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7 top CEOs on the one thing that makes their mornings more productive

Do you wake up and check your email while your eyes are still half closed? If so, you might want to rethink your morning routine. The early hours of the day set the tone for everything to come, so it's no surprise that so many successful people take an intentioned approach to what they do first thing.These hyper-successful CEOs reveal their morning routines that help them prioritize calm, concentration, and the meaningful stuff — without sacrificing productivity.1. Jeff Bezos carves out a mornin...
Tags: Productivity, Arianna Huffington, Happiness, Success, Hack, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Jeff Bezos, Oprah, Sundar Pichai, Gary Vaynerchuk, Huffington, Van Jones, Sundar Pichai Google, Haney


Is the Next Big Thing In Tech -- Disconnecting From It?

An anonymous reader quotes CNBC: It is inevitable that artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation will take over some jobs, internet entrepreneur Arianna Huffington told CNBC in a recent email exchange, but that will place a premium on uniquely human qualities in the future labor market -- creativity, compassion, empathy and complex problem-solving. That's where Huffington sees a pressing problem to solve. She says these human qualities are at risk today and the cause is -- no surp...
Tags: Arianna Huffington, Tech, Bloomberg, Ashton Kutcher, Cnbc, Huffington, Valley of the Boom


SXSW Startups: kegg

The Forrest Four-Cast: February 6, 2019 Fifty diverse startups will aim to impress a panel of judges and a live audience with their skills, creativity and innovation at SXSW Pitch Presented by Cyndx. Winners in 10 categories will be announced at the Pitch Award Ceremony at 6:30 pm Sunday, March 10, at the Hilton Austin.A finalist in the Health and Wearable category, which will pitch at 5 pm Sunday, March 10, kegg aims to disrupt fertility industry by cutting of the unnecessary costs, providing...
Tags: Google, Startups, Arianna Huffington, Entrepreneurship, China, San Francisco, Startup, Fertility, Sxsw, Hugh Forrest, Austin Startups, Women-in-tech, Kristina Cahojova, San Francisco Tell, Cyndx Winners, Hilton Austin A


9 life lessons powerful people taught us in 2018

Inspirational quotes can offer invaluable advice and wisdom. Here at Thrive, we often look to new role models like Michelle Obama, Jennifer Aniston, Oprah Winfrey, and more for thoughtful commentary on everything from how to find happiness on your own terms to how you can finally conquer self-doubt. Here are some of the top quotes that we shared on our Instagram in 2018 — they feature smart, practical advice that will help guide you in 2019. 1. Jennifer Aniston: 2. Lady Gaga: 3. Michelle Obam...
Tags: Psychology, Motivation, Arianna Huffington, Failure, Happiness, Success, Jennifer Aniston, Innovation, Michelle Obama, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey, Diane Sawyer, Sheryl Sandberg, Personal Growth, Alan Watts, Michelle Obama Jennifer Aniston Oprah Winfrey


Why Do Entrepreneurs Need to Make Health & Wellness a Priority?

By Dr. Sean Daneshmand Have you noticed how balanced and grounded successful people are? I don’t mean that guy you know that drops stacks of cash at the casino and rides around in a sports car – I mean really successful people, like Billionaire successful. What sets these people apart is not how much they spend or how much partying they do, in fact, when you look at it more closely, it’s more interesting that they have the money but don’t really have the urge to indulge all the time. These peopl...
Tags: Business, Arianna Huffington, Management, Harvard, Daily Mail, Vogue, San Diego, Oprah Winfrey, Anna Wintour, Huffington Post, Right Now, San Diego Magazine, Entrepreneurs Need to Make Health amp, Sean Daneshmand, Entrepreneurs Need to Make Health Wellness


