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"huffington" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

07:04 min | 3 months ago

"huffington" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"Athletes out there. The note that you gave us around joy not being able to co exist with negative fought. Rumination is When you're ruminated on the floor. One of the things. I picked up from jay williams was one of the great set. Duke basketball player ashamed batty in the coach k. Era of of winning a bunch of championships. He talked about their captain. Shane batty a and how he would pull jay out of his negative experiences by supporting him and then he told jay one way to get out of these negative. Rifts that you're in as a player is to go pat another teammate. on the back because when we're celebrating them it's that same inexperience of being able to ruminate in our in our bad performance. So one of the quick hacks so to speak. If if we're all on the path to figuring out how to minimize our internal mammoths is go support other people share and share thanks and gratitude for their plays and it gets you off of your downward spiral obsolete big believer in that in fact. It's kind of amazing how much we can learn from osceola athletes. Who are ahead of the rest of us. A recognizing that first of all peak performance cycles alternate with recovery cycles. That's very new for the corporate world. But you guys who had to perform at these incredible rates you know you have the scars to show who they you are ruminating on our when you had drunk too much the night before or not slab to now. These things are not hidden. Yeah there's also an instant feedback loop in sports and that every weekend. Our performance is judged based on a binary outcome and that's why frankly a lot of athletes chow are challenged to transition away from sport into life. Is that life is far more fluid and gray and we're used to knowing a result and so much that it's you know i i feel it's one of the reasons why the american culture had such a long path to embracing global football. Soccer is that you can tie and like americanism is like how could you tie right. It's impossible but like we live in a world of ties and compromise. And so this is why a lot of this stuff is particularly interesting for me. I have a question tied to your hard-charging entrepreneurial career building huffington post pre thrive. You were working eighteen hour days seven days. A week i have asked workplace psychologists sports psychologists my therapists other athletes. Is it possible that been in reverse order for you. And ariana started thrive before huffpost. Could she have built huffpost into one of the three largest news media sources at one point in time could she have sold it for three hundred and fifty million dollars to were. Is that just kind of the trajectory of one thing leading to the other. It's the kind of the age old michael jordan question for him to be the greatest ever did. He have to sacrifice relationships in that cutthroat nature. That's fantastic question. And thank you for asking it. Because i will say no. In my specific an instance first of all my collapse from burnout and exhaustion happened in two thousand seven. I launched the huffington post in two thousand five. All the success of the having been buzzed happened after two thousand seven. So am even even with dean. The small case. Study of the huffington. Post the truth as that. When i started recognizing that when i took care of myself i didn't power through exhaustion. I made better decisions hours much clearer. About what we had to do. I saw important to underline that because we are living in this culture that really steamed gam arises the founder. You know the founder archetype is someone who never sleeps. The lights are always on and then has this huge success. But we see in some instances. I mean that was on the board of ober and we saw how that burnout culture led to so many problems that nearly derailed the company and we see in this pack that three quarters of startups fall. Fay so maybe even start up. Enterpreneurs did not buy into this culture of driving. Yes al through exhaustion. They would make better decisions and fewer startup sued fe. But definitely my case. I'm without really any question. Managing my energy lead to better decisions and that applies to everyone. I liked that a lot. Our ability to manage our energy versus thing about managing our calendars. Yeah that That resonates and i get that question. A lot area where You know it's part of a pleasant trie. Zoom call with a potential partner is like when in the day. Do you sleep paul. Yeah and i'm going to start telling people actually sleep plenty sleep eight hours and this is more about our energy management. Because you know you know. I know that when i'm sleep deprived. I'm the worst version of myself. I'm left creative. I'm less empathetic. And also i don't have the joy that i love having in my life i mean i i now josh. My day based not just on hyperactive. I was because frankly. That's kind of table stakes. Mean you know you productive. I know i can be productive. Who else like. I be really creative and innovative. Can i also find joy in what. I'm doing for and sort of very important barometer of how i'm doing amazing well on the energy front and on the time front as well You've spent a a a a large amount of it with us today and on my gratitude journal tonight i'm going to Write down that. I had a conversation with huffington. So thank you so much for sharing this hour ride. That i had a conversation. We've you. I love the thank you so much We would love to. Joe what you're doing on thrive and inspire others and i look forward to meeting each other when the pandemic is over. Absolutely thank.

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"huffington" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

07:27 min | 3 months ago

"huffington" 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.

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"huffington" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

02:07 min | 3 months ago

"huffington" Discussed on Suiting Up with Paul Rabil

"The leader fifteen total. It's coming to an end. I'm your host paul rebel. If the huffington post sounds familiar to you well it should. It's one of the largest media companies in the world. Ariana huffington who were lucky to sit with today started that company in two thousand five when she sold her company. Aol in two thousand eleven. She stayed on as the editor in chief then continued her entrepreneurial career by founding and inevitably becoming the ceo of thrive global and she's authored fifteen books along the way she's business person that i deeply admire of course because of the organizational structure. She's put into place but also because of her thought leadership ariana's brilliant and caring. She's practical an empathetic in a world. That really has never felt as politically divisive as today. Ariana has tended to a career on the right independent in on the left. She even once ran for governor of california as an independent is with that that she's equipped with both the action and communicative skills needed for effective and desperately needed public discourse today. Her life's work has culminated in a place where she can lend helpful and caretaking advice to all of us on what it means to be successful no matter where we are and the journey that lies ahead a known to us from familial relationships to tonic. Romantic we discussed the importance of personal well-being. I if you can't take care of yourself. How can you expect to be there for others. This episode is packed with her tips and quick shout out to adam grant and organisational psychologists famously known and former guest on the show for introducing us so that we can have this conversation. I often discuss the power of kindness in relationships. How one leads to the other. And i'll be the first to say that the greatest benefit from launching this show and seventeen has without a doubt been spending time with these brilliant guests and sometimes for the first time. Here's episode thirteen featuring entrepreneur author media mogul mother and.

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The Age of Remote Work: Arianna Huffington and Karen Mangia

Blazing Trails

02:00 min | 3 months ago

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

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Cuomo refuses to resign despite calls from top New York Democrats

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

02:29 min | 5 months ago

Cuomo refuses to resign despite calls from top New York Democrats

"York's democratic governor. Andrew cuomo is in water that appears to be getting deeper and hotter all the time after the publication of along investigative piece by rebecca traced her a new york magazine today. Basically a long form review of the work culture in cuomo's office and his administration and reporting on a litany of women who have worked for him who say he has behaved inappropriately toward them in the workplace tonight both. Us senators from new york. Democratic senate leader chuck schumer and democratic. Senator kirsten gillibrand kirsten gillibrand. Both have called for governor cuomo to resign from the governorship senator schumer gillibrand join a majority of the overall congressional delegation from new york in now calling for cuomo to step down. This is the front page huffington post tonight quote. It's over schumer and jill brand coal for cuomo's head now the photo. There is one of an odd series of reuters photographs. Taken today at the governor's mansion apparently from quite a distance in these photos. The governor is seen walking around talking on a cell phone while wearing a blanket. Also his it should be noted. He's in the company of a really quite amazing looking. Good dog but why. The governor's wearing a blanket. Nobody knows the news of senator. Schumer and senator gillibrand joining the pile on now demanding. Cuomo's resignation is front page news all over the country tonight so far cuomo himself is showing no signs of heating these demands for his resignation if he refuses to resign ultimately the only way he can be removed from office against his will before the next election of course is by impeachment as we reported here last night. Democrats in the state legislature in new york have announced the opening of an impeachment inquiry targeting cuomo acid yesterday. If they do impeach him in the assembly he will then go on trial in the new york senate where a majority of new york senators have already called on him to resign thus making it seem more than just likely that he would be convicted in the senate and removed from office if the assembly goes ahead and impeach him but again that process has just starting and again. Lots of calls tonight. That this news. About senator. Schumer and senator gillibrand means. It is over for governor. Cuomo seems disagree. We will let you know if the story develops further over the course of the night. It's a fair bet that it will. We will let you know

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Sharon Kwon Addresses Asians Being Overlooked IN America

