attempt to restore some of that trust the health minister is saying she's going to be joining the Iraqi wheezing quarantine would run her ministry by Scott I mean it's a PR stunt but is a pretty good one is not yeah I love the the Iranian government are trying that don this to to reassure people we have statements from the president yesterday we had the interior minister and the prime minister heading to this small small town and then the statement from the health ministers Arianna skillets guy saying on Facebook these people are a compatriots we live in one country and have to take care of their health and safety so yes the government is going out of their way to try and reassure people all the indications are that this sort of fresh point yesterday has now died down somewhat I think the government and that really has to now convinced people that they will do everything by the book to make sure that there's no possibility of any spreading all that this you that you crave might possibly get its first case of the corona virus as a result of these evacuations and and how many people are we talking about about both in terms of the number of activities and potentially others still in China look what they've done in this evacuation is there were about forty five Ukrainians about twenty other nationalities who are brought on the flight and everybody who they came in contact with either on the plane or even on the buses yesterday have been put into this quarantine period so close to a hundred people on now in this facility and they will be for the next two weeks we've not had any word yet as to whether there will be any further evacuations from who had I think one particularly sad thing that emerge this morning was a video from a hospital in western Ukraine the town of live they've web people with singing the national anthem that's doctors nurses medical stuff singing the national anthem because they've been told that none of the kind of coronavirus evacuees we're going to be brought that so it was for them a moment of celebration I think for many of us who who committed here to the values of the medical profession of looking off the people in the profoundly depressing to to see that Fisher took his life from
Bryce Harper has no regrets entering Year 2 with Phillies: 'Just so happy to be here'
"Mind a calendar year after Philadelphia made so many big moves Bryce Harper ended up there they were the focus of much of the offseason storyline I guess last year you couldn't go anywhere Scott without people saying what do you think Miller Machado Harper Machado are gonna end up now the Phillies seemingly after a disappointing year managerial change finer the radar a bit is is that fair to say still an incredible amount of talent secure for Bryce Harper but I find them kind of intriguing in a division that's just loaded loaded loaded loaded yeah I mean that that that east is going to be very interesting I mean I was at Matt's camp I think the day before I was in Jupiter perhaps it was either the day before I saw the cardinals or the day after I mean the Mets rotation I've got like six or seven starters buying for five spots you know it's not just a gram center guard but it's strong man and I mean even Rick Porcello who has a sigh young on his resume and or sell and and and Michael Walker and you know I mean it pieces could fall together well there you know Atlanta is done really well the last couple years and yeah I mean in clear water today you know a ton of optimism I mean you know you would think you know Bryce Harper is kind of on the Manny Machado program both of them had such chaotic offseasons a year ago that you know you would think with everything calmed down yeah baby our world in his second year have a have or even you know better year last year or so so some of these numbers you know we were pretty good but others by his standards warrant I'm talking to him today yeah the biggest thing disappointed in him as he finished with a less than a hundred walks in he said there's no way I should ever have less than our walk so yeah that suggested that he would you know he was kind of maybe a little too eager not as patient last year but you think of our comes back big thing with them is that somebody injuries last year you don't have a conscience back yes I don't know if he's gonna be ready for the start of the season but he should be ready shortly there after yeah Koch and you know they were her last year with with this many you know knee injury Arianna was hurt hello while last year the young couple their relievers war the LG but if I get a little bit of good good lot of hell yeah JT real Miro's probably that is gonna catchers there is in the game right now and yeah you put him in Bryce Harper yeah add a DD Gregorius from the Yankees he'll play shortstop and she's a girl bounce over to sac and there's there's a lot to like about this team you know I heard all of the bounce back year but they added yeah nation as well Yolanda talent we will get over that side this you were there last year and holy cow you just you know look at and what they have on paper all of the guys they can throw at you during the spring so these games when you see you know twenty five thirty guys it's it's remarkable so that that division is going to be some to see and I don't know make maybe the nationals team that actually won the World Series maybe they're fine under the radar as well because of everything so maybe some you know sleeping giants in the NL east from a storyline standpoint yeah exactly I mean you're right I will talk about the bats in the Phillies and and yeah all the national there yeah and by the way there already we're dealing like the forgotten team looks like you're right could you imagine he's going to beat them last year and then this all came out and they were sharing a complex is all that would be so bad that it would be first of all you're right just in the west Palm Beach it would be really awkward at that complex second of all for baseball I mean thank god I didn't wait a second time in three years last year that would be it would be even worse than it is right now Scott Miller from bleacher report Turner sports big league
"arianna" Discussed on Craft Hangout
"A presence and you can tell that it's a quilt For today and I think that's just what what our community when we were our team here at the grafters box was so drawn to when we first learned about Ariana's work was that style that she brings But also her intense background and knowledge in the craft. She's really just a wonderful instructor to introduce a quilting for those who may have dabbled in it or who have never touched sewing machine. I mean we really start from the beginning. Quilting is not easy. It's a practice that involves math. And it takes time and you build as you go But ARIANNA has put together Just a workshop that encompasses Encompasses the start to the finish. And so we encourage increase you to play and enjoy and practice this craft and hone it if this is your thing and you keep creating quilting. I think you're just GonNa really really love Arianna style and the patterns That she is developed and the opportunity to keep creating today and moving forward. You don't have a sewing machine. We have we've sort of built. This kit This premium workshop. Which for those of you who might not be as familiar with our community. We launch monthly workshops. Those monthly workshops and they all have roughly the same price point The same value we. We launched them first to our membership community and then we put those workshops those digital tutorials plus ships kits of curated tools and materials into our marketplace So that everyone can experience them and try them out and then we have this. Alternative level of workshops would really allow us to dive deep into different crafting techniques and to provide tools and materials. That would be prohibitive in that. And that sort of that monthly membership model so in this case a sewing