Must-Watch Advice from Oprah's Master Class

Anyone who knows me, knows that I LOVE Oprah! Ever since I was younger, I would come home after school and my mom would be watching her show. It became a staple in our house and I learned to love and cherish all that I learned from her. When she moved over to her channel, OWN, she created an incredible series called, Master Class. The show tells the stories you've never heard from the people you thought you knew best. I have picked up my top moments from the show to share with you and hope you are as inspired as I am. Enjoy!

MAYA ANGELOU

At age 7, Dr. Maya Angelou stopped speaking after being sexually abused while living with her mother's family, a time she later chronicled in her book I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. Shortly after the incident, she was sent to live with her paternal grandmother.

JANE FONDA

Jane Fonda says aging is like a staircase: You may decline physically, but you keep ascending in the areas it really counts. Find out why Jane is happy to be making the climb in the third act of her life.

ROBIN ROBERTS

After surviving a tough battle with breast cancer, Robin Roberts learned she had developed a rare blood disorder called MDS. Though the news was devastating, Robin didn't let it defeat her. "You have to fight the battle in front of you," she says.

CINDY CRAWFORD

When Cindy Crawford was a girl growing up in the small town of DeKalb, Illinois, her parents divorced. Watch as Cindy shares how her mother's dependence on weekly child support payments made her determined to be able to take care of herself. Plus, Cindy shares how she learned to lean on her husband, Rande Gerber.

ELLEN DEGENERES

Since 2003, Emmy Award-winning comedian Ellen DeGeneres has danced her way into the homes and hearts of millions of viewers. Long before the premiere of her daytime talk show, however, Ellen was known as a trailblazer.