35 Burst results for "Arianna"
Peterson, Smith Lead Mets to 5-2 Home Win Over Cubs
"David Peterson earned his first win in exactly two months by allowing just one hit over six shutout innings in the Mets five to win over the cubs Peterson was R. one four with a six point three two ERA in his last nine starts but he allowed just a third inning single to Eric Sogard who me picked up second for the final out of the frame I think it came down to just being able to execute executing pitches throughout the night and I think that led to led to what happened Dominic Smith hit a solo Homer and Kevin pillar added a two run double off loser Jake Arianna as New York beat Chicago at home for the first time in eight games Anthony Rizzo and Patrick wisdom hit back to back homers off Trevor may in the seventh I'm Dave Ferrie
"arianna" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil
"Series and twenty twenty with nicotine to work with them. Checkout out systems dot com for your business ariana. Thank you so much for joining us today. I'm excited away with you. I love what you are doing. And looking forward to our conversation. Drake and i want to cover as much as we can in a limited but able time of your so. I'll start off by approaching. The first topic were word. And i know that you're one of the most influential people in the world. You've run for office. You built a global media empire you have discussions with ios and please a mother. This past year has been difficult on all of us. You wrote an article that i cited collins dictionary and the word that they acknowledged for twenty twenty. They called it lockdown merriam webster called it pandemic was there were twenty twenty. They also acknowledged quarantine a symptomatic and then the oxford english dictionary instead of doing one word to thirty eight page report on how they could possibly you know. Coin twenty twenty for everything that was going on between not just the pandemic but the acknowledgement of further systemic racism. A big time probably the largest presidential election we've had in the modern era. You disagree with all of these choices. There's a single word that sums up twenty thousand for you resonated with me. Do you wanna start there and talk about it yes My word is resilience and it sounds said that word. I would pick for twenty twenty one because what we discovered paw at during the Ordinary pandemic year. Here as you said of incredible law says loss of loved ones. Financial law says disruption. Why do we discover was that building. These inequalities that lead tourism was absolutely essential. I mean really. Philosophers throughout the ages and spiritual teachers have always talked about audi no wisdom and developing inner scales but managing a year like this without resilience was incredibly hard. So in a way is forest pause has demanded of all of us to develop the skills to take bed-time away from are usually frenetic. Breath lives at to learn how to find like to call it. The i in the hurricane and do know that we all have access to that place of peace and strengthen as you know. I don't know anybody who lives there all the time. Certainly not me. But knowing that it's there knowing that who have access to it changes how we approach a life of incredible uncertainty and the and something that's not going to end i mean even when we're out of the pandemic we are going to be in an era of incredible constant change and disruption. I love that you while describing resilience around the capacity to recover quickly from difficulties. You also said it's not just about recovering to where you were. It's about getting forward so not just bouncing back bouncing forward but you also said that resilience is is largely developed. Its its nurtured. it's not by nature. How do people develop resilience. Well one of the things we've found. That thrive with that makes me so optimistic is that you can develop it through micro steps and we call micro steps. You know at too small to fame like bernie me. Daily incremental changes that lead to healthy habits. Connect us to ourselves. The reason why that makes me stop domestic. Is that anything else that demands a big overhaul about resilience are how we how much remove the howie. Sleep seems overwhelming. If i tell you in whatever area you want to work on that you can start so small that you can build these muscles of success and you know as an athlete that when when you begin to build this muscles of success you become are successfully. It's cumulative right for us my favorite microscope and we have hundreds that builds resilience but also can build any has a habit you want is based on the neuroscience that that'll does that it takes sixty to ninety seconds to course correct from stressed. I like to be very practical. And you know stress is unavoidable landowner a single human being that has stress-free existent cumulative dress is avoidable and cumulative stress that's them the let's take something. That must've us who i like it to be able to come home have been experiencing. Which is fatigue you take sixty seconds between zoom. Do get up and stretch to take deep conscious bradstreet. Remember what you're grateful for. Whatever you choose to do it literally moves you from the sympathetic nervous system. The fight or flight to the piracy pathetic narrow system it it releases. The cortisol hormone. It's kind of extraordinary to know that you have this magic power us and at most of our lives. We don't use it. There's something else that you talked about in reference pretty regularly. it's in line with our stress and that's actually designating time to experience that stress. You call it worry time from from a framing standpoint. You're one of the best at reframing areas that are really challenging like we actually try to avoid stress. And you're saying actually paul designate five minutes a day in your calendar to worry. How have you found that successful. When we developed this program called thriving mind would for based on their latest brain research. And what's driving mind does it. It helps you. Assess your stress type. We all have different stress types and and eight bio types as. They called them that they've come up with some mind is to be a roomy nater. Louis nato is somebody who goes over something. I did wrong or i think i said wrong and and goes over and over and over the same thing and it's really exhausting depleting non-productive and now from that rumination tendency my life until i started using this technique is okay when that feeling comes up i call it the voice of obnoxious roommate. Living in my head you know the dow and san judgment. I say okay. We have five minutes at five o'clock that we're going to write all that dow and then it's easier to silence that voice because you're acknowledging it you are not.
