I saw a Channel 4 documentary about Meghan Markle last night and I'm just so blown away by how she's achieved her success.
She's versatile, fitting with any crowd, rubbing shoulders with the ordinary right through to mixing with the upper classes, hence she ended up meeting Harry. Also amazing that she's a women's UN ambassador. If I ever were to have a daughter I'd want her to grow up being of strong character. I personally consider people like her and Serena Williams stunning examples of strong character.
Fascinating how her half-siblings ended up so different to her. Her half-brother is a convicted criminal and her half-sister doesn't sound too great.
Just wondering why the formula succeeded for Meghan Markle and not her siblings. Surely it must be down to upbringing? I believe these things are usually down to nurture as opposed to nature.
How does someone raise up a child from ordinary to extraordinary?
Would you pay less for a humanities degree?