Ryan Seacrest is an accomplished Television host and a radio show host. He co-hosts the morning TV show, ”Live” with Kelly Ripa. He is also a successful television programs producer. He produces such popular reality TV shows like “The America Idol” and “Keeping Up with the Kardashians.”
Don’t sweat the small stuff
Even though hosting a Television show is a demanding job, Ryan Seacrest’s looks at it the other way. He believes that one should take things easy. That way, a hard task will become simple. His mantra is to make the job appear easy for his listeners and those who are watching his show. A valuable lesson he learnt from his friend, the late Dick Clerk. Ryan takes issues as they come. He does not sweat the small stuff.
First things first
As much as American Idol host Ryan Seacrest is a “man of the people,” he knows how to keep boundaries. He knows that people like to hear the word “yes” and so he gives them just that. But this does not mean that he has to answer his email or his phone call immediately, as per the NY Times. No. for an extended period, he has come to believe in self-discipline. He believes in arranging issues in the order of importance and urgency. Some issues, though equally important, can wait.
Eat well, work out
As for Ryan Seacrest, food and wine do not just go together. They are the reason why he works. During the weekends, he fancies a two-hour meal accompanied by a bottle of wine. Ryan Seacrest is also a gym enthusiast. He works out even during business hours. Ryan loves to run in the park to keep fit. Also, he does boxing – save for matcha tea and a cup of coffee, his morning schedule is about working out.
Giving back to the community
Through his Foundation; Ryan Seacrest Foundation (RSF), he is giving back to the community more so, the hospital community. The foundation aims to inspire young people through education capabilities and also through entertainment. The Foundation also constructs broadcasting studios within pediatric hospitals. The aim is to ease the treatment and recuperating process for children.