This interesting video presents a heart warming, valuable conversation between Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey. Watch the Women Rock video!
In this video, Oprah Winfrey begins a lovely conversation on self value and self worth. One of the most powerful messages that Michelle Obama, the first lady of United States of America sends out to the audience is that, it’s essential to discover ourselves and know who we exactly are. That’s the only way to handle the negativity that is present outside us.
Before attaining her public service position in America, she learned to have a clear idea of who she was. Part of the credit goes to her loving and focused parents, that helped her to have a clear sense of who she was. This made it easy to grow and handle a powerful position like the first lady of America.
She wanted her daughters to be normal and whole in the midst of all the confusion, when she became the first lady of America. It’s evident from her many talks that Michelle is a doting mother to her two daughters and was concerned about the welfare of her children when she attained this position. Whether at work or with her family, valuing oneself has been a priority for her.
In her working phase, she always wanted to be paid well, because she could perform and deliver. “I didn’t want to sell myself short,” she said. She didn’t want to be taken advantage of as she knew her value. You may agree or disagree, but she recommends not taking up part time jobs as you end up working harder and being paid less. You ultimately end up working more and not being paid for those extra hours, she says. So, there was no compromise when it came to being paid well.
Continue reading here -> First lady Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey Speak On Self Value,Work and Growth.
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Finding Dory, the latest superhit Pixar movie has so much for us to takeaway! Sharing my lessons from Finding Dory.
I had the chance to watch the 3D animated movie – Finding Dory and I discovered that like every Pixar movie, there are some great takeaways from this movie too. The movie is a sequel of Finding Nemo and Ellen DeGeneres lends her voice to the blue fish-Dory. There are high chances of it becoming the biggest animated movie of all time.
For those of you who haven’t seen the first movie, Dory is a fish that suffers from short term memory loss. She wanders in the ocean, and in the bargain loses her parents. She grows up with a different species of fish Marlin and Nemo, with whom she becomes good friends and treats them like her own family.
Later the amnesiac fish embarks on a journey to find her parents, despite her disability. This movie is all about her adventurous journey, the challenges she faces and the manner in which she overpowers them – with consistent perseverance and the support of her friends who in turn are battling their own disabilities.
I found these to be interesting takeaways from Finding Dory.
Living with disability
In the movie, Dory is living each day with her disability. She can hardly remember things, and this can prove to be a real hindrance, living in the deep waters of the big wide ocean, that comprises of dangerous species of fish. It’s not easy to survive with a disability and this fact applies to human lives too.
The movie sends across a valuable message that though we may have disabilities, we can still make a success of our lives if we have the right attitude, just like Dory.
Continue reading by clicking here -> Six Lessons From Finding Dory That I Came Away With. And You?
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