The autobiography written by the first lady of the United States was a real discovery for millions of readers around the world.
Michelle Obama talked about her childhood, career development, motherhood and life in the White House.
Michelle is a true embodiment of the American dream.
She was born into a poor family in Chicago, shared a room with her brother, all her life her father worked as a plumber and her mother was a housewife. But against all odds, Michelle was able to attend Princeton University, graduating with a bachelor’s degree in art.
At the same time, she took up minority studies, working on sociological research.
When she became a student at Harvard Law School, she went to rallies and advocated for the right to work for minority teachers.
After receiving her degree, she returned to Chicago, taking a job at a law firm, where she met Barack.
After her marriage, she continued to work and fight for black rights.
During her time as First Lady, she brought the issues of homelessness to public attention and actively promoted healthy lifestyles. Michelle advocated for the promotion of organic food.
Michelle’s story is about love, living in a white house, family, motherhood, help and support.
Kind, empathetic, yet determined, her secret lies in her democratic views, openness, candor and honesty.
Despite her position, she does not put herself above others.
That’s why she’s loved.
In 2010, Forbes ranked her as one of the most powerful women in the world.
I agree with that status. She is awesome.
All those who love motivational audiobooks, those who love autobiographies, all those who are looking for themselves and doubting their abilities – they will definitely like “Becoming”.