5 People That Empower Through Social Media
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Ellen DeGeneres

Ellen empowers through kindness, generosity, and and her humor. The talk show host recently accepted the #ALLINCHALLENGE and encouraged others to donate at least $25 to help feed America through charities such as Meals on Wheels, No Kid Hungry, and America's Food Fund (https://www.facebook.com/ellentv/videos/2582581218...). Ellen is not only asking others to do what they can, but she and her wife Portia personally donated $1 million dollars to the cause. Throughout the day, she'll post funny and/or encouraging videos that just may lift your spirit.

Click here to donate: https://www.allinchallenge.org/how-it-works/

Rachel Hollis

Rachel Hollis is another woman making millions with a high school diploma. She invests in lives of other women through her podcast "Rise Podcast," annual conferences (Rise Conference), and personal development books like "Girl Wash Your Face." Look her up on instagram (@msrachelhollis) to see either her encouraging post or live videos.

Sadie Robertson Huff

Sadie Rob Huff's Instagram is a great one to check out for spiritual inspiration and truth (@legitsaiderob). This girl is full of joy, laughter, and love for her husband, family, and friends.


Check out the Queen's "Homecoming" documentary on Netflix. The film explains the hard work and determination behind the scenes that made her show a fierce masterpiece.

Matthew McConaughey

(Insert Hum) Known or his stunning movie performances, McConaughey puts out content that is nothing short of inspiring to remind you to "just keep living." He has also accepted the #ALLINCHALLENGE and by donating you could win seats in his box at the University of Texas at Austin.

One of his most inspiring videos: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xyG_e7aT730

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