When I meet successful people I ask 100 questions as to what they attribute their success to. It is usually the same: persistence, hard work and hiring good people.
I always trust my gut reaction; it's always right.
Every girl likes to be thought of and made to feel special.
Balance is key: I need to be successful in my career to feel fulfilled, be surrounded by people I care about to share it with, and have my health to be able to do the things I love to do!
My personal goals are to be happy, healthy and to be surrounded by loved ones.
Regarding one's career: always be prepared, no short cuts - hard work is the only alternative that really works.
Treat everyone with respect and kindness. Period. No exceptions.
I feel true success comes from being able to work and the love for it.
True wisdom listens more, talks less and can get along with all types of people.
They both go together; you can't be in front of the camera hosting a fitness television show in front of 75 million households and not have trained 6 days per week year round - in a bikini no less.
I like when my man is worldly, know the finer things in life, is well traveled, and educated. It's important to me that he's able to talk to all types of people, from doctors to dishwashers.
I have my parents to thank for that, they raised me to be active and play all sports. They taught me the importance of staying healthy, being focused and setting goals in whatever I do.
It's not being superficial, but looks do attract me from across the gym.
I'm still a little girl in Hawaii, I have the same friends I had when I was a kid who love me for who I am - not what I do. I never got caught up in the club scene or took wrong roads.
You are right that I don't have a lot of spare time because I love to stay busy and keep my calendar full.
I am a control freak. I want to do what I want to do.
I am a goal setter and I set more goals everyday. I keep lists of goals in my office to stay on track.
I also love to surf the Net and talk on the phone with friends.
I used to hate being different. I used to cry. I wanted to be blonde-haired and blue-eyed like all of my girlfriends. My mom and dad would feel so badly - 'No, it's OK. You'll be happy you're different later.
Just kidding, I've been very athletic all my life.
Our viewers are very educated, they can tell if I train or not.
I appreciate life, talk a lot, love to laugh, and am very optimistic.
One day I would like to have my own art show.
More Asians need to be on television as a positive role model.
For me, being in front of the camera and training go hand in hand.
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