Ryan Seacrest is not the new kid on the block anymore and he knows what works best for him. Now into his early 40’s, Mr. Seacrest is more self-aware, disciplined and at ease.
He kick starts his day with a shower, shave and moisturizer after savoring his favorite cup of matcha tea followed by a chaser of coffee. Then it’s time to get his body revved up.
No longer embarrassed about his exercise routine or using a trainer, host Ryan Seacrest fully owns the benefits he receives from working out, by mixing things up with boxing, his Peloton bike and running in the park.
After checking out what’s going on in the world and updating himself on the key topics circulating TV news, Ryan Seacrest enjoys his brief drive to the Live! studios by embarking on some reading.
Better understanding his own limitations and hectic morning schedule, Ryan prefers to handle more detailed tasks during the latter half of his work day. Demands that require his complete attention, are much more manageable to him, once the early morning rush of his work day has ended.
In addition to advantageously streamlining his day, Mr. Seacrest has also versed himself on how to interpersonally communicate with others most effectively. A few words of positive affirmation confirming he’s got the gist of what is being asked of him and he’s on board, are the components that work well for him.
Heralding a mostly vegetarian diet, Ryan has divulged his love of exemplary wine and food are the coveted perks of his down time.
Ryan Seacrest credits Dick Clark’s work ethic, as the example that he always tries to pattern his own career path after. The ability to make what he does every day appear easy to his viewers, much like Clark did so well, is his goal.
Ryan’s successes are evident on American Idol and Live with Kelly and Ryan, with his non-profit Ryan Seacrest Foundation dedicated to aspiring youth, his syndicated radio program On Air with Ryan, and his clothing and skincare lines Ryan Seacrest Distinction and Polished.