Diane Sawyer is one of the famous people whose profession is journalism. She is also well known for the anchor of ABC‘s news a nightly flagship program of ABC World News and a co-anchor of the program of ABC News’s morning news programmed named Good Morning America and Primetime news magazines. Sawyer is one of the top broadcast journalists in the US. Currently, she is the anchor and host of the show named World News Tonight which broadcasts on ABC. Diane belongs to the family of white ethnicity and holds American nationality. Presently, the age of her is 72 years and nearly three months. Being a journalist, she has gained world recognition from her work in
“Singer and musician Dolly Parton is a beloved cultural icon whose powerful voice, songwriting and personality have won the hearts of country and pop music fans for decades” (“Dolly Parton Biography”). Dolly Parton is a very inspirational person for many reasons. Not everyone will agree with me and think she is a inspirational person. Dolly tries to get along with everyone. She doesn 't miss treat people for no reason. Dolly is a sweet southern women that grew up in poor conditions, but she still does her dreams. I have three good reasons why I think Dolly is an inspirational person.
Her music has a very positive impact on people. Her music is all about standing up for what you believe in and treating people how they treat you. People across the globe are inspired by her music. Carrie 's charity work has also made a huge impact on society; when she donates her money and work, millions of people are thankful. She is always on a mission to help other people, and when she does, she is changing people 's lives; she is giving people a place to live and food to eat. Some people may say that anyone can do charity work and change lives, so why is she any different? Carrie does charity and change lives, but she does it in a unique way. A lot of rich people donate their money, but not a lot of people actually do work and spend time to help people. Carrie Underwood is rich, but she always makes time to help other people with physical work. She donates plenty of money, but as I 've said before, she wants to help people in any way they
Following the rise of American talk show host; actress, producer, philanthropist and multibillionaire, Oprah Gail Winfrey, life wasn’t always as it seemed. Despite, growing up in dire poverty, with her built empire she has become one of the most influential and richest women in the world.
Kate DiCamillo’s novel, Because of Winn-Dixie, is a story of never judging a book by its cover, love, and newfound friendships through the adventures of Opal and Winn-Dixie. I chose to write my essay on Because of Winn-Dixie because it is an inspiring tale of a young girl who faces and overcomes every obstacle in her life through positivity and acceptance. The novel is relatable to people from all different backgrounds because everyone has a challenge in their life that they have had to face and Opal serves as a reminder to love everyone for who they are inside and not judge them for what they look like on the outside. Because of Winn-Dixie impressed me because of the unforeseen friendships Opal makes because of her resilience, kind heart,
At the age of 14, Oprah became pregnant, but sadly her baby died shortly after it was born. Not soon after she decided to try and get her life back on track. She began to concentrate on her education and public speaking. Oprah 's talent of speaking in front of others started to take her places. "In 1970 she won an Elk 's Club speaking competition, earning a 4 year college scholarship to Tennessee State University as the prize" (Fry). She had a couple broadcasting jobs before being the talk show host for a show called People Are Talking. "Then she got a job as the host of A.M. Chicago, which became the highest-rated talk show in Chicago and was renamed The Oprah Winfrey Show"
When reading "Homeless" by Anna Quindlen, I start to realize more and more on how I as a person looks at the homeless. For her, I believe she is saying that while having no roof over your head, you can still have a home. Being homeless and not having a home are two complete different ideas that get society mixed up. The way she starts it was a exceptionally well. She wanted the readers to know that she too had thought wrongfully about people with no homes. She wanted people to know the truth that a house is different then a home. Being with love ones and having people care for you was all the home anyone needed. With this, I start to feel sympathy for the homeless. They are judged and frowned upon by society because they do not own a roof over
“She decided to create a show that helped to provide therapy, not only to the guests appearing on that particular show, but also to those in the audience at home.”(Chamberlain) Oprah has created over 30 charities and has donated tons of dollars to those in need. She a popular person who is known for giving back to the community no matter how it has treated her. She has made a big impact to a lot of people who are in need.
Oprah Winfrey was born in a very rural town called Kosciusko (in Mississippi) and lived there for 22 years, till she moved to Baltimore. There, she hosted her very-first show called People are Talking.
What do Richard Nixon, the then Bruce Jenner, Malala Yousafzai, Jacqueline Kennedy, Hilary Clinton, and Gabrielle Giffords have in common? They were all at one time interviewed by Diane Sawyer on television. All of these people had interesting stories, but none as interesting as Diane herself. She started as a simple weather girl and became an anchorwomen who is trusted by the celebrities that she interviews and by the public who watch her. Diane Sawyer is famous for being a journalist who interviewed a lot of well known people and is an inspiration to aspiring female reporters.
One thing the every human can agree on is that life is challenging. There are going to be moments when you accomplish your goal. However, everyone is going to fail at some point in their lives. Every time you fall you have to get back up again. One successful person that has raised every time she fell is Joy Mangano. Another great example is Oprah Winfrey. Both of these successful women have proved that with many complications in their lives, they never stopped reach for their goals.
After she saw India’s poor and had an epiphany, Mother Teresa heroically devoted her life to serving the needy. As she opened many clinics and shelters, Mother Teresa demonstrated that she had the capacity to serve. She possessed a moral objective and brought “solar light” into the world. According to Joseph Campbell, these characteristics would contribute to her achieving the status of a hero.
The author, Ehrenreich, wrote the novel, Nickel and Dimed, in order to expose the unfair community that is to work with a minimum wage job. By journaling during this experiment, the reader is able to get a one on one experience on what it is to work inside a variety of minimum wage paying jobs. Not only can a person be expected a lower pay but as well as maltreatment by the bosses as “What you don't necessarily realize when you start selling your time by the hour is that what you're really selling is your life.” (Ehrenreich 187). As discussed in the novel, people who have no choice to partake in these jobs are dragged along. Whether living as a single mother or someone without college degrees it is impossible earning as much as to pay the basic
Oprah is a successful business person. But she is different from other business icons. “I don’t think of myself as a businesswoman,” she says. From hosting a talk show to acting, Winfrey grabbed every opportunity she believed was necessary to help more people. She states, “The reason I’ve been able to be so financially successful is my focus has never, ever for one minute been money”. As one of the most powerful people in the world, she is the source of inspiration and strength to many people. Her passionate personality brought her fame. Winfrey leads from the heart by making connection with others. She is not afraid of being real by sharing her own experience, including her setbacks and mistakes, to motivate others.