The Mindset of a Successful Woman

motivation Sep 08, 2017

At R3VOLVELife, mindset plays a huge part in what we teach. We believe that once one is committed to the right mindset, their chances of achieving their goals become twice as likely. A few tips from empowering women is a great place to begin.


Learn from Failure

            A successful woman isn’t derailed by setbacks. Rather she is open to them, and sees them as teachable moments that allow for growth and improvement. She analyses her mistakes, so that she is prepared for the next time life challenges her. Most importantly, she never lets it stop her from achieving her goals.

“Failure happens all the time. What makes you better is how you react to it” -Mia Hamm (professional soccer player, Olympic gold medalist, two-time FIFA Woman’s World Cup champion)


Be Open to Change

            Change, for anyone in general can be daunting. It is human nature to fear the unknown, after all. However, a successful woman does not let fear consumer her, or get in the way of her path to success. Rather, knowing that something is outside of her comfort zone is what motivates her to give it her all. She realizes that her journey requires her to pass many trials and tribulations along the way.

“When one door of happiness closes, another opens, but we often look so long at the closed door that we do not see the one that has been opened for us.” -Helen Keller (Author, Political Activist, Lecturer)


Be Grateful for Your Fortune

          Gratitude is key. A successful woman takes the time to appreciate her life. Rather than constantly wanting more, she knows when to be content. It is because through this appreciation that she understands the value of what she has, and is weary of her power and privilege. This is what draws people to her, as she is always willing to help.

“If you are successful, it is because somewhere, sometime, someone gave you a life, or an idea that started you in the right direction. Remember also that you are indebted to life until you help some less fortunate person just as you were helped.” -Melinda Gates (American Philanthropist, Co-founder of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation)


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