Hachette Go is pleased to announce an exclusive virtual book tour celebrating the launch of YOUR TIME TO THRIVE. The ticketed six-part series will take place from March 23 to April 13, and will feature founder and CEO of Thrive Global, Arianna Huffington and author & Head of Content Development of Thrive Global Marina Khidekel in conversation with expert moderators including Jenny Mollen, Gabby Bernstein, Hannah Bronfman, and more.
Hosted in partnership with select independent bookstores across the U.S., the programming will offer practical and inspiring advice on how to improve your life along with “too small to fail” Microsteps, followed by an actionable workshop with Thrive Global Chief Training Officer, Joey Hubbard. Each event will focus on one of six topics addressed in corresponding chapters from YOUR TIME TO THRIVE.
Each event has a book with ticket package option, which includes:
- Entry to selected event
- A hardcover copy of Your Time To Thrive
- A bookplate signed by Arianna Huffington and Marina Khidekel
- A digital Thrive Global guide, “Staying Connected in Disconnected Times”
Sleep, Unplugging, and Recharging, moderated by author and comedian Jenny Mollen
Creativity, Inspiration, and Purpose, moderated by Head of Content and Creator Partnerships at Pinterest, Aya Kanai
Focus and Prioritization, moderated by New Power Media founder Ann Shoket
Movement and Exercise, moderated by Peloton instructor Chase Tucker
Nutrition and Hydration, moderated by founder of HBFIT Hannah Bronfman
Communication and Relationships, moderated by speaker, coach, and bestselling author Gabby Bernstein
Each live event will blend science, storytelling, ancient wisdom, and practical advice to help readers improve their health, happiness, and sense of purpose—immediately, and with lasting improvements. Illuminating research on the connection between well-being and performance, Thrive Global promises that “with minimal time and effort, you can seamlessly integrate Microsteps into your days. And over time, the results can add up to a very big deal indeed.”