Asian America: The Ken Fong Podcast

04:12 min | 5 months ago

Sharon Kwon Addresses Asians Being Overlooked IN America

"My guest today is sharon kwan. She's a psychotherapist. For asian american bi coastal and immigrant individuals and families struggling with racial trauma and identity at yellow chair collective. She's also a psychiatric social worker at an la county. Department of mental health contracted nonprofit agency serving foster families and youth. And the reason why. I invited sharon to rush to the microphone and And come out on. This episode is because she recently wrote a piece for huffington post about what a lot of people don't understand or appreciate about what. It's like being an asian in america in twenty twenty one and that piece that she has written has really gone viral. I posted it. A number of my Facebook friends have shared it on their walls and a number of them have said sharon has expressed what i been feeling lay entire life but didn't know how to put into words. So that's a pretty grand introduction for ucla that at your relatively young age that you have been able to put your finger on something that a lot of us. Asian americans feel. But we don't know harder articulate. So i want to welcome you to our show. Thank you so much. I feel honored to be here. I want to begin by you sharing the story that you start off your peace with and we'll see where it goes from there so tell us this story so my friends and i. We got recalled an uber to go to a laker game. And we're a pretty diverse group. You know is very reflective of the diversity of los angeles and immediately when we got in the car. The driver asked us all where we're from and it was very casual and we were all just like you know around here. But then he singled me out. He said a weight but not you. And he pointed to my eyes and did the whole like slanty. I think yeah which again i have been. I've received that so many times throughout my life and it was just the similar feelings of discomfort and just like why this again and then he says you know not you. You're not from here. Where are you really from. Which i feel like is a question that a lot of asian americans identify with as just like by asking that question. It automatically asserts that you're not from here in the circles that i run in That's called being a perpetual foreigner. Right i mean you were born in great came here at three years old. My grandparents came in the early part of the twentieth century. Okay so i. My parents were born here like i only have one language english. My dad fought in world war. Two and yet. I still get asked that question right. And for those who aren't asian american. Who are listening. This is what sharon and i are talking about. Is this no matter how long you've been here no matter how american you are because we don't look anything close to white Then we're always going to be seen as you're not really a true america. You're not really from here. So where you from. Because of this i have spent so much of my time here. Just trying to prove to everyone and myself that i am american. It's led to some inevitable whitewashing inevitable assimilation that. You know. I'm not proud of. But i also feel like i had no choice. I wanted to fit in. I wanted to be seen as an american. But got to the point. Where i realized wow no matter what i do no matter how perfect. My english is no matter how you know that. Been to school here. My entire life like no matter all of this. No matter who my friends are people are always going to see me as

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Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

Jonny Gould's Jewish State

03:45 min | 5 months ago

Bristol's Jewish students fight for their University's reputation

"Hi my name is. And i'm a final year english literature student at the university of bristol. And my spare time. I also freelance. And i've written articles for the telegraph the times the independent huffington post what is regional papers and i also am features editor of the top bristol So the last two years being jewish student has been quite hard at university of bristol as a result of elektra a sociology professor called professor dave Because in his class he teaches and matic conspiracy theories about jewish organizations. He has a lecture in his home against powerful module where he accuses zionism as being one of the five pillars phobia and he implies using this sort of weighed conspiratorial web that israel on british jewish organizations have a malign influence on british government. And sort of in that slide. He touches on a series of consoles tropes about jewish people and two years ago. My best friend nina freedman. Who was then president of bristol. Jason is now you diaz president-elect made a complaint against david miller on years later in the university still hasn't done anything about it and hasn't advised or supported jewish students in any way but the situation picked up again. I'm a week or two weeks ago. Because david millar appeared in a video where he said that zionism we must cool front end design. Ism were in. He touched on several of the anti semitic tropes of course it really is of course some people into target to join us at in relation to this community in particular done. This through interfaith were pretending that jesus was working together. We'll be an apolitical way of countries. Ism stylings though. It's is the horse for normalizing zionism in the community. I in islamic mosque for example where. The mosque unknowingly held this project of chicken soup with a together. This is really backed project to normalize is within the muslim community. And they're doing that time. During the attack on cobra on this sort of started a new upper on twitter and reaganite hit the movement to get david miller removed from bristol. University campus clinician nasty. Seeing jews everywhere even in loction soup made in mosques while bashing corbin the share arrogance of this man and in one glib soundbite he opposes generations and generations of jewish teaching centuries of daily prayers which users sites to return to. Zion is car us special envoy in combating antisemitism until january. Twenty twenty one. Sinus didn't start in nineteen forty eight zionism spring out of the first zionist cows. Zionism was born in russia. When god says to abraham go forth to a land that i will show you. Zionism reached its consummation in the exodus. When moses let the jewish people to the promised land and zionism found one of its clearest expression

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Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

Eric Metaxas

00:38 sec | 6 months ago

Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

"The U. S. Capitol. Police investigating whether GOP representative Andy Harris of Maryland attempted to bring a gun onto the House four. Bernie Bennett has the story following the siege at the capital earlier this month. Magnetometers and other security measures have been installed outside of the chamber. A reporter for the Huffington Post witnessed Harris setting off the metal detectors as he attempted to enter the chamber on Thursday. In an officer with a metal detector wands scanned him. Ah, firearm was detected on Harris. Aside, concealed by his suit coat, lawmakers are allowed to carry guns in their office and on the Capitol grounds. They're forbidden from bringing firearms onto the house

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Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 6 months ago

Maryland lawmaker said to have tried to bring gun onto House floor

"Investigating whether GOP representative Andy Harris of Maryland Attempted to bring a gun onto the house for Wednesday correspondent Marnie Bennett with detail following the siege at the capital earlier this month. Magnetometers and other security measures have been installed outside of the chamber. A reporter for the Huffington Post witnessed Harris setting off the metal detectors as he attempted to enter the chamber on Thursday. When an officer with a metal detector wands scanned him. A firearm was detected on Harris. Aside, concealed by his suit coat, lawmakers are allowed to carry guns in their office and on the Capitol grounds, But they're forbidden from bringing firearms onto the house floor. Bernie Bennett in

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Tom Bilyeu ON Why Passion Is For Wimps!

Leadership and Loyalty

06:51 min | 7 months ago

Tom Bilyeu ON Why Passion Is For Wimps!

"As leader whether you're a ceo someone in the c. Suite sales later on in a leader in any capacity you know that today entrepreneurs canada rockstars of the millennial generation. But you've heard me say so many times that i believe that entrepreneurship business leadership about something far greater the money mo- more important becoming the next entrepreneurial unicorn it's about purpose and a successful business kellyanne. If you're in touch with your purpose become a way for you to positively impact the world. I'll guess today is tom billion now. He's the co founder of the two thousand fourteen inc. Five hundred company quest nutrition. It was a unicorn startup. Valued at over one billion dollars. He's the co founder and host of impact theory tons mission is the creation of empowering media based ip the acceleration of mission based businesses. Tom is driven to help. People develop the skills they need to improve themselves in the world and is intent is in using commerce and to address the joe. Pandemic of physical and mental malnourishment. Tell me regularly inspiring audiences of entrepreneurs change makers thought leaders at some of the most prestigious conferences and seminars around the world including abundance three sixty eight fast and freedom fastlane. So i'm has also been a guest on some crappy little show. What was his name some guy. We talked to tell you podcast. He's been at the school of greatest podcast and he's been featured in forbes inc and success and the huffington post and he's currently on the innovation board x prize foundation so lease and gentlemen. Please live the be here man. Thank you so much. Thanks really appreciate you being on now. Listen i know you've done frigging thousands of views i have to. We've been doing it for years. There's some really important things you like to talk about. talk about. And we'll definitely get to however a lot of the things that you're asked podcasts. The tom bill. You fans of bowed many many times and so i want to dive deep. Is that all right man. Please statement somewhere new love good so the first thing i wanna do is a kind of style from the obvious and then go a little bit more so we talked about the question nutrition. It was his unit. Con- up blah blah blah. It's the stuff. That leonard on the tony robbins podcast But you didn't start out being a business builder and entrepreneur. You start out with something that might in fact seemed like the polar opposite of the pat success. Which was your lover. Phil and you went to film school. How did your family feel about you tripping the light brand tacit rather get yourself a good steady job I think that you know my mom lived in constant and still does quite. Frankly live in a constant state of panic that i was going to do nothing with my life that i would Be unhappy in some way and so she worried but very quietly so when i was a kid she was very encouraging. Wanted me to go chase my dreams and so i didn't grow up with that like pressure from my parents or anything. They wanted to see me happy. I was very passionate about film making. They could see my excitement. They wanted to see me. Pursue it So they were very encouraging about that. My dad is. I got towards graduation. Film school he sent me starting at month. Six or five hundred member exactly my senior year. It was five more months four months three more months one month at two when he was not going to be helping me financial anymore so literally the day. I graduated I had no more assistance from my family so that was actually great so from that perspective. He didn't have too many concerns Because he just believed. I would somehow figure it out. So that long story but took me through my remedial jobs phase where you know barely making ends meet but i made some I made some what ended up being quite smart decisions around managed apartment complexes and things like that really cheap rent as why was while you were in films who know right after i graduated. Put again as about weirdness right like all you went to film school you went to film school. I assuming you want to make films and managing apartments. It's a weird mix. I mean we know people go into the arts often wait tables. You managed apartments. That must've been that entrepreneurial spirit in you as well even doing that film time. it's interesting. there really wasn't and i. I am by nature. I am the world's worst entrepreneur. I don't have any real entrepreneurial Instincts in me so even the apartment managing thing was was totally an accident. It was me capitalizing. An opportunity that presented itself and that i will say i've been good in my life about winning opportunity presents itself. I take that opportunity But if that one hadn't fallen in my lap than that it's terrifying to think what the outcome would have been. So when i went to film school i thought that i would. I was showing real promise zone school. And i thought that i had natural talent for it and that shows you my mindset. I was very focused on what what comes naturally to me and so i thought it maitlis gifted filmmaker and so the first half of them school. I did very very well. And then i got selected as one of the four people to direct senior thesis film. Which is a big deal and so when it happened was like oh my god. I'm like bud shows. I'm literally one of four people chosen to direct this film. And i'm gonna make this. It's going to be amazing. i'm gonna go out. I'm gonna get a three picture. Deal from hollywood off the back of how good this film is going to be. And and my life will be. That's literally what i was thinking. And i showed up on the first day of domain with virtually no preparation and to give i wrote the script like to the minute that it was due so a couple of hours before. I jot something down which only feeds ending it gets elected which only feeds into. I'm just naturally good at this. So i roll up onset completely unprepared and i fail miserably very publicly incredibly embarrassingly and then that shakes my whole world and makes me realized that i am. I am not a talented filmmaker like that was the hard realization that i had phase at that moment.