machine right if you have a sewing machine You don't need a duplicate sewing machine. Arianna definitely shows how to use her preferred computerized quilting sewing machine. Which is Which is a a sewing machine? That is wonderful for quilters. And also for non quilting projects for sure But we've sort of built out this premium workshop to be a A build your own of sorts because we recognize that a lot of people might have. The tools needed to quilt. And maybe you just need components of this workshop or maybe you need the whole thing. Maybe you need it bundled and you're going to choose the curated materials and tools at Arianna loves and uses everyday And so she's really built. She's built out the whole kit and then we also have pieces of it so that we don't want any duplication in crafting tools. It's not our mission. And just really you know really building out that just what you need to complete each craft so Check out our Janas Workshop on our At the crafters box an inner marketplace under premium workshops. She's our forth workshop artists in this premium category. Which we've been launching roughly a quarterly. She will be our lead premium workshop featured maker for all February march and April. And we will explore quilting with Arianna and at the end of that time. We'll have a maker chat while invite everybody into this sort of digital group environment where people ask questions you know. Very end of that. Three month period. Everyone gets together. You pour the hot cup of coffee. That glass of wine you curl up on the couch and just sort of log into this digital classroom where where. Arianna SHEER..
"arianna" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"When we were at at your house for the baby event and you had said mother for Motherhood because I know that you really enjoy being a mom and I really loved that about your a a powerhouse who are just so successful and then yet your thriving mother and something that you had said was it's like they take the baby out and put the guilt back again again and at the time I couldn't tell you I was pregnant but I was taking so many mental now so many and I wanna know if you can just expand on that. Because because I'm walking into motherhood and I keep thinking about this guilt. This mom guilt that everybody keeps talking about and I don't want that to be an extra pressure added in my alive. So here's what I learned that working moms carry that guilt unnecessarily through our lives and we need to kind of remind ourselves SABs. That working doesn't make us less of a good mom because anything that full fails US makes us a better mom. We need to remind us of that and for me. It's like when I realized that it changed so much about my with my children. And you figure out how you want to navigate that relationship Asian ship. But let's throw away the guilt. It's so unnecessary and so- depleting so let's all forgive ourselves. I haven't don't even have this kid yet again. Thinking about the guilt that I'm GONNA have. It's just it's wow then I don't want it and so I'm taking advice from mothers everywhere on how to prevent it. We give advice we also remind ourselves This is the biggest thing that I've learned to talking about your own story. Things that you've gone through and I think that's why thrive is been thriving. What's one of the biggest lessons that you learn from your mother so the biggest lesson actually really was around failure? My mother used to say failure is not the opposite of success. It's a stepping stone to success. And she always made. I mean I grew up in a one bedroom apartment who had no money and my mother always made us feel bigger than our circumstances not limited. By circumstances I was like coming back from school in Athens. Greece where I was brought up and I so picture of Cambridge University in a magazine the scene and I got home and dog my mom I wanted to go that and everybody else has said that you said Dunbar dickey's you know you don't speak English we we have no money and it's hard for in this case to get into Cambridge. My mother said let's see how you can go there and at the same. Sometimes she didn't make me feel that if I didn't go there. My life or software side became this adventure where we learned English and I applied for a scholarship. Scholarship and bottom line got into Cambridge. But it wasn't like this is the B. B. S.. I know what you're saying. This isn't the end albion exactly. And so that's the biggest lesson she gave me. That's beautiful and I'm sure you implemented that in raising your daughter's yes S.. I also made my end and the Boca Raton becoming fearless also to help them take risks and choose to do something even even while they're afraid. I say the books that fearlessness is like a muscle The more you exercise it the stronger it gets. Wow that's amazing. Phyllis Mrs like a muscle. Arianna what are you studying right now. Because you're you're a master student. I'm a student lifelong students. What are you studying right now? So here's what I'm studying right now. One of the hardest things has been helping people. Change Behavior That's my mission. All right. Now that's what I'm studying. How can we help? People go from awareness to action and what I'm hearing from scientists. I'm learning from is that we need. Not just to give micro steps and Niger's but walsh attach their hearts and that's what anchin wisdom and spiritual traditions is coming. We want to help people understand that. There is something deeper in ourselves and that it's our birthright to connect with that. So that's what you're studying right now now and to do it because I always like to study in a way that I can. Then yes. That's great so what are you doing. Now with thrive life what's next for thrice with PNG to bring our platform to consumers because here's another irony. One of the fastest way to change habits is to add them to existing habits. So let's say you're brushing your teeth morning and night while you're brashear remember three things we are grateful for. Let me give you another example. You have. I read somewhere that you have affirmations that you use exactly you wash your had. Ah Why do you have your mation. That's and it's also a great use of time. It's a great time. You're not adding time. What do most people do their washed? They worry they worry the over. Think Office thing. You're I process you've process instead. You know you just use that time to leave the shower feeling empowered. I'm gonNA leave the shower. Feeling empowered exotica leave the shower field. Thank you so much for being here today so I feel like I could talk to you for another humming. The best is your so press well so so. Are you really listening. Thank you so much. I'm listening because this is something that's important to me. I think that burnout cultures real a lot of people. Oh my age. I'm thirty one and I think that there's a lot of Hustle Gogo go and and there really is something to the third metrics that you that you talk about and I think that it's important Horton to implement into your life. Thank you saw my update the me too so we do one thing at the end of every pretty big deal and it's kind of a lightning round. Yes and I just I need you to fill in the blank right. Okay so I is. I pretty much always say yes cheese. I love it. What's the biggest lesson you've learned this year? At the biggest lesson I learned is not to be so anxious when my my daughter's did not immediately respond to a text. I I'm GonNa take that note as well for myself and my new baby okay. WELL WE'RE GONNA wind until the textile. What's the biggest deal you've ever made? The biggest deal was having the carriage to leave half I and starts thrive. That's a pretty big deal and we know that your pretty big deal. But what's a pretty big deal to you EH. Pretty big deal to me is to help people realize that you have that place of Strang. Peace and wisdom in US eat is our birthright and we can reach it anytime we choose. Beautiful Arianna Huffington.
