About Michelle Obama - Former First Lady of USA. Best Motivational speech for students. - World Updatez with MK

About Michelle Obama - Former First Lady of USA. Best Motivational speech for students.

The crowd always runs on the path that seems easy, but that doesn't mean the crowd always runs on the right track. Choose your own path because no one knows you better than you.

Learn to succeed with Inspirational icon Michelle Obama

So, hey Today we are here  with the best Motivational speech for students all over the world. And this speech is none other then by the Former first lady of United states.

About Michelle Obama - The Former First Lady of USA

Who is Michelle Obama ?

Michelle Obama is a lawyer, author and The Former First Lady of United States of America and also the spouse/wife of the 44th President of America Barack Obama.
She is multi-talented , a huge inspiration icon of America.

She is born on 17 January 1964 (age 56 years), in Chicago Illinois, America.

She persuaded her Graduation from  Harvard Law School and  Princeton University. She is  amazing and inspiring writer as well and many books are also published addressing her inspirational life journey and motivational speeches. The most famous one is "becoming".

Achievements of Michelle Obama , Her Career, Till Now - 

The women achieved a lot in her life. Explaining about her in a single blog post is not enough even.

A Brief Overview Over Michelle Obama's Life Journey ( career journey) :

1988-1991 - Associate lawyer at Sidley and Austin in Chicago.

1991-1992 - Assistant to Chicago Mayor Richard Daley.

1992-1993 - Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Development.

1993-1996 - Founding leader head of Public Allies Chicago.

1996-2002 - Associate Dean of Student Services for the University of Chicago and head of the University Community Service Center.

2002-2005 - Executive Director for Community Affairs for University of Chicago Hospitals.

2005-2007 - Member of the leading group of Tree House Foods, a food provider for Walmart stores.

2005-January 2009 - Vice President of Community and External Affairs for University of Chicago Hospitals.

January 20, 2009 - Becomes the First Lady of the United States.

April 2009 - "Michelle Obama: In Her Own Words" is distributed.

February 2009 - Appears on the March front of Vogue magazine.

February 9, 2010 - Launches the public mission, "We should Move!," to diminish youth weight.

April 2011 - Launches the public veterans' mission, "Uniting," with Jill Biden.

June 20, 2011 - Travels to Africa for seven days to concentrate on youth administration, instruction, wellbeing and health.

June 21, 2011 - Visits previous leader of South Africa Nelson Mandela at his home.

May 29, 2012 - "American Grown: The Story of the White House Kitchen Garden and Gardens Across America" is distributed.

February 24, 2013 - Presents the Academy Award for best picture.

March 13, 2013 - Along with other prominent big names and legislators, Obama's monetary data is hacked and posted on the web. Her understudy advance data and credit report are posted.

March 14, 2013 - Is on the front of April's release of Vogue. This is the second time she has showed up on the spread.

May 2014 - Launches the public mission, "Reach Higher," an advanced education activity.

March 2015 - Launches the public mission, "Allowed Girls To learn," a worldwide spotlight on young ladies' training.

July 2015 - Guest alters "More" magazine. Obama is the magazine's first visitor supervisor just as the primary First Lady to visitor alter a whole issue of "Something else."

November 10, 2016 - The First Lady has the prospective first woman, Melania Trump, for tea and a visit through the White House habitation, Press Secretary Josh Earnest says in a White House instructions.

November 11, 2016 - Is on the front of December's version of Vogue. This is the third time she has showed up on the spread.

January 13, 2017 - Gives her last White House comments expressing gratitude toward her supporters and saying, "being your first woman has been the best honor of my life and I trust I've done right by you."

September 27, 2017 - Remarks that "any lady who casted a ballot against Hillary Clinton casted a ballot against their own voice" during an appearance at the Inbound 2017 gathering in Boston.

May 21, 2018 - Netflix declares the Obamas have marked a multi-year creation bargain that where the two will work both before and behind the camera.

November 13, 2018 - Obama's diary "Turning out to be" is distributed, shooting to No. 1 on the Amazon Best Sellers list.

December 27, 2018 - Is casted a ballot the lady generally respected by Americans this year, thumping Hillary Clinton from the best position without precedent for a long time, as indicated by Gallup's yearly study.

November 20, 2019 - Is named for a Grammy for best expressed word collection for the sound variant of "Turning out to be."

December 30, 2019 - For the second year straight, a Gallup overview records Obama as the lady generally respected by Americans.

January 26, 2020 - Wins a Grammy for best expressed word collection for the sound variant of "Turning out to be."

July 16, 2020 - Announces that she is propelling "The Michelle Obama Podcast" on Spotify.

Best Motivational speech for students by Michelle Obama :

This speech is addressed by Michelle Obama for our students, our young Generation.

"who are you going to be and if you'll notice, I'm not asking what are you gonna do ,  but who are you gonna be ?
I'm asking you about how you plan to live your life ?, every day how are you gonna respond when you don't get that job. You had your heart set on for all of you.
Who are gonna be teachers, what are you gonna do if the students in your class next year just don't respond to your lessons.
For all of those who are going into business how will you react when your boss gives you an a goal that feels way too high.
See these are the moments that define us not the day, you get the promotion not the day, you win Teacher of the Year but the times that force you to claw and scratch and fight just to get through.
The day the moments when you get knocked down and you're wondering whether it's even worth it to get back up. See those are the times when you've got to ask yourself, Who am I gonna be and I want to be clear this.
Isn't just some vague platitudes about building character in recent years. We've actually been seeing a growing body of research that shows that skills like resilience and conscientiousness can be just as important to your success as your test scores or even your IQ.
For instance West Point cadets who scored high on things like grit and determination were more likely to complete basic training than those who ranked high on things like class rank SAT scores and physical fitness. So what we're seeing is that if you're willing to dig deep if, you're willing to pick yourself up when you fall, if you're willing to work and work until your weaknesses become your strengths.

Then you'll develop a set of skills that you can mold and apply to any situation you encounter, any job you might have, any crisis you might confront but you got to make that choice and let me just share just a little secret before I end, as someone who has hired and managed hundreds of young people of the course of my career whether it was during my time as a lawyer, as an administrator, as a university, a nonprofit manager even now as first lady.
"I have never once asked
one I was interviewing to explain a test score or a grade in a class, never I have never once made a higher just because someone went to an Ivy League school instead of a state school, never what I have looked for is what kind of person you are.
Are you a hard worker, are you reliable, are you open to other viewpoints, have you stepped outside of your own self-interest to serve others.
Have you found a way to serve our country whether in uniform or in your community again and again. I have seen that those are the qualities that I want on my team because those are the qualities that move our businesses and schools and our entire country forward, and and just understand this, those are the qualities that you all already embody they're the values you learned from your parents from the communities you grew up in and today more than ever before that's what the world needs."

Thats all, the speech by The former first lady Michelle Obama.
So, This is all for today see y'all in the next.

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