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Awakening Your Inner Wisdom With  Laurie Seymour

Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner

04:23 min | 10 months ago

Awakening Your Inner Wisdom With Laurie Seymour

"Let's meet Laurie. Seymour. Laurie is the host of wisdom talk radio and founder and CEO of the Baka Institute. She works with professional innovators thought leaders product designers company Founders and her work accelerates the time from ideation to implementation and revenue while also opening the innovator to new levels of confidence peace and satisfaction, or you could also be found as a writer on The Huffington Post the Elephant Journal positively positive one wise light and cut. She is a contributing author in the Amazon. Number one bestseller the system of midlife women too and the Amazon number one international bestseller 365 ways to connect with your soul. Let's meet Laurie Seymour. Well, welcome extraordinary women radio Laurie. Well, thank you Kami. I am really Jazz to be here. It's funny. I'm not usually nervous. I've done so many of these I have my own, you know, I am interviewing but there's a little there's a little buzz of something here today. Well, it's funny you say that cuz I've been really excited and nervous to be on your show as well. So I think that must be something I think I think we both have I think when we met each other and we discovered the work that we're both doing even though we both live here in Colorado. There was this this like we were supposed to meet so, yeah. Yeah. No, I think it's really exciting that we have matching and it's it's fun that you know, even when I started looking through the different connections that we have a lot of the same connections and song. How living in the same in the same area. We've missed getting to know each other. So I'm super excited excited to introduce you to my audience and share your work with with all of our lives. Thank you. Thank you. I'm excited to be here for for you for your listeners. And that will get to do the do it the other way very soon. Yes. Yes. So bow, are you holding up during these times? It's crazy times right now. They are such big time. It is such a big time and and even with everything that we could list. I'm aware even in the last few days that the energy has ramped up to another level and I've been waking up in the middle of the night or even wake me up at the beginning and I feel like I don't know what the day is about. I don't know what my life is about and usually I'll spend time asking questions. Like what is today about him, you know bringing through what I'm eating this feels like I'm in a new process and that I'm just I mean the unknown I felt alarmed Of just turning in and really listening and you know getting out my pendulum and playing with what messages are. You know, what what messages am I supposed to hear and where is what say yes or no, and I've actually been making a lot of decisions this last this last week, which is I think part of this whole big ship is making the decisions right making the decisions that are important for where we're going, you know into the next several months into the next year until beyond that. What do you hope? What is your hope for our world as wage? We move through this very important time. Well, I love what you were just saying about making decisions because so much of I think what the work that both of us do is about how do you make decisions and good meaning right for you? My hope is is a lot about moving beyond separation as human beings because we come into a job. World were so focused on being in and of the world that there's a way that we often forget and we'll end or separate from her own knowing of her off our our own recognition. And and so we spend all this time. I want to say forgetting and then we've got to learn once again how not to be separate from our own true self. And in that then we can go beyond the separation between all between everyone between all sorts of

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The (Urgent) Call to Slow Down

Optimal Living Daily

04:33 min | 1 year ago

The (Urgent) Call to Slow Down

"The urgent call to slow down by. Emma shy above simple slow lovely dot. com. I grew up believing that achievement was a sought after virtue that perfection was to be chased at all costs to slow down and rest was for the week and only acceptable for seven to eight hours of the day. I know that this kind of striving was setting me up to fail this kind of striving didn't leave room for anything but business. At thirty two hours enrolled in a master's degree training, an ultra marathon working fulltime, and learning how to be a mom to my two year old I'll spread too thin and I had no healthy stress relievers at thirty two and many times before as being called urged even by my body and my circumstances to slow down, I wished I'd listened. When Ariana Huffington founder of the Huffington post collapsed on the floor of her office bedroom she blamed burnout and exhaustion her bestseller. The sleep revolution was born out of this experience and a call to rest to slow down. If we consistently ignore the call to slow down, there's a good chance. We will become a statistic if we don't get the rest we need it's likely. We will develop chronic health conditions performed poorly in our work and increase risk of injury and even fatality. Fast and furious are not the only options living life running from one thing to the next doesn't have to be or default a slower more meandering approach is possible but you have to be radical you have to be different and you need to start now. How to answer the call to slow down. Living a more simplified life is a journey and it's not always going to be an easy one. We're constantly pulled in other directions by a culture that is built on speed outcomes and more more more. Slowing down is an iterative process techniques and tricks for living slower that were today might not work for you next. We have to be open to trying new things and taking chances and adjusting course where necessary. Decrease your expectations. One of my biggest roadblocks a slowing down is myself I'm off in my own worst enemy when it comes to keeping things slow and simple slowing down is not just about saying no to others it's also about saying no to myself. No I don't need to make the house perfect every morning before I leave it. No I don't need to serve a three meal when we have visitors. No I. Don't need to Bake for school lunches every week and these nose make way for a few yeses. Yes. I can give myself an extra ten minutes stretch. Yes. I can relax when I have friends over and yes, I can let go of the expectations I. have of myself to provide perfectly for my kids all the time. Increase Self Care. Slowing down looks a lot like self care for me being a highly sensitive person busy schedules increased my anxiety and make me feel overwhelmed very easily. My answer the call to go slower by upping myself care rituals and routines more cups of tea long runs, lighting my favorite candle and honoring my body's need to immerse in nature. Allowing Myself. These small pleasures is my way of putting down busy schedules and putting myself back in the picture self care activities have the ability to rewind the negative effects of a busy stress life. If we are consistent in our approach, ten minutes of yoga stretching every day while have a greater long-term benefit, then a massage and facial once every few months. Opt Out to slow down. You can answer the call to slow down by opting out opt out of potluck dinner with the neighbors opt out that Christmas dress up party you don't WanNa go to but feel enormous pressure to. Opt Out driving your kids to every party or play date, they're invited to you don't have to say, yes to every invite. If you do your schedule will wind up being written by everyone but yourself in the past I've said, yes to things because I feel like I didn't have a choice. The truth is I did have the choice feelings in reality often don't match when it comes to perceptions of what others expect or think of us. They're very few things we do not get to choose. I'm wondering if you are feeling urging call to slow down, is your body mind or soul dropping hints that you need to start paying attention to some of my hints have been a tendency to drink too much wine increasing panic attacks insomnia and a nasty paralyzing anxiety that had me caught an ongoing cycle of seeking perfection and failing.

