Power Up, Super Women: Stories of Courage and Empowerment Inspirational Quotes

Tracey S. Yang
Nov 10 · 3 min read

Power Up, Super Women: Stories of Courage and Empowerment is a book centered around women’s empowerment, and the authors from around the globe share their stories of overcoming adversity. Find inspiration in the book as hope, empowerment, and encouragement are also emphasized. The book, Power Up, Super Women: Stories of Courage and Empowerment, is written by Sarika Bhakta, CDE, Jeanny Chai, Dr. Kelly Donohoe, Sonali Dutta, Jodie Edmiston, Cherie Faus-Smith, Dr. Renee Galloway, Jenny Lynn Hood, Nicole Jansen, Jonamay Lambert, Charlotte Bowman Murphy, Olivia Solomon, Amy C. Waninger, Lynnis Woods-Mullins, Tracey S. Yang, and Aline Yska, which was published by Motivation Champs in early February of 2019. Sunayana Dumala wrote the forward. Read below to find favorable quotes or excerpt summaries that derive from each written chapter.

Chapter 1 by Dr. Renee Galloway

“Critical to personal and professional success is surrounding yourself with people that will celebrate with and believe in you, no matter what it looks like right now. Distance yourself from negativity.” -Dr. Renee Galloway

Chapter 2 by Jodie Edmiston

“It is possible to transform your life. We possess the ability to thrive. This starts with what type of mindset we allow ourselves to carry. What negative, untrue, aspects are you carrying? What needs to change?” -Jodie Edmiston

Chapter 3 by Dr. Kelly Rabenstein Donohoe

“When your expectation is set at “Isn’t it great I can use these legs?” -everyday activities become celebrations. It taught me, “I know I can do this.” -Dr. Kelly Rabenstein Donohoe

Chapter 4 by Jennifer Hood

“Imagine a world where quitting your three-digit paycheck, with hours and hours of overtime, to go play with turtles is a norm! Where moms and dads work from home, following their passions, to spend time with their little ones. Where someone isn’t judged because they aren’t married yet, don’t have kids yet, or say, they just put themselves first for a bit.” -Jennifer Hood

Chapter 5 by Sonali Dutta

“Being genuine and raw is the new cool, and if you look back into history, it has been that way from the very start. It all comes down to one concluding factor, “Are you ready to put your real cape on?” -Sonali Dutta

Chapter 6 by Olivia Solomon

“I admit, I know there will be many mountains to climb in my future. I understand that nothing in life is handed to me.” -Olivia Solomon

Chapter 7 by Tracey S. Yang

“Persistence is imperative if success is to ever come to existence. We cannot look at past failure as an indicator of us failing at our future endeavors, but instead, they must merely be looked upon as learning tools. It is important to learn from our past mistakes, and then, the next step is to continue onward concentrating on the things we do correctly.” -Tracey S. Yang

Chapter 8 by Nicole Jansen

“Be grateful. The added benefit of gratitude is that it also shifts your focus from fear to love, scarcity to abundance, and opens up the possibility for a bright, beautiful future.” -Nicole Jansen

Chapter 9 by Aline Yska

“Empowerment is the process of becoming a stronger and more confident you.” -Aline Yska

Chapter 10 by Charlotte Bowman Murphy

“Ask yourself this question. What can I do now to put myself on track to be all I was put here to be?” -Charlotte Bowman Murphy

Chapter 11 by Sarika Bhakta, CDE

“When opportunity knocks, say ‘yes’ to stretch your comfort zone.” -Sarika Bhakta, CDE

Chapter 12 by Lynnis Woods-Mullins

“Embrace the changes in your body, mind, and spirit brought on by growing older and celebrate them.” -Lynnis Woods-Mullins

Chapter 13 by Amy C. Waninger

“If someone has to learn, it might as well be me. And if I can do it, so can you.” -Amy C. Waninger

Chapter 14 by Cherie Faus-Smith

“I’ve become an advocate and work with women who are victims and survivors of domestic abuse/ violence. I’ll be sharing my adventures in hopes of empowering women to live their best lives.” -Cherie Faus-Smith

Chapter 15 by Jonamay Lambert

“Choices lead to outcomes, and this choice of ours will result in positive or negative.” -Jonamay Lambert

Chapter 16 by Jeanny Chai

“We all need help. Asking for help doesn’t make you a burden; it makes you human.” -Jeanny Chai

Tracey S. Yang

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