“Some Women fear the fire, but some simply become it” - that’s the power of a real independent woman. This is where a woman’s journey towards independence begins – by confronting her own fears and marching ahead towards challenging paths. An independent woman has an innate creationary force within her that propels her to overcome stressful situations and take everything in her stride by believing in herself.
Independence, introduces a woman to a complete new world of possibilities where she employs a tough mental outlook and handles a plethora of activities; backed by emotional shifts, diversified thoughts, and dynamic actions. It shapes a stronger woman who stands her ground and champions personal beliefs and opinions, without prejudice surging forth to resolve problems.
Independence in its purest form however, cannot exist without Education. Financial stability adds a feather in her cap and makes her a multi-tasking, strong leader. She becomes fully capable of undertaking challenging responsibilities and further develops problem-solving abilities to handle situations, logically. An independent woman meets challenges head-on and achieves milestones of her own.
Additionally, Learning is a continuous process and remains an independent woman’s core mantra. This fortifies her self-confidence and further propels her career to unimaginable heights. To breed independence amongst women, there is a strong need to develop equal opportunities across diversified spheres of education, society, health, jobs, etc.
Everybody is blessed with independent will, self-awareness, conscience, and creative imagination; but seldom do we master the art to reach its azimuth. At this stage, a mentor plays a key role towards directing her with the power to choose, respond, and bring about a change for other women.
Although it is important to be one’s best, it is equally important to be the beacon for womankind, struggling to achieve what they want for themselves and their universe. Only then, can independence truly exist.
The writer is a director, IdeateLabs