When Oprah Winfrey took to the stage on Tuesday to give a talk to Hearst employees, there was nothing particularly surprising in what she said, yet, in true Oprah style, the words seemed to carry a kind of heft, or deeper meaning.
The media mogul talked about her career, the presidential election and her friendship with Gayle King among other things with Lucy Kaylin, editor in chief of O, The Oprah Magazine at Hearst Tower in New York.
Kaylin addressed the most obvious, yet enigmatic thing about Oprah, namely her relatability in the face of her meteoric, and largely unrelatable success. How did she become Oprah?
“I used to be a dreamer. I used to have this dream...