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42 Short Empowering Messages For The Millennial Female

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42 Short Empowering Messages For The Millennial Female
Ladies, as you know, there is no way you can build an empire with a cluttered, negative mind. In order to have the business and life you dream of, you need to be very aware of your mind, body and thought.

Here are 42 short and empowering messages to keep you motivated this week:

You may see me struggle, but you will never see me quit.

Don’t let the pretty face fool you, I roll like a boss.

Go out there and get what you deserve.

Negative people usually have negative bank accounts to match.

It’s funny how you never cared to put yourself in my shoes until you saw me walking in Louboutins.

Focused. Intelligent. Motivated. Oh, and cute.

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I was going to let my fears take over my goals but then I was like…nah not today.

Don’t be afraid to admit to yourself when you deserve more.

It’s good to protect your dreams but it’s even better to be around people who don’t make you feel like you have to defend them.

Choose boss over bitter.

Being 100% unstoppable is 100% profitable.

Negative vibes are just like selfies you’ll never post. Worthless.

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There are a million things to focus on. Choose something good.

Deep down inside, you know the truth. The truth is that you can do this. The truth is that if you gave it 100%, you’d get 100%. The truth is, it’s all up to you.

Life gets better when you pay more attention to how you want to spend your Monday mornings than how you want to spend your Friday nights.

Most of the stuff you worry about will never happen.

Positive vibes are sexy.

‘Impossible’ is hater code for ‘possible’.

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If things aren’t adding up then it’s time to start subtracting.

Pay attention to what is weighing you down. You’ll probably find stuff you shouldn’t be carrying.

I keep to myself. I like to mind my own business. Literally.

Life isn’t just about money. It’s about joy, peace, adventure…..and money.

Big dreamers hate small talk.

The goal is not to be successful; the goal is to be valuable. Once you’re valuable instead of chasing success, it will attract itself to you.

Take-the-wheel

Don’t apologize for wanting what you want.

To seek pity is petty. Everything you need, you have already.

Don’t get jealous. Get motivated.

Don’t believe in luck, believe in never giving up.

‘Running’ my business should totally count as cardio.

Stop worrying. Pretend you have it and act accordingly.

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When you feel like you’re not getting enough in life. Stop asking ‘how can I get more?’ Start asking ‘how can I give more?’.

If you act the part and play the part, you’ll get the part.

After a while….fear becomes fun, haters are just straight up entertaining and life just feels so good because you know you’re unstoppable.

I just want cashflow and abs.

People who try to control you, don’t love you.

I set myself up so that everyone in my life is wanted. Not needed. If you want to invest in something with minimum risk and a guaranteed big return, invest in yourself.

Finding-opportunities
 

Thank you for reading my article! Which message is most powerful for you?

A young entrepreneur, author and speaker, Carla Schesser is a woman who is passionate about inspiring and educating youth to live a life they love. Carla's book, ‘#Success - Mastering the Basics to a Happy, Healthy & Wealthy Life’ is a simple, practical and motivating guide which young adults will enjoy reading while learning important skills which empower them and allow them to discover how to live a peaceful, successful, and healthy life.Carla has a rare ability to connect with her readers. She has been in the same shoes many aspiring young adults wear today and this allows her to reach her audience and inspire them in a way most people can’t.

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13 Comments

  1. Bel

    Nov 8, 2016 at 8:51 am

    Love all of these- thanks for the Tuesday afternoon inspiration:)

  2. Silvia Turonova

    Jul 23, 2016 at 10:30 pm

    “Big dreamers hate small talk.” I love it Carla. This is exactly what I needed today.

  3. Priyanka

    Sep 11, 2015 at 2:18 pm

    Love these! Going to share them on my Facebook Page.

    • Carla Schesser

      Sep 11, 2015 at 4:41 pm

      Awesome! Please do! Thank you for commenting!

  4. Mari

    Aug 27, 2015 at 7:30 pm

    Oh I love these. Both inspiring and feminine-because we don’t have to act like men to succeed.

    • Carla Schesser

      Aug 28, 2015 at 4:28 am

      Exactly Mari! Women are successful too! Glad you enjoyed them! 🙂

  5. Isabel Valoria

    Aug 26, 2015 at 3:46 pm

    I love these!! Wish these were in a calendar type flip book. I’d display these proudly! Thanks, Carla 🙂

    • Carla Schesser

      Aug 28, 2015 at 4:30 am

      Love that idea! Glad you enjoyed these empowering messages! Write them down in a small journal and you can read a different one daily!

  6. Nicky

    Aug 14, 2015 at 12:30 am

    What a great list Carla! Can I add another one? Mine would be “Choosing to be bitter is like drinking poison and expecting someone else to die.”

    • Carla Schesser

      Aug 14, 2015 at 1:11 am

      Love that Nicky! So so true!

  7. Stefanie

    Aug 13, 2015 at 9:05 am

    Love that! Thank you Carla for sharing! I think many messages work for men as well; anyway I think it’s great to address female entrepreneurs as it starts in the mind and many female entrepreneurs might need some extra confidence in themselves.

    • Carla

      Aug 14, 2015 at 1:54 am

      I’m glad you liked it Stefanie! I agree – some are great for both males and females. Which was your favorite? 🙂

      • Stefanie

        Aug 14, 2015 at 6:07 am

        Hey Carla, I think there were many great ones.
        The ones I felt most inspired by were:
        “The goal is not to be successful; the goal is to be valuable. Once you’re valuable instead of chasing success, it will attract itself to you.”
        and
        “When you feel like you’re not getting enough in life. Stop asking ‘how can I get more?’ Start asking ‘how can I give more?’.”
        It’s a shift, a different interpretation of success which I really love. It makes you produce great stuff of best quality whatever it is, whereas focusing on making money quickly with cheap and mediocre products won’t make you successful in the long term.
        Looking forward to more, also to picture quotes.
        Cheers
        Stefanie

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1. Find someone who was in a similar place and made it to the other side

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3. Don’t overcomplicate it

Keep it simple. When we’re stuck in a rut, we’ll give ourselves every excuse to not do something. Say you’ve gained some weight; you might tell yourself you need to find the perfect trainer and wait until you have time to cook your meals from scratch each night before you do anything else. Stop trying to overcomplicate it and keep it simple by finding one thing you can do right now, however small that may be. You don’t have to wait until the timing is perfect and the stars align for you to start moving in the direction you want to go.  

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