Well, where do we start…your voice is your weapon and from a young age, you’ve probably been a real chatterbox. Girl can you talk!
Everyone benefits from your input, your advice, and it shows in the way you hold court and regard your audience.
You excel when you’re the talker and, just like your celebrity double, you were born for the spotlight. Imagine your name in lights, adoring eyes staring back at you.
You share Oprah’s open, warm-hearted personal. Your smile is disarming and your aura is inviting.
Your enthusiasm and positivity act as a magnet that powerfully attracts people to you, bringing them into your orbit and holding them in the grasp of your profound musings. Being around others is when you really come to life.
Teamwork makes the dream work, and working in a group is where you shine brightest. Just like Oprah, you love inspiring and influencing those around you, and you have the power to change the world.
You are not afraid to be the centre of attention and your charisma means people aren’t intimidated by you. In fact, it’s quite the opposite; they find you likeable and relatable. People just get you!
A great motivator, people just can’t get enough of you and your contagious enthusiasm.
Pep talk, anyone? Helping people is one of your passions and like your billionaire philanthropist celebrity double, you don’t expect anything in return.
To be the best version of yourself you need a flexible, fun and friendly environment, free from rules and regulations. You are an instinctive communicator and you will thrive if you can find the perfect platform to express your many ideas.
From her book club to her magazine, from the silver screen to daytime TV, Oprah took the challenge to find her voice. Perhaps you too will find your voice in the media.
You’re never afraid to share your opinions or speak your mind and you’re happy taking on the role of leader or spokesperson.
Be cautious of saying “yes” to people’s demands; there is a danger you might over-promise. It’s best if you try not to take on more than you can accomplish; you’ll only feel overwhelmed.
What you really need is to concentrate on following through with tasks, one small step at a time. Slow progress is still progress, and it’s better to get it right the first time.
What motivates you more than anything is the approval and acceptance of others. Flattery and praise go a long way with you and you’ve always wanted to be little Miss Popular.
What scares you more than anything is being rejected; nothing makes you feel more insecure. But what you need to understand is that rejection hurts, but it can’t hold you back. Only you have the power to do that, so don’t let the voice in your head tell you that you’re anything other than extraordinary.
Your future is as bright as a Hollywood billboard, bright enough to cast the shadows of doubt away. By facing your fears, you will grow and move forward towards the goal of reaching your potential. It’s just like Oprah said: “The thing you fear most has no power. Your fear of it is what has the power.
Facing the truth really will set you free.”
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