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    There are many examples of Americans, but the most who show it is Walt Disney, Steve Jobs, and Oprah Winfrey. Walt Disney and Steve Jobs influences people in the entertainment, by helping people feel better and make their dreams come true. Oprah Winfrey is in the entertainment too, but she also likes to help people around the world. Disney and Jobs show that people can’t give up on their dreams when it gets hard. Winfrey shows people that only one person needs to step up and help others change…

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    Oprah Winfrey's Effect

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    After she hosted three talk shows which touched the lives of millions, Oprah Winfrey became the most powerful woman alive. Oprah lived through a poverty stricken childhood which made her the strong woman she is today. Her rags to riches story has taught the lesson that anything is possible and she uses her life story to inspire others. She opens her life up to those who will accept her. Oprah Winfrey uses the power earned from her success as a talk show host to benefit the community by donating…

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    Carly Fiorina was a star. Her previous jobs at AT&T and Lucent made her into one of the highest profiled people in the industry. She made AT&T and Lucent a household name and HP was look at her to help them success even more. As the CEO of Hewett Packard (HP) between1999 and 2005, there was a lot of issues with her leadership ability and her ego. She was supposed to have a good strategy to make a mid-level company become a great industry leader. At her tenure at HP, she had two big strategic…

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    Oprah Gail Winfrey

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    on to being a talk show host on Baltimore's local talk show, People are Talking. In 1984, she began to host AM Chicago, which easily became the most popular talk show. Within a year of being the host for AM Chicago, the show's name changed to The Oprah Winfrey Show. Meanwhile, around the same time as the launching of her show, Oprah was casted to play a role in the film, The Color Purple. After the film's release, Oprah became more known and her popularity rose. This helped her show go national…

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    Imagine going from as little as nothing to a worldwide sensation. Oprah Winfrey has had this experience throughout her life, and has brought her to be the person she is today. Winfrey is a academy award-nominated actress, film producer, philanthropist, founder of successful the magazine O, and owns her own television and film studio and production company(Oprah Winfrey). Oprah Winfrey has impacted many people through television, movies, publications, and her philanthropic efforts despite her own…

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    Just about every human being on this earth has heard of Oprah Winfrey. Winfrey is the epitome of success. She is beautiful, happy, and a whole person. She is know for being the most successful talk show host, the first African American woman to own her on production company, and she now has her own television network called OWN. Even though she is the most successful woman on earth, she has gone through many tribulations to get to where she is now. Oprah Gail Winfrey was born on January…

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    Mai Kieu Lien (CEO of Vinamilk - the largest diary company in VN, who has been voted four times by Forbes as one of the 50 most powerful women in Asia): "Creativity is surviving factor". She has gradually contributed to the company for the economy of the country. Her story becomes a rich source of inspiration for Vietnamese business women to strive in the international arena. 2. Vo Thi My Linh (a girl born in 1989 who had escaped from death in Nepal): "Travel to experience, to find yourself…

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    feaml figure as ther is female heros and in these cases the temptation can accur from a man . However , campbell in his book shows that the hero should not follow these temptation and have to continue his journey . The temptation that distract oprah for fullifing her dream was foo . She had an addictitio to food and cant control herself . As a host to one of the most knonw tv show in american she has to take care of her body and her apperence but she was never able to maintine a healthy look…

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    Oprah Winfrey's Career

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    as the typical talk show host on The Oprah Winfrey Show that aired from 1986 to 2011, but what is hidden from the lime light is the creation of launching her own Television Network called the Oprah Winfrey Network also known as OWN which opened many avenues for her in the professional world…

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    Oprah’s father brought her on a visit back to Milwaukee to see her mother. She spent the summer there and again, her mother was often absent. When her father returned to take her back to Nashville, Oprah surprisingly said she would rather stay with her mother. She wanted to please her. Living with her mother again, she deeply wished for love and affection. Since her mother was often at work, she left her children with a babysitter, which was Oprah’s older cousin. Her male relatives and the…

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