Listen to Arianna Huffington, Billy Shore, and Claudia Flemings’ Conversation About the Effect of Stress on Creativity

They sat down to discuss burnout in the restaurant industry, the importance of rest, and how small habits can profoundly improve our well-being.

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On his podcast, Add Passion and Stir, Billy Shore sits down with Arianna Huffington and pastry chef and North Fork Table & Inn owner Claudia Fleming to talk about the effects of stress and exhaustion on creativity, productivity and health.

“90% of the health care problems we deal with are stress-related and preventable,” says Huffington. “If your life is just about productivity and there is no joy, there is something wrong.”

Listen to their entire conversation below:

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