Ryan Seacrest was the focus of a June 12, 2018 Men’s Style section of the New York Times. In the article, the 43 year old discussed his routines and strategies for dealing with his busy life.
First of all, Ryan recently moved to New York from LA to host “Live With Kelly and Ryan”, a morning TV show. In addition, he hosts “On Air With Ryan”, a nationally-syndicated radio show. Ryan is a producer of the singing competition TV series, “American Idol”. Seacrest is co-founder of Polished, a men’s skin care brand, and founder of the menswear brand known as Ryan Seacrest Distinction. Also, Seacrest is involved in a non-profit organization, The Ryan Seacrest Foundation, which is dedicated to inspiring youth.
According to Ryan, he follows a daily routine which starts early with a matcha tea, followed by coffee. Ryan works out daily with a trainer, and had recently tried boxing. Ryan, who admits to an attention deficit disorder, talks of the self-discipline he has had to instill at work in order to put some things aside and give full focus to the task at hand. This often involves having particular chunks of time only for certain tasks. He has found that people seem to want to hear three words from him, “yes” and “got it”. Discipline continues in his personal life, as Seacrest often finds it useful to not have his phone on him constantly and even goes as far as to lock it in a safe while on trips.
Ryan reflects on his busy life by saying he works to eat well and often enjoys a long family style meal on weekends served with a fantastic bottle of wine. It was former coworker, Dick Clark, that gave Seacrest his career guiding words. Clark told him that he would be doing his job well if everyone watching thought it looked easy. Ryan Seacrest is living those words. Follow @ryanseacrest on Instagram.