Oprah knows for sure that you don't always become what you want, and most times in life, you don't even get what you want. Watch Oprah explain how no matter what happens to you, faith will get you through.
Lying to your partner or spouse about finances is a recipe for disaster.
If you use your life to serve the world, you will find that it also serves you.
Tererai is the perfect example of why it's never too late to become your dream.
Oprah learned an important lesson from Gavin de Becker, a security specialist.
Oprah looks back at past guests who found their true callings.
'Lifeclass with Cindy Crawford' focused on following your true passion in life; however, in order to do so, you first need to ask yourself what that is. During a two-day retreat, Cindy and her friends were asked to reflect on what their answers could be, and she noticed a pattern developing: Women often said their families were their passion. Watch as Cindy explains why exploring this answer further could reveal a deeper understanding of what brings happiness in your life.
In 1983, Oprah says, instinct prompted her to move to Chicago to further her career, a decision that led to extraordinary opportunities. Hear how Oprah has followed this sometimes mysterious guide ever since. Plus, Bishop T.D. Jakes breaks down where instinct comes from.
Becoming comfortable with herself allowed her to live the life she was meant to.
Sarah from Brisbane, Australia, was tired of dating unavailable men, she says, so she has since shut herself off completely. Now, she wants to know how to let the right people into her life. Watch as Iyanla explains the 90-day rule she believes all women should follow.
Jeannette comes clean about a secret she was keeping: Her parents were homeless.
Oprah on being onstage while the Black Eyed Peas sang "I Gotta Feeling."
Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address an audience of fatherless daughters, who reveal how their lives have been affected by their fathers' absence.
Michelle shares her feelings of shame and low self-worth with Joel Osteen.
Shanon didn't know her father until she was 15. Then as an adult, she stayed in a toxic relationship so her three girls didn't grow up without a father like she did. Iyanla says Shanon is exhibiting one of the ways daddyless daughters manifest their pain. The second-most common way is promiscuity. Find out why expert Dr. Steve Perry says promiscuity is a form of self-mutilation.
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