"arianna" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham
"Today we are talking to the incredible Arianna Arianna Huffington. You may know her name from the Huffington Post and two thousand Sixteen Arianna left the Huffington post in order to pursue a new passion. Well we have Arianna Huffington here. Thank you so much for coming on. I'm so happy I love you love you so I walk walks into your home for the free baby event and you were interviewing Amy Schumer as well and you were just so inviting. It was immediately walking your home. And it's like it's warmth. It's beautifully decorated. Your sister was so Kyoshi was barefoot running around and it was just it was just a really nice events and I just feel like that's how you welcome everybody into your home where I love. Our country will thrive tribe of women supporting each the job that Helping each other along the journey yahoo the stress. It's very important and I wanNA talk to you about thrive but I think that we have to start with Huffington and I think that you've conquered so many amazing things in your life. But what was it about Huffington Post that made you want to start. I'd Hi Donna. Ready written a lot of books every dollar fifteen books and in two thousand five when I launched having and I I could see that the conversation had moved moved online that a lot of people who are just having the Marcy Bun conversations online and I wanted to make sure that people who start their own blog could could be part of the conversation so on the day that we launched haven't done post Ellen Degeneres and Walter Cronkite was not dad and Larry David David and Ram manual from w million tons of people who would never have blocked so we elevated blogging and then we had reporting we won a Pulitzer Prize. We added internationally additions in eighteen countries and two years into building the HUFFINGTON post hours By then the divorced mother of two daughters I collapsed. I had bought into this delusion that in order to be supermom mm-hmm and Superintendent Rana. You just basically didn't have time to take care of yourself. You just didn't have time to sleep or rest or recharge and and the show I collapsed. I hit my head on my desk in the corner of my desk. On their way down broke my cheekbone. She bone wait. Do you remember the feeling of passing outer new completely blacked out completely blacked out. I literally came to an pool of my blood and nobody had shot. Asked me wait so when you woke up what was your first reaction well complete disorientation. I didn't really know what had happened. Did you wake up on your own in my office in my Home Office and so literally. My assistant was upstairs. It's like story off his had the bag and came down and a second to the hospital and the worst part is that they don't know what's wrong with you. You know. She has a brain tumour. Do you have a hard problem so I had this long journey of every test. You know you and my rise Sedco cardiograms etc and at the end of all the tests. I had one doctor who was acting like the mastermind kind of all the tests. And here's a bit philosophical and Sardonic Ariane there's nothing wrong with you but there's everything wrong with you you know. There's nothing the medical profession he can do for you. You're suffering from he called it civilizations -tations disease burn out. Who and he said you have to change your life? The World Health Organization is just recognized as a really syndrome right I. It's no longer just a phrase we use it's rea- eight has huge health consequences and it also oh has huge mandel health consequences as we're seeing with that incredible increase in suicide suicide. So were you happy happy to hear that it was burnt out or were you more upset. No I was sir. I'm GONNA have a bit of a nerd so I thought I wanted to understand this. Yes I want to understand what CDs and what's happening and I started reading and meeting with scientists and really saying that this wasn't just my problem. uh-huh that this was a huge global epidemic and that it had started with the man who after all have designed our world world. Although we're working on changing yes we basically thinking that the way to succeed is to burn out you just power. Also you don't really own your body or your mind. I mean look at the cultural symbols and language we use. You know you snooze. was you lose. I'll sleep when I'm dead. I mean I had dinner with a guy recently who bragged that he had only gotten for our sleep and I thought to myself. I didn't say it but I thought to myself you know what if you had gotten five. This dinner would have been a lot more interesting also. Is it a date no the dinner with a guy who brags because so many people rag about holly sleep again leave. He was telling you that out of anybody because people not sell unconscious conscious right right what they want to be like. I don't need five need sleep. So how many hours are you getting now so eight okay. I get it but I want to explain that. Basically the vast majority of people need between seven and nine hours like you maybe a seven hour girl an eight tonight our our you may be in the one and a half percent of the global population that has a genetic mutation and then you genuinely don need seven to nine hours. How much sleep do those people who may need four hours and buffet grave? I am an eight hour girl made to Thriving so and how do you feel when you get eight hours. I feel great. I wake up on my own. It's either the son that wakes me up. I wake up before my alarm clock. That's the the best. I like to be in bed by ten PM. That's what I feel like. I'm my best and what you said is so important going to sleep before midnight O. G. O.. So he goes their way. Your how body works through the night So what was the first moment. So you've now you've fallen. You went to the doctor. You realized sized that this is stress or what we now have that becomes burner and so in his moment. Here you are and you're incredibly incredibly successful. You have Huffington Post