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This new collection of more than 75 features from the pages of O, The Oprah Magazine gives you powerful insights and practical techniques to help you make your most important dreams come true-creating deeper connections, bolstering confidence, losing weig
They began as signals, tugs. And with careful tending her most unlikely dreams came true. Martha Beck helps you set the stage for your next great thing.
When working toward a dream, Pastor Joel Osteen says, you sometimes have to look back at how far you've come instead of focusing on how much farther you have to go. Watch as he explains why gratitude is such an important part of dreaming big. Plus, find out how to tell when you're truly dreaming ...
The restaurant Tappo, on the corner of First Avenue and 12th Street in Manhattan's East Village, was once a deli where you could buy Slim Jims and illegal drugs. Today, the interior looks and feels like a turn-of-the-century Italian farmhouse where you're served old-world dishes from Italy, Greece,
and a thrilling 12,000 of you responded. This month, we're proud to announce three new winners! Get inspired to dream big for yourself! Resources for You Whether or not you entered the Big-Dream Contest, you may be closer than you think
She taught Oprah and little girls everywhere to dream big . Diana Ross is here with her entire family for a rare interview. Plus, a surprise reunion for the history books!
Dream big and achieve the impossible. It's a mission Col. Cady Coleman has accepted as a NASA astronaut and one she believes Oprah has inspired people around the world to take on for themselves. Watch her deliver a special farewell message from the Inter
When Oscar nominee Viola Davis was just a little girl living in poverty, she says she learned how to dream big from her older sister. Find out how a toilet inspired both women to strive for something better.
Kris Carr started a health revolution with the film Crazy Sexy Cancer, which documented her journey after being diagnosed with untreatable, Stage 4 cancer. Eight years later, Kris shares an update on her health and married life and explains why you shouldn't be afraid to dream big .
Oprah Radio host Dr. Robin Smith talks about daring to dream big .