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With Milk Sales Up, Dairy Industry Revives Iconic Got Milk Campaign

Business Wars Daily

04:28 min | 1 year ago

With Milk Sales Up, Dairy Industry Revives Iconic Got Milk Campaign

"From, wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily on this Thursday August twenty seventh something strange happened over the last few months we started drinking milk again think it might have had anything to do with pandemic for the last several years. It's felt like the dairy industry been singing swan songs milk sales fell thirteen percent from twenty ten to twenty eighteen according to CNN I one dairy. Then another collapsed under the weight of competition from plant based drinks soy almond, coconut, banana, Oat flax all. Those plants were out to get poor daisy the cow the dairy industry was so freaked out that it launched a pilot lawsuits against makers of those plant based drinks trying to forbid them from using the very word milk. You can't squeeze milk out of another grain they said but for the moment, at least dairy farmers are experiencing a bit of relief with. So many of us eating more meals at home, we're guzzling the white stuff again, it's long been true that milk drinkers tend to drink milk. Not at restaurants. So lockdowns have in fact, helped the dairy business cow's milk sales rose about twelve percent over last year for the twenty weeks ending. July eighteenth CNN reported your kid and mind mindlessly grabbing a swig from the carton added up to four and a half billion dollars in sales this spring, and that has spurred the dairy industry to revive an iconic ad campaign. Remember got milk. Vast company called it one of the most famous ad campaigns in history that campaign was launched in Nineteen ninety-three, its message, whatever you do don't run out of milk over time three hundred celebrities including Britney Spears Dennis Rodman Bill Clinton, and the simpsons all appeared sporting those milk mustaches. The ads became enormously popular by the end of the campaigns run in two thousand, fourteen, ninety percent of all adults were familiar with got milk to Huffington Post Contributor Gene Delvecchio but there was one a little problem. The ads didn't actually work over that same time milk sales declined steadily soda consumption bubbled over guess what those Soda Lovers used to drink you got it delvecchio a former AD industry executive argues the got milk ads were like bringing peace shooters to a gunfight, the gunfight being Pepsi and Coke Monster Marketing Budgets while the to soda makers battled each other milk lost but the dairy industry apparently believes their campaign was effective embracing Estonia the industry's marketing arm milk. PAP has revived the got milk campaign today's ads bear little resemblance to the Owens though. Sure there's still some celebrities Olympic gold medal swimmer Katie decades, viral tiktok video showing her perfectly balanced a glass of milk on her head while swimming a lap. That's certainly a turned heads but the bulk of today's campaign features, regular folks and a ton of user generated content milk drinkers were urged to do silly things with milk and boy did they respond people open gallons of milk with their toes jumped into kiddie pools filled with milk and cereal according to the trade paper? Agra. News will this generation's got milk ads do anything to keep the cow's milk train going if the wildly popular ad campaign of your didn't work well. Be Hard pressed to say that this one is a better peashooter. The dairy industry itself is making predictions. They say they're simply celebrating the quarantine induced sales boost. What is true however is that the competition from those plant based rivals is only getting. Over the same twenty weeks that saw a twelve percent rise in dairy milk sales oat milk sales went through the roof up two, hundred, fifty percent. Of course, oat milk sales are still tiny compared to cow's milk. They totalled only one, hundred, thirty, five, million dollars, but other signs point to the continued aggressive challenge from those gentle plant based alternatives. Oatley the. Leading oat milk maker recently attracted two hundred million dollars in investment funding from blackstone and Oprah it hopes to go public next year according to Forbes, and on Monday good Karma, a maker of flax milk bought itself back from bankrupt dean. Foods investors are Thurston lapping up all of these cream alternatives and no matter how beloved the Got Milk Gad's once were. All this competition puts a whole lot of pressure on twenty twenties version of the same campaign.

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Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:26 min | 1 year ago

Norah ODonnell, anchor of the CBS Evening News

"Today O'Donnell joins us on skin from the couch. She is the anchor and managing editor of the CBS Evening News, making her the third woman ever to so anger, a network evening broadcasts before taking the helm of the evening news. She was the CO host of CBS this morning for seven years norad. Thank you for joining us welcome skin from the couch. Thank you for having me, so we're GONNA. Start off with Skim your resume for us. Will I went to Georgetown University I was Law Sophy Major? I was interested in a lot of different things in college so I had internships at always worked and worked at a law firm I. worked at the World Bank, and and then I injured ABC News and I think you know journalism really was what was the right fit for me? Just a deep curiosity about the news, deep curiosity about world events and people have to graduating from college I got a job at National Journal on a publication, a called the hotline, which was the original kind of aggregate her of news before the Huffington. Post and others got into the business of aggregating news. Even like you guys in some way, remember it well, and that also was like a crash course in politics, too, because we would. Sum Up every Senate and House race across the country, all the polling who all the key consultants were, so that really was a great crash course in politics, and then I got hired at NBC and MSNBC when I was twenty five years old to be you know it was one of the youngest correspondents at NBC history, and had a great career at NBC and had three kids, and then we all work on intelligent news underwear like personal services contracts. All of us have anywhere from two to five year contracts. In, so you know in each of those contracts, come up! You have an opportunity to reevaluate your next step and CBS came to me with an incredible offer to be. The chief White House correspondent for Obama's last term, and to be the substitute anchor for face, the nation, and I had always been ambitious about wanting to anchor a Sunday broadcast I love politics, and so to be able to substitute for the legendary Bob Schieffer at thought. This is really an an excellent opportunity, so. and. CBS. News and then Kinda. The rest is history should I keep going? No, that was perfect so something you definitely don't know I. and turned at MVP when I was nineteen in the specials unit, and I was like my first week on the internships. Let's say day two or three in you opt into the office. And you're the first professional famous news anchor I ever seen in person and I literally I stopped breathing I was so excited all I wanted to do is to be a news anchor at the time, and I was so nervous, and when you walked out of the room I asked one of the producers. What is she liked you work with her I will never. Never forget their like she's the best of the best, and I was like what makes her so good. And they said that she always does her homework and I think about that a lot and I'm curious. What is something that you your fans and people like us your big fans? What does the thing that we don't know about you that we can't Google? What I wasn't as good about doing my homework in college. And I did just fine at Georgetown. But I do I think certainly a professional that is dry. Always did know my homework because I do believe that preparation builds confidence and confidence build success, and so for me, you know certainly early on my career as a young correspondent with so many famous people at NBC legendary careers. My confidence wasn't a tie, and so I thought how can I be the smartest person in the room and no more than anybody else and. You know I just really did my homework. I really worked really hard to make sure I knew everything. The thing that people may not know about me. You Know I. Guess would be that I'm from a military family. You know I mean that certainly is my resume, but it's the one thing I mentioned because you know I remember in covering certainly the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq after nine eleven, a lot of people would say on television and Mike Barnicle on morning. Joe would say this a lot that Oh, no less than one percent of people have someone in the military who didn't understand these wars, but I grew up in the military. My father was drafted during the Vietnam War. State for thirty years I lived overseas and so I really do have a deep appreciation for those who serve my sister-in-law surgeon in the army and so I do have a really keen sense of the sacrifice that many people go through, and I do in some ways I almost wish that it was mandatory almost like in Israel that we had to sir because. I think you know certainly the discipline that they have is unlike anything I've seen those who sir. Let's actually start with that because I think it's fascinating talking about how you grew up and living overseas. How did this love of news and growing up with that military background kind of come together for you? You know I think one of the. First crystallized for me in some ways when Elena, Nachman Ost, who is still the vice president of talent at NBC? News said to me when I met her. When I was twenty five years old, and she said you know we like hiring correspondents who have from a military background, because they're very flexible and adaptable. They don't complain about being sent to different cities or states or around. Around the world they can talk to anybody because they've sort of been put in that situation where they have to be totally adaptable. Moment's notice

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How to Get More Backlinks to Your Site

