GOOD Morning America star Michael Strahan has dropped some gems on social media to help encourage his fans.
GettyGood Morning America star Michael Strahan shared an inspiring message on social media[/caption]
GettyMichael’s post came during his recent hiatus from the morning show[/caption]
On Monday, the 51-year-old ABC anchor shared a professional portrait photo of himself on his Instagram page.
The TV star wore a smile across his face, and a cream-colored long-sleeve sweater and khaki pants on his body, looking GQ-ready as he was sitting down with his hands interlocked.
Michael’s post caption embodied the composure that radiated from him in the snap.
“Think about this! We’re our own worst enemy. You doubt yourself more than anybody else ever will,” he wrote.
“Move beyond your self-doubt and go for it!! What do you have to lose? @michaelstrahanbrand @smacentertainment #MondayMotivation#GetOutOfYourHead.”
Fans in his comment section thanked him for his two cents.
“Thank you for the encouragement,” one fan expressed.
Another added: “I needed this today! Thank you.”
Other fans wondered why he was uploading on social media instead of co-hosting GMA.
“Where have you been Michael? miss ya on GMA,” a fan inquired.
MISSING IN ACTION
Michael missed Monday’s episode, and so fellow ABC personality Giovani “Gio” Benitez, 37, filled in for him.
The week before, Linsey Davis filled in for the Hollywood Walk of Fame holder.
Michael has experimented with many new career opportunities while being on GMA.
He promoted his new game show series, The $100,000 Pyramid over the weekend.
Michael dropped a sneak peek of what the newest episode has in store and encouraged fans to tune in to the ABC series on Instagram on Sunday.
Actress Wendi McLendon-Covey was asked questions about Ivy League colleges and universities – to which she didn’t get the answer correctly and made a joke about not having college knowledge.
He captioned his post: “‘Ivy League? Never heard of her’ @wendimclendoncovey well played!!
“New episode of @pyramidabc TONIGHT at 9/8c on ABC! #100KPyramid@smacentertainment.”
Alongside hosting the game show, Michael dedicated an Instagram post to a new project his company is producing about Bishop Sycamore High School.
He explained the plot of the film: “It’s about everything that went on with them that came to light after they played a game against IMG Academy. They were blown out. A lot of stuff happened.
“Come to find out, maybe it wasn’t a real school. Hmm. you got to see the documentary to find out whether it’s true or not.”
Michael’s new clip teased a bit of what viewers can expect from the sports-related film.
He captioned his video: “Did he think he was doing right or did he know he was doing wrong? You be the judge!
Additionally, Michael has also taken time away from GMA to take his twin daughters, Sophia and Isabella, to college.
His daughter, Sophia, is a freshman at Duke University.
The news reporter shared pictures on his Instagram and explained how proud he was.
Michael captioned his photos: “Dropped off the youngest of the tribe @sophialstrahan at college! Can’t believe how time has flown by and I’m so proud of her. I know she’s going to crush college life!! #DukeDad”
He also added: “I know she’s a twin so @isabellastrahan pics coming soon! Lol”
ABCMichael advised fans to ‘move beyond their self-doubt and go for it’[/caption]
GettyFans thanked Michael for his insight and others wondered why he wasn’t on GMA lately[/caption]
ABCMichael has been absent from GMA for almost two weeks[/caption]