Ryan Seacrest, 43, claims he can only do so much in this lifetime. The man who literally has it all, recently moved to New York to host Live with Kelly Ripa. Seacrest also hosts a more than one nationally-syndicated radio show and recently teamed up with Burberry’s Christopher bailey to form his own clothing line.
With all he does, he still has to prioritize. His finds way to juggle his daily routine to ensure everything gets done.
“I usually get up around 6 a.m. to get my exercise in.” Seacrest works out with his trainer, Herman Santa, for about an hour. He eats breakfast, drinks coffee, and takes a a car to his job. “I can often read the newspaper on the way.”
Seacrest has a lot of things on his plate these days. He got his start in radio as a high schooler in Atlanta. After his first gig, he dropped out of the University of Georgia and moved to the West Coast; he hasn’t looked back.
Now, Seacrest is one of the most recognizable individuals on television. His true calling came when he started hosting reality singing show American Idol on Fox in 2002. The show catapulted him to massive stardom.
Since that point, TV host Seacrest has hosted a number of shows including ABC’S Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rocking Eve, Larry King Live and Deadline Hollywood. He has signed a number of multi-year contracts, including with E Network to produce Keeping Up With the Kardashians, Khloe and Lamar and Khloe and Kim Take New York.
Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) says he is able to take some time off to unwind. He admits he’s a huge foodie and loves vegan most of the time. Seacrest says he learned his biggest lessons from his mentor, Dick Clark.
“Dick always told me if you can do a job and make it look easy, you have it made. That’s something I’ll never forget.”
Hussain Sajwani founded his company, DAMAC Properties Dubai in 2002. He is both chairman and CEO of the group. Headquartered in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, they are involved in developing residential, leisure, and commercial properties in Dubai and the Middle East. DAMAC has partnered with renowned industry leaders Versace, Fendi, Just Cavalli, and Bugatti to create their award winning high-end golf course communities and high-rise luxury apartments. They also operate and manage luxury hotels under the Paramount Hotels and Resorts umbrella. They are now the largest private real estate developer in the Middle East.
Sajwani began his career during the 1980’s in the food service industry, catering to workers in the energy sector as well as serving US troops during operation Desert Storm. This experience allowed him to make contacts with influential people establishing relationships which would later prove both financially and personally beneficial . In 2001, after establishing himself in the catering industry, Dubai began allowing foreigners to own property which led to the development of DAMAC Properties.
DAMAC Properties is known for its grandiose approach to property development. They focus on 5-star developments and market them aggressively. According to alaraby.co.uk, they have even been known for giving away free Lamborghinis to apartment buyers. This mindset and business strategy may be one reason why his family is closely connected with the Trump family. He and Donald Trump collaborated on two golf courses in 2013, both situated within Dubai developments financed by the DAMAC group. While Donald Trump has pulled back from any business deals during the tenure of his presidency, both families are still very much intertwined on a personal level.
DAMAC Properties is also very focused on their philanthropic efforts for the younger generation in the middle east. They recognize the importance of nurturing their future leaders and are aware of the poverty issues that surround them. They recently partnered with Emirates Red Crescent, a humanitarian organization, to establish a fund to supply much-needed clothing to needy children in the Middle East. They were able to white a check for AED two million to help support the fund.
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People are the main priority to Papa John’s CEO, Steve Ritchie. They of course include the customers who buy Papa John’s products, franchisees who run the restaurants, pizza makers, cashiers, delivery personnel and the many other team members who keep operations at Papa John’s running smoothly and professionally. By extension, what affects the workers and the company, also affects their families and the communities in which they live, and so these too are very important.
Steve Ritchie understands it’s essential to hear from those who are such an integral part of the Papa John’s organization. That’s why he recently visited Papa John’s stores in several cities across the U.S. to listen and learn from the people who are so vital to the business. He knows that without them, there would be no business.
Steve Ritchie heard from the franchisees who expressed how they considered their teams as part of their families. He heard about their deep roots in their communities and their support of the organizations in their neighborhoods. He listened to the sometimes challenging communications the team members have had with customers and efforts to regain customers’ trust. Throughout these thought-provoking interactions, Steve Ritchie was inspired that he and the Papa John’s team shared a renewed and optimistic focus on improvement. There was anticipation about moving forward with positivity and purpose. Papa John’s realizes each individual in the company has a significant role. During his visits, Steve Ritchie learned that everyone on the team was excited about making the future of Papa John’s the best it can be. Ritchie wrote an apology letter to its customers as per Yahoo Finance.
The listening doesn’t stop with the visits, as Steve Ritchie will continue listening, learning and being motivated by the Papa John’s team and its customers. He is focused on being responsive to feedback and new ideas. He is excited about continuous improvement and meeting challenges. Papa John’s (@PapaJohns) is committed to providing great food and outstanding service to the marketplace and making it a place where customers, team members, franchisees, their communities, families and other stakeholders are heard and respected.
Read more: https://www.cnbc.com/2018/07/13/papa-johns-is-not-an-individual-ceo-says-plans-diversity-audit-.html
Victoria Doramus is one of many inspirational people who have gotten through addiction and are now substance-abuse free. In her 20s, she formed cocaine and Adderall habits that became problems. In 2011, at the age of 26, she entered rehab for the first time. She spent a whopping 45 days the facility in Tuscon. After coming out, she had a better understanding of herself and addiction. However, throughout the years after her first rehab experience, she kept relapsing into her bad habits.
Victoria Doramus tried to change the conditions in her life to kick her habits. She tried to change friends, residences, states and countries. However, she could never get rid of her substance abuse habits. It came to a point where she was homeless with persistent drug problems. She would consume a bottle of amphetamines a day, and she would enter states of psychosis.
On Thanksgiving Day, in 2016, Victoria Doramus did something that got her into trouble. She was arrested and had no one to call for help. All of her friends and family abandoned her because she proved to be too much of a burden with her immense drug problems. She started long-term treatment with an institution called Burning Tree. There were twelve steps in the program, and each step lasted for a month. Afterward, she lived in a sober-living halfway house in Dallas. She had absolutely nothing and was forced to remain sober. She worked as a waitress and was able to sustain herself. Eventually, she got back into contact with her mother and moved back to New York, where she now works for various non-profits.
Victoria Doramus supports the Best Friends Animal Society, Amy Whinehouse Foundation, the Women’s Prison Association, and Room To Read.
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