Rise of The Go-Getter Girl!

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Dedication: This story is dedicated to all of the go-getter girls in the world on missions to write some of the greatest stories ever written!

A go-getter girl is on a mission to write one of the greatest stories ever written. She makes life happen for herself, and does not let life happen to her. To be honest with you, I have spent the large majority of my life as a dreamer, but I quickly realized that this style of living was not particularly effective so I made a personal pact with myself that I would change the trajectory by becoming the queen of my own life, and so I did. In 2014, I decided to become a go-getter girl, a girl passionate about achieving her dreams, a girl who respects herself enough to become the heroine of her own life, and ultimately, a girl who makes the first moves to reach her highest potential. I believed in myself, at times when others were not clear about what I yearned to achieve. But, that is who we are as go-getter girls. We believe in our potential so fiercely that we do not seek validation from others. There were two main secrets which have defined my transformation, and I am excited to share them with you.

The first secret of a go-getter girl is that she truly believes she will write one of the greatest stories ever written. Call it confidence, an extraordinarily high sense of self-worth, or an intrinsic belief in herself, she is empowered from within. She does not exclusively depend on others for her own happiness, because she knows that she is responsible for creating her own joy. One of the greatest gifts I have given myself is the gift of self-awareness through spending significant amounts of time alone discovering my passions, inner thoughts, and ultimately, personality traits. Far too many girls today do not recognize the depths of their soul because they have never made a conscious effort to understand themselves. I would highly encourage each of you reading to invest time in yourself because as a go-getter girl, you respect yourself enough to invest in yourself. Focus on your strengths, come to terms with your areas of improvement, and ultimately, fall in love with yourself because you are powerful.

Second, a go-getter girl puts herself first in order to be of service and value to others. I have always been comfortable putting myself first in order to serve others because I strongly believe that I am unable to serve others if I am not in a position to serve them. Without an education, inner empowerment, and blazing confidence, a woman is not in a position to serve the world to the highest of her abilities, and so, she must first invest in herself in order to be a woman of substance who can then turn around and give back to the society around her. This particular point generated a great deal of interest on The Huffington Post from women all over the world who felt comfortable to proclaim their desire to put themselves first, which was supremely fulfilling. So, yes, go-getter girls, please build yourselves up in order to be in positions to give back effectively!

Today, my life looks very different than it did two years ago, because I consciously focused on becoming the queen of my own life. I focused on cherishing my beauty, confidence, high self-worth, and extraordinary abilities. I did not compare myself to others because I respect myself enough to never compare myself to others. I did not lose faith in myself because I have always had immense confidence in my abilities to achieve the greatest. I hope my story can empower you, my go-getter girl, to write one of the greatest stories ever written and rise to achieve your supreme power! You are bold, ambitious, intelligent, beautiful, and empowered!

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Shinjini Das

Shinjini Das, The Go-Getter Girl!, is the Founder and CEO of The Das Media Group, a full-scale digital content creation marketing house, global millennial influencer, strategic trilingual television personality, keynote speaker, impact-driven industrial engineer, and Huffington Post contributor with a global social media following of 100K+ and interviews on ABC, CBS, NBC, C Suite Radio, Sirius XM, Business Insider. She considers it an authentic privilege to impact her global audiences, shared her thoughts on broadening access to global girls' education with INC. Magazine, and was profiled in FORBES Magazine as a 24-year-old American CEO. Shinjini was honored to have been invited to moderate a panel at the 2016 Commission on the Status of Women at the United Nations Headquarters in recognition as a Global Hero for her internationally recognized advocacy work to empower women. Shinjini was invited to co-author an upcoming book and share her entrepreneurship strategies for effective business-building. Follow her globally eclectic journey @SpeakerShinjini and on www.shinjinidas.com.