The Third Women's Revolution: Changing the World, with Arianna Huffington

Arianna Huffington describes what she calls "the third women's revolution": a transformation of the world and its social values in order to suit both genders.

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According to Arianna Huffington, there have been three major women's revolutions. The first was achieving suffrage. The second was gaining access to jobs in top professions. The third, which Huffington explains is ongoing, is a transformation of the world and its social values in order to suit both men and women.

Why We Need to Disconnect From Technology, with Arianna Huffington

No one should be plugged in 24/7, says Arianna Huffington. A commitment to mindfulness as a life strategy requires an easing away from our devices, especially before bedtime.

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In conversation with How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes author Maria Konnikova, Arianna Huffington explains that no one — not even the head of a 24/7 multimedia company — needs to be plugged in all the time.

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Arianna Huffington: Mindfulness Taps into a Childlike Wisdom and Wonder

Arianna Huffington explains to Maria Konnikova how mindfulness seeks to recreate "the Garden of Eden, but with consciousness."

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Arianna Huffington explains to Maria Konnikova how mindfulness seeks to recreate "the Garden of Eden, but with consciousness." Mindful people seek to erase resentment, bitterness, anger, and judgment, seeking instead to experience the world in the present without the shadows of the past.

This is the third video in an exclusive video series of today’s brightest minds exploring the theory of genius. Exclusive videos will be posted daily on youtube.com/bigthink  throughout 92nd Street Y’s second annual 7 Days of Genius Festival: Venture into the Extraordinary, running March 1 to March 8, 2015.

Arianna Huffington: Our Macho Culture of 24/7 Work is a Delusion. Mindfulness is the antidote.

Arianna Huffington argues that mindfulness meditation is a necessary antidote to America's unhealthy work culture.

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In conversation with How to Think Like Sherlock Holmes author Maria Konnikova, Arianna Huffington argues that mindfulness meditation is a necessary antidote to the US' unhealthy work culture, one that rewards long hours and the appearance of hard work over real focus and connectedness

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