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Be fearless to love yourself unconditionally and embrace what makes you unique. Be fearless and allow the people you interact with on a daily basis get to know the organic you. Be fearless and never concern yourself with what people may say or think about you. Be fearless and show young girls and other women how to be a woman of strength. Be fearless and be you!

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9 Things Fearless Women Do!


9 Things All Fearless Women Do

Fearless women succeed in life because they do things with confidence, they are courageous, and they speak and think differently. No matter what your age and location, dealing with situations fearlessly is important.
If being courageous and bold is something that interests you, here are 9 things fearless women do:

They speak up
Fearless women are not afraid of speaking their mind, they know that they matter. Don’t be afraid of speaking in public or in a group, take a stand for your beliefs. You have the right to be heard. People should know who you are and how you feel.

They take action
Wisdom will lose its importance if not converted to action. Move towards your goals, don’t accumulate knowledge in vain. Actions speaks louder than words. If you think things should be done in different way, then do it. Don’t wait for others to do it.

They wear white
It’s not necessarily wearing white to an important event, it’s wearing white to a picnic, an art class, or any activity. Wear white while cradling an infant and eating spaghetti Bolognese. White makes you look more confident. Don’t be afraid to wear white from fear of stains, be bold enough to wear white.

They remove 2 little words from their emails
We often write 2 little words in our email, “I think,” or “I feel.” These words are needless caveats that make emails longer. If you can’t change the habit of writing these words you can make use of the delete key.
They finish things they start
Fearless women have goals that are more important than laziness, embarrassment, or boredom. They make goals in response to their values, intentions, and actions. Their goals can make them proud when accomplished and they can proudly dedicate them to the woman they want to become, as well as the woman they are today. Don’t quit what you start, especially if you are quitting just because it’s hard.

They ask for help
Fearless women don’t hesitate to seek help. They ask for directions, they ask for help when they need it. They ask someone else if one has said no to help them. Fearful women usually stop after one rejection. There are always some people who love to help and it is always good to receive help and give help to others.

They keep a diary, not just a blog!
Blogging involves public confession and putting out details to many viewers. It’s courageous, although many fearless women keep a diary in which they can write their ideas and experiences from life. Recording your feelings at the end of a bad day will help make it better, you can also treasure memories and feelings.

They connect with others
Fearless women believe in connecting with people face to face. They step away from electronics and come out to meet people head-on. They listen to the needs of others and fulfill them when possible without expecting anything in return.

They learn from failure
They learn from failure and don’t repeat mistakes. There is nothing about failure to be scared, embarrassed, or ashamed of. Failure leads to freedom and success and builds character. Don’t be afraid of failure, it will show you another way and give you experience.

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Do Not Quit No Matter What!!!


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Words of Wisdom

“The whole secret of a successful life is to find out what is one’s destiny to do, and then do it.” -Henry Ford

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Words of Wisdom

Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. -Les Brown

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Wear Confidence!

confidentwearitlikemakeupThere are few things more beautiful on a person than confidence. Women who wear it radiate strength, passion and conviction. It contributes more to a look than a designer label or the perfect diamond. When a woman knows who she is, why she is and what she’s supposed to do, she may be dressed in thrift store specials and be absolutely gorgeous.

A confident woman is not afraid to be herself. Plain and simple and beautiful, or flamboyant and fabulous. The key is: she knows who she is. She understands her purpose, and her gifts. She knows that there are certain things only she can contribute to this world, at this time, in this place.

She knows her style. It doesn’t matter whether you prefer zebra stripes and pink fur, or to be cloaked in grays and subtle greens. Whether you like volleyball or Victorian teas. Shopping or hiking. Or all of the above. What is most important is to be you.

That means stretching and stepping out. If you’re supposed to be on the front lines, be there. Don’t step back. If you are blessed with supportive skills, be the best supporter you can ever be. Expand your skills. Celebrate the talents and experiences God has blessed you with.

What is your confidence based on?

“All of your real value and worth is built in by design,” says Denis Waitley in his classic book, Timing is Everything. “You received it as a precious present when God gave you the gift of life. That gift–all of what’s in you–is really all the value you’ll ever need. It isn’t a matter of finding value, earning value, or proving value. It’s a matter of living up to the value built in at the beginning.”

When we know our value in our very bones, it is manifested as self-esteem. It springs up from within, inspiring us to live into the generous calling on our lives.

