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HER Ambition: Reese Witherspoon

"Just do what you do well" Reese Witherspoon

Women's History Month is approaching and I wanted to write about a woman that embraces ambition. 

Abuse of any form both changes you and shapes you. Reese Witherspoon opens up with Oprah about her experience on Super Soul Sunday. What's admirable is she worked through those difficult times. The way to go is higher when someone attempts to bring you down. I shared this video below to show how far Reese Witherspoon has come is both elevating and empowering.

In an article from Glamour Magazine Reese Witherspoon wrote about the importance of having ambition as a woman.  Having ambition and putting it into action is important. “If you want something done, do it yourself" With that drive she created a media/production company and platform for women. She recently launched an App for her book club. As she grows she also provides opportunities and help others.

 Glamour Women of the Year Speech:

Reese Witherspoon sets a good example of turning obstacles into opportunity. Growing through what you go through. I admire her ability to connect, her vision, her ambition and I am truly inspired. Believe in yourself and you will find the inner strength to overcome any challenge. Aim high and conquer! You will progress and rise! 

Photo Credit and Article Reference: Glamour Magazine 

Photographer: Emma Summerton
Fashion Editor: Jillian Davison

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