The $100 MBA Show

05:20 min | 1 year ago

How to Get More Backlinks to Your Site

"Rank used to take all very longtime meaning. If you did something to improve your rank or somebody linked to your site, those effects wouldn't really show when you would search your key words for days even sometimes weeks now, especially in Google, results are pretty much an incident or within twenty four hours sometimes, and this is really motivating, because if you start getting back links to your site today every day you're gonNA. Start seeing improvements in your search engine optimization. But how do you do this? Without breaking rules without being scammy without being dishonest or doing things that will penalize you buy Google. Many people including myself. Myself would recommend people that are starting out to just Ri- great content for their blog, and it will be shared because it's so wonderful, and that's a good strategy to have at the start just to get the ball rolling to justice. Start getting content on your site. You need some content, but at some point after you've gotten the ball rolling and you've had your website for some time. You're six months or so you gotta start optimizing those blog posts those pages on your site and making sure you have back links. You ought to start thinking about the marketing of your site, one of the fast and easy ways. To get more back links to your site. Today instantly is to search for your competitors. Where are they mentioned on other websites other than their own whether it's a list, post or review or recommendation? Where are mentioned? You can do this with tools like H. refs, if you want or you can simply just search on Google and take each competitor one by one and see where they're landing on other websites, you can then reach out to these websites and say hey. Can you include my product? My website? My blog post some websites will just update it and linked to you, but most won't do it without something in exchange they wanted to be. Mutually beneficial now link exchanges are big. No, you should never say. Hey. I, WANNA get a back link on your website so all back to you on my website. Google will find out. They're very very smart. Algorithm is very smart and will penalize you for this, but there are other ways to make mutual beneficial. You had a large social media following even just a moderate one. You could say hey. I'd love to share this three times with my social network and show them. How are mentioned in the post and we'll give them a little boost. This is actually quite effective, because sometimes these blog posts are a little. Little bit older. They're not like the latest news there like a couple months old a year old or more, and the blog wouldn't mind to get a surge of traffic from your audience now. Obviously, this is going to be a good fit because this blog post this article that you're going to be posting. The has your mentioned in your link is relevant to your audience information that they're gonNA WANNA know. You can offer them the mentioned in your newsletter, or the Webinar with them or have them I. Guess on your podcast. Of course you gotTA. Make sure that you're doing this with integrity that they're actually a good fit. Fit for your podcast or your YouTube channel, or whatever it is, and they meet your qualifications anyway, but that's a quick and easy way to go through all these websites that are mentioned your competitors one are they mentioned you as well in exchange for some promotion to that page another way to get a back link on somebody else's website is to become a speaker or a guest on their media. This could be on their podcasts. This could be on there. You know video channel. You can even write a guest post. The point here is your featured on their podcasts. For example. They're going to have a blog post with. With the show notes and they're going to link back to your website or link back to even a block plus you mentioned on the interview. This is only natural standard, and it's a good way for you to give them value for their audience and get a back link. This takes a lot of time in work because again. You're making time to do these interviews, but it's well worth. It had been doing this for eight years. doing interview after interview I do at least three or four injuries a week, and it's just a slow process of making sure that we have back links that are active that are new. And they were giving great value to our marketplace. Another way to get great back links is literally to by now, not seen just straight up. Offer them money. You don't WanNa do that, but to sponsor something become a sponsor of their podcast. Be a sponsor of their next event, a sponsor of their online summit. We've done this several times, and this is actually low hanging fruit, some of these websites that run conferences and big podcasts, the incredible amount of traffic they have incredible amount of rank. A back link from their website can signal a lot of authority to yours. But the number, one kind of back link you want or from high authorities sites, the number one. The new one driver for your rank will be from these sites for example back links from Forbes and entrepreneur dot. COM HUFFINGTON POST FAST company, these types of brands, these types of publications. They hold a lot of credibility. If you're mentioned and back linked on an article on that site, it's going to help your brand big time. It's not the holy grail. It's not like it's going

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Should You Accept Guest Bloggers

Marketing School

02:59 min | 1 year ago

Should You Accept Guest Bloggers

"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer. Just remarking school listeners, all you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing School. I'm Eric Su and I'm Neil Patel and today. We're GONNA, talk about if you should accept guests blotter, so neil us to do it not so much anymore. I don't think we really do it anymore. So what's your take on it now before now before? If you WANNA skill of content, really fast and affordably I think guest bloggers are easy great way to do it even right now I, think you should do it assume you can get the right ones and experts. If you're just trying to get random guest, bloggers can create content. I would say no. No in general I would avoid it now more than I did in the past, and the reason being is people are just guest, posting to produce links instead of quality content, but if you can get guests, posters, producing amazing content, and they're expert in their field. Why not I think the key thing to Neil's point is having a very specific criteria that they need to follow. It can't be a free for all. They just decide the right on the right of five hundred or post Undergrad just insert a bunch of links and I'm GONNA start sell these links which they do, so you? You have very specific criteria. Okay, for example we want each post to be fifteen hundred words. You have to have a title that's research every single claim that you have a needs to link to the source, or whatever claim that you're making, and you're just being very specific with you can only have one link, and maybe the links in the author bylines. You're setting the rules of engagement ahead of time, so expectations are clear and yeah, it can definitely help you scale. I don't think we'd do as much of it anymore. Because what we found was that we had to spend more time. Time kind of policing it and so we might bring him back later. We might not, but that's where we are with it and look if you are strapped for money, too. That's what we also started doing it because it's a cheap way to grow your traffic, you can use it if you have no choice at the beginning, but eventually you WANNA taper off of it higher own writers. You're on staff. It'll help you crank out more quality content when you have the editorial process in place in people working for you total time I mean. If you look entrepreneur Huffington post on all these. They accept way more guest bloggers than they do now. Because content quality is shitty and Google our them, and the past used to be the more content you crank out in general, the better off you do now. They don't want you to crank out ten articles on the same exact topic over and over again they rather have update the old piece and make it more relevant and fresh hence. Hence sites like wikipedia still do extremely well when it comes to rankings, so if you're going to accept it like Eric mentioned, have really strict rules in place and also don't let people just regurgitate the same old content over and over again all right last thing I'll add around. This is in some cases you can do the pre work ahead of these guests. Plotters say hey, you can write. Write on my blog. I know you're looking for a link. You're looking for some awareness as well, but these are the topics we're looking to cover, so you've done the keyword research ahead of time, and they write based on that and they follow your criteria. Let's a lot more stringent for them, but you kind of get the best of both worlds by the way if they do a really. Really good job at somebody's guest bloggers I would say probably five percent of them actually turn out to be

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Protests and riots continue across the country