The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia
"Arianna. I love the latest book from thrive global your time to thrive and burnout increase. Well being an unlock your full potential with the new science of my kristaps so many good takeaways and especially loved what you wrote about waking up in the morning and the first thing that you did was check your cell phone the impact that that had on you. I'm guilty of doing the same thing. And i bet many of our listeners are so tell us why. This was such an aha moment for you. Well how we start our day and how we end. Our day are sort of pretty critical to the day we have and seventy two percent of people start their day by going to their fall before they're fully away before their feet have hit the ground. So what we recommend. That thrive and this is kind of one of my favorite out of hundreds of micra steps for behavior changes to take sixty seconds. Before you got your fault to be very intentional to focus on your breath to remember coach. Grateful for to fame. Ply- get ready for the day and as you said my call be clear about what your priorities are as opposed to what the world wants to view which is what i've found is for love absolutely starting the day setting your intentions versus what others expect from. You is a big mindshift when we have so much pressure to be productive karen. How is remote work. Changing our definition of what it means to be productive and successful. I think sometimes we get our relationship with success a little bit wrong you know. We have these myths and misconceptions that six asses the result of being always on and working all the time or that success. You know we just work hard enough. It will show up or it's the result of this perfect
Demi Lovato Drops New Album Featuring Ariana Grande
"A whole new album from demi lovato. It's been much teased alongside the new youtube docu series that she has also called dancing with the devil just like her album And there a brand new song on the album featuring arianna guerande her management's cohort with scooter braun. And it's called madam last night. The devil is really having a moment in popular right now. Seriously maybe in very very different ways very different ways so we already talked about a little nasdaq's. We talked about the title of this dummy album. But then this song specifically is referring to meeting satan. So yeah and it's i mean an expectedly incredible vocal from these two. I mean They you know kinda came up at the same time. But i i. We have never gotten a duet from them before and they really lean into you. Know how these two voices sound together. It's a lotta is ing and I think my biggest takeaway from listening to the song is how much i cannot wait to hear it. Sung live because vasic.
Minneapolis police chief takes the stand in Chauvin murder trial
"Police officer accused in the death of George Floyd. Chief Madeira Arianna does saying today despite defense claims, Floyd died from a combination of heart condition, drug use and adrenaline he felt police use of force in the case was excessive when I look at it The Facial. Expression of Mr Floyd that does not appear in any way, shape or form that that is like to moderate pressure videos showing former police officer Derrick Show been kneeling on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes as the black man pleaded for his life sparked international outrage. Children faces murder charges in the case. Prosecutors have contended the force used by the officer was excessive. Democrats say they're now able to use Senate budget rules to
Ariana Grande is the highest paid The Voice coach
"Ariana grande is now if the highest paid coach ever to be on the voice. Let me give you all the dish. So arianna surprised everybody. When she announced she was joining the voice as a coach is going to be joining blake. Shelton john legend and kelly clarkson forsees in twenty one. She said that she's honored and excited to be joining. The voice family has been a huge fan of the show for a very long time. And you can't wait to go head to head with these incredible coaches and get to meet develop and no. Some new artists have fans will be excited to a does really melted down. She's going to be replacing. Nick jonas. This is a huge for the show an nbc. Let me just give you a few statistics here. Just you figure out how big ariana is on spotify. She's the most streamed artists of the deck. She has eighty two million followers on twitter. Which just is to give you. A comparison is almost double blake. John and kelly come bind myself. Says a telling me she's making the most of anybody on the show. Kelly at the moment makes the most she makes fifteen million dollars. They wanted to get her show. Particularly american idol was coming back. Very smart blake. Shelton ends around thirteen million dollars. Adam levine about the same member and miley. Cyrus was on the show. She got about thirteen million dollars to my sources. Tell me that they don't know the specific amount but they believe that ariana grande day could be getting twenty to twenty five million dollars a season which puts her on par. With what katy. Perry's getting at american idol.
Bahrain Grand Prix Qualifying: Should Mercedes be Worried?
