"Women and girls can do whatever they want. There is no limit as to what we as women can accomplish."
Listen to other's people's limitations and you will never know how far you can go.
Limiting patterns of belief begin with I am only, I am only so I can't, I am only so I will not be able to, I am only a girl so I can't do this.
Often times, these blocks in our personal vocabulary are inherited through the environment we grow and develop in, and without realizing, we embrace them and filter them into our personal philosophy until it becomes comfortable.
Can you imagine being comfortable with a word that says you have limits to your potential?
What if I told you that as a girl and a young woman you can be a scientist, astronaut, producer, director, teacher, stay at home mother, a working mother, president, lawyer, doctor, governor, author, artist.
What if I told you, that you have the right to speak up for yourself, to embrace your voice and be heard. What if I told you that your gender had no limits to your potential because your intellect is based on your learning ability and not on a body part.
What if today you decided I am, without the only, if, but, although and simply looked in the mirror and said I am, therefore I can.