Derek Hunter

12:28 min | 1 year ago

Protests and riots continue across the country

"Hunter show we're talking about what everybody's talking about the riots what to do to stop him no dialogue there's no discussion until the riots and many way shape or form and this is how insidious the antifa mutants are they knew it thank you the nation was United in disgust at the video of the killing of George Floyd things could have been done it really could have been done but and even doesn't want things done they want to destroy the N. T. FOR that has been built up and defended by the left wing media and ignored or cheered on by Democrats they wanted to destroy and they did it they did you can say they agitated but they didn't make anybody smash a window they smashed windows other people piled thrown stole stuff from the apple store so all the good will that was there and all the momentum to actually do something it was destroyed was just and that's what they want they don't want people getting along the left doesn't want people getting along well after what he doing we talking about why you quit Democrats well Keith Ellison member Keith Ellison who is a member of Congress from Minnesota he was the number two guy at the democratic national committee's Democratic National Committee vice chair he ran for chairman he lost to Tom Perez he was vice chair he is now Attorney General of the state of Minnesota he is a proud supporter of antifa he's also a proud supporter of Louis Farrakhan what what do you think you're gonna get when you elect that let's go to Alex in Baltimore Alex thanks for holding welcome Hey I didn't really talk about anti fur over real quick you go back and look at all the people that interacted over the years especially the inauguration antifa whiskey off in DC people if people are released they're they're let off of charges so a lot of yeah so there's a lot of a lot of support all the charges and all the arrests on inauguration day and all the stores smashed in the cars burned all the charges were dropped eventually into right away because there would have been angered by like what the hell you mean you're not going to charge these people they charge him and then when they thought people would be enough time had passed and people weren't looking they grab the churches don't always what I what I wanna make two points first of all this is gonna sound we're taking tacky but this isn't really a protest you know protest isn't in the constitution you look at what it says it says you have it you can reach out to Mando government a redress of grievances what is that mean it means you can also send me details okay okay but you know if you're not going to the legislators with legislation stating what you want and it's not really a protest going on young at cops I hate you it's not gonna change anything and are stupid people in this country that really think something's going to come from that you need if if there's something to be changed it got to be done to the law otherwise it's not a standard that we can uphold right so and the other thing I want to talk about you got guys like Tony and there was an African American gentleman I didn't catch is intro but our service members service members not Fred and you feed the attitude there the servicemembers said you mentioned and just what you mentioned in the intro here you mentioned that Antipolis breaking the windows and the guy said you were you brought up the looting and he said well it's white people breaking the windows what are black people supposed to do and then you mentioned black on black crime he said well that's why people give and god you know there's no there's the added to that black people don't have any agency that they can't possibly make decisions for themselves and therefore they can't be held accountable you know uncomfortable conversations Cody wants to have uncomfortable conversations I'm looking at FBI crime statistics right now from the last twenty years okay and I'm not talking about per capita total killings it over to one every year black people killing white people over white people killing black people and then when you take into account that they're only thirteen percent of the population and we've all we've been over sixty percent the last twenty years you realize that the rate is eight to one you know we have that conversation or is that racist the ADL says if you've mentioned that if you mention that constituted different across different races you're racing so we're we're not allowing ourselves to have a real conversation that need to be set when these rights happen the next day you shouldn't be able to protest because like I said they're not really asking for anything specific I we know black lives matter we know if George Ford name okay but what change is gonna come from that one of the laws we can pass and and what can we do and as far as eighty four trump's been such a disappointment I really think that that declaration of that being a terrorist organization will be refunded before the election if not it within the week well he has to make it first he hasn't he the president any disappointment in this too but the the responsibility for situations like this doesn't really rest with the president of the United States he he is you know he's the guy the local authorities and then the state authorities and then if they ask for federal help then the federal government immediately short of declaring martial law the president can can't do a lot but he should be saying things a rather long just tweeting things there's rumors that there's going to be at an address today but we'll see the the executive order on censorship real quick with my last point he should have been all that many of the social media companies and get away with being a publisher and a platform and executive order he did sort of almost motivates them to be a publisher which is going to lead to more censorship of the occasion hold and then as a platform that's what we want that that way no American can be denied access and it doesn't if you take the responsibility off of the social media companies then they have no excuse to censor people he did the opposite as well what will happen what could happen and it's got to be changed by law not by statute completely to be fully effective but what would happen is a couple of lawsuits lost would cause them to have to make an uncomfortable choice and that uncomfortable choice would likely lead to them going back to being a platform and and that's that's this step bid there was there's no way the president can act and get it all the way around the bases on his own it takes legislation legislation is being drafted but the house Democrats are never going these are their donors these are the people that they support they're never going to allow it to happen but next time Republicans are in charge maybe something will happen but it's also possible that much squishy Republicans won't do anything about it anyway Eddie in Atlanta thanks for calling in any here are your core let United healthcare plan it could have been stopped on Friday after protesters I've with there and sports physical stuff goes out over the falls in the broadcast in long enough for me to hear one line from the woman is free but far fairer for Daniel Farke is you should white people have the effective gains so basically that that kind of day you'll going on down there when the framers are with their permit was over with our mayor put police off a bicycle as the first or in line at the CNN building police officer were thrown to the ground by I white woman in a white man and he got up off the ground and the police did nothing I come alive after they wanna burn the city down you watch and it went from that to three in the emissary spray paint everything but not windows and then from there they started well Hey if they don't let us have free reign here so they started busting all the cars that meet certain party everything they are mayor get on TV at ten o'clock and said y'all just need to go home well you know she's not quite helpful future bottoms of these people were too busy having fun born in the town down but they're not they're stealing TV's they're not watching TV either at his house I think they're going to zero in on TV yeah and basically the keeper of please get rid of the master barbers down there the state troopers were down there and nobody did nothing they just let him into it and it's just like a kid if you say your this is very important the police on the grounds that you're violating the law get out of the street okay and then the police to come down there to vote thanks same street as always they won't get a credit down here in the whole thing started because people are blocking traffic and you know ratcheting it up you know they like every fifteen to trample people out of cars and stuff you have to stop stuff like this when it starts right as it starts or you're not gonna be able to stop it that's why they are mayor of DC the mayor of DC setting an eleven PM curfew okay that's really late and stupid but it didn't matter because until at least two thirty in the morning they were marching around smashing and looting they still were in Georgetown they were smashing and looting and beating up store owners who are trying to protect their property so if you have an eleven PM curfew and it doesn't mean anything then what's the point of the curfew it's failed leadership R. block is is saying that the the the everything is been messed up by the police the police are the ones that have sparked the violence which is not not true they've please send anything yeah the wealth the Huffington post had a thing I try to find it but it was their headline was police turned violent or something like that police turned violent against protesters like the right now I'm listening to you it's because they've turned out to be as they enter the comedy store but there's no news on there anymore during the day they are I was so embarrassed by that the networks ABC CBS the local affiliates here thank you well we don't do this in Atlanta this is not it Lana and they were just very code everything is so pathetic in the M. at one point one I got himself I believe in buying the place this is all well maybe I didn't say that right you know yeah the slip but yeah the the headline in the Huffington post yesterday was copper age colon police violence nationwide and there's pictures of riders okay okay yeah Rosenstein's report if you know any fourth of ten thirty and it's not a qualified so maybe they'll get serious after fever come to town tomorrow to go to work what's it feel like tomorrow you start putting that very well in there and they still didn't do anything they start the place started closed down but nothing happened it's very simple you have a friend with north south east and west for most of March and then you close in just like you did when you got it got scrapped the rob a bank is in the works and then you and then you just arrested and taken to jail get him off the street yep particular you know what to do any needs the people in leadership down I appreciate the phone call stay safe in Atlanta and keep listening to my radio sucks compared to this anyway let's go to Tim and hands into him hello yes it was terrible what happened at man but the looting this takes away from the whole calls on it and Nancy said it's opportunism masking as outrage it really is they have left wing agitators know exactly what to do they do this for a living they did they did they practice constantly up in Portland for the entirety of the trump administration every weekend in Portland there days over every week they have a day of rage where they they harass people they beat on cars as they drive past they get really angry they destroy things every once in awhile and the mayor of there lets it go and it doesn't make the national news because it's Democrats doing the Democrats are gonna are gonna criticize their base they've got the vote of the people in the street white black doesn't matter they got their vote they're not going to criticize and they don't have to criticize and there is no amount of destruction that can cause them to go Hey wait a second we probably shouldn't be doing this it's it's O. 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Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

Travel with Rick Steves

05:09 min | 1 year ago

Enjoy Your Seat; Lisbon Neighborhoods; Buenos Aires Bio

"Rick Steves with borders temporarily closing countless travel. Dreams are now on hold. But I know that we'll get through this crisis and when we do it'll be more important than ever to venture out into our world so for now. Let's enjoy these virtual adventures through the Radio. And when we're able again let's promise to keep on traveling if you like to explore historic cities with funkier festive neighborhoods. We've got to for you to choose from in the hour ahead. Tour guides from Portugal will help us navigate the street life and the tangle of cobbled lanes and lookouts and their capital as we get acquainted with the neighborhoods of Lisbon and an architecture critic finds a lot to like faded charisma of Buenos Aires. But I writer Wendy. Simmons returns to travel with Rick. Steves to help us look forward to our next long airplane flight in coach as a photographer and contributor to Huffington Post. Wendy's traveled a lot so far she's been to eighty five countries. She doesn't read the overseas flights at all in fact she joins us now with her tips on enjoying your next flight. Wendy thanks for being here. Sorry my so you write that long haul. Flights can be more fun than short ones. That's pretty good trick house. Oh I travel all the time as you said and I've come to really not lake. Short flights feel long only. They're not so I can't get anything done and instead you know. I look at long haul flights as uninterrupted me. Time just ten twelve hours of time where? I don't have any guilt that I should be doing something else and instead I can use the time to do all the things I wanna do that. I never seem to have time for one on the so that takes a little bit of intention and thinking ahead. I do the same thing when I'm planning a trip to Europe and I know my departures a week out. I've actually got a little list of things I'm going to do during the flight because I will get hours of me time. What are some of your meantime activities that make that flight actually blessing? Well it can be fun stuff and it can also be stuff that I just have to get taken care of that. I never have time to do so. For example it's a great time. I listened to a lot of music. I love music and I am always frustrated. That can't find the song I feel like listening to her playlist and that type of thing so it's a great time to clean out my tunes library and get rid of music. I don't like or create playlists. It's a great time to go through my email inbox and just finally cleared out. You don't have to be online to do that. Those things take a long time in our lives are so busy and never get render so tedious and who wants to do that on weekends. You know for me. A related thing would be Hall the piles of photos. I've got packed into my iphone. You can just go through in down. It's actually it's the perfect time to do all the stuff you don't WanNa waste time doing during the weekend or at night. Also you can just do something that you would normally invest time in other ways. Absolutely you know I'll to things like if I've always wanted to read about the history of someplace or I've been wanting to learn a few key phrases in the language of whatever country I'm going to you know that's the perfect time to catch up on movies or season of television shows all season of whatever or watch a movie that you wouldn't have exactly those are the exactly the kind of thing so it's really about mindset or a movie that your partner wouldn't WanNa see with you exactly are the ones you'd be so embarrassed ask anyone to watch with you. If you're anywhere else I love to walk up and down the aisle and just look at the way. People are spending their time and see how they're really getting into all that trash on the screen. I mean I've watched some of the most embarrassing movies ever on airplanes humiliated if anyone knew but it's the perfect time and I think you know people go onto airplanes dreading it and if you just you know if you make a few simple changes and you bring a neck pillow and you dress in layers and you take your shoes off and you have a glass of wine and you sort of look at the airplane is your you know your personal private space albeit. It's not comfortable but it's not permanent. I know people that would they would travel less in order to go first class and makes no sense that ultimately. I don't know how much more I think you'd pay five or six hundred dollars more one hundred dollars hour or something at least just sit in first class and just makes no sense to me because what you can do is you can creatively work to make your coach seat. Feel a little more elegant. And there's ways that I always say I would rather sit in coach with my noise reduction headphones than to sit business without them because the rumble of the airplane is. It's just exhausting to me and I can have my own little cone of silence and when I put my headphones on nobody talks to me and I do have that meantime I remember this interview that the CEO of Spirit Airlines did one time after a poll came out ranking them dead last in customer service and seat size and space and all these other statistics and he basically said listen. We get you from place to place really cheap. You can spend the money where you're going and I thought you know what a brilliant response and that's how I look at it. The airplane isn't part of the vacation. It's to get me to the big Russian affordably. Say money to it up and uncomfortable for thirteen hours so I have an extra thousand dollars when I get wherever it is that I'm

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Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:12 min | 1 year ago

