thrive conference

What I want to underline here is the fact that once we stop looking at the world in terms of men vs. women competing for power, great things happen. In fact, the intelligence of a culture resides precisely in its ability to share leadership. So here are six things I learned from women, which not only enriched my life, but they actually help me thrive.
Arianna and Mika welcome guests back to the Thrive Conference, held in New York City.
Arianna and Mika welcome guests back to the Thrive Conference, held in New York City.
Over two days we heard from neuroscientists, doctors, musicians, writers, teachers, comedians, artists and a yoga instructor who led what was probably Manhattan's biggest yoga class. I hope the more than 2,000 attendees were able to take home some tools to make changes in their daily lives. But for those of you who weren't able to make it, here are some highlights from the conference.
What did this California girl learn from visiting New York City? Be present. Love yourself. Be whole, not perfect.
Today's new reality includes more and more people having multiple jobs and wanting to create additional streams of income. I want to share with you the seven changes that I have implemented in my own life in order to avoid burnout.
I recently attended Arianna Huffington's event, THRIVE, and listened to both Dr. Dean Ornish and Dr. Mark Hyman discussing the significant role of diet in overall well-being. The physical cannot be separated from the mental, and in fact without it thriving is almost impossible.
"When you woke up this morning, did you go directly to your smartphones?" asked Huffington. "If you did, do not judge yourselves
Success, to me, doesn’t just come from work -- it comes from many channels. The more balanced you are, the better. But it’s
If you prioritize this Third Metric in your professional life, will the other two legs of the stool appear, or will you topple over just as easily as those who prioritize money and influence?