What I've Learned, with Arianna Huffington
Arianna Huffington talks with people she loves and admires in fields from music and technology to sports and industry about the lessons they've learned over the last twelve months.
Rufus Wainwright on Using This Time Well
Musician Rufus Wainwright joins Arianna Huffington in a wide-ranging conversation about what the pandemic has taught him about marriage, parenting, rest and recovery, and solitude.
Marc Benioff on Creating a New Future
Salesforce founder and CEO Marc Benioff speaks with Arianna Huffington about the connection between meditation and leadership, and how the pandemic has him reimagining a new future for himself and his company.
Jonathan Biss on Spirituality and Music
For pianist Jonathan Biss, music and spirituality have always been inseparable. But the pandemic has forced him to slow down, become more mindful, and deepen his connection to music. In this episode, he talks with Arianna Huffington about spirituality, mindfulness, meditation, sleep, and performance.
Laurie Santos on Happiness
Laurie Santos, cognitive scientist at Yale and the mind behind The Happiness Lab podcast, talks with Arianna Huffington about happiness, resilience and the power of social connection. She says this past year has taught her the power of confronting her emotions and reframing her anxieties.
Alexis Ohanian on Setting Boundaries
Founder of Seven Seven Six, Alexis Ohanian is married to one of the world's greatest athletes, Serena Williams. So when she told him he worked even harder than her, he took it as a compliment. But he quickly realized it wasn't. He was falling prey to "hustle culture," trying to stay as busy as possible, and he was risk
Tim Ferriss on Giving Up Control
Millions of people look to Tim Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, for advice about how to live their lives better. So what advice has he learned to give himself during this tumultuous year? Forget trying to maintain the illusion that you can control everything. Instead, learn from the Stoics, and look to what you