Deepak Chopra sits down with influential women in various industries across the globe to discuss their careers, tips for mindful business practices and perspectives on life. One World Women dives deep into the trials, triumphs and failures which molded these women into the powerful leaders they are today.
So often in modern society, we look at success as being defined narrowly as attaining money and power. Particularly in the business world, there is a tendency to forget that there should be other measures of success including health, well-being, empathy and morality. These are the things that make up the Third Metric and there is a move by many in the business world to ensure that more emphasis is places on these things. Arianna Huffington is one business leader who is speaking passionately about this move. Read more.Watch
For so many young children, appearing in a Broadway play is a dream; a fantasy that will perhaps motivate them, but likely never come true. Randi Zuckerberg is no exception. If you had asked me at seven years old what I wanted to do with my life, I would have said I wanted to sing on Broadway. But like many children, there came a point where the goal seemed unreachable. My dreams came to a crashing halt when I got to Harvard and was rejected from the music major and thought gosh, I guess I need a new life plan. Read more.Watch
As the daughter of Indian immigrants who came to this country to pursue higher education, it is not surprising that Shaifali Puri has followed in her parents very motivated footsteps. Shaifali recently sat down with Deepak Chopra to discuss how she began her career and how it brought her to the Nike Foundation. Read more.Watch
There are few people who have had as much impact on the fashion world as Diane Von Furstenberg. Legendary for her effortless wrap dresses and vibrant patterns, her influence on design can be seen everywhere. Stars like Gwenyth Paltrow, Susan Sarandon, Jennifer Lopez and even Kate Middleton have worn her designs. When Deepak Chopra sat down with Diane he wanted to discuss what has been the inspiration for a woman who has gone on to inspire so many others. Read more.Watch
On his One World show Deepak Chopra has had the opportunity to sit down with a variety of guest from a multitude of fields to discuss their successes and the projects they support. Deepak is no stranger to success stories though; beyond his own highly successful career, there are a number of successful entrepreneurs and philanthropists in his own family. In a very special episode Deepak shared with us a conversation with his daughter Mallika Chopra. Read more.Watch
After being given an unnecessary hysterectomy at the age of 42, Michelle King Robson saw a dramatic shift in her health. She went into menopause overnight, gained weight, experienced hot flashes, joint pain and memory loss. I got so sick that I didn’t want to live anymore, she recalls of the experience. Her struggles with the procedure and the long road to recovery that followed, lead her to create her website EmpowHER.com. Read more.Watch
After the traumatic loss of her 17-year old brother in high school due to suicide, Lauren Anderson launched and is now running the Josh Anderson Foundation. The organization helps prevent teenage suicide and implement programs in high schools that reduce stigma and empower youth to seek help. Lauren explains in this show that if you can interject and connect with the student during a period of crisis, most often you can talk them out of taking an impulsive decision. Mindfulness, meditation and yoga in addition play a big role in the ongoing process. Youth are not necessarily self-aware. During busy school weeks they’re generally going and going and going. Students need the tools to be a little more self-aware of what they’re feeling and thinking, and positively react instead of impulsively reacting. Lauren tries to help safe teenage lives and take to heart their mental wellness.Watch