"Of the weekend max stock has taken pole and it feels like we have a bachelor hands. What did you think of the stephens. Performance arianna was fantastic today. It really really was. I mean like. I said a few nights ago recorded our hand i've represented. I was always very pessimistic. Is very wary of the potential from his eighties to to come back out of nowhere and stunned the formula one field and maintain its advantage from the previous seasons. But yeah i mean what. What a great drive from vistaprint. The there was a slight a slight down a slight negative aspect to it. It did make a mistake in key. One damaged his car and put not seemingly not enough christie reckons that it costs about one tenth for seconds in terms of each latte did after going over the cubs and damaging his floor. I'm an by By over three tenths of a second so you know he could have been even further ahead. Bob that just shows you how good that packages and and how well see bishop in eastern. It was just a fantastic fantastic drive in and again. Sergio perez out in key to in the other red blue. I mean obviously is a new car concept for him so he's gonna take a little while but it really does again show work good job. Verstappen does yeah definitely but mercedes did look better than what we've seen previously. They seemed like they had improved. Low bet but ozzy said max zappa me was only four. Tenths ahead of lewis. Hamilton and various hamilton. Did say after. He gave everything he had so i not finding hot one qualifying session and we have a very long season ahead. Thought should mercedes be worried. Yeah i think they should be. And i think that that's already so reflected in in the comments that they're making i think by taito wolf. You will boldly more bluntly per lewis hamilton. Coming out and saying well. These changes to the floor. Rose have been done to slow us down. I mean how much straightaway in the press
Coachella is Canceled
"Six day coachella valley music and arts festival which draws around ninety nine thousand people per day to southern california. Each bring has been canceled again. It's country music cousin. Stagecoach has also been axed for twenty twenty one a riverside county health orders said both festivals were quote gatherings of an international scope unquote so too big a risk to take in a state that still battling some of the highest numbers of covid nineteen cases in the country. It's fair to say that the pandemic has not been kind to the live music industry last march. The two biggest concert promoters in north america live nation and aig presents suspended all of their tours saying in a joint statement that they hope to come back in april. Yes april twenty twenty. We all had high hopes back then right well. April came and went and justin bieber did not come to a city near you. Both live nation and eighty g were forced to make significant staff reductions and their executives took deep. Pay cuts and this. Latest cancellation is more bad news for ag presents. Because it's the parent company of voice which put on the coachella and stagecoach festivals together. The festivals were projected to generate more than seven hundred million dollars in overall economic activity in two thousand nineteen over one hundred million of that was expected to be injected back into the economy of indio california where the festivals are held and on top of that. Nine thousand concert goers were expected to stay in nearby airbnb so that number had doubled from twenty seventeen so the coachella cancellation is a loss for g loss for indios economy. A loss for anyone hoping to rent out their house for the festival and well even the artists scheduled to headliner missing out. That's a gig. That reportedly made arianna guerande a cool eight million. According to variety but the cancellation could mean more spending money. In the pockets of disappointed ticket holders the typical coachella attendee spent around twenty three hundred dollars for tickets parking food and merchandise in two thousand eighteen money magazine reported but that money saved is likely not a salve on the burn for folks who've been waiting for a year to go to coachella and we'll have to keep waiting with coachella cancelled. Ag presents is hoping another big name festival. Firefly scheduled for june in delaware doesn't face the same fate and it's already pushed back. It's new orleans jazz fest. From late april to october of this year in hopes that the covid nineteen pandemic will be less of a threat. Meanwhile rival live nation has is on how las vegas is responding the pandemic in hopes that the city is ready to host. Its electric daisy carnival in may and live nation is already rescheduled. Its bonnaroo festival three times. It's on the calendar. Precip timber penciled. In course
Bonding: It's like 50 Shades of Gray... But Funny
"Our first guest star in the netflix. Show bonding which is about a subject. We can't really talk about on a family show. Think fifty shades of grey. But funny. and you're kind of their brendan scannel and matt lucas. Welcome to ask me another high for having us welcome. I just want to start by saying. I love that bonding as a show as a topic exists. Absolutely it's definitely one of the shows where as it was coming out. I was like i wonder how my family is gonna feel about this. I'm like i'm deeply irish. Catholic has eight siblings and my dad has five in all my aunts and uncles are like love that show with all the whips and rather everything. Everything i ever do. I'm half-naked end so at this point. I'm just kind of used to it right at some point. You're like i and a hat that's too much to buy. I know this season. They had this season. They had a like a jumper made for me and with an apron over. And i was like whoa. I'm like i'm clothed. I'm actually fully clothed. Like what a strange turn. Sure all right well. Are you up for some games. Would you guys like to play some games. I love games. That's you do so you're gonna take turns answering questions in this first game. Here's what's going to happen. We're going describe fictional animals as if they were presented at a competition like the westminster dog show so some of these animals are dogs but some of them are not you. Just tell us the name of the animal or the title of the work that it comes from. Okay brendan this is for you next in the working group. We have a great dane who deviates from the breed standard. He's over five feet tall. The judge will never watch gate and look look at this. He's walking on hind legs. Some highly unusual behavior from this dog as he seems to be leaning over to talk to his handler shaggy. Yes he say shaggy. A i mean this has to be miscue be do. I always love the mask. Reveal they would have the double mask reveals to. It was a ghost and then like they took it off and it was someone and they took the mask off. That person someone else surprised at. How many people's first names were old man when we go them. I'm i'm definitely old man. Old man lucas. This one is for you. Okay this entrant. In the herding group was raised on a farm and found his true calling hurting sheet. He looks comfortable in the stack position. But the judge is a little confused by spoofs and curly. Tail says first time here at madison square garden but he seems to be adjusting to being a pig in the city babe pig. I never seen that. It's supposed to be adorable though it is it is pretty. I mean talking animals. I have no problem with talking animals. Yeah and pigs are so key. There's a there's someone in my neighborhood that has a pet pig and they walked i live. I live in the village and new york city. And like there's a person who has a pet pig And he walks the pet pig around my neighborhood. And it's really cute you very nick. I'm in brooklyn. No one has a pet pig. I feel like was something wrong here. Officially bushwick arianna guerande also has a pet pig. Really just out of curiosity. Is the pet. Pay any coats or call that ever. Although i do follow. Listen i'm gonna. I'm going to plug this. I follow this pig on instagram. Because he has an instagram account. Its arms giblet the piglet so you can like actually go check out given the piglet and see what i'm talking about and give you the piglet follows me. I feel very proud of him. That's very nice. Follow back for is give it active does giblet like comment and like what you're up to and i would just expect a lot of like political means. Yeah i guess if you ever get sick of it just like a couple. Bacon jokes over. Yeah all right. Brendan for you now. We have the toy group literally. This junior handler is a precocious six year. Old boy whose conversing with his stuff tiger while walking around the ring perhaps we don't see the tiger the same way he does. Oh i know this. Oh it's philosophers you guys. I'm very young this time it's i forget. Yes calvin hobbes. There you go.
