The “Lean In” author spoke about the importance of persistence in the face of tragedy.
In a story May 14 about a commencement speech by Facebook CEO Sheryl Sandberg and previous stories about the death of her husband, Dave Goldberg, The Associated Press reported erroneously the cause of his death. Sandberg said an autopsy showed he died of a heart attack while using a treadmill, not in an accident on the treadmill.
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Sandberg spoke to graduating seniors at the University of California at Berkeley.
Sheryl Sandberg’s weekend commencement speech was a beautiful and moving testimony about grief and resilience. After the tragic death of her husband Dave, she took to Facebook to reflect on her loss. This weekend, she took to the stage to tell Berkeley's class of 2016—and all of us—about her own sorrow in the hope that we might learn from it....
Sheryl Sandberg has spoken publicly about “the deep fog of grief” she experienced after her husband’s death for the first time. Addressing Berkley graduates in an emotionally charged speech on Saturday, Facebook’s chief operating officer explained that while she had been overwhelmed by grief there had also been moments of joy.
Adversity is unavoidable but how you overcome challenges is more personally defining than achievement says the Facebook COO
In her commencement speech at the University of California at Berkeley, Sandberg spoke publicly for the first time about her husband's death.
Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg gave a stirring commencement speech at UC Berkeley, focused on the subject of resiliency. The Verge reports.
Watch Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg deliver a commencement address to the 2016 graduates of the University of California, Berkeley.
BERKELEY, Calif. - Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg is encouraging graduating seniors
''When life sucks you under, you can kick against the bottom, break the surface and breathe again,'' says Sheryl Sandberg of her husband's death.
Jab at rival tech giant came amid jokes about finding love on Tinder and 'Game of Thrones'
"I've not spoken publicly about this before and it's hard," Sandberg told the 2016 graduating class about the death of her husband, Dave Goldberg, in May 2015.
Sandberg, who spoke about her husband's death publicly for the first time, has considered focusing on the subject of resilience in a second book.
In This Powerful Speech, Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Talks About How She Learnt To Live After Her Husband's Death! | indiatimes.com
Just more than a year since the death of her husband, Facebook Inc chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg has learned how to be more resilient — a hard-won skill she is sharing first in a graduation speech and potentially in a second book.
"For months, no matter what I did, it felt like the crushing grief would always be there."
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"You are not born with a fixed amount of resilience. Like a muscle, you can build it up, draw on it when you need it. In that process you will figure out who you really are — and you just might become the very best version of yourself."
Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg, spoke poignantly at a commencement address Saturday about her “fog of grief’’ following the death of her husband, but said she has since found “moments of joy.’’ Her husband, Dave Goldberg, the CEO of SurveyMonkey, died in May 2015 of a heart condition. In a prepared draft of her commencement speech at the University of California at Berkeley, Sandberg, 46, said she found herself “swallowed up in the deep fog of grief — what I think of as the void — an emptiness that fills your heart, your lungs, constricts your ability to think or even to breathe,’’ CNN reported. Although Goldberg’s death changed her in a “very profound way,’’ Sandberg said, she realized she could “choose joy and meaning.’’ She told the grads, “The greatest irony of my life [is] that losing my husband helped me find deeper gratitude for
The Facebook COO shared her insights during an emotional commencement speech at UC Berkeley.
BERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg encouraged graduating seniors at the University of California, Berkeley to persevere in life's challenging times, speaking publicly for the first...