The 5 Best Books for Achieving Your New Year's Resolutions

Be the change you want to see in 2019. How is it only mid-January? I feel like this is always the looongest month of the year. Since it's right after the holidays (post-holiday syndrome is real) and the coldest time of the year, January is downright depressing, making it a great time to read some inspiring and motivating books.Plus, if you slacked off on your New Year's resolutions after the first week, the end of January is a great time to get back to work on those goals and solidify them into...
Tags: Books, Arianna Huffington, Obama, College, Happiness, Inspiration, Self-help, Netflix, Michelle Obama, Vanessa King, Cookbook, New Year's Resolution, Marie Kondo, Huffington, Kondo, College Life


15 surprising life lessons from a highly successful 80-year-old

Blackstone's Byron Wien, Vice Chairman of Private Wealth Solutions Group, gave a speech laying out the wisdom he learned during his 80 years. Here are 15 of Wien's best life lessons, which teach us about improving our productivity, sleep, burnout avoidance, and everything in between.1. "Concentrate on finding a big idea that will make an impact on the people you want to influence. The Ten Surprises, which I started doing in 1986, has been a defining product. People all over the world are aware o...
Tags: Productivity, Business, Arianna Huffington, Life, Happiness, Creativity, Work-life balance, Innovation, Blackstone, Don, Byron Wien, Wien, Private Wealth Solutions Group


Celebrities Are Reacting To Gillette's New Ad About Toxic Masculinity

Three days ago, Gillette released a Super Bowl commercial that has already garnered over 11 million views on YouTube, spawned a dozen think pieces, and captured the attention the Twitterverse — and for good reason.The commercial has a strong message, encouraging men to hold each other accountable, challenge toxic masculinity, and raise their sons to do the same. Based on the company's decades-old motto, "The Best A Man Can Get," the campaign takes a step back and ask whether this is "The Best M...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Arianna Huffington, Youtube, Piers Morgan, Gillette, Chrissy Teigen Rainn Wilson Ava DuVernay


9 successful CEOs and entrepreneurs who can go hours — sometimes days — without checking their email or phone

Some successful people take long breaks from email and digital technology (or don't use them at all). Still, they manage to be rockstars in fields like tech, finance, and fashion. Below, see nine of those people, including John Paul DeJoria, who doesn't use computers, and Karlie Kloss, who takes a weekly digital detox. When you're the founder or CEO of a company, it's a given that people are going to be vying for your time and attention. It's your choice how to respond. Some of those CEOs and...
Tags: Arianna Huffington, Trends, Hawaii, Karlie Kloss, Justin McLeod, Cnbc, Marc Benioff, Zen Buddhism, McLeod, Huffington, John Paul Dejoria, Benioff, Thrive Global, Galapagos Islands Bora Bora


UPDATED: Wild Men & Wild Women: The Rankings (2019 Edition)

Wild Men. Wild Women. Wild Men and Wild Women are people who listen only to the little voice in their head. They get things done. They build things. Uncertainty and turbulence--in the economy, stock markets, governments, the weather, bad odds, you name it--only get their juices flowing. True, they often have dark and self-destructive sides—but we seem to like giving them a pass. They come with evey political and cultural stripe. They don’t care what you think. Ever. 1. Christopher Col...
Tags: Japan, Jack Nicholson, Arianna Huffington, Australia, Steve Jobs, John Lennon, Margaret Thatcher, Ben Franklin, Bill Clinton, Winston Churchill, Warren Beatty, Dylan Thomas, Johnson, Donald Trump, Frank Sinatra, Chrissie Hynde


107 Wild Men & Wild Women: The Rankings (2018 Edition)

Wild Men. Wild Women. Wild Men and Wild Women are people who listen only to the little voice in their head. They get things done. They build things. Uncertainty and turbulence--in the economy, stock markets, governments, the weather, bad odds, you name it--only get their juices flowing. True, they often have dark and self-destructive sides—but we seem to like giving them a pass. They come with evey political and cultural stripe. They don’t care what you think. Ever. 1. Ben Franklin ...
Tags: Japan, Rachel Maddow, Jack Nicholson, Arianna Huffington, Australia, Steve Jobs, John Lennon, Pete Seeger, Margaret Thatcher, Ben Franklin, Bill Clinton, Winston Churchill, Warren Beatty, Jerry Brown, Johnson, Donald Trump


