- University of ViennaFinance and Marketing, 1986 - 1989
- Université Libre de BruxellesFinance and Marketing, 1982 - 1986
- French Lycee LyauteyEconomics, 1973 - 1982
I was raised and born in Morocco a tolerant and open country that often sheltered refugees and championned peace, justice and freedom across the centuries. Having lived many years in Richmond-South-West London I feel naturally connected with...Splendid United Kingdom and my Great British friends... Like Arnie Schwarzenegger i am Austrian too! Not yet Californian...Definitely Relocating there … I Am on Google+ and Facebook of course...Linkedin... and other serious Platforms...
I connect people who add values... confirm values to each other and share values with each other! I enjoy coaching them...Personally...their undertakings and their enterprises. Integrating Zen, Management, Bio Energy and Fitness. In corpo sano... I love making friends all over the world and particularly where i have been...The more different...the more interresting...As Antoine de Saint Exupery says...If i differ from you, far from harming you, i enrich you...
- Final FrOntiersCEO, 2011 - present
Not feeling very thankful? If so, it’s your loss, says science.
Reviewing a handful of studies on the subject, Harvard Health contends that "gratitude helps people feel more positive emotions, relish good experiences, improve their health, deal with adversity, and build strong relationships."
So it’s no wonder expressing gratitude is the first social habit most of us acquire. We’re taught to say thank you around the same time that we’re busy sorting out whether or not Play-Doh is food. The fact that so many of us struggle with the practice long into adulthood means we aren’t just disappointing our parents. We’re also hurting our health and careers.
These are a few of the more surprising benefits of being grateful.
StyleHaul, the digital fashion and beauty platform, got its start in 2011 on YouTube with style how-tos and beauty review videos starring and produced by a growing network of millennial influencers.
Now StyleHaul has 7,000 influencers creating videos in 86 countries (half of them outside the U.S.), a staff of more than 100, and more than 500 million social fans.
This summer, the company launched its first foray into original scripted content on YouTube with Vanity—a drama starring Denise Richards and model Karrueche Tran, sponsored by Maybelline. An upcoming scripted series will even feature one of StyleHaul's own influencers as a producer.
Here's how Horbaczewski mastered social storytelling and made it a tentpole of her business:
5 WAYS TO MAKE YOUR NEXT FLIGHT LESS BORING
CATCH UP ON YOUR READING, LISTEN TO SOME PODCASTS, AND LEARN SOME NEW SKILLS.
Wheels up! Here are a handful of apps to keep you entertained on your next flight, all of which feature offline modes, just in case your plane isn’t equipped with Wi-Fi.
PENCILS OF PROMISE FOUNDER ADAM BRAUN SHARES HOW HE MAKES CONNECTIONS, WHAT HE'S LEARNED FROM FAILURE, AND
During our second live #MentorPowerHour event with Local Levo New York, Levo 100 honoree and Pencils of Promise founder Adam Braun discussed how he turned his passion into a profession.
Speaking to a packed house at the Pencils of Promise office, Braun discussed everything from what inspired him to build his first school (it was his grandmother!) to what keeps him energized (wellness and meditation). Read on to hear some of Braun’s best words of the night:
As one of the first female sportscasters in the country, it wasn't unusual for me to be the only woman in the locker room. In fact, I've spent my entire career working in male-dominated fields, first as a broadcast journalist for FOX and ABC affiliates, and later working in, then running, marketing departments in Silicon Valley.
While the U.S. has come a long way since passing the Equal Pay Act in 1963, gender equality in the workplace remains elusive. Particularly in male-dominated fields, women often face challenges that go far beyond the wage gap.
Researchers from Indiana University, for instance, recently found that women in mostly male workplaces experience more stress due to social isolation, performance pressures, obstacles to mobility, and coworkers’ doubts about their competence.
To help cope with—and succeed—despite all that, here are some tips for women in male-dominated workplaces that I picked up in locker rooms and have taken with me to Silicon Valley.
As we slide into that time of year where we’re encouraged to give thanks and be grateful, it’s a good idea to take that advice to heart. While developing an "attitude of gratitude" might seem like just another platitude, there’s science indicating it’s actually good for us.
The formal study of gratitude’s benefits is relatively young, but researchers have found that gratitude can enhance well-being and improve romantic relationships, among other benefits. A 2011 study published in the journal Heart International found that acute cardiac patients who had positive psychological interventions actually had better outcomes than those who didn’t.
The NYC subway is a great social experiment, a place where socioeconomics, race, age, and religion take the backseat to one of the only scenes of real diversity in our world: standing room only inside a metal box during rush hour.
If you’ve ever glanced around a subway curious as to where your fellow rider was just 10 minutes ago, then you’ll be equally intrigued by Blackout, a new virtual reality experience by Specular, a studio founded by James George, who is known best for his pioneering 3-D documentary, Clouds. Built for VR headsets like the Oculus Rift, Blackout places you on a NYC subway train, dims the lights for a moments, and grants you telepathic powers. So by looking at one of the 27 passengers, you can hear their innermost thoughts.
Leadership advice about finding your "vision" isn't too hard to come by. The thing is, most of it is pretty egocentric. Vision is too often understood as belonging to an individual leader, rather than something that can be shared by everyone.
And when talk turns to a company's vision, it becomes more about mission, purpose, and corporate culture—in other words, organizational goals, not leadership.
EVERY BUSINESS OUT THERE IS DELIVERING SOME PRODUCT OR SERVICE THAT MAKES ITS CUSTOMERS' LIVES BETTER IN ONE WAY OR ANOTHER . . . TAP INTO THAT.
Is it even possible to be a "visionary" leader without being (or at least being seen as) a self-absorbed egotist? Of course it is, but many leaders don't understand how to strike that balance.
These three shifts in the way leaders talk about vision—their own, their company's, and how they align—can help make that meaningful to everyone, and still prevent them from coming off as arrogant jerks.
While people have been giving thanks on Thanksgiving for a long time, the scientific study of gratitude is a more recent phenomenon. Gratitude has been touted as a tonic for whatever ails you, and indeed, some research has found that expressing gratitude can improve well-being. Of course, research is a tricky thing. A few other studies have shown more limited benefits. Still, it seems that counting your blessings can’t hurt, right?
With that mind-set, I began to keep a gratitude journal in October for the month leading up to Thanksgiving. I wanted to see what effect the practice would have on my life. I did find the practice helpful—but not for the reasons usually mentioned.
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