Duration – 1:40
Mellody Hobson | President of Ariel Investments: Wow. Okay, I think my power food. I have to think about what we have in our kitchen at Ariel that I go to when I’m starving. And I’m just gonna go with peanuts. When all else fails, a bag of Planters will serve me very very well. I get the protein and I get sort of the energy boost that I need.
Gary Vaynerchuk | CEO of VaynerMedia: I don’t know if I have a power food. I went my whole first 15 years of my career not eating breakfast or lunch and then just eating one dinner at like 9:30 at night. I don’t, I love food, like I love sushi and like I love food but I don’t think of, I don’t have a power food.
Scott Galloway | NYU Professor of Marketing: My power food is cereal and Chipotle.
Jessica Herrin | CEO and Founder of Stella & Dot: My power food is a protein bar because it’s quick and efficient and I eat the same thing every single morning for breakfast.
Gary: I like sunflower seeds. Hey, you know what’s funny about sunflower seeds and english peas? Actually, I’m gonna answer you. I got there. Sunflower seeds and english peas because they’re alternatives to biting my nails. And because I’m always thinking and just being crazy. Like, when I do those two things, it allows me to not … Like I’m basically, it’s helping my brain calibrate itself.
Spencer Rascoff | CEO of Zillow Group: My power food, I guess, is diet Coke. I consume a lot of it. What else? I eat a lot of blueberries ’cause I’m told it’s going to extend my life and I’m petrified of dying. I’m a blueberry machine.
Vicky Schiff | Managing Partner of Mosaic Real Estate Investors: Oh, gosh, chocolate. Unfortunately. Otherwise, I’d be 20 pounds lighter. But chocolate.