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What Makes a Phenomenal Woman?

ByAlexia McKay

Apr 25, 2016

I believe what makes a woman phenomenal is being true to oneself; whether its character traits, flaws or her innermost desires.

A lot of women do not like what they look like, so they hide behind makeup, plastic surgery or awkward clothing. You should not care what other people think of you; not only as a woman but as a human being as well. What’s important is having confidence and self-esteem for yourself. As long as you are comfortable in your own skin, it does not matter what other people may say or think.

Once a woman can accept her physical attributes, then she will be able to tackle her flaws. We all have flaws. Some are more noticeable than others. If psychological therapy is needed to address those problems, take it. There’s a common misconception that people who seek medical help for their social issues are crazy. No- that idea is crazy. In order for a woman to be a ‘phenomenal woman,’ you must acknowledge those flaws and do whatever is in your power to strengthen them].

Once a woman can accept her looks and consistently work on fixing her flaws, now she can easily understand what her passion is. More importantly, what her purpose is in life. When she knows exactly what her destiny is, she has no other option but to fulfill it. The fact that she is a woman will not stop her from living out the lifestyle she dreams of acquiring someday.

A woman who knows what she wants and will risk everything on achieving those goals effortlessly, is truly a phenomenal woman.

***Joshua Jackson is a motivational speaker and author of “How to Pimp Corporate America.”

Follow his journey at TheCorporatePimp.net/rptour

Alexia McKay

A working journalist, entrepreneur and founder of RoyalTee Enterprises. Born and raised in Tampa, Fla. The vision of RoyalTee was inspired in 2015 by Alexia’s ambitions to return to her passion for creative writing and publishing and create a platform to showcase the excellence of minority women across the country through professional, personal and social ventures.