You have every right to be proud of your achievements, your success, your steps forwards, and your learnings on this Women’s day.
Actress Raveena Tandon is well known to be a philanthropist, associated with various causes. She became a pioneer after she adopted 2 girls and became a single mother at the age of 21. She was chosen by the ministry to be a delegate at the prestigious W20, the Women’s Empowerment engagement wing at G20 India’s Presidency. According to her “Women in our country have broken glass ceilings. Whether we have truck drivers, pilots in the army, or the air force or even working in fields, in the agricultural sector, in the railways, even becoming engine drivers, bus drivers, truck drivers, auto rickshaw drivers, bus conductors, tickets collectors, etc – I think our women are making progress in leaps and bounds. I am very proud that I live in a country that is giving women this freedom and these kinds of opportunities, as sex holds no bar. You can participate and just be and decide and choose your own career options.” as published by https://www.outlookindia.com/.
Women Fitness Celebrates International Women’s Day
Read messages of Women Achievers interviewed by the WF team,
“Women are superhumans, we are made to multitask, and how we do it is unique for each person. I highly suggest all women make it a priority to work out that will help them above and beyond just being physically fit. It also makes everyone efficiently handle things at home, work, and personal lives.” says Instagram fitness queen
“Balance” is the key. Strive to find yours in every aspect of life. Celebrity Yoga Trainer Anshuka’s message for women
“Love yourself unconditionally. Pressure comes our way through our life but one needs to learn to prioritize. A happy you will make the world around you happy too.”
“I was going through a lot more tough times but I choose to rather ignore it and embrace the pain I was even fighting for justice for my younger sister’s murder case, going through domestic violence but I rather choose to fight it all with grace and trust me the power is within you.” says the Cancer fighter, influencer, Founder of MOH, a Social worker, Entrepreneur, Josh talk speaker & Founder CAN HEAL.
“For me, success means becoming a better version of oneself.” She is the 1st Indian female swimmer to qualify for Tokyo Olympics