but what was the change that you said to yourself. I'm not this isn't success. This isn't what I want. You Navarro said a a spiritual dimension in my life and I've been very blessed to have had a mother who would always say to me. Don Miss the moment shed a lot of little sayings angels fly because they take themselves lightly she was full of sayings so I knew that there was another way to live life who are also realized through studying. All the science is at that. Were also make me more productive and more creative that there is no trade-off off that's the most important thing to realize. There's not tradeoff between taking care of ourselves and being amazing at work and accomplishing publishing things. In fact the more we give ourselves a chance to recharge the batter. We're going to be at everything we're doing because look at what people people say that they have their best ideas in the shower right because there's sadly disconnected from the falls and social media and getting stuff Afghan and then mind can actually receive the best ideas. That's interesting we just had Meghan trainor on and she has a new album or a new song out. It was called genetics and she said she wrote it in the shower. She was singing our. I love all the whole song just came out there. She was and you make a great point successes S.'s. Pudding everything else down and just focusing on the president and connecting with yourself which leads to I. In my book thrive the third metric took of success. which we have right here because you brought it for me thank you? I'm so excited to read. This starts with me collapsing. But you know there's a happy ending now so don't good well because you're here today. The whole point of the book is that ride nine now. Kacha within a volley to metrics of success my way and starters Dr Slash power but this is like sitting on a two legged stool sooner or later you fall off unless you actually build that third leg income from his well being and health wisdom you know. How do we connect with our best ideas our sense of peace and strength that we all have in US wonder under you know? Forget wonder amazing. Life is you're going to have a baby I mean this is so full of wonder And giving you know giving is another part of a full life you know. It's interesting because I think that a lot of us try to give back in some way we tried to take care of ourselves and we'll we'll go to a crazy workout class or whatever but when it comes to wisdom and wonder those are two new pillars from me that I have to take a step back and say so you know what are those really mean and what are what are things that you do in your life that contribute to wisdom and wonder well why does great about Joe among many any other things is that you do have spiritual connection yes and you pray and you saying that is a great opportunity to connect connect us with something bigger than ourselves and for me a wisdom comes from. There're cognition that we're all part of a big universal story right right that we are not here by accident that there is a blueprint to our lives. We all have destiny or leaving out and when Louis sense that it makes much more accepting of the obstacles and the challenges and the bad things that happened because no life even the most blessed. It doesn't have that and it makes us trust the universe. It must be very hard to fail that you're living in an indifferent arbitrary universe devos. I do feel more trusting of God when I spend time in prayer and meditation and I mean I remember when Oprah started bringing in all of this meditation and spirituality into her show. But what happened to you when you started talking like this at the office. Well the finance the thing is that I didn't just start talking about it. Started bringing all this coverage into the having to post. Oh so in two thousand seven like literally months. After I had collapsed. I created a dedicated section at the Huffington Post on sleep and I remember my board complaining about it because their point was quite a serious political publication creating a section on something as trivial and irrelevant to sleep and that shows the difference in the last dozen years because sleep now is covered in the Wall Street Journal impact on leadership and in the Harvard Business Review The impact done business productivity so this has been like a game changing twelve years so it's taken twelve years for people to really kind of junk and also you know look cut athletes also. They've had Because they I mean Andrea Good Allah and Kevin Durant and investors in my new company. And they have done a lot to show that recovery Sparta performance it is. It is trained like an athlete. Sleep like an athlete. Exactly if you have game day. Are you going to stay apple night partying. No there's also a phone call that you made To Sheryl Sandberg and she had told you something really interesting which was was by twenty sixteen. You know that was like eleven years being an running the having post I just realized I wanted wanted to basically help. People leave their lives with less stress and burnout and I wanted to do it. One hundred percent now. This was that you made the phone. Call the Cheryl Darrelle ready to leave. Huffington was ready but fearful and doubting it you know because there was had built this big global business yes. I had hundreds of employees around the world but my heart was telling me that I'm done here that this is great. It's fantastic. I will spend the rest of my life running it but I would only make some incremental difference and my mission now had changed and in my mission was to help the world not go through so much unnecessary pain around how we live our lives. And you know you look at the casualties proliferating look at suicides and depression and the rise of diabetes and heart disease and they're all connected to stress and burnout now she seventy i. Five percent of healthcare problems and healthcare costs and if you add mental health ninety percent I stress and lifestyle related..
