Ever since Oprah Winfrey revealed on her 20th anniversary program Monday that I was the person who first suggested she go into syndication, I have been flooded with requests for interviews.Yes, it is true, I persuaded Oprah to become the most successful and famous woman in the world.
All of these years I have maintained a discreet silence about my role as Oprah's adviser, but now that she has spilled the beans, the time is right to tell the whole story.
“The most important thing,” the first one said, “is to be yourself.” The next six people I asked gave me the same tip.
We are in the Age of Authenticity, where “be yourself” is the defining advice in life, love and career.
She wipes off the back of the couch with a copy of the Baltimore Sun, and says, "OK, boys, sit down and don't mention the zucchini." We sit down. Simple math At about this time, Oprah and I went out on a date.
During the interview I feel zucchini dripping into my shoes. I'm not sure, but I think it was named "Sophia." I don't know much about perfume, but it was an opportunity to learn."What do you make the perfume from? Well, actually two dates, but the one that made history began when we went to the movies. The problem with syndication is that if your show isn't successful, you're off the air in three months.
As the psychologist Brian Little explains, “It is as though low self-monitors know their salt personalities very well.”Low self-monitors criticize high self-monitors as chameleons and phonies.