UPDATED: 107 Wild Men & Wild Women: The Rankings (2018 Edition)

Wild Men. Wild Women. Wild Men and Wild Women are people who listen only to the little voice in their head. They get things done. They build things. Uncertainty and turbulence--in the economy, stock markets, governments, the weather, bad odds, you name it--only get their juices flowing. True, they often have dark and self-destructive sides—but we seem to like giving them a pass. They come with evey political and cultural stripe. They don’t care what you think. Ever. 1. Christopher C...
Tags: Japan, Jack Nicholson, Arianna Huffington, Australia, Steve Jobs, John Lennon, Margaret Thatcher, Ben Franklin, Bill Clinton, Winston Churchill, Warren Beatty, Dylan Thomas, Johnson, Donald Trump, Frank Sinatra, Chrissie Hynde


Who is Isha Ambani, and why are Beyoncé and Hillary Clinton in India for her wedding?

High-profile celebrities, from Beyoncé to Hillary Clinton and Arianna Huffington, were spotted in India for Isha Ambani's pre-wedding festivities.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Arianna Huffington, India, Hillary Clinton, Usa Today, Isha Ambani


Fun Freetime: Thrive Global

Arianna Huffington had a heart warming and wide-ranging interview with TODAY co-anchor, author (and more!) Hoda Kotb for a new episode of the Thrive Global podcast.Brought to you by: Frugal Focus
Tags: Arianna Huffington, Frugality, Hoda Kotb


The 33-year-old millionaire founder of $3.75 billion Box thinks everyone needs to read these 2 books (BOX)

Box CEO Aaron Levie may have made his millions helping companies move their data to the cloud, but the 33-year-old founder still takes the time to sit down and read a book. It's up to Levie, the leader of a 1,960-person workforce at a company that has $500 million in annual revenue and is valued at $3.75 billion, to set the tone at Box. So even though Levie is known widely as the funniest CEO in enterprise tech, it's no surprise that his books of choice are actually quite serious. Speaking on s...
Tags: Amazon, Microsoft, Arianna Huffington, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Stewart Butterfield, Aaron Levie, Laurene Powell Jobs, McCord, Levie, Jack Stack, Patty McCord, SRC Holdings Corporation


Arianna Huffington's simple secret to beat burnout: Sleep

Arianna Huffington has had plenty of lofty titles in her career, but her preferred one these days is "sleep evangelist."
Tags: Arianna Huffington, Cnn


Remodeling 101: How to Achieve Total Darkness in the Bedroom (and Why It Matters)

Afraid of the dark? It’s time to overcome that fear. One of the secrets to a better night’s sleep is a pitch-black setting. Here’s why, plus a guide to making your bedroom a nighttime light-free zone. Above: A serene bedroom in a 200-year-old chalet remodeled by Zurich’s Bergdorf Agency for Concepts and Communication. Learn about the bedside lights in Design Sleuth: The Tolomeo Light Takes a Turn. How does darkness effect sleep? Darkness is the primary cue that tells our bodies it’s tim...
Tags: Books, London, Arianna Huffington, How-to, Harvard, House, Mexico City, Ikea, Zurich, Beds, Bedrooms, Christine, Chicago Tribune, National Sleep Foundation, Holly Golightly, Tulane University


Teamable, the Tinder for hiring, raises $5M and acquires Simppler

Teamable, a provider of hiring software that leverages employees’ social networks, has brought in $5 million from new investor Foundation Capital and existing backers True Ventures and SaaStr Fund. The startup also announced its acquisition of Simppler‘s referral recommendation engine and matchmaking recruiting software. Teamable’s co-founder and chief executive officer Laura Bilazarian declined to disclose the terms of the deal but said none of the $5 million investment was used to finance the ...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Lyft, Spotify, Arianna Huffington, Funding, San Francisco, Tech, Venture Capital, M&a, True Ventures, Foundation Capital, Crunchbase, Eventbrite, Foundation, Sharma


