The 5 Mindset Secrets of The Most Iconic Black Women
Mindsets are our driving forces. They determine and frame the way in which we live our lives and even define if they will be successful or not. So, when it comes to acquiring success and being the best version of ourselves growing and developing our mindsets is a must.
But first, you need to understand your current mindset in order to reprogram it for success. Next, you need to believe that you are actually worthy of that mindset and that you can be that person you’ve always looked up to.
I’ve grown up looking up to women like Oprah, Michelle Obama, and J.K Rowling. They are all incredible women, who rose from nothing and showed the world unapologetically exactly who they we.
Here Are 10 Powerful Black Women Who Inspired me to Grow My Mindset for Success:
1. Oprah Winfrey:
We all know and love Oprah, and Grew with Oprah Being a Possibility for all Black Women who aspire to make a Change In the World! She’s a self-made billionaire and one of the most influential women in the world. But if she didn’t challenge the status quos in her career and just follow the industry norms then she would have been just another talk show host.
And it’s her mindset that made her stand out from the rest. In a competitive industry, it can be easy to feel pressured into doing what is expected of you. But if we did this then nothing would ever change or evolve. But her readiness to challenge and break industry standards by showing no personality has made her a household name.
Mindest Secret: "Be Unappolotically Yourself"
2.Beyoncé Giselle Knowles
There is only one woman in the world who has been so successful she was able to drop an album with no advanced notice and witness it achieve platinum status in just one week. That woman is Beyonce.
Beyonce has never been one to turn down a single opportunity as she believes risks always pay off eventually. Her advice was, "I can never be safe; I always try and go against the grain. As soon as I accomplish one thing, I just set a higher goal. That's how I've gotten to where I am."
Mindest Secret: "Always Take The Risk"
3. Serena Williams Rowland:
You don’t have to be a big sports fan to know that Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes alive today. With 23 major singles titles, and 39 Grand Slam titles, Serena is often called the tennis GOAT (Greatest of All Time) and is recognised around the world for her superhuman athletic skill.
In the past few years, Serena has gained even more recognition in the public for her bold return to competition after nearly dying giving birth to her daughter, and for her daring fashion choices on and off the court.
The Tennis Phenom is the Perfect Example of Not giving up and not Throwing the Towel at the First Failure, to Always Show up and always Give your 100% . Luck has Nothing to do with her success, But everything to do with spending hours Crafting your Sills in Court and building winning routines. “I just never give up. I fight to the end. You can’t go out and say, ‘I want a bag of never-say-die spirit.’ It’s not for sale. It has to be innate.”
Mindest Secret: "Never Give Up"
4. Michelle Obama:
This List will never be complete with the One and Only First Lady Michelle Obama! Michelle Obama became the first African-American First Lady in U.S. history – all while the odds were firmly stacked against her and her husband and through her role in the White House it became clear that there is something about Michelle many people loved and admired.
She stood out as one of the most passionate and accomplished First Ladies in history because of her charisma, compassion and powerful speech-making, but even before Michelle’s rise to fame during her time in the White House, she was already an accomplished lawyer, writer and community activist.
The First Lady's quote live by: "When you direct your attention to things you can’t control, you waste your energy. However, when you focus on what you can control, you move closer to your goals.”
Mindest Secret: "Focus on what you can Control"
4. Cathrine Johnson:
When you think of strong Black female role models to look up to, your mind might automatically wander to Michelle Obama, Serena Williams, or Beyoncé. But these contemporary icons are far from the first influential Black women in history who made lasting change in the United States.
The ground-breaking firsts stretch back centuries, beyond Rosa Parks and Katherine Johnson — one of the Iconic mathematicians for NASA who had a hand in sending Americans to space for the first time.
I would suggest you to watch the Movie the Hidden Figures, beyond great performances, this is a story of empowerment, of black women overcoming the double barriers of race and gender. They not only succeed, but in their journey they become heroes in America’s race to space against Russia.Mindest Secret: “Like what you do, and then you will do your best.”
5. Nina Simone:
Eunice Kathleen Waymon known professionally as Nina Simone, was an American singer, songwriter, musician, arranger, and civil rights, activist. Her music spanned a broad range of musical styles including classical, jazz, blues, folk, R&B, gospel, and pop.
Nina Simone's voice has been a comforting and familiar presence in my life for as long as I can remember, and since hearing the news of her death on April 21, I've been listening to her songs almost exclusively and with sad but fresh ears.
The best way to capture the cultural legacy of someone like Simone is to listen to her music.
Nina Simone was much more than a "smoky-toned jazz and blues singer," as many writers have characterized her. Through her life and music she epitomized the essence of the black American -- and especially the black female -- experience, and Women Empowerment, Just Type : Nina Simone Quotes, and you will be Blow away! R.I.P Queen, Love You Simone.