Lydia Fenet of Christie's Auction House on Creating Your Career Path

"Most important thing you can do especially as who starting in a company is work with your boss to create your career path. I always tell people I have three small children. I have a charity auctions at night. I'm married I have friends that I need to be in touch with so I don't sit at my desk every day thinking about your career. So don't come to me when you're about to walk out of the door because you don't feel like you're being appreciated come to me at your performance review a year before you want something because that is usually how long. It's GonNa take me to get what I need for. You so wanNA raise you want to be the director of the Department here. The two things you know what about when somebody doesn't know what they want their path to be view should be talking to your boss to help figure that out and you may not ever figure it out. I mean it may be one of those things that evolves over time get your boss invested in your career. There's nothing worse than losing someone who's worked on your team for three or four years three or four years that go out of the door and then you have to train someone to bring them back in. A lot of us grew up working in a place where facetime was integral. And I don't mean facetime on the phone. I mean like you actually had to be your desk and you didn't have the ability to negotiate with your boss about certain things that we're going to make you stay at a company that is a reality. Now and people want to stay at their company so start those conversations from the minute you get there. I was with a young woman recently that you mentored and she has a daytime job to make a lot of money and on the side she also is trying to do like a side project for somebody and she's not getting paid and you told her you ask for money ask for thousand dollars now. The thousand dollars is not going to change her lifestyle. I want you to walk me through where that advice comes from and what your feelings are around how to get additional experience and improve yourself while also taking care of yourself absolutely. There are so many things and I see this specifically in young women. I see this actually in all women that I know the idea that your time and that your experience is up for volunteer at any given time and it drives me insane because if you have a skill set that you can do better than other people and you're helping someone who does not have that skill set then. Money can be exchanged. It doesn't have to be. You can choose to volunteer your time like I choose to volunteer my time for charities. That is a choice. But if you want to make money from that and that will make a little extra cash for you to have in your pocket. Why not ask and I think in this position with this young woman. She's working with someone who can absolutely afford to pay. Her is asking for certain things that she can check off list and these are things that she can do for her. So why not ask? I want you to give me retrospective advice. I was working as an associate producer. Not Making a lot of money. I was trying to get more money and more experienced so I became friendly with a talent at the network. I worked at and volunteered. Chew be a graphics producer at night so my totally my own time. Not In my daytime hours. They said I could get paid a stipend to other people who were my level found out. I was doing it and we're like I want that experience too so they also asked that same talent who is lovely and said. Short won't can help out then. They had no money to pay so they took away the money. How do you think I should have dealt with that? Honestly you dealt with it the way that probably should have dealt with it. Which is people found out? It wasn't a one time thing. The end result was a result that you didn't have control over at the end of the day. So in that case you think it was okay to get the experience again. This is your time you can choose to volunteer your time. That's always what I say but if there is money to be happy you're right to ask the fact that to other people found out and then they didn't have money to pay was unfortunate for you certainly but at the end of the day that was the reality of that situation but no. I absolutely think you should always ask. I think that that is the takeaway. And that's what we hear so much is that there is a trend and I'm not saying this is generational China. I think it's something that women we tend to do. Which is lead with volunteer first and then gain the courage to ask to get paid and I think a lot of that is that they're scared. The answer's going to be no. Were you ever scared that the answer is going to be no? How'd you get over? That always scared that the answer was going to be no. I always say that it's almost fighting through the IC right. It's that feeling your stomach where you're just. You don't really know what the answer is going to be. And I'm sure that you guys have had this because you have a company in the asks that you're making her of people who have huge platforms of their own and time constraints of their own. When I was reading the book there are thirty three case studies of women. Everyone from Martha Stewart and Arianna Huffington. Two women that I know who've built businesses and I started with sixty people on the list. So what does that tell you? And there was one woman she was one of my. I E mails that went out and I remember sitting there. You know with with the send button trying to push myself to do it because I knew that she was going to say no and she did say no and I remember the email coming back and I thought to myself. Well now you know what it feels like. It's not that bad so you'll be fine and every time I got to know after that it was

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Britain and the E.U. Enter Trade Talks, Acrimoniously

Monocle 24: The Globalist

04:13 min | 1 year ago

Britain and the E.U. Enter Trade Talks, Acrimoniously

"Start here in Britain which breathed a sigh of relief when the country finally left the European Union. Even those of us who continue to believe that it is a very bad idea but if you thought that that was the end of brexit dominating the conversation and the news cycle you'd be mistaken. It's far from over and we expect much more when negotiations between the UK and the EU. Begin on Monday. Boris Johnson has set out his blueprint threatening to walk away from deal. If concessions aren't made and that hasn't gone down very well in Brussels Vincent mcilvanney who is your news. Uk correspondent joins me on the line from Liverpool now Vinnie. What has Boris? Johnson said? Come on a well. Boris Johnson is saying that he wants a broad outline of a new deal by June. And if not then the UK will simply walk away now. There is this ten months scheduled until December thirty first. Get Comprehensive Free Trade Agreement but Boris Johnson. The works really under time pressure. It always does things rice at the last minute but particularly because that deadline is able to kind of Christmas and New Year period there is concern about getting it done and say what he wants he saying is the sort of Canada Plus Model. But he saying if they can't do that he's happy to walk away what he's now rebranding an Australia deal which is essentially WTI Thames but didn't parliamentaries only vote through. His plans wants no deal was taken off the table. Wasn't this the situation that we couldn't possibly be in but invite that was the last parliament. We have had an election since then. Boris Johnson now has a huge majority. What they're trying to do is actually reshape. The narrative there was a report yesterday in the Huffington Post. Uk They'd found documents which is being given to conservative MP's and they were telling them to speak about. Brexit is if it was a historical event the thirty festive January departure. Not what is happening now to downplay? Talk of any kinds of ambitious agree mental sunny uplands. It was very much trying to change expectations of what could happen over the next few months now the US trade representative will meet Britain's Trade Minister this week although Westminster is yet to publish formal negotiating objectives for talks with Washington The Treasury Secretary Steve. Mnuchin has said that a bilateral trade deal with Britain is the top. Us trade priority but can the special relationship be saved in light of the threats by Donald Trump to slough twenty-five percent tariffs on 'cause that would affect the Land Rover Jaguar Etcetera vessel? The I think we need to separate out the actual deal and the political priorities of two leaders now. Donald wants to get this deal done before his reelection campaign so by about September time so he can go around on the campaign trail yet. I'm making deals. If he hasn't done with China he can talk about a new on with the United Kingdom and now with the stock market taking such a hit In the last few days because of Corona virus of course the economy was the thing he kept being able to point at and saying well on managing this well. Even if you don't like the rest of it so he'll want to get that deal done for Boris Johnson. As well the consent is that if Donald Trump was to lose the election an incoming Democratic president would want very different things and the UK would fall down the priority list but when it comes to the deal itself really the key area is as well as tariffs agriculture farmers in the UK. And I've actually been on foams this week that a dealing with flooding impacts here are really worried about the UK market being flooded by sub-standard at produce stuff. That's been injected with hormones. The chlorine wash checking that we've heard about because they wouldn't be staying with those rules. They still say that that biggest markets would be going out into the attempts in terms of exports. So they'd have to stick with E. U. Rules but then in the supermarkets here they'd be being undercounted typically when it comes to Ireland if there is a dramatic change in agriculture. Because of course it's such a huge industry there between the Republican northern on and then that could speed up the talk of having some kind of voter poll the knee. Thank you very much

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Iowa Democratic Party blames app for results delay

Daily Tech Headlines

00:30 sec | 1 year ago

Iowa Democratic Party blames app for results delay

"A company affiliated with and funded by acronym which is Democratic Digital. Nonprofit Group was responsible for building the Iowa Caucus APP that contributed to delays in reporting Monday nights results in the first vote in the party's presidential race. According to sources speaking to the Huffington Post state campaign finance records show the Iowa Democratic Party pay more than sixty thousand dollars for quote website website development late last year a source says those payments were for the APP the caucus site leaders were supposed to use to upload the results of their

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"huffington" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

07:40 min | 1 year ago

"huffington" 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.

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"huffington" Discussed on Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

Pretty Big Deal with Ashley Graham

13:52 min | 1 year ago

"huffington" 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..

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"huffington" Discussed on Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

Seneca Women Conversations on Power and Purpose

11:10 min | 1 year ago

"huffington" 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..

