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Tiffany Sun (2 posts)
1. "Your purpose is really the thread that connects all the dots and experiences of your life. Your real job is to figure out what that thread is and to honor it, to celebrate it, to revere it, to fine tune it, and to master it. That is your real job."
2. "This I know for sure: Your life matters. Your being here matters. Your ability to waken to the greater possibility God gave you really matters. What really matters, is your knowing how important your contribution to humanity is."
3. "Wherever you are in your relationships—if you’re not growing, you’re not living, because living is growth."
4. "The single biggest aha! moment that I’ve ever had comes from recognizing that I always was worthy...you are worthy because you were born."
5. “Identify what it is you’re really afraid of. Then say to yourself, ‘What would I do if I wasn’t afraid? Would I take this opportunity? Am I not going to take this opportunity based on what other people are going to say?’”
6. “Stop living out of the story of your past. Get the courage to know that forgiveness for yourself is the way to move forward. The world needs you to step up—to honor that, to celebrate it and to love it.”
Once a year, Oprah's experts—including Dr. Oz, Suze, Martha Beck, and Nate Berkus— come together to give O readers valuable lessons on how to live their best lives.
What have O You! attendees learned so far here at Atlanta's Georgia World Congress Center?
"We're constantly demanding change from our government, from businesses, from schools. But maybe we need to be those architects of change we've been demanding."—Lisa Ling
"You should want to give to yourself as much as you want to give of yourself."—Suze Orman
"Look at your life. Look at what you have to do tomorrow and check inside your body. What do you feel? If you feel 'yeechh!,' it means you've lost track of your direction. In the wild, it means your track has gone cold, and you need to go back to your last hot track; go back to the last time you felt passion or joy."—Martha Beck
"Shop for the size you are today. Not for the size you once were, or the size you think you're going to be."—Adam Glassman
"The number one thing you need to know about organizing: Don't ask yourself 'What do I need for this room?' but 'What do I need from this room?' What is your vision for this space? If an object does not reflect the vision you have for a room, get rid of it."—Peter Walsh