Confidence radiates from a deep center–a knowing that you are valuable. And it is because we know that we are valuable in God’s sight, that we can approach Him with confidence. It is an attitude, yes, but not one that is based on our own achievements. It is rooted in self-esteem, yet our confidence comes from knowing that God is all-powerful, all-knowing, ever-present, loving and just.

Self-confidence is no confidence at all. To achieve anything or take any action consistent with God’s plan for your life, you must first surrender your Self, and placing your confidence in God, knowing that He works all things for good to those who love Him. But that doesn’t mean you don’t have the power to act. In fact, we are called to act in order to reflect God’s glory.

A picture of confidence

A confident woman’s being speaks louder than her words. Confidence is not loud or boastful. In fact, it is often gentle, quiet and always humble.

Give me the Jesus kind of confidence any day: soft-spoken, gentle, compassionate, caring, yet strong. And inevitably powerful. Someone who has a message to share with the world; who makes a difference. Now that’s confidence!

Speaking confidence

How do you talk about yourself? Are you the first to put yourself down? Our words have power — either to build up or break us down. What you say about yourself, usually becomes true.

Start listening to your self-talk. Do you ever demean yourself by saying things like, “stupid,” “wimp” or “coward?” Stop immediately and replace it with positive statements. Jesus was clear about His worth and made emphatic statements about who He was: I am the Bread of Life. I am the True Vine. I am the Way and the Truth and the Life.

How do you speak about your body parts? Can you imagine Jesus complaining about fat toes or big hips or a long chin? He never said anything negative about himself. He understood that His body was merely an earthly vessel–something necessary to function here on earth.

Has anyone ever said anything that hurt you deeply? Bring these hurtful words to the cross, to Jesus. He wants us to be confident and whole, not scarred.

Clothes and confidence

Confidence is not clothes or a haircut or expensive jewelry, it’s an attitude. At the same time, something that makes you feel fabulous, may do wonders as an accessory to your confidence.

Look at yourself

What do you communicate to the world, even when you’re not saying a word? What does your posture, and the way you present yourself declare to those who see you?

Now, look inside. Ask Jesus to clear away any cobwebs, whether sin, hurt or misunderstandings.

Living confidently

When do you most feel like that woman God created you to be? Capture that feeling, bottle it, preserve it. And whenever you need a reminder, dab a few moments confidently on your wrists.

Not everyone feels confident all the time. When in need, act your way into feeling. Chin up, shoulders back, tummy tucked. Now breathe in… And smile. Imagine yourself as a princess–wearing an exquisite gown, with a precious crown placed on your head. That’s who you are, after all. You are a daughter of the King. Now act it.

Written by Idelette McVicker


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What She Deserves!


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Do You Want To Know The Secrets Of A Man’s Mind?


Alright ladies! I recommend this book to married and single women to read to get an insight about how the man’s mind work. Women have read so many books on men and relationships. But for some reason, most of us are still baffled. The things we allow the man that we love put us through. We do have a choice to end the insanity of being manipulated by the men out there. I honestly believe we can shield ourselves by first developing confidence and listening to our instincts. We should be strong enough to not allow any man break us down or confuse us. When we have confidence, we will set expectations for the man who is trying to get us. When we have confidence we will not be afraid to say what we want. We will be forward and outspoken about our desires and needs. Confidence will make us honest with ourselves and partner. The experiences we have encountered in life can make us doubt ourselves. But do not go down that road. Instead look at the person who is trying to manipulate you and smile inside and always be a step ahead of them by not having the need to control him and get answers. All we can do is control how we react to the experience. Fight that urge to nag, get angry, snoop, fight with the other woman, and play tit for tat. It is not worth it. Take all that energy and put it to better use. Remember ladies, if the man in your life is making you feel and thing negatively then it is time to say goodbye amicably. When the relationship ends take it as a lesson learned and how it helped you grow. Life is too short. Stop wasting it on a man who does not know how to care. Time waits for no one. So Live, Love, and Laugh.

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Happy Sunday!


Good morning!

Take time today and enjoy every second of your day. Do not think about yesterday and do not think about tomorrow. Focus your energy and valuable time on now. Take a deep breath and embrace the new experiences you will encounter. Always remember time waits for no one so make the best of it today! Have a Happy Sunday!

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