"arianna" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose
"What kind kind of reaction have you gotten? I mean I remember being at the World Economic Forum which is usually brutally cold weather. We're all sleep deprived. Lived first thing. Ariana gave me was a tea bag of some gene. This will do you good. And then the book thrive have I have a copy that was unbound copy right before it became really. You saw that I had a need and you were looking at nominee. Now that it's not the case just leave. I can convince you convince millions. I mean look at her I have no doubt she is thriving and she's absolutely right because as you've said this is an evidence base case today the station nations all there we need to be into holistic health and also I think what companies are realizing we are likely to have great partnerships SUV manny companies represented here today like Sap Accenture Bank of America Sherri Branston is following us. She's been an amazing partner. Brooking bringing both our workshops and our digital programs into the bank and she personally wrote a great piece about about hair micro step the micro step she picked and then she should talk about it when she comes out was not to send emails to her direct reports on Sunday night. Oh and you know. Then she also road. How one Sunday night should she broke ground rule and that's all okay to we need to accept that we're not going to do this? Journey flawlessly but just beginning with micro steps has a huge cumulative impact impact. So what kind of response have you gotten. I'm sure that you get individuals telling you huge change their lives or you may have people saying. I'm so frustrated Australian. I cannot do this what. What is the typical? If there's a typical reaction Reaction is incredible relief when people begin. Take these micro steps and they recognize that. In fact they become more productive that is what is really and their absolute absolute truth from looking around us. Look at athletes. Athletes consider recovery part of training like they would never show up for a game without being sufficiently recharged so the same applies to all of us so we need to integrate integrate recharging recovery. Time into our work time and it may mean sixty seconds. We have a feature in our digital title product that we call reset which is sixty seconds during the day anytime. You're feeling stressed because we're not going going to eliminate stress. The problem is not that the problem is stress becoming cumulative we also launched a podcast for people who don't like to to meditate because we want to reach people wherever they are and people who find meditation daunting they find it not for them. I'm so we launched a podcast call meditative story and we basically have some great people and in last night it was Danny Meyer. Who Tell a story? People are starting their lives that changed their lives. And then we give you mine phone prompts meditation Meditation Programs. So basically starring telling becomes the Trojan horse through which reintroduced meditation so interesting. I do think when you talk about the problems in our society. A Big One is the addiction to emails emails and to texting. I mean you can't go anywhere today you know. I spend a lot of time on a university campus students. Just I walk like this. Because they're all on their iphones. You you see families sitting down at dinner each once on an iphone. It is an addiction. It is become all consuming so you take small steps to work at your addiction right absolutely small steps starting. Who separate yourself at night from your phone so you can have recharging night's sleep? We've even created a product. You can bite from Amazon and it's a little Alexander. You never gives up a little charging station that looks like a phone bet it can charge ten phones and ipads pads and you have a little blanket so you put your phone under the blanket. Um Bike phone charges through the night you charging Urginia bed and then you reconnect the marling adorable highly higher commended for families with teenagers agers because then it becomes a family ritual rather than a punishment when my friends with teenagers tried to take the phone away from them and it seems like an existential thread. Red comes in Mahogany and enlighten. Would so you would think that companies clearly want their employees to be at the top of their game they want them to be thriving. It want them to be healthy but at the same time they have a lot of expectations. Feel free to work around the clock or answer my email. I'm emailing you at eleven o'clock at night or whatever they're so there's this combination of demand because of the needs of of the enterprise or the expectations but then there's also the recognition that I need. I employ to be really in good shape. So I think what's On for us to to realize is that there is no trade-off let me give you an example at thrive fairy a fast growing company. You know we do have high expectations in fact when we hire people we do say. Listen if you want to come here and chill under a mango tree. That's not their job canal and this is not a nine to five job either. There'll be days when we are shaping a product and an engineer master. pull an all nighter. There'll be a time when you have to work work over the weekend. That's not the problem. The problem is that peop role than need to take what we call. Thrive time to recharge charge so for us. If you've worked through the weekend. Take Monday off just like that now. But it's Nice I in the interest of the enterprise. Why would you want somebody to come to work Monday? Exhausted sleep-deprived making mistakes are sitting on their desk playing fortnight falling asleep present as music. A huge problem at companies are trying to power through and getting sick. I mean if you look at the data eight people get sick after they have overexerted them and they have not taken time to recover so it's in the interest of everybody to give people what we call thrive time. They have to take it immediately. After overexertion they can't banquet for a holiday it really about recalibrating and being ready to show up fully charged again and if you look at the data burnt out and Blue Hues. Thirty two percent greater chance terms of leaving the company so Attrition Goes Up and attrition is a terrible cost for companies. Productivity goes down. Creativity goes down resilience. Millions goes down right now. Companies are dealing with all these mental health problems right and these are so much function of sleep deprivation exhaustion. We're not talking talking about real mental illness like bipolar hours talking about garden variety kind of putting on ourselves. And that's why we. In partnership with Stanford we launched a thriving mind to our digital program based on all the latest brain research to help prevent this from happening because ultimately seventy five percent of healthcare costs and healthcare problems ninety percent if you include. Mental health are because of lifestyle lifestyle and stress related problems. And that's up to us to change through micro steps. We're going to all have to read singlehandedly. You you may you've already. He made contributions with Huffington Post. And all we've been able to get from that that resource but with this you may single handedly truly bring doing very important. Change Our society and so thank you. Ariana Huffington visionary and you are a caring person very non judgmental way you were changing our lives for the better. Thanks Jen I would would love to invite all of you to share your stories. On thrive think of thrive global media platform as the HUFFINGTON post without politics. Whatever you leave so contribute to our strengths? I definitely does but if you know I'm sure everybody here is a story of burn out or start your own micro steps. Share them with everyone because we have found that reading other people's stories and what they are doing the right or wrong is really helping. Change the way we live and work. Thank you so much thank you. That was a great conversation with Arianna. Make sure to check. Check out her. Work at thrive global. Now here's what I got out of the conversation. I really no tradeoff between performance at work and taking care curb yourself. In fact athletes intentionally built in recovery time for optimal performance. Second pick a set time to end your work day and separate from your phone phone at night. It'll be there for you in the morning and when you wake up be sure to take a few minutes for yourself before reconnecting that way you can set your own agenda for the day rather than letting the world set the agenda for you third and perhaps most importantly we all have the power to change. Our own lives through microscopes. I for going to start by turning my phone off at night. Wish me luck with that. Thanks so much for joining us this week. You're listening to Seneca women conversations on power and purpose. Please support this podcast by telling your friends. Subscribing and rating us for more information go to Santa Komen DOT COM. Have a great week..
