1.Do the things you enjoy within reason. Know your body and what works for you and you'll be fine.
2.As you get older, you become more comfortable in your skin and comfortable in saying no to things . . . I've also learned that saying no is just as valuable as saying yes. It's something that, I think, comes with age and really having a sense of your self-worth. And then you make choices based on that.
3. Building a strong team around you and being able to really communicate wellwith them is part of what's going to bring you a higher level of success.
4.Take things with a grain of salt, and find balance within your life. On your lunch break, leave to go and get some fresh air. You don't need to make your life your job. I have to find that balance for myself, as well . . . I think you have to make time for yourself so that work doesn't become the end-all be-all.
5.You need to know that you're enough — a mantra that has now ingrained itself so deeply within me 污水处理设备that not a day goes by without hearing it chime in my head. That five pounds lost won't make you happier,
that more makeup won't make you prettier, that the now iconic saying from Jerry Maguire, 'You complete me,' frankly, isn't true. You are complete with or without a partner. You are enough just as you are.
7.We just need to be kinder to ourselves. If we treated ourselves the way we treated our best friend, can you imagine how much better off we would be?
8.You draw your own box. You introduce yourself as who you are. . . . You create the identity you want for yourself.
9.Everyone should be afforded the opportunity to receive the education they want, but more importantly, the education they have the right to receive. And for women and girls in developing countries, this is vital.
10.When girls are given the right tools to succeed, they can create incredible futures, not only for themselves, but also for those around them.
12. With fame comes opportunity, but it also includes responsibility — to advocate and share, to focus less on glass slippers and more on pushing through glass ceilings. And, if I'm lucky enough, to inspire.
13.You can be a woman who wants to look good and still stand up for the equality of women.
14.I think the biggest part of being a girl boss in the office, at home, or anywhere you go is just knowing your value . . . it's important to flex your intellectual prowess, even if you're wiggling around in a pencil skirt.
15. If there was a wrong, if there is a lack of justice, and there is an inequality, then someone needs to say something. And why not me?
16.Reflecting on where I came from helps me to appreciate and balance what I have now. I was born and raised in Los Angeles. My mother was a free-spirited clinical therapist, and I had the most hardworking father, a television lighting director by trade. My mum raised me to be a global citizen, with eyes open to sometimes 污水处理设备 harsh realities.
17.I've never wanted to be a lady who lunches; I've always wanted to be a woman who works.