We frequently hear stories of heroism from the ranks of the military. Activists all over the world speak out with little thought to their safety. These courageous people face situations we believe should evoke feelings of fear -- yet they do what they do anyway.
"Pick an image that ignites the joy in you. It can be your child, a pet, the ocean, a painting you love -- something that inspires a sense of wonder. And any time you feel contracted, go to it to help you expand."
The problem here is not just that people are discouraged from self-determination. Modern society is organized to avoid human choice. Ever-more-detailed rules are designed to prevent people from acting on their own sense of right and wrong.
Arianna appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" Wednesday to talk about her new book "Thrive," which focuses on how to live a stable, balanced life in ...
The warmer weather's promise of spring provided a welcome backdrop for three, charitable, very social benefits. The ladies of the social set were all ...
Arianna Huffington says that in order to even start to have wisdom, we have to start disconnecting from external devices -- like social media or gadgets -- and start reconnecting with ourselves.
The leader that has what it takes to thrive in this socially inter-dependent era is a far cry from the command-and-control myth of the past.
Some of us follow our dreams and live our divine purpose, while others give in to the fear of disapproval from important people in our lives. Yet those are the times we really should be following our heart with purpose, with determination and with fearlessness.
We're stressed out of our minds. We're busy beyond belief. We're overworked, over-connected online and under-connecting in real life.
I want to invite you to join Arianna Huffington and a global community of like-minded people on what will be a life-transforming journey into fearless living.
When you begin to show up and are present in everything you do, your daily cherished moment's list will be endless. Cherished moments can be as simple as drinking a Chai Latte in bed while reading the newspaper to spending time with your favorite people.
Wellbeing, wisdom, wonder, and the ability to take joy in service -- these are the components of the Third Metric. Money and power have their place, but they are not enough.
An expert in health policy, public and private health services, managed care programs and health information technology, Dr. Carledenise Edwards has deep experience as an administrator, educator, researcher, and as a policy and business analyst.
In this week's vlog, I talk about why it can be challenging for us to focus on what truly matters and why we're often caught up in our desire to "get ahead" (aka focus on our resume).
Imagine this: You have fewer meetings because you've chosen wisely. To those meetings that you do attend, you bring a strong intention and full engagement. As a result, connected, conscious dialogue flourishes. Others feel seen, met, and heard. High-quality work gets done.