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I Can Do Anything

“I am strong, I am confident, and I can do anything I set my mind to.” I can be the best me I can be. Do you want to know the key to knowledge and success?

Nobody understands the power of you like you. Your potential, your will to do, and your ability to believe in self is sometimes all that’s needed in doing anything. There is also a favorite of mine that you can do anything with the power of faith. All are roadmaps to promoting the true potential in self.

Encouraging your daughter will also encourage you to believe in the power of “I can”. Your daughter watches every move you make. Believe that you can do anything and when you look hard enough you’ll see how your daughter starts to believe and invest into the power of her.

Soon she’ll be saying familiar things like. I can learn without fear. I can make decisions and feel good about them. I can make a difference. I can learn anything. I can build other girls up. I can commit to education. I can embrace the world. I can with the support of the world.

Encourage the “I can” in your daughter and others like her because you were all born from someone’s daughter. Your friend is someone’s daughter. Your wife is someone’s daughter. Your boss or co-worker is someone’s daughter. Even your mother is someone’s daughter. They are our friends and family. They are the connection between the world and the next generation.

Promoting education and “I can” in daughters will make brighter women. Brighter women will make brighter mothers, wives and career women. Brighter wives will make brighter children.

Every daughter you encourage, she encourages and along the way notice how you to will have the power of “I can.” Help her get excited about her potential.
I can do anything. I can build other girl’s up instead of engaging in drama. I can look past all stereotypes. I can work smarter not harder. I can demonstrate good habits. I can be inspired by the world. I can let the world inspire me. I can learn a new skill. I can do anything with the help of the world.

Encourage self-worth. Allow her to not fit in. Dare her to be different with boundaries. Encourage her to ask questions and be prepared to answer them.
Be a role model to her. She can overcome challenges and achieve excellence in education and well-being. She can accomplish this with your support and the support of others. It takes a village to raise a child. The world is her village.

It’s important that you raise your daughter to be confident and successful in a world that still often makes it difficult to achieve success. It’s important that you realize that “I can” exist in even you. You set the tone for your house, your job, your life – set the right tone. You can raise an “I can” daughter. And your daughter can encourage “I can” friends.

You see a daughter – I see the future. She is who she is because she can be – help her discover the power of being a girl. Let her know that the key to knowledge and success is “I can”. I encourage you to take something from this message and pass it on. I can be a better me. I can strive for excellence. I can make a difference – I can!

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