As many of his fan base is aware, Ryan Seacrest seems to be a man on a mission. From hosting Dick Clark’s New That’s Rockin’ Eve to starting his own non-profit organization, he seems to be everywhere at once. Leaving us to wonder what he’s really like and how he keeps it all together.
A Routine Morning
According to the New York Times, Ryan Seacrest is a man all about his routine. He greets the day early with comfortable clothes and a mix of matcha. Physical training is also an important part of his routine. Insisting that it helps him to regulate a hectic day; he is known to take a personal trainer when he is out of town.
After the previous co-host left Kelly Ripa stranded, the network looked around for a replacement and their eyes lit on Ryan Secreast. In 2017, he officially joined the show; now aptly named Live with Kelly and Ryan.
It might surprise people to know that Regis and Kelly did not socialize while off the air. This is surprising as Ryan Seacrest and Kelly Ripa are known to chat it up in the green room and even FaceTime each other. Their comraderie off the set has made a tremendous impact while they are on the air.
A Giving Spirit
When travelling coast to coast one sees many things. What inspired Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) the most was the courage he saw from children facing life threatening conditions. Watching them battle for their lives, he was inspired to do something that would help lift their spirits.
According to TMZ, this was the beginning of the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. A non-profit dedicated to inspiring children through music and entertainment. Through this program these children have a happy diversion from medical treatments and procedures. The foundation has developed Seacrest Studios to build interactive tv/radio studios and even introduce children to their favorite stars.
While his life may be hectic, he is thoroughly grounded by his work. Especially, through his foundation. He sees the bigger picture and still makes time to relax with a good bottle of wine.
See Ryan’s favorite reply to emails: http://www.businessinsider.com/