When social networks such as Facebook and Twitter first caught on, they seemed like little more than harmless dalliances, and smartphones such as Apple Inc.’s iPhone looked like a handy convenience for reaching internet services and information anywhere. Show More Summary
Of the estimated 500 million blogs online, only a handful are generating six- to seven-figure incomes per month. These are the likes of Arianna Huffington, Mike Arrington and Pete Cashmore, in the million-dollar marks, and Pat Flynn of SmartPassiveIncome.com, and Michelle of makingsenseofcents.com, earning over $100,000 a month, to name some. Show More Summary
New survey findings show the #MeToo movement could have some unintended, harmful consequences.
When I heard about Arianna Huffington’s new Thrive app for Android, I thought what any rational person in control of their own lives would: this is stupid. Who needs an app that stops you from accessing your other apps? After using it for a couple of days, however, I’m sad to say that I need this app. Show More Summary
In a fascinating chapter on meta-learning (that is, learning about learning) in The Four-Hour Chef, Tim Ferriss talks about the deconstruction of skills that we’d love to master. This is “where we flip things upside down and look atShow More Summary
With The Huffington Post no longer accepting online story submissions from outside contributors, Amy Zellmer has some things to say. The post An Open Letter to Arianna Huffington appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Did you text? Sorry, I can’t see messages right now. Arianna Huffington locked my phone. The media tycoon turned wellness entrepreneur wants to keep you out of your phone, too, with a new app called Thrive. Its goal is to make it cool for a generation hooked on smartphones to occasionally detox. Among Thrive’s capabilities: […]
Between emails, social media accounts, calls, text messages, WhatsApp, and more, our smartphones have become ticking bombs, gradually turning us (and our children) into co-dependent, digital junkies. Media mogul Arianna Huffington is seeking a solution to this invasive addiction, and announced today that through her startup, Thrive Global, she is launching a new kind of […]
Running a major company is hard work, but many CEOs make personal time a priority. These highly successful professionals firmly believe a balanced lifestyle is necessary to stay at the top. If your personal life has taken a backseat to your career, consider making a change for the better. Get inspired by learning how some...
In a recent Harvard Business Review article, Arianna Huffington reported that every email she — or her employees — receives on vacation is deleted. The CEO and founder of Thrive Global thinks it’s harder to relax on vacation when you’re continually receiving email notifications. Show More Summary
Arianna Huffington wants you to work smarter, not harder. She believes a corporate mentality that rewards burning the midnight oil is actually reducing productivity, by causing burnout. Lack of sleep could be costing the U.S. economy $411 billion per year, it turns out. Show More Summary
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Remember when these two nothings were doing a high-larious sketch called "Strange Bedfellows" as they showed that people from different sides of the aisle could get along? Except of course they weren't from different sides of the aisle; Franken was...
"He was no more ‘groping’ me than I was ‘strangling’ him in the photo I just tweeted," the media mogul says.
Newly revealed pictures show Sen. Al Frankengrabbing self-described feminist Arianna Huffingtonon her bottom and breasts. The never-before-published images, taken for a magazine in 2000 and obtained exclusively by The Post, include a number of frames showing the former “Saturday Night Live” star … Continued
Huffington said a "New York Post" story that Al Franken groped her in a 2000 photo shoot "trivializes sexual harassment."
Good morning kids. Up front (heh) we have the continued fallout from the Al Franken sex-cade, as pictures from a 2000 photo shoot show him groping Arianna Huffington's considerable bits. Though she claims it was all in fun (well,...
Even Arianna Huffington said “the notion that there was anything inappropriate in this photo shoot is truly absurd.”
Arianna Huffington said the photos were intended for comedic effect.
Troubles surrounding Senator Al Franken seemed to have deepened. Leeann Tweeden recently came forward to allege that Franken stuck his tongue in her mouth during a USO tour in 2006, as reported by the Inquisitr. A video of Leann grabbing Robin Williams’ backside soon went viral afterward. Show More Summary