Women S Empowerment Quotes

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Clare Boothe Luce
“Because I am a woman, I must make unusual efforts to succeed. If I fail, no one will say, 'She doesn't have what it takes." ~ ' They will say, 'Women don't have what it takes." -”
Clare Boothe Luce

Patricia V. Davis
“The only thing you should be faking is confidence. If you don't have it yet, pretend that you do. Pretend you're not nervous, pretend you're not scared, and after a while, the pretend part disappears.”
Patricia V. Davis, The Diva Doctrine: 16 Universal Principles Every Woman Needs to Know

Anya Seton
“He was all sin and mystery, and Miranda feared the pleasures he offered as she feared the fires of hell. Yet when she succumbed at last, it was not because her body was weak but because her mind was curious.”
Anya Seton, Dragonwyck

“When you haven't figured out who you are and what you offer the world, it's awfully easy to get hoodwinked into thinking you're not as good as everyone else. It's even easier to start taking on the arts and pretensions of someone you're not. Don't bother. There's nothing fabulous about a generic. We always pay more for the original.”
Ellen Lubin-Sherman, The Essentials Of Fabulous

“Some women are truly beautiful. The light of love shines through their souls. And the world gets drenched in their inimitable light of love. But do not try to dominate them. Let them keep their softness and tenderness.”
Avijeet Das

Jeanne McElvaney
“We need to remember our intention is a germinating seed lying beneath the surface of our life. We have to keep nurturing our desire until it’s arrival feels so natural, it’s not even an event. The seed we planted has become such a part of our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs that its blossom feels familiar when it appears.”
Jeanne McElvaney, Light in the Shadows

Jeanne McElvaney
“Energetically, when we fight something, it intensifies our connection. We activate the energy by placing our focus on it.”
Jeanne McElvaney, Light in the Shadows

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“One of the main results of women’s empowerment is a great increase in the number of women who cheat.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“Be fearless. Be tenacious. Go after what you want. Be a leader. Take control. Don't like how things are managed? Change the status quo. Be a disruptor. Galvanize, inspire, lead, get results. Stand resolute in the face of critics, detractors, naysayers. Their no is your yes. Make a difference. Change the narrative. Be a monumental success and a paradigm for forward, sometimes unorthodox, always creative thinking. This is what makes you a trailblazer, a standard bearer and history maker!! Oh, unless you are a powerful, black woman (or simply a WOMAN)with a voice that moves the needle. Then, you are a troublemaker, angry, stupid, menopausal, looking for attention? Women don't owe anyone an apology or explanation for being everything those part of an unevolved faction of society believes is only reserved for men. Work with us and be great, or get out of our way so we can continue what we started a lifetime ago. Proud of you Stacey Abrams and of all women who refuse to be relegated to a status of mediocrity. "Still, I rise!”
Liz Faublas, Million Dollar Pen, Ink.

Elizabeth Garden
“You know there are no Jews working for me. Not one. I won’t hire them.' He sounded proud of the ugly fact.”
Elizabeth Garden, Tree of Lives: My rocky path out of the Wildwoods

Elizabeth Garden
“One thing was certain, even standing still on this path led the little family of three in the opposite direction of the girls’ deadbeat father.”
Elizabeth Garden, Tree of Lives: My rocky path out of the Wildwoods

Elizabeth Garden
“Ultimately, Ruth decided that not punishing the wicked was unfair to the good.”
Elizabeth Garden, Tree of Lives: My rocky path out of the Wildwoods

“Women make up fifty percent of the population and give birth to the other half; seems like some pretty powerful odds!”
Daisy Gallagher, How To Succeed In A Testosterone World Without Losing Estrogen

Angela Kenyatta
“You are mighty beyond measure. You're already every bit of the woman you hoped to be. Inside of you lies every ounce of potentiality required to bring the highest intentions for your life into manifestation.”
Angela Kenyatta

Angela Kenyatta
“Stop accepting invitations to dine at tables where the condition for being seated is that your dignity be left behind. You know that you deserve better!”
Angela Kenyatta, And Whose Life Are You Living Anyway? What Wise Women Know and Do about Purposeful Living