"arianna" Discussed on Cafe con Pam Podcast
"Ariana and i covered a ton of topics during our conversation including my dislike for free. That geilo okay. Let me explain. I don't dislike that gallo. I used to actually actually. I used to really like her. When i was young when i was little. Because she was at the time she was a super strong icon. That was kind of under covered in a way not a lot. Not a lot of people knew who she was. People knew her paintings and they had seen them and there was actually this kind of sense of shame at the time at being this is like twenty years ago. People used to criticize her her art actually a lot back then because they would call like really horrible things like. Oh it's so ugly and she is so like graphic and things like that so one of my aunts actually. She's lover like truly love her and so she had a ton of books from her about her. And i remember going to my grandma's house in her house where they would live and i would dive into the bucks and really get into into reading her story and how she grew up. And how would they got involved in politics and all of these very kind of hidden things that people really don't talk about now and then when it came to the us years and years later. I mean the wave of free. That has really. I would say less than ten years when she started getting very trendy and i started seeing her face everywhere i was like like people don't even know her story. Why do they even care. And i wondered if people actually who she was was she stood for and it really made me question and wonder i mean maybe with a little sense of judgment and of curiosity alike. The people that were selling items. Do they really know what they really know why. She came to be who she came to be. And so then she became very trendy and my love for her really started diminishing because her image became a trendy icon more so than her story so now. When i see free bad things i feel like the power that frida kahlo. And and her story has has been in way reduced because she is now idea or a necklace or purse. And look if you have a business that has all free the stuff keep doing you. Because that's how you make your money and that's awesome for me and this and i'm giving my very personal perspective from someone who grew up reading out of stuff so keep that in mind. My perspective is very very different from people that grew up in the us. And i understand that into. I feel like it's also valid to hear mys- out of this story and if you love me that though if you love her if you really stand by whatever it is that you love about her could to you i send you love and i send you hawks. And that doesn't make your love for hurt at all because at the end of the day. Whoever inspires you and motivates you and moves you to become a better person at awesome. I'm giving my perspective. So i wanna make sure that's very clear that it's it's my own personal opinion now back to when i ran and i talked. I was like all-male rush. I have to be very clear in honest with you. Because i can't lie because integrity is one of my core values and so i told her during the interview i was like i'm not a big fan for that. We talked about it. So because i think it's it's me as an interviewer and as someone who brought an author that writes about the character that i believe has been overdone for me to also state where i stand and arianna and i had a conversation about it and it was great and it was. It was awesome. So i'm grateful that ariana took my challenge with such grace and poise and her response was amazing because all her book is one hundred percent valid. And i actually like the way that she put the perspective that she gave. So it's an even the name of the book right. So what would free that do. And it's almost like embodying what her perspective of free bias. Because arguably i could have a very different perspective of freedom based on the readings that i have done and based on my perspective having grown up in mexico city makes things very interesting layered listeners. So yeah this is. This is a fun conversation so during our conversation aside from free that gallo in her book we also talked about how her bringing informs her work. We talked about heritage. We talked about coming to terms with her story in new york following her gut in her career. We talked about old school mentality. An imposter syndrome. And of course as i've been mentioning talked to her writings about free bat and how she traveled to mexico city to do research and she got to dive into the story in the history of of this character as a great interview. I really enjoyed. I hope you enjoyed it to you. Want to see us. Here's my conversation with ariana. Welcome to come on. Thank you so much for having him so excited for this conversation. I'm excited to tell me let's dive into it. Who's ariana what's your heritage. I'm arianna i am lacombe. Puerto rican. So it's interesting when i asked this question. 'cause offer lesbian is i think a a big term right now and i grew considering myself. My dad's actually african american in my mom's puerto rican so for me. I've been having this like existential question recently. Blake do i consider myself after latina. Do i continue so say black. And puerto rican. Because for me. I feel like sorry. This is a long insecure shortly lung cancer. One thing that. I've been thinking a lot about when it comes to identity is for me acrobat. The has always meant somebody who is an extra laputa and also has the roots or presented as as african or black versus for me. I grew up with breitbart racial experience. My mom is very white blonde. Puerto rican woman and my dad is black and so it's like identity labels is something that i think. I've always thought so much about so. That is a long way to answer your question. I am black and puerto rican. That's where i'm at right now. Now but i love and i think it's important to impact especially because for example. I had the opportunity to interview someone who i considered an afro letting. But she denied densify such she simply said i am dominican and i'm like beg identity is whatever you identify with. I guess we can totally on pack that space where you are currently existing in which is what is his labeling stuff and is it necessary because there's a lot of controversy with the term latin next with it ever let next etcetera etcetera etcetera. All the stuff so you are in the like this space had to get there. Let's unpack it. I mean i think for me like about identity. And where i come from is something. I from literally. As long as i can remember. I grew up in the suburbs outside of baltimore so mostly white community where i grew up in maryland. It was pretty black and white. So there are many latinos period and then the fact that unite brown skin curly hair. My mom is she's puerto rican but his very wet presenting has dyed her hair blonde. Since before i was born i had the experience of boina school kids being like. Is that your nanny or not understanding. What it meant to say was puerto rican in then also a white kids who were dislike always touching my hair and asked me like. We never seen her like this. Not only was. I one person who was very different than everyone else where i grew up but then also was like you know someone who came from two different cultures in some..