"arianna" Discussed on Meditative Story
"And then finally we were there. It was hard to believe in moscow cases as i've learned learn a place rarely leaves up to what it looks like in a travel bursch oh so even on this wet grey day either so much more vivid fever than i'd imagined building after building there was students all over the place cambridge students who spoke perfect taint it was thrilling but also intimidating hooge. My mother sends way here we are. She who says is eve who just arrived at local grocery store. Let's go the dates was a bit of a blow so even though i wanted to major in economics we didn't go visit economics department nor did regard the admissions office which might have been the obvious first thing to do. We didn't even talk to anybody who just walked around cambridge. All day. Do great women who barely spoke english <music> like spies doing reconnaissance jobs but i think what we're really doing was just walking around the place until it felt natural for me to be there. It was a kind of impassioned visualization. I'm walking around just like the real students are in the same buildings. Nothing bad is happening nowadays reacting acting if i got in this is what i'd be doing. Maybe to release possible. How does the idea of an in person visualization sound to you. Arianna explored what it would be like to be a future self by walking around in cambridge as if she were a student they're not a visitor other any experiences view that you would want to become real. What would your in person visualization clyde and.
"arianna" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"When you're on vacation that says Rebecca on vacation, she will return on January fifteenth eve this is our gen please contact son. So if it is not a her after generally fifteen this Email will be deleted. I liked that and tight is amazing. You can actually be on vacation who zero e mails in your in box that is critical. Right. Because when you come back, it's like the whole thing, resets in his much more stressful than it had. You not taken the vacation in the first place. And when you come, first of all, you have that time where you can really disconnect from technology and the demands of the world. And when you return it's actually pretty humbling. I, I did it last year because a so much has been handled in your absence. Right. And it's not like you're inundated with emails because so many of they mail is you. We get I'm not mission critical. So that's just. One up and other operas called silo. And it turns your smartphone into a dumb phone for specified, periods of time, you know, you're having dinner with friends, children, and dwell you sleep so that, basically this is like sacred time. We all reclaiming our humanity, and we need to keep controlling technology and not allow it to control us. We are getting to the point where technology is becoming to control us. And that's a very dangerous moment. And I, I hear that from a number of executives now too. I mean they are looking at both their company they're looking at their own lifestyle. And they're, they're looking at the fact that everything that they worked to build isn't all that enjoyable because of technology, and how pervasive it is I wonder beyond paying lip service at the executive level to the merits of all of this. How does this become more ingrained in the culture of places such that, for example, there are Email policies, there are time off policies? Are that are actually enforced when it's happening, and we all corporate partners that we're working with have different ways of approaching it, I'd expansio- for example, and then introducing and enter interview, you know how we have an exit interview. Why not have an entry interview where you ask everybody who comes in what is inviolate for you? Why is it something during your day? That is really important. You and how can you support you in getting that done? So right off the bat. You've already about boundary around the state. It's very important for me to take my daughter to school at seven thirty, or eight o'clock. It's very fun for me to make my valley in less than visit my mother, whatever it is. And then instead of sort of the team without knowing that this important, your back, I said Saban morning AM team meeting, because we just don't express ourselves, you know, that could be had just as easily at eight thirty people knew that this is really important with a back or a bag as a critical member of the team. Let's have the meeting half an hour later. There will always be times when this is not possible. We're talking about what can be what is the norm. And we're all ready to deal with. Things outside the norm. But we're not running on empty when we need to fool an all night, or do something that is suddenly our gently needed. All of us. I would imagine there are people listening thinking, Arianna, please talk to my boss. Please talk to my company and lay it out for them because, well, you have the Aetna's of the world in plenty of others who have signed on with thrive. There are a myriad of other companies that are cutting costs. They are asking more and more of their employees, and employees feel like I'm here and I wouldn't be here. I'd be fired. I'd be let go if I didn't live up to these demands ob- -solutely. I feel way an incredible time of transition where multiple behaviors have coexisting. But what I see happening is more and more major companies taking the lead in this area, and then others are watching, and they're seeing this is competitive advantage. This is not a soft benefit. This affects the kind of people you recruit and retain, it affects your health care costs. It affects your productivity it affects how engaged your employees are. And we are launching, for example together with glass door..
"arianna" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"For Arianna. Checked. Maybe. This. Nick. Correct. Someone else. Sunday. Doc. Are you be left in? Zest? Every time. Boy. Left in the dust. You. Ryan Seacrest pays your bills for a year? This could.
