Everyone has a purpose. And, according to Oprah Winfrey, “Your real job in life is to figure out as soon as possible what that is, who you are meant to be, and begin to honor your calling in the best way possible.”
That journey starts right here.
In her latest book, The Path Made Clear, Oprah shares what she sees as a guide for activating your deepest vision of yourself, offering the framework for creating not just a life of success, but one of significance. The book’s ten chapters are organized to help you recognize the important milestones along the road to self-discovery, laying out what you really need in order to achieve personal contentment, and what life’s detours are there to teach us.
Oprah opens each chapter by sharing her own key lessons and the personal stories that helped set the course for her best life. She then brings together wisdom and insights from luminaries in a wide array of fields, inspiring readers to consider what they’re meant to do in the world and how to pursue it with passion and focus. Renowned figures such as Eckhart Tolle, Brene Brown, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Elizabeth Gilbert, Jay-Z, and Ellen DeGeneres share the greatest lessons from their own journeys toward a life filled with purpose.
Paired with over 100 awe-inspiring photographs to help illuminate the wisdom of these messages, The Path Made Clear provides readers with a beautiful resource for achieving a life lived in service of your calling – whatever it may be.
APPLE BOOKS REVIEW
While reading The Path Made Clear, we were reminded of Oprah’s remarkable interview skills. In this book, Winfrey shares her own experiences trying to find the answer to a BIG question: “What is my purpose in life?” The book’s 10 chapters include insightful and revealing moments from the media superstar’s conversations with nearly 80 different luminaries—from civil rights heroes John Lewis and Sidney Poitier to celebrities like Mindy Kaling and RuPaul. This slim volume is the perfect thing to dip into whenever you need a quick, soul-fortifying affirmation. We loved starting our day with a chapter.
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I truly enjoyed this book and have re-read it for continuous inspiration.
Not really a book
Marcus Aurelius spends a good amount of time thanking his teachers in his “Meditations “. Mamo does a pretty good job, and seems genuinely grateful. However, her address to the graduates of CC seemed to be a counter to white privilege. The truth in these quotes reveals that there is no black, and there is no lack.