This Women’s Day, Be True to Yourself!
It's a great time to be a woman today! Women are on a bright path towards new accomplishments and empowerment. From scientists and business leaders to artistes and activists, women are changing the world for themselves and for everyone around them. This Women’s Day, celebrate your inner spirit and strength. #BeYourTrueSelf - whether it is in your workplace, personal relationships or the way you dress. It’s time to speak up louder and clearer.
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What does it mean to be a woman? This question is more important than ever, as women around the globe turn attention to their collective voices. Whether it is combating violence and abuse, standing up for oneself at home and the workplace or asserting individual action and thought, women today are unafraid of speaking up and taking charge. Dressing up and feeling confident in one’s own skin is a powerful means of expressing oneself. As International Women’s Day draws closer, make a promise ― #BeYourTrueSelf
Be proud of who you are: The struggle for women’s empowerment has come a long way but there’s more to achieve. Taking pride in the collective achievements of women, discovering unsung heroes in your community and asserting your place as equals make for big steps towards empowerment.
Be kind and compassionate: In the ages of divisive views and online trolls, kindness makes the world a better place. Learn to see the world from the perspective of others and empathise with their needs and causes too. Stand up for yourself and others!
Learn to say no: No means no – the importance of this short statement cannot be overstated. Whether it is in personal relationships or at the workplace, nobody should be forced to do anything that makes them uncomfortable.
Treat yourself: Women are caretakers of their families, friends, co-workers and communities. In the midst of your many responsibilities, don’t forget to make time for yourself. Whether it’s pursuing a hobby or fulfilling your bucket list, treat yourself to some me-time too.