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"This concept came from my realization that in any part of your life, there's identity, and then there's leadership," he says."The philosophy is simple: You can’t lead anybody else until you know who you are."But Stedman admits that learning his "I got a lot of pressure on me.Feelings were still so raw that some of the women didn’t even want to sit at the same table.
The needs of the 21st century cannot be met by followers. I’ve watched Gayle raise her kids, I’ve watched her take care of her extended family, including her sisters and the people around her.He helped me see that people of color in other countries were making things happen. The biggest problem I had was that I didn’t know who I was as a person, and I didn’t know what my skills were. Sometimes you need to sacrifice what seems important in the moment and look at the bigger picture instead.I was from this small town where I was told nothing good ever comes out of Whitesboro and I wouldn’t make it because of the color of my skin... So realizing that, I said to myself: You got change is the way you think and how you feel about yourself. It’s just having dinner together, because we’re always around a lot of people and she's very busy, so having quiet time together at home is a beautiful thing. It's those moments just having conversation that are important.’ And the answer is: ‘We wouldn’t be together,’" she says."We would not have stayed together, because marriage requires a different way of being in this world."WATCH: Oprah Winfrey Keeps It Real on Weight Loss, Explains Why She Worries About Her Health If Over 200 Pounds Winfrey further explains, "His interpretation of what it means to be a husband and what it would mean for me to be a wife would have been pretty traditional, and I would not have been able to fit into that.”This September, @Oprah will return to broadcast television for the first time since her talk show ended (there was a one-off interview with First Lady @Michelle Obama last December on @CBS), joining @60Minutes as a special contributor.
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.