Robin Roberts Can’t Imagine Doing Any Other Job but Her Own

Nearly every weekday morning for the past two decades, Good Morning America anchor Robin Roberts has woken the country up by saying those three iconic words: “Good morning, America.” It’s a responsibility she doesn’t take lightly, we learn in her new book Brighter by the Day: Waking Up to New Hopes and Dreams, out April 12. Before uttering the nationwide wake-up call, Roberts takes a breath and centers herself, fully feeling the weight and the honor of being the first voice many Americans hear on a daily basis. In Brighter by the Day—her fourth book—Roberts unpacks how she’s remained hopeful and optimistic even in the face of numerous struggles, from battling breast cancer and myelodysplastic syndrome, a disease of the bone marrow, to now fighting alongside longtime partner Amber Laign as she too battles breast cancer. How does Roberts continue to infuse positivity and encouragement into viewers’ lives every day, even when life throws curveballs? This book is her how.

“People love my mantras: ‘Make your mess your message.’ ‘Dream big, focus small.’ ‘Optimism is a muscle that grows stronger with use,’” Roberts tells Glamour. “[In the book] I take these principles and show how to turn them into a practice and to make it a lifestyle. That, to me, is the difference here and what I’m trying to do with the book—putting principles into practice.”


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