Andrea Mitchell is one of NBC’s lead political correspondents covering the 2008 campaign. Andrea is the Chief Foreign Affairs Correspondent for NBC News, a position she’s held since November 1994. She reports on evolving foreign policy issues in the United States and abroad for all NBC News broadcasts, including “NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams,” “Today” and on both CNBC and MSNBC. In addition to reporting on a variety of foreign affairs issues in 2004, Mitchell also covered the 2004 presidential campaign for NBC News and was a regular panelist on MSNBC’s “Hardball.” Mitchell’s extensive and varied reports include a series of exclusive interviews over the years with Cuban President Fidel Castro. Her unprecedented access resulted in a one-hour documentary on Cuba that aired in December 2003. In September 2005, Mitchell’s first book “Talking Back,” a memoir about her experiences as one of the first women to cover five presidents, congress and foreign policy, was published. In 2005, Mitchell also received the prestigious Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism from the John F. Kennedy School of Government, gaining the respects of millions and adding to her already impressive résumé.
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The View From Washington
Andrea Mitchell shares with audiences a wealth of experience and her observations on recent events, politics and life in the power hub known as Washington, D.C. Her insights are more than informative – they are perspective-altering. Depending on the news of the day her remarks can include reports on evolving issues such as war in Iraq; the fight against terrorism; ISIS, nuclear proliferation in India, Pakistan, and North Korea; the conflict inthe Middle East; the presidential election; the budget and the five presidential administrations she has covered.
It's Not What Happens to You, It's What You Do About It
With warmth and wisdom, W Mitchell recaps the precise moments that instantlyerased and rewrote the course of his life. To lose your face and fingers in a fire, and then lose the use of your legs forever – well, what would you do? Mitchell learned to work through the painful challenges and the devastating losses. When it was time to rebuild, he did, not once but twice. This seemingly hopeless story evolved into an amazing life of achievement that has inspired audiences throughout the world.
Mitchell reveals the core beliefs and proven strategies that lead to his personal and professional successes. He proves to audiences that setbacks can be transformed into new starting points and that we all must take responsibility for the changes in our life. Not only will he demonstrate what it takes, but he will provide the necessary tools that can be used to improve the quality of your unique situation.
- Put yourself and others back in charge.
- Be empowered to take action based on Mitchell’s compelling examples.
- Understand that most limitations are self imposed and it’s time to move past them.
- Learn to take responsibility for change and master adversity.
- Learn to think and act creatively.
- Gain a new perspective on seemingly impossible situations.
- Feel the joy of living at your best regardless of the challenges.
- Experience a renewal of both mind and spirit and be inspired to achieve greatness.
W Mitchell’s message will long be remembered as captivating, empowering, and the real thing. With a sense of peace and acceptance he lives his message everyday