Ariana Grande is engaged to boyfriend Dalton Gomez
"Dalton and arianna are engaged. I honestly don't remember what we said. What we cut what we if we lingered on this guy there gomez because there isn't much about him not on interesting but like the internet reveals not much which is judged. Oh he's a real estate agent but member. They met because he sold the house of like one of her business associates and then they met at a party. That was like a jason to like the selling of that house. I'm not going to remember the full story. But that's it and now they're engaged and the story is all about her in the ring. I think that the funny the funniest thing about this on i guess suits our purposes because this guy could not be less relevant last engagement came with so much baggage and so much detail about the other person because he was also a public figure dalton even to like the dolphins stands is like a mystery. We don't need like even they. Those accounts do not know. I don't think a lot about him. And i think that's part of the appeal. It's like oh. She's dating someone who doesn't matter gray. Don't have to pretend to care about this person. Her could just right. We could just focus on her happiness. We want her to be happy. She seems happy great. I don't need to know about the sky as somebody who was like polar opposite of her last catastrophe. Because if like i mean. I don't know if they're opposites like you know in terms of personality they are certainly at. This guy is a true mystery. And he's like industry but he's really not to industry and i think that is she found like a normal kind of i mean he's no like milkman but he's an army compared to her
Ariana Grande Is Engaged Again
"Did arianna finally find the right guy. She announced her engagement. Adulting gomez over the weekend showing off her new bullying. We learn these two. Were dating back in. May after they made an appearance in the video for her song with justin bieber called stuck with you so it's been about two years davidson ended their engagement to ask the hard hitting question. Do we think dalton is the wine first of all before we even get to that. Yeah dalton mp look exactly alike no but arianna rhonda and dalton look exactly alike and by the way for the record. I can't believe i said blink. I just want to move on from that way. I just want to know. I would never say that. They look like just and look at. They look ally scary. That means what that's the one. I saw look alike. it means to make it Have you guys heard the new. Ariana grande album by any chance. No i have not song. It's called positions. It's unbelievable and it's all about having good sex. This woman found somebody who she can connect with on a different level. And for that. I feel if we can connect on that level. Let's take it to the next level and see what else we can connect on this unhappy for her. I know the davidson thing was a whirlwind. But this seems like it's the real thing absolutely feels like the real thing it is. But i keep looking her as a little girl. I know she's she's probably you're right. He's probably having sex up difficult for me. But i mean a beautiful. Did you see the rain raining. Yeah so we're gonna get into that. So arianna said obviously so many high profile romances. Is it smart for her to date somebody who is not in the industry though so. He's obviously not a celebrity. He works in real estate. You feel like that's a better move. I think that's a better move. I also think that is good that he has a little bit of background in the industry. You know he used to be a dancer. He was around celebrity so he understands what it means to be private and to support somebody. But i think one of those special things ever is. This man was friends with scooter. Braun before here on grand they got together. Scooter approves which means is good for the family.
Ariana Grande is engaged to boyfriend Dalton Gomez
"As we are sitting here news just broke that ariana grande as engaged yet again to her life right now. She announced a dalton. Dalton gomez is alive reaction because it's literally just hitting instagram twitter. All right now arianna guerande posted in her latest instagram post. A picture drove forever and then some and a picture of the engagement ring. And i don't know what is happening. I don't know why this is happening. But i would advise ariana grande day to now get engaged again so fast. I don't know. I don't know that's just me. That's my personal opinion. She's happy though in love. We can't like no are anaconda. Don't get engaged. But this didn't work out well last time. And it hasn't really been that long that she's been with dalton gomez so. I don't know why this is happening. Good for them. I guess against my youthful fucking ring. Beautiful ring honestly likely if a ball stomach. It's like have diamond half parole. Show it for the people on youtube. That i am showing the instagram right now. Oh my it's a giant giant oval diamond that like hailey bieber has tilted sideways with a pearl next to it on a very like on a delicate gold. Band it stunning. It's obviously stunning. I've never seen her engagement ring. Where i was like. I want that to be my in during. I've really don't have one in my head. I think one now. I like this a lot. That's i've never seen anything like that with neither of i and i like it a whole lot.
