8 quotes of strong women about life, self-confidence and success

GoBeauty has prepared for you a selection of Great women’ inspirational quotes. Sayings relate to different life situations, believing in yourself and the role of woman in the modern world.

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A lot of people are afraid to say what they want. That’s why they don’t get what they want
Madonna, singer

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The Choice of A New Generation………….#pepsi #goodtimes #likeaprayer

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People think that at the end of the day a man is the only answer. Actually, a fulfilling job is better for me
Princess Diana, the first wife of Prince of Wales, Charles

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A woman is like a tea bag – you can’t tell how strong she is until you put her in hot water.
Eleanor Roosevelt, social activist, wife of US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

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Today in 1933, Franklin Delano Roosevelt was inaugurated as the president of the United States. But with his arrival to the White House, the US also gained one of its most influential first ladies: Eleanor Roosevelt. She rejected the first lady’s traditional role as a hostess and instead participated in political life independent of her husband, advocating for causes such as civil rights and career opportunities for women. She even held her own press conferences and only allowed female reporters to attend. As Nazi Germany intensified its persecution of Jews, Eleanor Roosevelt advocated for humanitarian aid to refugees fleeing Nazi violence. She publicly supported legislation to allow refugee children into the US, donated money to organizations working with victims of Nazi persecution, and sometimes directly intervened on behalf of refugees. In 1940, she co-founded the US Committee for the Care of European Children, which brought hundreds of orphaned and unaccompanied children from Europe to the United States. Even after her husband died in 1945, Eleanor Roosevelt remained a luminary of American political life. President Truman appointed her as the US delegate to the first-ever United Nations General Assembly, where she served for many years and authored the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Later, President Kennedy appointed her to lead the President’s Commission on the Status of Women. Tireless in her work toward a better world, she remained active in the civil rights movement and a wide range of human rights issues until her death in 1962. (Photo courtesy FDR Library) #OnThisDay #OTD #WomensHistoryMonth #EleanorRoosevelt

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Some of us are becoming the men we wanted to marry
Gloria Steinem, journalist, social and political activist

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Above all, be the heroine of your life, not the victim
Nora Ephron, film director and writer

The most alluring thing a woman can have is confidence
Beyonce, singer

The best protection any woman can have … is courage
Elizabeth Cady Stanton, social activist

Figure out who you are separate from your family, and the man or woman you’re in a relationship with.  Find who you are in this world and what you need to feel good alone. I think that’s the most important thing in life.  Find a sense of self because with that, you can do anything else
Angelina Jolie, actress and film director

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