Remodeling 101: Bedside Lighting

Even Arianna Huffington reads in bed. Today, we’re zeroing in on a crucial bedroom detail with a lot of options: bedside lamps. Above: Mix-and-match bedside table lamps do the trick. See Steal This Look: An Artful Attic Bedroom in London for more. Why have bedside lighting? Recently we wrote about the importance of being able to achieve total darkness in the bedroom (insomniacs, that post is for you). Dark bedrooms are great for sleeping, but too little light hinders other activities, su...
Tags: Books, London, Matthew Williams, Arianna Huffington, Brooklyn, Richard, Lighting, Sarah, Hudson, Stockholm, St Helena, Cfl, Bedrooms, Task Lighting, Valentin, Freundlich


Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global is teaming up with Zenefits

Many are familiar with Arianna Huffington’s personal journey from media mogul to outspoken sleep advocate. In April 2007 she collapsed, broke her collarbone and woke up in a pool of blood, a well-publicized accident she attributes to sleep deprivation and exhaustion. In the years that followed, she shifted her focus to wellness, authoring two books on the topic:  Thrive and The Sleep Revolution ,  and later founded a wellness media company called Thrive Global. Thrive, which bills it...
Tags: Health, Startups, Apps, Arianna Huffington, Zenefits, Accenture, Salesforce, Parker Conrad, David Sacks, Sean Parker, Marc Benioff, J.p. Morgan, Huffington, Conrad, Greycroft Partners, Ooyala


Google cloud boss Diane Greene won't attend Saudi investment event, throwing a wrench into Google's plans to tap new revenue in the country (GOOG, GOOGL)

Diane Greene, Google cloud chief, will not attend an investment event in Saudi Arabia.  Greene is the latest US business leader to pull out of the event following the disappearance of a dissident Saudi journalist. Greene's decision not to attend the conference comes following a year whe Google has tried to build closer ties to the Saudi government.  Google is the latest in a still growing number of US businesses to distance themselves from Saudi Arabia following accusations that the governm...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Microsoft, Arianna Huffington, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, US, San Francisco, Trends, Turkey, Davos, Aol, Pentagon, Jeff Bezos, Huffington Post, Sundar Pichai


WWE finds itself between a rock and a Saud place

The WWE has a self-created Saudi Arabia problem on its hands. Crown Jewel, a pay-per-view event scheduled to take place on November 2nd in Riyadh, is under heavy scrutiny as we learn more about the Saudi government's role in the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi. And now, members of Congress are calling for the event to be canceled. On April 25th, 2016, Saudi Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman unveiled Saudi Vision 2030 – a plan to diversify Saudi Arabia’s economy and expand public service ...
Tags: Post, News, Arianna Huffington, Congress, Washington Post, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, New York Times, Connecticut, Los Angeles Times, Jeddah, Trump, Wwe, Riyadh, Mohammed bin Salman, Salman


Enterprise B2B Influencer Marketing Interview: Amisha Gandhi, SAP Ariba

One of the pioneers in the enterprise B2B influencer marketing space that I've been most fortunate to collaborate with most is Amisha Gandhi, (AmishaGandhi) Vice President of Influencer Marketing at SAP Ariba. Whether it was the SAP Leonardo launch microsite with interactive content and 30+ influencers sharing their expertise reaching 21 million views or campaigns like this one with Arianna Huffington plus internal and external influencers for SAP SuccessFactors, there's a lot of success in t...
Tags: Arianna Huffington, Seo, Sap, Marketo, Sprinklr, Lee Odden, Dun Bradstreet, Ariba, SAP Ariba, Amisha, Amisha Gandhi, Konstanze Brown, Dell Amisha Gandhi, Lucianna Moran, SAP Dell, Konstanze Alex Dell Luciana Moran Dun Bradstreet


Former Uber exec Andrew Chapin takes the wraps off his stealth mental health startup

