Oprah Winfrey's Humanistic Personality

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Oprah Winfrey is considered one of the most powerful women of our time. She was named one of the 100 most influential people of the 20th century. Oprah Winfrey did not always have the most perfect life; she had to over come some very tough obstacles in life. Oprah Winfrey was sexually abuse by a relative at the age of nine, and had the lonely feeling of not being loved by her mother. Oprah had very good study habits. They came from one of the most influential people of her life, her fourth grade teacher, Mrs. Duncan. Since she was young Oprah Winfrey know she wanted to work in the media and help and inspire people. As of today Oprah Winfrey has raised millions of dollars and inspired so many people. Oprah knows that as long as she is making a difference in people's lives she will continue with her show. She started out as a determined little girl who made her dreams come true. Oprah has become a financially successful woman. She has touched many people's lives; she has laughed and cried with them. Today she mentors millions of people worldwide. Her dreams came true because she took a risk, by leaving school and taking a job as a news reporter in Chicago.

Oprah's successful public relations skills are the prime example of her energy, drive and ambition. Oprah works rapidly and she is not afraid to take a calculated risk. This is a very important element in her executive role as well as her professional position. In Oprah's many responsibilities she is inspired by the problems to be solved and is willing to work the hours it takes to reach her goals. Both personally and professionally, Oprah has been perceived as likable, friendly and genuinely interested in others, rarely as resentful, bitter, or hostile. Oprah is most known for her natural desire to help people. She takes great pleasure in the success of others; this is a major motivation as it relates to Oprah's service behavior toward others. One of they many astonishing features about Oprah is...
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