Melinda French Gates
“The gender imbalance in unpaid work is such a compelling subject for me in part because it’s a common burden that binds many women together, but also because the causes of the imbalance run so deep that you cannot solve them with a technical fix. You have to renegotiate the relationship. To me, no question is more important than this one: Does your primary relationship have love and respect and reciprocity and a sense of teamwork and belonging and mutual growth? I believe all of us ask ourselves this question in one way or another—because I think it is one of the greatest longings of life.”
Melinda Gates, The Moment of Lift: How Empowering Women Changes the World

“Women Power
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On September 7th 1968, a group of women in New Jersey hurled mops, lipsticks, bras, and high heels into a "Freedom Trash Can". The idea was to symbolically throw away things that oppressed women around the world. The women who participated in this protest were young radicals who wanted to draw attention to women's rights and women's liberation.

This event resulted in the symbolic term "bra-burning feminist," and it made headlines around the world, giving the protestors a place in history.

Today women are making headlines each and every day as the makers and creators of positive change in all walks of life. Be it as scientists, doctors, pilots, engineers, artists, writers, musicians, innovators, teachers, photographers, journalists, astronauts, researchers, managers, private or government employees, designers, singers, dancers, entrepreneurs, architects, bus drivers, nurses, chefs, actors, politicians, athletes, or home makers, women have been and are continuing to prove themselves to be equal to or better than men in all walks of life!

Bravo Women!”
Avijeet Das

“What is imperative for men is to become allies of women in their fight for equality!”
Avijeet Das

“The common thread between all accomplished, professional women is confidence. They are self-assured. They are not concerned with what someone else is doing because they are focused on the next goal. That is the mindset, the seed, I hope to plant inside you. It all begins with knowing and loving who you are. -Liz Faublas, Keynote Speech St. Joseph High School Women's Professional Day”
Liz Faublas

Beth Berry
“That something? That thing you long for way more than good chocolate or a week in the Caribbean? It’s the full, uninhibited expression
of your soul. It’s the essence of who you are and why you’re here. I also believe it to be the thing that your family, and the world, needs
from you most.”
Beth Berry, Motherwhelmed

“Never sell your soul to buy their validation.”
Liz Faublas, You Have a Superpower: Mindi PI Meets Mia

Jeanne McElvaney
“There's comfort in suspending what we know, so we can experience reality from a different perspective.  So we can find what reassures and empowers us.”
Jeanne McElvaney, Light in the Shadows

Elizabeth Cady Stanton
“[N]o matter how much women prefer to lean, to be protected and supported, nor how much men desire to have them do so, they must make the voyage of life alone.”
Elizabeth Cady Stanton

Mokokoma Mokhonoana
“Women generally get rich through divorcing a rich man.”
Mokokoma Mokhonoana

“They say "never say never".Well, I can assure you that, you will NEVER make me feel bad about being black, being a woman, and being ambitious. If this offends, sounds like a personal issue and you have my thoughts and prayers (cuz I'm a Christian too). Live in and for your purpose. You were not created to be mediocre. And continue to pay it forward. Someone can always learn from your testimony.”
Liz Faublas, You Have a Superpower: Mindi Pi Meets Ava "Why Can't I Go Outside"

“With all due respect to Women's Empowerment, in this pandemic there has been a little tug of war between my daughter and me to get the wifi connection for our classes. ”
Avijeet Das

“A woman who is insecure *probably* does not feel right about herself. (Internal problem). A woman who is intuitive *definitely* feels something is not right. (External awareness). Note the difference.”
Liz Faublas , You Have a Superpower: Mindi Pi Meets Ava "Why Can't I Go Outside"

Jeanne McElvaney
“Possibilities that celebrate our spirit and enrich our lives can be found in a place of no time.”
Jeanne McElvaney

“One of the secrets of life is to make stepping stones out of stumbling blocks”
Jack Penn, The Right To Look Human: An Autobiography

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