One can only imagine what it was like to work at Uber in the years leading up to Susan Fowler’s infamous blog post. Many of the company’s leaders were said to be overly-competitive, sexist and inappropriate — “brilliant jerks,” as Arianna Huffington once said, — and its over-arching “move fast and break things” mentality hardly left room for employees to take a step back and reflect on how the company’s culture was impacting their mental health. Andrew Chapin joined Uber in 2011 as one of its...
Tags: Health, Uber, Apps, New York, Arianna Huffington, Finance, Stanford, Funding, Tech, Mental Health, Transport, Venture Capital, Manhattan, Goldman Sachs, Goldman, Lightspeed Venture Partners


The 32-year-old millionaire founder of $3.75 billion Box thinks everyone needs to read these two books (BOX)

Box CEO Aaron Levie may have made his millions helping companies move their data to the cloud, but the 32-year-old founder still takes the time to sit down and read a book. As the leader of a  1,960 -person workforce with $500 million in annual revenue, it's up to Levie to set the tone at Box. So, even though Levie is known widely as the funniest CEO in enterprise tech, it's no surprise that his books of choice are actually quite serious. Speaking on stage at BoxWorks, Box's annual user confere...
Tags: Microsoft, Arianna Huffington, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Stewart Butterfield, Aaron Levie, Laurene Powell Jobs, McCord, Levie, Jack Stack, Patty McCord, Reed Hastings Read, SRC Holdings Corporation


The 33-year-old millionaire founder of $3.75 billion Box thinks everyone needs to read these two books (BOX)

Box CEO Aaron Levie may have made his millions helping companies move their data to the cloud, but the 32-year-old founder still takes the time to sit down and read a book. As the leader of a  1,960 -person workforce with $500 million in annual revenue, it's up to Levie to set the tone at Box. So, even though Levie is known widely as the funniest CEO in enterprise tech, it's no surprise that his books of choice are actually quite serious. Speaking on stage at BoxWorks, Box's annual user confere...
Tags: Microsoft, Arianna Huffington, Trends, Netflix, Silicon Valley, Stewart Butterfield, Aaron Levie, Laurene Powell Jobs, McCord, Levie, Jack Stack, Patty McCord, Reed Hastings Read, SRC Holdings Corporation


Rock Star Tiffani; Musk Breakdown; Huffington Response; Growth IQ

"... insights for scaleups" HEADLINES: Success is a lousy teacher. It seduces smart people into thinking they can't lose.   Bill Gates as quoted in Growth IQ Elon Musk's Breakdown - and Arianna Huffington's Response -- in case you missed it, here's the NY Times' interview where Tesla founder Elon Musk details the excruciating stress he's under and how he's dealing with it. In response, here is a link to Arianna Huffington'...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Elon Musk, Leadership, Arianna Huffington, Tesla, Harvard, Bill Gates, Denver, Musk, Seth Godin, Ny Times, CRE, Huffington, Inc, Tiffani


Arianna Huffington And Elon Musk Debate The Need For Sleep

Tesla's CEO told HuffPost's co-founder that sleep was not an option for him right now.
Tags: News, Arianna Huffington, Tesla, HuffPost


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Tuesday. 1. Apple will reportedly release a new Mac Mini and a redesigned MacBook Air later this year. The new laptop will reportedly feature a 13-inch higher-resolution Retina display with thinner bezels, or borders, around the screen 2. Microsoft uncovered new Russian hacking attempts targeting Republicans ahead of midterm elections. The company said that a hacking group tied to the Russian government created fake internet domains that...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Elon Musk, Microsoft, Arianna Huffington, Trends, Tesla, Eu, Amsterdam, Reddit, Nvidia, SEC, MacBook Air, Huawei, Rothenberg Ventures, Alexa


Arianna Huffington won't let Elon Musk off the hook, says he must recharge

Arianna Huffington issued a new statement on Elon Musk and why he's on the wrong side of the sleep issue.
Tags: Elon Musk, Arianna Huffington, Cnn