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"huffington" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

WiLD 94.9

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on WiLD 94.9

"The j v show so i've noticed online people talk with me a lot about movies in a couple of people brought up the shape of water a lot of people are going back to see movies that had big oscar nights or if they didn't see it they're like well let me go see this shape of water now if you work for huffington post and you've already covered the movie fifteen different ways it's like how do we cover this now that people are seeing it again what angle do we put on it are you ready for this what are they got the huffington post did an interview with a guy who had sex with a dolphin show so what and they paid for his movie the guy that i think you have heard if you will remember there was a story about a guy that hooked up with a dolphin and huffington post asked this guy to please go see the movie so he could give his response and his take on the movie because the movies about women hooking up with a guy with a this creature out of the water i mean i guess it is the closest thing to real life of what happens in this movie it i mean how do you even do that with the dolphin don't get it no i thought huffington post sickos guy sicko but i was drawn into the article and i started reading he talks about how he didn't want it wait wait wait wait wait so i thought it was the other way and he'd be like no no no no you're trying to get pleasure out of this.

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"huffington" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Housing housing the number one topic during the election at all the forms all the interviews housing housing housing you don't bring up housing people get mad at you trust me i know kim called in yesterday nothing about housing we need something about housing timezone up early here he was just just know just putting out there hey folks think about housing bonds recurring revenue stream for the low income housing fund little bit more about the bond basically the bonn the mayor mentioning the bonn at the city council meeting he was thinking out loud that was about him basically that's it he's really kind of a placeholder no big deal nothing formal we're not there yet so that's where we are with that now historic came out over the weekend i meant to get to it i forgot i got distracted whatever my excuse us right now this is from the huffington post and it kind of speaks to wear santa fe huffington post came out on saturday saturday would have been these cinco two mile easy to remember and the title of it in the huffpost in the politics tab america's housing crisis is spreading to smaller cities we're not alone here folks not by any stretch story written by michael hobbs the first example they use is boise idaho nice town too nice little college town familiar sight in america public meetings angry residents housing developers trying to explain himself above the booze sound familiar one person shouts take the money you've got and get out here oppose oppose oppose the chain begins sound familiar isn't it except this is not san francisco or la or boston is boise could be santa fe goes on to say it is a preview of the next chapter in the housing crisis rising rents displacement and yes uhhuh nimby ism.

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"huffington" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"Is why is it when trump says it's wrong even though the mainstream media has already said it huffington post reports it that's okay trump echoes it that's wrong why did it go from existing to non existing when it goes from huffington post to trump i'm telling you that there's accuracy to the statement that the women are raped on route it's also accurate that they're raped before they don't why his press refuses to acknowledge that accuracy when trump says it but only embraces when they report it huffington post reports it fusion reports it that's okay trump echoes it it's wall why is it wrong echoes that which the left is already stated i can't speak and no one can speak for the world of the national media how they jump and role with the story but i told you from the beginning that the story was the women being raped on route in it's a terrible thing and if trump had said that would those mexicans but he made it like it was all mexicans everywhere and he's still doing that older conversation curry conversation is after the huffington post infusion reports it that's one thing when trump simply echoes it all of a sudden it's no longer true if that isn't illustrative of media bias i'm hard pressed to figure out what is your sense of it my sense is there should be accurate reporting women are raped on route they are also raped before so you would agree with me that the left looks silly when they say things ceases to be because somebody from the other side echoes what they've already stated i would say that all media has reported those trump's statements that you've reported over yours and i end up yours every kind of media has reported that statement every kind of media has reported what statement which one now trump's statement that the mexican women are raped on route yeah now what what value they put on it is is bad as where i think you and i are discussing and i agree with you that it should be objectively reported.

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"huffington" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

Now What? with Arian Foster

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on Now What? with Arian Foster

"And then i ended up catching a luck up and catching a job at the huffington post nbc they brought me in cover national security and foreign affairs you know under under the politics umbrella and you know right white when they announced it right when arianna huffington announced it all the conservative media comes out and they found some of my little old bin laden from like two thousand nine and they're like he's nine eleven truth is odd blasts like to happen to that because politics is weird it's this weird arena where everybody fronts like they're perfect its sanity and so for you to go from the nfl to politics right so so here's the thing so was it just for your interest and oh definitely i was interested in it because i was honestly i was already i was kind of a been a news junkie anyway right so and most of the news that i was consuming was politics specifically national security and foreign affairs and our tweet about it and i've been tweeting about it since i was two thousand nine so are you a nine eleven truth though just for now but but but it used to be i was and i was under the impression that that you know the whole was the documentary loose change yeah i yeah and so moving forward like two thousand nine twenty fourteen bradaigh came out in the me was like and i felt so bad because i'm like you know i'm coming with a team mentality and i didn't give a fuck that they were talking shit about me and some of the shit that i had said number one because i knew i had grown from that but not only the i know it i tweeted about.

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"huffington" Discussed on Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

Boss Files with Poppy Harlow

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" 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.

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"huffington" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

The GaryVee Audio Experience

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on The GaryVee Audio Experience

"On quantities of the civilized nation and i think right now we needed more than ever as we're going through incredible changes which are only going to accelerate with a iin machine learning and increasingly as more and more jobs are going to be handed over to my shaves why do we have undervalue more than anything is creativity the ability to collaborate to bill teams to be empathize so this soft furtures this soft skills said going to be more important than ever coming up does in a constantly connected world lead to burn out poor ceos sound off the top of a burning out don't blindly love what they do i love what i do when we take time as they say on aeroplanes to put our own oxygen masks first we are going to be modified active at whatever it is allowed to do welcome back to the point you can't be successful without a lot of hard work can you work hard without burning out here's what arianna and gary have to say let me ask you to go back in the time machine a little bit with huffington post you built a remarkably successful business that continues on today is a remarkably successful media company and the story you tell is about how passing offerings austian at huffington post is what inspired due to start this company could you have done the huffington post business with the thrive philosophy and how with things have been different had you've done that absolutely in fact and my collapse from exhaustion happened on only two years into building the huffington post and all our big success cannot international expansion waiting at bullets et cetera happened long after that the best decisions made at where decisions have made after i have changed their way i worked and lived and i would say categorically that when we take time as they say oh narrow plans to our own oxygen masks first we are going to be modest active.

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"huffington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"This holiday season they haven't years my mother's a small business owner i'm a small business owner my mother said and by small business they've been very large small business compared to the average person lot of workers they said they have enjoyed a year that they haven't seen in a very very very very very long time and they were surprised how good it was why is that you know are you still have the freedoms can you still go out and do the things that you wanted to do has anybody stopped you from doing anything i am curious but it started out with the fear and the fear mongering 'cause remember and politics you need to do what you need to create the monster you can't defeat something that's not there superman without a villain is just a dude working at the daily beast or whatever the hell was called daily mail were the daily planet even know where he worked at fox buzzfeed cnn yeah there you go breitbart did you think it work at breitbart what do you think surround work today huffington post it is curious steadied word today right like vogel wherever hannity there they're your vanity fair so that's all villages the dude working they're taking was he a reporter jimmy took pictures with spiderman right what was jimmy lowest i can't remember anerican was was with the super with car can take holes right okay okay i didn't even say so there you go but the fear factor thing that's always the fear factor thing got to have the fears in these people gene everybody of all member without president trump nobody you're not getting three hundred thousand watching the morning show 300000 like the reruns of we will fortune you're not getting that without him you get about fifty he's given you relevance you've got no talent so is given your elements the thing that makes me hopeful is i think this hear a lot of americans found citizenship and yes that this man this vulgar man made people realize that you only get the country you fight for we saw it with the women's march that day after he was sworn in that set the tone for the year.

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"huffington" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

1170 The Answer

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"huffington" Discussed on 1170 The Answer

"Yeah such apocalyptic in its talk about oriented huffington article in gizmodo dot com arianna huffington ignored sexual misconduct at the huffington post talked about how we're in a woman allege that the direction with going on at uber a company on whose board arianna huffington sits she said there are going to be co no brilliant jerks will be allowed and no one will be protected because their top performers host quote quote huffington's well document a history of fostering a toxic work culture and failing to address inappropriate behaviour from a brilliant jerk in her own mitts calls into question the sincerity behind her pledged to help bring a positive change tubers culture and then talks about aig managing editor at her post who is certainly rapid arrest several women obviously huffington with aware of it you know what they did to him president the india believing fire him but the left is leading the charge on reevaluate donald trump my comeback me tell you about the sexual harassment kotra npr another likely i'm larry elder all right we all know it's really important to know who you can trust including the service professionals you higher for home projects high larry elder here when i wanna define.

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"huffington" Discussed on The Tim Ferriss Show

The Tim Ferriss Show

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"huffington" 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.

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"huffington" Discussed on Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

Oprah's SuperSoul Conversations

01:39 min | 4 years ago

"huffington" 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.

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"huffington" Discussed on Studio 1.0

Studio 1.0

02:16 min | 5 years ago

"huffington" 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.

arianna huffington ceo yahoo softbank verizon editor in chief huffington california hooper travis kalanick huffington google eisen bobby levin 90 m