On the most recent episode of The Thrive Global Podcast with iHeart Radio and Sleep Number, Thrive Global founder and CEO Arianna Huffington, an Uber board member, sat down with Bozoma Saint John, the Chief Brand Officer at Uber. In a wide-ranging conversation, Huffington and Saint John spoke about everything from her relationship with sleep to overcoming loss and grief.
One of the most common feelings we all experience these days is feeling overwhelmed. Once overwhelmed it can seem almost impossible to sum up the motivation needed to get things done.
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My mission at Get Rich Slowly is to help readers achieve personal and financial freedom.
My guest today is David Meltzer, entrepreneur, speaker, author, and CEO of Sports 1 Marketing. His personal objective in life is to make a lot of money, help a lot of people, and have a lot of fun.
A new study on mobile downloads shows self-care apps are growing in popularity. But although Headspace and Calm lead the pack, there are lots of alternatives.
Anxiety. We've all experienced it before.
A six-figure paycheck probably sounds like a lot of money to most people struggling to make ends meet across the U.S.
An average person spends one-third of their life at work. Work-life balance isn't just a buzz-word anymore, it's practically a KPI for your company's success.
Embrace and engage your greatest power by taking one small, but important step out of your comfort zone. One step towards a better, stronger and happier you.
(The Conversation) Why do people distrust atheists?
A recent study we conducted, led by psychologist Will Gervais, found widespread and extreme moral prejudice against atheists around the world. Across all continents, people assumed that those who committed immoral acts, even extreme ones such as serial murder, were more likely to be atheists.
This is Part TWO of the The Solopreneur's Ultimate Guide To Spring. For tips on how to use the energy of this season to review your business goals and refresh your brand please read Part ONE here.
Stanford Graduate School of Business lecturer Leah Weiss, principal teacher and trainer in Stanford's Compassion Cultivation Program, opens her new book, How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind, with the cobbler's story. It still strikes a chord today, she says, because nothing provides more opportunities than the workplace for us to feel discouraged, disappointed, bored, overwhelmed, envious, embarrassed, anxious, irritated, outraged, and afraid to say what we really feel.
If you thought the New York subway system's derailments, delays, and dead corpses made it a complete and utter hellscape before, think again. Things have somehow managed to get even worse!
After a tortuously nice weekend of 80-degree weather and some actual, desperately needed sunshine, a massive rainstorm swept into NYC on Monday, obliterating any modicum of happiness that may have attempted to set in.
Mumbai: Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh chief Mohan Bhagwat on Monday cautioned the Narendra Modi government against selling more than 49% stake in Air India, and said no country has ever allowed a foreign entity to hold more than that in its national airliner.
The RSS chief was speaking on the Indian Economy and Economic Policies at the Bombay Stock Exchange, with NITI Aayog vice chairman Rajiv Kumar on the dais.
Molang: Season 2
Join Molang, a round, fluffy, and happy rabbit, and his friend, Piu Piu, a poised, timid, and reserved yellow chick, as they explore everyday life. Despite their many differences, Molang and Piu Piu enjoy a special friendship.
Never continue in a job you don't enjoy. If you're happy in what you're doing, you'll like yourself, you'll have inner peace.
The following skills are essential to quickly filtering through the endless universes of information, choices, and distractions that now lay before us in a digital and global world.
Mindfulness??the awareness of CONTEXT and of changes within that context (patterns, themes, connections, predictions).
Just across the California border from Yuma, Arizona, lies the town of Felicity, established in 1986 by now 89-year-old Jacques Andr-Istel. Pretty much the only reason you'd ever visit the town is to see another creation of his, the Museum of History in Granite.
UK employers are more likely to offer mental health support to their staff than their counterparts around the globe, according to a survey by Deloitte.
A survey of 202 UK employers, conducted as part of Deloitte's 2018 Global Human Capital Trends report, found that more than a third (36%) offered mental health counselling to their staff.
The rise of social media has meant that we as a global population are more connected than we have ever been in the history of time.
However, our reliance on social media can have a detrimental effect on our mental health, with the average Brit checking their phone as much 28 times a day.