This isn't just about accepting yourself and I am not protesting against beauty ads here. I am telling you to be confident and proud of your flaws. I constantly worry about what others will think, say and wonder if I dress a certain way if I act a certain way if I tell them to F-off. Something I've learned the hard way, I will share with you right now.
An opportunity can change yourself. Can't it? But only when you recognize it, grab it and make the most of it. Imagine the number of opportunities we fail to grab because we are so busy sticking to a schedule. Doing the same thing every day. We afraid of change. But "change is constant."
The famous Priyanka Chopra who today is not only an actress but a producer, an author, an artist and recently appointed as UNICEF's global goodwill ambassador, delivered her speech on "Breaking the Glass Ceiling" at Penguin Annual Lecture 2017. It is one of the best speeches I have heard. I am not a huge fan of politician's speeches but I am the person who will Google search and share inspiring speeches by people who hail from the film industry. They understand struggle and competition. They relate to comparison and criticism. They have a voice that can speak for an entire community, society, and nation and be heard!
This is one hell of a speech you do not want to miss especially since it is being delivered by one of the most gorgeous and phenomenal women. Our very own Piggy Chops!.
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