Possibly Perfect Audrey Hepburn “Nothing is impossible the word itself says I’m possible.” (Audrey Hepburn) In Audrey’s greatest accomplishments she proved that anything is possible. Over the course of her remarkable life and career, Audrey Hepburn seized hearts around the world and created a positive public image that is one of the most recognizable and adorable in recent memory. For the next 16 years, Audrey changed the definition of feminity, she was like no other actress, childlike, vulnerable, and wonderfully expressive. Her charitable work brought so much change and goodness to children around the world, though her acting can sometimes seem like an extra prize. She didn’t start out wanting to be an actress, she wanted to be a dancer,
The Most Influential Woman of Her Time “You must never be fearful about what you are doing when it is right.”, Rosa Parks strongly stated. She truly believed in this and followed it to her own success as well as the success in the country. Her childhood impacted her future. (Simple) The bus boycott supplied new actions for the country and Rosa. Her later life improved situations for different people, such as herself.
She was able to flourish in a familiar setting, surrounded by her favorite things. Since she lived alone, she was free from compromise and dealing with the decisions made by others. This allowed the girl to develop a strong voice and sense of self. She understood what she liked and what she was capable of, so she lived accordingly. Had Louisa immediately left home to marry Joe as a teenager, there might have been
The reason it caught my attention was when I saw the title I had a feeling it was going to be about a typical young girl going through that phase where she is obsessed with princesses. So I decided this was the book for me because at one point in my life I was that little girl that was obsessed with all the Disney princesses and I told myself when I was a little girl that one day I would be one. After taking this sociology course I have learned a lot about gender, race, religion, and many more things this course has taught me a lot about how much sociology is really used. So I am now a 20 year old but I’m not a princess but one day I will be an Occupational Therapist and be able to take care of patients so in my book I’m fulfilling my dream and ill be the princess that takes care of people who need
She is an entertainer and inspiration; Oprah is her own brand, she is the face of her company. Her website, book club, talk shows, speeches, and magazines help are all in the best interest of her fans, and I think this is what makes Oprah great. In fact, I would characterize Oprah as not as the model entrepreneur, but the model leader. Humility, drive, perseverance, and impact are all characteristics entrepreneurs must have, but she goes beyond entrepreneurship and excels at
Sara’s Recovery Brandie M. West Columbia Southern University Abstract Sara is at the beginning of adulthood. She seems to have always remained focused on doing something with her life. Her position in the Peace Corps speaks volumes about her personality and willingness to help others (which is beneficial to her own health). She has always been active and social and excelled in her endeavors. She is described as enjoyable to be around but may not be totally aware of how highly others think about her.
“she saw her stepfather as emotionally abusive.”(biography) like I said she is such a brave women to grow up in such a hard place and still becoming so successful Another reason why She is such an inspiration is because she is so successful in her field of work. “Barbra Streisand is the highest-selling female recording artist of all time, and has won awards and acclaim in every medium that she's worked in.” That alone could make her someone's idol she is so successful and talented and stands up for what she believes in even though some people think she is “‘Difficult’” to work with she is so talented no one can deny that. She is the most brave, talented and strong person I know of. She doesn't let others words cut her down but make her feel more inspired to speak up about unfair and sexist things that she feels that are not right. She even risks how people in her workplace view her.
This is a wise way to sum up a lot of what is right and wrong with human nature. Number Three: "There are artists, true performers that have come before me who have been a big inspiration to me..." ... I hope I do the same for others." Being famous isn 't enough for Janet. She wants to spread that inspiration to other people as well.
Despite having a downfall in 2010 when she went to rehab to deal with an eating disorder, addictions and mental illnesses, Demi Lovato rose up from the ashes and has now become a powerhouse in the music industry, joining fellow ex-Disney stars, Miley Cyrus and Selena Gomez. Demi is not afraid to speak out about her struggles, with becoming a strong advocate of shedding off the stigmatizations of mental illnesses and spokesperson towards promoting self-love and confidence, so much so that she also discusses such strong topics in her music. With her new album, Confident, she does not fail to portray how far she has come and grown as a person. Compared to her previous albums, Confident feels truer to Demi’s personality. The songs in Confident are more consistent throughout the whole album with the theme she wants to portray with this release.