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How to be as amazing as Michelle Obama?
I know you already know who she is, of course who wouldn’t know America’s beautiful first lady? Take note, when I said beautiful, it doesn’t refer only to the physical appearance but refers to the whole package.
Before she became the famous First Lady of the United States of America, Michelle was once just like us, an ordinary individual who worked her hardest to become someone successful someday.
Following law school, she was an associate at the Chicago office of the law firm Sidley & Austin, where she first met her future husband. At the firm, she worked on marketing and intellectual property. She continues to hold her law license, but as she no longer needs it for her work, it has been on a voluntary inactive status since 1993. In 1991, she held public sector positions in the Chicago city government as an Assistant to the Mayor, and as Assistant Commissioner of Planning and Development. In 1996, Obama served as the Associate Dean of Student Services at the University of Chicago, where she developed the University’s Community Service Center. In 2002, she began working for the University of Chicago Hospitals, first as executive director for community affairs and, beginning May 2005, as Vice President for Community and External Affairs.
What is Michelle Obama’s top 10 rules for success? Watch this.
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