Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. is undoubtedly one of the greatest preachers. Today we celebrate his dream becoming reality. It is not only an inspiration to preachers and activists, but also to anyone with big dreams. Our community is all about dreams—entreprenurial dreams. So, here are a few MLK quotes that every woman entrepreneur can use to for inspiration as they pursue their entrepreneurial dream.

Be Fearless

 “Faith is taking the first step even when you don’t see the whole staircase.”

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I used to hide from mirrors because I hated my reflection. I only saw the flaws and none of the beauty. Those critical voices followed me for years and they kept me from shining and discovering my beauty. I was so sure that I had conquered those voices, but not so. In fact, those voices were still bullying as I tried to build my business in 2016. They caused me to only share content sometimes rather than all the time.

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Launching a business isn’t easy. The late nights, the financial sacrifice and fear are only a few of the things that make the journey difficult. As a solopreneur, it’s even harder. You are tasked with creating the best product or services on your own. It’s an overwhelming process that requires setting goals. 

Think of goal setting as the supervisor that breathes down your neck making sure you’re working. It also helps slays dragons like procrastination and fear of failure.
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Shonda Rhimes’ Scandal rules my Thursday nights. Everyone knows—no calls, no texts, no meetings and no business. I curl up on the couch, phone in hand and my Twitter turns into a consecutive string of posts on #Scandal shocking moments.  

I watched with the same Thursday night intensity as the woman behind Shondaland delivered the 2014 Dartmouth commencement address. Channeling Olivia Pope, she galvanized the Dartmouth graduates with a “no task too hard”
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Women can spend so much time in nurturing mode that we hit pause on our own dreams. We’re running kids to practice, volunteering when no one else will, cooking for the family, supporting friends through breakups. You name it—we’re doing it. All except, building the world we really want for ourselves.

In fact, many of us have entrepreneurial dreams that persistently haunt us. It’s just our schedules that get in the way of pursing them.

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