"arianna" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Five two zero one KFI. Here's the ten songs that you're probably getting wrong. And I think Arianna 'Grande is the first one up here. Partly because by the way, this is thanks to our good friends at clever news on YouTube CLE, double V E R clever. News over almost eight million views, and that's incredible there four point three million subscribers at clever news, maybe they're clever. What the hell right? Let's get into it. Just do not enunciate. So let's begin with Arianna grens while this pop Princess has an incredible voice. She isn't this hoariest for not enunciating enough for us to understand what she's actually singing about her song hands on into consideration. In the very beginning of the song aria singing something about bodies baking. And then she sings the next lyric, and it literally sounds like she's singing. Picture me eating bacon. Thanking? Bacon. Actuality Arianna is singing picture me. And you making. Yeah. With new lyrics and minds. I still hear picture me and bacon. Picture me. Eating bacon. Yeah. Same here. Just listen to it again with the new lyrics and minds. Okay. It's picture me. And you make him, but I still hear picture me and picture me. Eating bacon. That's right. Lina Gomez experience something pretty similar back in two thousand fifteen when she released her song good for you. The very first lines of the song made many people do a double take or in this case it made them press replay. Because it just sounds like Selena singing about partying Kerry. I.
"arianna" Discussed on Pretty Basic with Alisha Marie and Remi Cruz
"Well, I saw Arianna tweet that and but her personal life. When she gave her speech. She was like this was the best year of my life, career wise. But like personal if it's been like horrible, an I retweeted, and I was like, oh my God really to this so much and the frigging someone at the right time had to tweet like, oh, well, why don't you share about it pretty basic? Why do you never talk about it? And I'm like, she'll talk about when she's ready. I'm gonna come just tweeting address. Just have something to say to you. Ooh. Rounding up the year. Honestly, November December lots of like holiday parties and stuff and it looked so fun on the outside. But. I've mentioned before literally every weekend. I've been having like a breakdown and I woke up a few weekends ago. And the hey, you know, I I was doing really well with the hate. I was I was like finally, okay? I did that video and this and that, but just you know, it caught up to me again. And I think it's always it's going always be this real coaster it sounded like a, oh, yeah. I'm over it. You know, whatever brushed off, really. And I think that's what's so hard when you realize shortcoming of yours or something because you know, it's not going to get fixed overnight. Yeah. Like, I'm very aware. It's going to be a long journey for me to like not care about what people think of me or something like that. You know, what I mean, honestly hate to be the bad news bears here. But also there's a chance that it'll never be fixed to it'll never be fully just like, oh, it's fixed. But I know it will get better. But it's it's one of those things where it's like, oh, I'm at the little bottom of the totem pole kind of thing. And now I see how high I have to like. Yeah. Work can get up there. Yeah. To be you know, what? I mean. I think again being self aware is still better than being naive in a bubble which I was for so long. Yeah. Just so like, passive and like. Just not being aware of anything. But I thought I was doing so well with the hate, and I guess maybe I was suppressing it without even realizing it again, but I woke up a few weekends ago. And I just it was from the night before I was like I had a bowl full full breakdown almost colo- Coachella adjacent breakdown and I woke up, and I was like I can't I can't do it anymore. I can I if I get one more hate comment. I don't know what I'm gonna do honestly. And so I woke up and texted you text miniature I talked about this little bit. And I was just like to make the stop the only way that this will stop is. If I quit that is the only in like, that's the thing is now, I know that is the answer that is. And you know, if I do quit is up answer. I think that is the only answer to make the hate stop. Honestly. Well, the heat will still stop because when you quit people like oh home. Let's talk. She couldn't handle it. I mean, I believe also media than I wanted never see it again. That's still living blindly. To. Let's just not look at it. And suppress it and forget it's pretend it's not there. You know what I mean? So are you telling me there is literally no way out of this other no way. How did it? But your perception of it will change that's true. And that's what changes, and that's what the answer is satisfied sucks. Because again, it's one of those moments of like, oh, it's not overnight while you know, what I had I had to have that breakdown because I woke up and was like, I'm going to quit. I'm going to stop. I'm not going to do what I need a break. And then the next day. I was like, no, you're fine..
"arianna" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
"Seven. We are paying the bills for a year nine ten nother shot to get closer, Arianna Guerande kiss up. Wait so much energy. I look up and the. Man. Okay. Game..
"arianna" Discussed on Masters of Scale with Reid Hoffman
"Masters of scale dot com. I was intrigued by everything Arianna shared, but I admit I wasn't ready to throw up my own map of the world. The one that mostly bypassed the island of healthy balance. I asked Arianna for concrete example of how tiredness has impacted her effectiveness and intern her company. I was surprised when she told me that fatigue had led the big mistakes in hiring. I can trace back all my hiring mistakes to being tired, which is, and they just of impairing your cognitive abilities to make their decisions, but also subconsciously of making you one. Want to say, yes. When you're running on empty, you're kind of overwhelmed by your to do list. So what we're doing now at thrive, having learned from my mistakes, we have these role that nobody should interview. Why tired, the impact of bad long-term decisions soon stack up. And if you're clouded by tiredness, you might not spot these mistakes before it's too late. The scientific evidence backs it up. I turn a sleep expert. Dr. Matt Walker professor of neuroscience at Berkeley and author of the New York Times bestseller. Why we sleep to explain you'll subjective assessment of how well you're doing with insufficient sleep is miserable predictor of objectively how well you're doing. So it's quite like the drunk driver at the ball, you know, they've had seven or eight shots. They pick up the caucus and they say on, I feel fine to drive home and your responses. I know that you think you'll find to drive home, but trust me objectively not. And it's the same way when people try. To get by on too little sleep. The science of insufficient sleep in the workplace can be summarized in the following facts. Firstly, under slept employees defined getting six hours of sleep. All s they will.
