Who is stedman graham dating
Because putting yourself first is number one." Ahead, Stedman shares his tips for finding your own purpose and happiness in life—plus his advice to anyone in a long-term relationship like him and Oprah.
(Spoiler alert: It involves date nights.) For more than 30 years, I have been writing books, teaching in colleges, working in communities, leading non-profits and speaking at workshops throughout the world.
#Identity Leadership Book #Identity Leadership A post shared by Stedman Graham (@stedmangraham) on When I was growing up, I was always looking for equality. But she's also good at taking the bad stuff and bringing the good stuff forward. Then I have my newspapers—I get about seven newspapers a day so I go through those, because I’m always looking for ideas and innovation. When you're around a reader like Oprah who's very successful, you think "I need to read more!
I felt like I was a second class citizen because of my race. And I travel a lot for work, so when I'm in the airport on a typical day, I'll pick up magazines that are relevant to my business and what I love and I care about. " So whether I'm working or traveling or I have a day off, I'm always reading, because I like to stay informed. And sometimes, you have to go to the pit to get it.
And leadership, he argues, isn't just about sitting at the head of the conference room at work.
Graham explained, "The thing about our relationship is I want the best for her." He continued, "So I’m dedicated to her happiness, so that’s great for her and I want her to be the best she can possibly be, and she’s done a pretty good job of doing it." Graham continued, "For me, I’ve been able to find my own happiness, and develop my own skills, my own talents, my own abilities and I’m satisfied with that.
So, the combination, when you have a good partner that’s able to self-actualize their potential and you’re able to self-actualize yours, one and one equals about six."He even addressed those rumors about Oprah running for president saying, "You know, you can trust her.
She did have a child once that died when she was very young and she loves kids but is happy with the ones she has around her.
I'm sure she would've adopted otherwise considering her ties to her projects on Africa. I've been written about in the tabloids—people try to make me look like I don’t know anything or can’t do anything because I’m in a relationship with a very powerful woman and all of that," Stedman says.