"arianna" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"Try and start their bilingual journey. Watch out world over a big part of this. Podcast is finding inspiration in the lives. Journeys of other latinos and that is exactly what arianna davis does in her new book. What would free to do a guy to living boldly. there's no doubt that. Frida kahlo is a good source for that inspiration. Arianna is to talk about the risky move. That helped her get her foot. In the door at omega zine her decision to leave and then come back and how you cultivate enduring relationships when you work with some of the most powerful women in media.
"arianna" Discussed on Latina to Latina
"You're right anyone yearning for more creatively fulfilling life. Shouldn't strive to emulate or be. Frida the most impactful art is created when you tell your own story. What is the story. Then that you would want to tell me one of my goals in one of the stories. I want to tell through my career as a journalist and a writer is inspiring other women particularly women of color. And i think that. That's that's my point here in drawing from fritos life is not to say. Here's a blueprint of how to live your life. But it's more here's the story of a woman who lived her life boldly very far ahead of her time. And hopefully just by reading restoring gets no her. You'll be inspired to live your own life your own way but boldly treated a mascot a different way. Which is if you were telling your own story. Where would you want that story to begin with being a little girl. I grew up in outside of baltimore. Data's black my mom's puerto rican to grew up by racial. Ed grew up in the suburbs around the white kids and with the private school. So identity for me was always a very complicated thing especially as a kid. And i was also really shy kid and i was the kid who always heather nose in a book so i think my story would probably start with being a little girl and just finding such solace in such escape in the pages of a book. And that's really what i think kick started my love of writing and reading and storytelling and it would then kind of take me through. This journey of wanted to be a writer. Going to penn state in setting journalism thinking that i had to go down the newspaper track because that was what was accessible at the time versus magazines. What i really want always wanted to do. But the road of magazines so inaccessible. It was this glamorous world that only to be frank women who had access privilege and could pay to move to new york city in intern. Not make much money but it was. Thanks to <hes>. I was a scholarship student at penn state in at a dinner that we had the publisher of seventeen magazine spokane. She gave this really inspirational speech. And afterwards you know this was either crazier genius. But i basically would follow her to the bathroom and told her i would love to break in journalism. I would love to be magazines. I asked her business card her name. Is jane jamieson. And once i moved to new york. I reached out. Should we had coffee. She was super helpful and she basically long story short helped me to get my foot in the door and get my resume to apply for postgraduate entertainment oprah magazine and that's really. What kind of kicked off my career
How O Magazines Arianna Davis Made It, on Her Own Terms
"You're right anyone yearning for more creatively fulfilling life. Shouldn't strive to emulate or be. Frida the most impactful art is created when you tell your own story. What is the story. Then that you would want to tell me one of my goals in one of the stories. I want to tell through my career as a journalist and a writer is inspiring other women particularly women of color. And i think that. That's that's my point here in drawing from fritos life is not to say. Here's a blueprint of how to live your life. But it's more here's the story of a woman who lived her life boldly very far ahead of her time. And hopefully just by reading restoring gets no her. You'll be inspired to live your own life your own way but boldly treated a mascot a different way. Which is if you were telling your own story. Where would you want that story to begin with being a little girl. I grew up in outside of baltimore. Data's black my mom's puerto rican to grew up by racial. Ed grew up in the suburbs around the white kids and with the private school. So identity for me was always a very complicated thing especially as a kid. And i was also really shy kid and i was the kid who always heather nose in a book so i think my story would probably start with being a little girl and just finding such solace in such escape in the pages of a book. And that's really what i think kick started my love of writing and reading and storytelling and it would then kind of take me through. This journey of wanted to be a writer. Going to penn state in setting journalism thinking that i had to go down the newspaper track because that was what was accessible at the time versus magazines. What i really want always wanted to do. But the road of magazines so inaccessible. It was this glamorous world that only to be frank women who had access privilege and could pay to move to new york city in intern. Not make much money but it was. Thanks to I was a scholarship student at penn state in at a dinner that we had the publisher of seventeen magazine spokane. She gave this really inspirational speech. And afterwards you know this was either crazier genius. But i basically would follow her to the bathroom and told her i would love to break in journalism. I would love to be magazines. I asked her business card her name. Is jane jamieson. And once i moved to new york. I reached out. Should we had coffee. She was super helpful and she basically long story short helped me to get my foot in the door and get my resume to apply for postgraduate entertainment oprah magazine and that's really. What kind of kicked off my career
Indian police agree to allow protesting farmers into capital
"Thousands of angry farmers faced tear gas and batons charges from police today as they resumed their march to the capital. Pro testing new laws they fear will give more power to corporations and reduce their earnings. Farmers began their march to New Delhi Thursday to mom pressure on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government to abolish the laws but were stopped by large numbers of security personnel in riot gear. The last two months. Farmers unions unwilling to accept new legislation have camped on highways in Punjab and Arianna States.
