Strong Women Quotes

50 Quotes To Motivate Every Strong Women

A strong woman has willpower galore and self respect, which means she can demand respect from others. She is highly-motivated by her heart and her love for those close to her. In general, women need to be appreciated for the things they do in the society, homes and workplaces no matter how little or big. If you have a girlfriend, mother or sister, tell her that you love their physical strength, how she pushes herself and sets her own goals.

We have compiled best strong women quotes to motivate every woman out there pushing it through in life. Be inspired and motivated by these strong women quotes from some very famous women. May they be an inspiration and encouragement to you!

50 Quotes To Motivate Every Strong Women

  • Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.  — Helen Keller
  • In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility.  — Eleanor Roosevelt
  • An increasing number of studies confirm the relationship between the positive emotions and optimal living.  — Mary Kay Morrison, Using Humor to Maximize Living
  • People need hard times and oppression to develop psychic muscles.  — Emily Dickinson
  • The possession of knowledge does not kill the sense of wonder and mystery. There is always more mystery.  — Anais Nin
  • All human beings react positively to praise.  — Jacquie McTaggart
  • Try to see that positive in every situation. You have the power to turn a bad situation into a good situation just by seeing it as a good situation.  — Dianne Kane, Anger Management for Partners
  • Leadership is not something that you learn once and for all. It is an ever-evolving pattern of skills, talents, and ideas that grow and change and you do.” — Sheila Murray Bethel, Making a Difference
  • “Developing positive character traits means that you respect yourself, others, and the world. You find value in your experiences so that life itself becomes your teacher.”  — Barbara A. Lewis, What Do You Stand For?
  • Studies show that people are more likely to achieve goals framed positively than negative ones. — Joanna Jast, Laser-Sharp Focus
  • Carry out a random act of kindness, with no expectation of reward, safe in the knowledge that one day someone might do the same for you. — Princess Diana
  • Not everything that is faced can be changed, but nothing can be changed until it is faced.  — Lucille Ball
  • For every failure, there’s an alternative course of action. You just have to find it. When you come to a roadblock, take a detour.”  — Mary Kay Ash
  • If you don’t accept failure as a possibility, you don’t set high goals, you don’t branch out, you don’t try – you don’t take the risk.”  — Rosalynn Carter
  • Every time you hear yourself being judgmental, make yourself think something positive, even if it’s simply a silent ‘bless you’.  — Stephanie Carroll, My Conversations with God Book 4
  • You can never be happy living someone else’s dream. Live your own. And you will for sure know the meaning of happiness.  — Oprah Winfrey
  • It does not do to dwell on dreams and forget to live.  — J. K. Rowling
  • “Babies and toddlers respond well to the positive emotions of those around them, and being praised for even the simplest things is just the sort of positive reinforcement they need to go about exploring the world.”  — Chelsea Faber, Parenting Tips
  • First principle: never to let one’s self be beaten down by persons or by events. —  Marie Curie
  • People who focus on positivity understand that failure is a part of learning and they do not blame themselves or feel worthless when they fail.  — Jennifer N. Smith, Save Marriage
  • Cheer up, keep your spirits high, things are bound to get better!  — Anne Frank, The Diary of a young girl Anne Frank
  • The most common way people give up their power is by thinking they don’t have any.  — Alice Walker
  • “Growing older, gives us a different perspective so we start to look at things around us in a more positive way, disregarding other people’s opinions and we stop doubting ourselves.”  — Sofie K, Aging Back: Reversing the Aging Process
  • “Putting yourself in a positive environment goes a long way to ensuring that you feel like giving it your best shot.”  — Michelle Hunt, Creativity: Innovation
  • “You can actually aid in determining positive change for your future by simply changing your attitude.”  — Patricia King, Dream Big
  • Strong women make strong societies. Nothing matters more to our future than the well being of women and children.  — Melinda Gates
  • There is nothing a person can’t do, and there should be nothing a human being didn’t care about. It was the most positive encouragement I could have hoped for.  — Maya Angelou, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
  • Happiness is that state of consciousness which proceeds from the achievement of one’s values.  — Ayn Rand
  • Building a strong willpower is crucial for having a fulfilling and hugely successful life. It affects all areas of your life including work, school, family, relationships, and business.  — Jessica Minty, Willpower
  • Adventure is worthwhile in itself.  — Amelia Earhart
  • Changing the big picture takes time.. and the best things to do is focus on the things that we can make in our lives if we’re doing all that. That becomes the collage of real change. — Michelle Obama
  • Hopeful, happy words make a big difference, so sprinkle your vocabulary with superlatives, and they’ll serve as a positive affirmation.  — Laurin Sydney, little things make a big difference
  • Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the world; indeed, it’s the only thing that ever has.  — Margaret Mead
  • Love has nothing to do with what you are expecting to get – only with what you are expecting to give, which is everything.”  — Katharine Hepburn
  • You can destroy your now by worrying about tomorrow.  — Janis Joplin
  • Choosing to be positive has enlightened me. It has opened up more opportunities than I could have ever imagined.  — Diane Matyas, Performance Your Guide to Personal and Professional Excellence
  • Also, be sure to offer constant positive reinforcement and praise for their efforts as this will motivate and inspire them to persevere.  — Katrina Kahler, Confident Kids
  • As you travel through life, your dreams will guide you, determination will get you there, and love will provide the greatest scenery of all.  — Michelle C. Ustaszeski
  • Winners acknowledge the contributions of others through the generous use of honest positives. They encourage increased participation and achievement by rewarding all efforts and accomplishments.  — Dr. Irene C. Kassorla, Go For It!
  • For me, faith means that what is right will win out one day. It means that the universe is not aimless but moves by some positive design.  — Sarah Ferguson The Duchess of York, What I Know Now
  • We are the only ones responsible for what goes on in our lives. We can make excuses and blame others, but we are responsible to and for ourselves.  — Iyanla Vanzant, Acts of Faith
  • At its core, resilience is about being capable and strong enough to persevere in adverse or stressful conditions-and to take away positive meaning from that experience.  — Zelana Montminy, 21 Days to Resilience
  • If you have faith, don’t overlook the power of just praying for strength every day.  — Jennifer Roskamp, A Realistic Action Plan
  • While words may evoke positive feelings, family members, friendships, and a connection with yourself also bring rich rewards.  — Amy Dean
  • Disciplining yourself to do what you know is right and important, although difficult, is the highroad to pride, self-esteem, and personal satisfaction.  — Margaret Thatcher
  • The hope is that through continuous positive experience, you will gradually build a great reputation that will make people eager to buy from you again and again.  — Amy Dix, Brand New You
  • If you aren’t particularly good at positive self-talk, then it’s time to practice and change your words. Don’t talk about being overweight, ugly or dumb … because your children are listening and learning.  — Katrina Kahler, Confident Kids
  • A strong woman understands that the gifts such as logic, decisiveness, and strength are just as feminine as intuition and emotional connection. She values and uses all of her gifts.  — Nancy Rathburn
  • “In addition, since brain waves can be a reflection of emotional states, appreciation may also have a positive impact on how you perceive the world around you and your relationship to it, as well as on how you feel.”  — Noelle C Nelson.; Jeannine Lemare Calaba, The Power of Appreciation
  • At least at times of loss, we are reminded of our priorities, of our many blessings. In times of gain, we can so often lose our way.  — Mindy Starns Clark

Tell her that you admire all that she is and stands for. Let her know that her strength in no way intimidates, or outshines yours. Let her know that you can be strong together.

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