How Ryan Seacrest Does It All

Ryan Seacrest is a prominent radio and TV host who interviews celebrities, but the spotlight was placed on him when GQ magazine interviewed him in 2015.

The interviewer began by asking Seacrest how many jobs he had. He said that he has nearly ten different jobs. Specifically, he has three radio shows, one of them being On Air with Ryan Seacrest. He is also the host of American Idol, Live with Kelly and Ryan and Dick Clark’s New Year’s Rockin’ Eve. He is also the host on the red carpet for E! News. Aside from being a radio and TV host, he started his own clothing line called Ryan Seacrest Distinction.

Despite being very busy, he doesn’t forget to give back. Seacrest has his own non-profit organization called the Ryan Seacrest Foundation. This organization gives hospitalized children the chance to experience the broadcasting industry.

So how does he manage it all? He explained that he can efficiently work on different projects for TV and radio because both studios are in the same building. When it comes to completing tasks, he has a great team that keeps him on schedule, and he works quickly.

Also, he doesn’t like to waste time; for instance, he doesn’t take leisurely lunch breaks. Instead, he prefers to eat on-the-go, at his desk, or even while standing. When asked if he has many unread emails, Seacrest explained that he promptly responds to emails within thirty minutes to an hour of getting them.

Since he works long hours, Seacrest (@RyanSeacrest) was asked if he relies on coffee to get him through the day. Ryan loves coffee, but he doesn’t drink it every day. He doesn’t need coffee to get him energized in the morning; simply going live on the radio gives him the energy and the motivation he needs.

Towards the end of the interview, Ryan was asked what kind of legacy he would like to leave behind. Seacrest wants to be remembered as your friend on the radio and on TV, and he wants to be remembered as the host who naturally draws viewers in while causing them to leave their worries behind.

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