"arianna" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow
"Boss files with poppy harlow is brought to you by cleveland clinic educating patients from around the nation on how their heart works for facts and information on how to keep your heart ticking turn to the number one care team in the nation and visit cleveland clinic dot org slash love your heart in this episode of boss files really feel much more present i'm really present in what i'm doing i mean i'm really present with you here i'm not thinking what am i doing next fax thing me arianna huffington the founder of the huffington post undergoes a huge personal transformation one of the most influential women in media today she defines herself as a wellness guru and is so called sleep evangelists she's on a mission to mend a cultural burnt as the founder thrive global covered america shifting is always you know companies that i had of the curve but everybody's recognizing that if you don't take your employees it's going to affect the bottom line why she argues we need to disconnect in a connected world plus the future of uber she's been coined the company's most influential board member so how is she helping rebuild the company's culture following sexual harassment with a new ver numerous lawsuits and lead herships shakeups or answer no brilliant jerks allowed here's my conversation with arianna huffington arianna huffington thank you for doing this thank you so much it's great to be with you it's a pleasure to have you there is so much to get through and let's just begin with the different chapters in your life there have been so many i've interviewed you over the year i know there are many more to come but your current chapter if you will is about thriving it's about living while so i wonder as we sit here today how do you define success for yourself in this moment so for me sex news about exceleron getting a culture shift that's already happening who are we don't believe any longer under this delusion that in order to succeed we have to burn out.
"arianna" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show
"Worldclass performers from all different spheres of life arenas of competition this time round it is ultra printer ship business in just general awesomeness we have arianna huffington you can find her on twitter at orient a half and elsewhere of course on the socials she has been named two time magazine's list of the world's one hundred most influential people in forbes most powerful women list originally from greece she moved to england when she was sixteen and graduated from cambridge with an eminent economics in may two thousand five she launched the huffington post a news and blocks are the quickly became one of the most widely read linked to and frequently cited media brands on the internet and in two thousand twelve won a pulitzer prize for national pointing in august two thousand sixteen she wants thrive global with the mission of ending the stress and a epidemic by offering companies and individuals sustainable sciencebased solutions to wellbeing oriana serves on a lotta boards including uber and the center for public integrity and she's the author fifteen what fifteen books including her most recent thrive subtitled the third metric two redefining success in creating a life of wellbeing wisdom in wonder and the sleep revolution subtitle transforming your life one night of time this is a very wideranging conversation we get into plenty of tactics she has any expert storyteller and very very funny to boot so i hope you enjoy this as much as i did so with a further do here is my conversation with arianna huffington arianna welcome to the show.
"arianna" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations
"I'm oprah winfrey welcome to supercell conversations the podcast i believe that one of the most valuable gift you can give yourself is time taking time to be more fully present your journey to become more inspired and connected to the deeper world around us start right now whether she's tweeting writing a selling book or speaking to sold out crowds around the world media mogul arianna huffington has always had a way with words born in 1950 arianna grew up in athens in a humble onebedroom apartment from the time she can remember ariana says she felt drawn to the spiritual she started praying as a toddler by the time she was thirteen she learn meditation from her mother these practices would be the foundation of a life long spiritual journey in 1980 arianna moved to new york and over the next three decades made a name for herself as a best selling author and a sought after political commentator in thousand 2003 she ran for governor of california as an independent she ended up dropping out of that race but it was during her campaign that arianna first tapped into the potential and power of the digital world it sparked an idea to create a progressive news blog and thus launched in two thousand five the huffington post while arianna became a fixture on political talk shows in twenty four seven news channel's her life was 247 as well and it was that struggled trying to balance the competing demands of career family and personal wellbeing that served as the inspiration for her latest book thrive.
"arianna" Discussed on Studio 1.0
"She's one of the most powerful women in the world editor in chief at the huffington post onetime candidate for california governor and an author of fifteen books the latest one called the sleep revolution arianna huffington joined us in between a major book party and a ride along with hooper ceo travis kalanick thirteen up for a campaign against drowsy driving joining the today on this edition of studio one point no arianna huffington cofounder of the huffington post arianna thank you so much for being here it's really great sir herbert debris here for rise which owns a oh well which dowling sovereigns in post has said they're going to bed for yahoo do you believe that varieties and has a longterm content strategy that includes yahoo and the huffington post and if so what is it wherever rise has decided and of course why they bought the huffington post that term the future for them has to include a very robust media technology comparable so yahoo would very would feed very well in the strategy now of course this competition with softbank and maybe google so we'll see what happens so what are the synergies the uc with for eisen and the huffington post well the synergies the verizon overseas huge distribution potential for us especially as we are moving more and more into video and they've launched go 90 m creatures they're bobby levin video play and have produced and paid for grade content from from many providers so this is fantastic for half i because it gives us grade distribution what do you think about this whole idea of a wireless company getting into content it's not just for rising it at t it's such an interesting new world balloting it's a very smart move because the world is changing and it's really the vader's their lever that if you don't change fast enough because you're a big successful company as verizon is then too late to change.