Timberlake expresses how he never fit in as a child and how he finds comfort in being different.
I didn’t fit in so much with the Black kids because I was white, plain and simple. And I didn’t fit in so much with the white kids because I liked what was so-called ‘Black music,’ but growing up there I always felt like I was different.
Kravitz talks about his life growing up as biracial, a famous mother and his music career. He also explains what love and success means to him.
The idea of having to conform to someone else’s ideal is unacceptable. I’m gonna be me. And if I can’t be me, then I’d rather not do it.
Bon Jovi talks about his life as a rock star and the lessons he has learned along the way from business to charity work.
Anytime that you think you’ve hit the top of the mountain, the truth of the matter is you’ve just reached another mountain, and it’s there to climb over again.
Turner talks about how he expanded his family business and made it into a million dollar business. He also expresses how important treating other are and how that factors into his success.
If you treat people with dignity, respect, and friendliness, you can turn enemies into friends and the enemy is nothing but a friend in disguise.
Fonda reminisces about her up bringing with famous parents and the lost of her mother. She focuses on how she over came her insecurities and became the woman she is today.
Many decades it took me to learn to not be afraid of saying how I feel, and to allow my vulnerabilities to show — we are not meant to be perfect, we’re meant to be whole.
Foxx and Wonder surprise Winfrey with a performance of Isn’t She Lovely on her 25th anniversary show from the album Songs In The Key Of Life.
Jay-Z discusses his life, the music business and lessons about both that he has learned along the way. He focuses on the difference between amazing vs. excellence. Also how to be comfortable with yourself.
Belief in oneself and knowing who you are, I mean, that’s the foundation for everything great
Opera launches new television network, Oprah Winfrey Network or OWN.
I wanted to take the ideals of great television that we’ve established on the Oprah show and bring them to you through a variety of new shows 24/7. Every minute of this network has been hand-selected by me for you, the viewers.