The Michelle Carter Case
"In westport massachusetts with his mother and sisters that day. Conrad's mother lynne. Never suspected he was considering suicide. She knew he'd seemed presley but as they walked along the shore she and conrad joked about the bathing suits they saw. They discussed his scholarship to fitchburg state university. Conrad took his sister's out for ice cream. Lynn leader said. I thought he was doing great before. I continue with conrad psychology. Please note that. I am not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist but i have done a lot of research for the show. According to the american foundation for suicide prevention one of the warning signs of suicide is a sudden improvement in mood. medical news. Today has reported that this mood shift may occur because the afflicted individual feels relieve that they've come to a decision conrad perhaps seemed calmer and more relaxed to his family because he felt glad in the moment that he was nearing the end the looming decision hadn't been made even as conrad spent the day with his family. He continued text. Michelle for most of that afternoon. Conrad shell that. He felt worried and stressed but he was still committed to going through with his plan around six o'clock pm. Conrad told his mother. He was going out to visit his arianna. She asked if he'd be home for dinner. He told her that he didn't think so. He also texted michelle to tell her that he was leaving. Conrad drove to a k. Mart parking lot and fairhaven massachusetts. He sat in his truck as it slowly filled with carbon monoxide. Just before six thirty he called michelle and they spoke for forty three minutes before disconnecting at seven twelve pm. Michelle called him back. She was on the phone with him for another forty seven minutes until conrad cell phone ran out of batteries. There are no recordings of these phone calls and it's not clear what they talked about but later michelle would confess to a friend that at one point conrad got scared and left the truck to get some fresh air. Michelle told him to get back inside. Conrad listened to her. He got back in the truck then remained there until he died when they hung up at around eight pm. Michelle immediately texted to friends and told them she was afraid. Conrad had killed himself. She neglected to mention that she'd been in on his plan or that she had encouraged him to do it afterward. Michelle tried calling conrad again. The call went straight to voicemail. She continued to call him more than twenty times and received no response. She texted him asking if he was okay after months of conrad suicidal talk. She seemed unconvinced that he might actually be dead eventually. Michelle tried texting. Conrad sister camden asking if she knew where. Conrad was camden. Assume that conrad was at their father's house and michelle apparently believed her. She immediately texted. Conrad i thought you actually did it. She also told him that since he hadn't gone through with suicide. Maybe it was time for him to finally get help. of course. conrad didn't respond the next morning july thirteenth. When conrad didn't return home his mother reported him missing to the police and his family went out looking for him that afternoon. Police discovered conrad's truck parked in the k. Mart with his body inside they also found his phone sitting next to him. Although conrad's death was not at that time considered suspicious. Police decided to confiscate his phone. They thought it might give them answers as to why conrad had taken his own life. In the meantime conrad's family grieved loss on july nineteenth. They held his funeral. Which michelle attended. Some of the family members recalled that she acted oddly. Asking conrad sisters for some of his belongings and even requesting to keep some of his ashes. Conrad's friend arianna said. She sat close to where the family area was. I always described her. Seen as the grieving widow. She was constantly sobbing. She made a scene that evening after the funeral. Michelle texted conrad's phone and made her feel better to text him even though
Mariah Carey Sets ‘Magical Christmas Special’, Featuring Ariana Grande & More
"Carey and arianna grandy argon collaborate. On some sort of christmas christmas things were inching closer and closer towards the holiday season. When you think. Christmas come on after santa. You think mariah carey we have to. She's got a new holiday special. And she's got some great performance in it including ariana grande dame jennifer. Hudson snoop dogg or. That's going to be fun. It adds on december four th on apple tv also to guest stars include tiffany haddish also to her two twins against make an
Interview With TripleLift Founder And CSO Ari Lewine
"Our Hawaiian is chief strategy officer and CO founder triple lift. An eight year old programmatic advertising technology company triple lift has developed at products that have a closer match to the look feel and voice. But. Wide Range of media types and environments sounds like native. That's what they do They also support video in ot advertising and have other initiatives as well. Excited to have Arianna talk about some of that I reached out to our because I think he has a unique. Perspective on. Programmatic advertising at the current state of digital advertising overall that sometimes runs against the the larger narrative which is, which can be a negative narrative at times. So I'm looking forward to chatting him with him about that as well. Ari Welcome. Thank you so much act I'm delighted and honored to be here. Great to have you here Let's have a minute on you I. You got into start up stuff like right out of college. Is that right? Yeah. Even actually in college I. Ran My first startup analysis seventeen years old where I was really fortunate to be at a school that took entrepreneurship really seriously in fact, I I majored in entrepreneurship which is hard to believe as even a thing. And there were local businesses on my campus. I was able to as able to buy one into one of them. That did local shipping and storage, and so I got sort of taste in above that is still with me to this day building businesses from the ground up and just trying to make customer super happy. And we're your parents entrepreneurs have how did you get this bug? Yeah. So my parents are also entrepreneurs preneurs They started something on the order a dozen different companies. Many of them, not successful. And so I got to sort of see that growing up what I think is really important. It's like being around that failure from a young age and not having any stigma towards it was really impactful for me because. It shows that it's okay. As long as You keep trying my parents certainly keep trying in in some of them. Worked out okay and so I was fortunate to be in the sort of like environment where starting businesses was normal and expected in my parents very much supported me even at very young age when I tell them, this is what I want to do with my life I want to be an entrepreneur. And did they. Actively, encourage you was a kind of A. Son You're going to be startup founder. Yeah. It wasn't like you know. Jewish boy, and