Well known entertainment pro and businessman extraordinaire Ryan Seacrest is a busy guy and the most hard working individual in Hollywood. He got his start on American Idol as a host and the creator of The Kardashian TV show. According to GQ, since then Mr. Seacrest has really branched out and has created an empire for himself. Since then he created a long running nationally syndicated radio show called On Air with Ryan, created the Ryan Seacrest Foundation for kids who want to be involved in anything entertainment and arts, and recently joined another very popular TV host on Live with Kelly and Ryan. He even interviews the biggest stars E! News red carpet events.
How does this celebrity man do it all? Well, he works very efficiency and fast. This is what makes it all happen. He multitasks and works like he is solving a puzzle, a very complex one. Right now Ryan Seacrest has about nine to ten jobs, a huge amount for one person. This required him to get a really early start on the day at 5am to 5:15am. Ryan will get some tea and coffee, and then head to the radio show by 6am. According to businessoffashion.com, he tries to get a good workout in several times a week when he has the time, but it always changes when he does work out. Mr. Seacrest really stays on top of things, so they don’t slip away. This includes reading emails and responding to them right after. Then they are taken care of and he doesn’t have to think about them anymore.
Ryan Seacrest (@ryanseacrest) attributes his impatience to how he can get everything done. For instance, he does not take a lunch break, but instead works. This doesn’t mean he doesn’t eat lunch, he just does it on the go. As for the legacy he wants to leave the world as a friend on TV and radio shows so you can sit back and enjoy your experience. Some of his mentors and people Ryan looked up to are Larry King, Merv Griffin, and Dick Clark. They made their jobs as entertainers seem so effortless and easy. That is the legacy Ryan Seacrest wants to leave.
Independent gas and oil companies must be held together with solid leadership and a spread of assets. Talos Energy has both of these things and has the ability to remain flexible and innovative compared to larger gas and oil companies, which fracture their leadership and spread out the workload among a group of isolated workers. A grasp of the workings behind the E&P sector along with an understanding of finances is a must in the sector, and Talos manages to have both of these. Talos Energy was co-founded in 2012 by Tim Duncan who is known as an “oil man” who has been working in the industry for many years.
He studied at Mississippi State University where he majored in petroleum engineering and was honored as a Distinguished Fellow of the College of Engineering in 2012. He continued his education at the University of Houston where he earned an MBA in its Bauer Executive Program. Duncan served the Phoenix Exploration Company as its senior vice president of business development for five years and was a large part of its successful sale to the Apache Corporation. Tim Duncan then moved on to Talos Energy and took his team with him. He is known for making risky projects work out and gives credit to his team where credit is due.
Talos Energy has received plenty of praise and awards, and one of these was being named as the #1 Top Workplace in the Houston area for companies under 150 employees by the Houston Chronicle. Tim Duncan was pointed out as being the EY Entrepreneur of the Year for the Energy & Energy Services sector in the Gulf Coast area.Stephen Heitzman is another Talos Energy co-founder and serves as the company’s executive vice president and chief operating officer. He is a large part of the company’s daily operations and draws on four decades of expertise in the upstream energy sector. John A. Parker is also a co-founder of Talos Energy and is the company’s executive vice president of exploration. He attended the University of New Orleans and Louisiana State University and received a Master’s of Science in earth science along the way.