so the first inclination was to be neurosurgeon button when I got a D. on my first bio exam I think entrepreneurship became the clear path and it's funny because I was just going through things of my childhood from home and apparently when I was four years old, we went to FAO Schwarz he'll toy store and they printed. Out A car said Arlo an entrepreneur and so I think clearly there was there was maybe some program going on from a young age that that this was a path that they would like to see me go down and I've been very fortunate to be able to do it. I think it's like one of the most wonderful things that's happened because Entrepreneurship for many isn't considered a path at all like when you go to college or when you're young that isn't a thing that you think about you often think about professions that have a very clear path. And Entrepreneurship is not a clear path. So I would I try and do now in my clinical free time is I'm help other spying entrepreneurs. With their path towards entrepreneurship because I think, it's one of the most wonderful fans. That's Kinda funny. Hey honey sign's kind of a poor student. Push them towards the Internet. Yeah. That's where he belongs. No, that's great and Tacos through these couple of jobs you had before founding triple, you were head of business, development, oyster dot, com what was that all about? So Dot Com was a hotel review site that was subsequently acquired by trip advisor and a really beautiful idea which is people spend a lot of money on vacations and the worst thing that can happen is you get there and the hotel is not what you expected or paid for. And so the idea was to send a undercover reporters to full real expose on what the hotel is actually like with real unadulterated unedited photos and Iran monetization there. So this was a really crazy experience where they were publisher and I was twenty years old. They brought me on to make money from ads and I didn't know anything about online advertising. I just graduated college. And it was still the middle of the recession. and. So what I what I did is basically called up at that time it was ad networks. And I asked to speak with the product folks and I would just pepper them with hours of questions about how their technology worked, how the relationships of publishers and advertisers work. Essentially, I was able to learn from them how the industry worked at that time. There wasn't the wealth of knowledge of the sort of add exchanger dot com, a publications that we have today, and so one of the only way to learn about it was from other people and I was able to learn basically from the partnerships in vendors use are the publisher side and so. I started on the publisher cited from there I went to APP nexus. which became clear because when I was at one of the things I was doing all the time was you know in my lunch breaks I would log into DSP and start changing the line nine of prioritization across the different campaigns and ad networks I was working with. So I, was looking at who is paying me the that day and I would tweak the waterfall
Ariana Grande Says She’s Releasing a New Album This Month
"Grande announced today that she's releasing new music this month so earlier this month They share that she was finishing up new material. The last time we got new music from Arianna, at least officially with just her was her album. Thank you. Next recorded in February and released in 2019. She has dueted with Lady Gaga since then. So new music to look forward to it
The Shady World Of Call Center Work
"Many of America's best known companies figured out a way to cut customer service costs. They've been doing this for years they classify customer service workers as contractors and have them work from home Amanda Iran Chick of NPR's planet money reports on potentially illegal business model. When Yvonne. Quarter I heard about arise virtual solutions. She was trying to find a way to home school her kids arise Zane worked from home pioneer. It's been around since the late nineteen ninety S, and it offers the opportunity to get paid to customer service work from home to me. It just released sounded like it was fun in an easy way to make money maybe not quite so easy quarter had to. Pay For three months training clause she bought herself a headset computer installed a new phone and fax line. So for a few years there if you were to call up Disney dining, you're gonna get me outside little. Rock Arkansas right now, quarter didn't work for Disney dining and by the way, Disney did not respond to our requests for an interview and she didn't exactly work for arise either she was an independent contractor. So she wasn't entitled to things like paid sick days. There is one point I was so sick I had a hang up on one of my Disney guests I had to throw up they're like, well, you need to schedule time off and I'm like what? It makes no sense quarter isn't the only one wondering about all this Arianna Tobin is a propublica reporter whose team spent over a year investigating work from home call centers arise to hire agents are is only will contract with what they call an independent business. A lot of the time it's just one person arise shifts a lot of training and gear costs from a Disney. Onto the customer service Rep, what you hear them say is we quote unquote squeezed the wastage out of your employment costs arise told us in a written statement that they've built a platform where agents can choose when where, and how often they work. But Labor Lawyers Shannon Lewis reardon argues that's not quite true in reality she says, arise maintains a lot of control over these workers. The really more like employees than contractors they've been mis classified the misclassification. The umbrella issue here list weirded is like lawyer famous for fighting cases against UBER LIFT DOOR DASH and other GIG economy companies. She says misclassification is increasingly common and she's fought a series of these kinds of cases against a rise. She's not allowed to say exactly how many though because deep inside the contracts of the Asian sign it says, if you have a problem with the rise, you have to go through private arbitration. It's basically like a private court you go to a private decision. Maker not a regular judge. The whole thing is confidential. Basically, what happens in private court stays in private court arbitration as a very effective means of companies keeping their workers in the dark about their legal rights. So people like von Quarter had no idea that some of her fellow arise customer service agents had filed complaints against the company. I didn't know there were so many other people that were going through the same thing feeling the same thing and based on Propublica is reporting many of the WHO fought arise one their cases according to an American Bar Association report from earlier in the year, the use of mandatory private arbitration has been increasing dramatically over the past three decades Amanda Renchik NPR news.
"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 KIIS 102.7
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"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.