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Inspiration and sensible advice from Amelia Earhart

“Never do things others can do and will do, if there are things others cannot do or will not do”
– Amelia Earhart

One of the most mind triggering quotes I’ve read. This post led me to go onto read about her history and accomplishments and I can tell you- She’s a real inspiration for a lot of people!

She has given so many awesome inspirational quotes as well aside from the ones mentioned here.
Need some dose of inspiration? Google “Amelia Earhart Quotes” and you will know what I mean. Cheers for the awesome post, Kim!

Kim Montero, Life

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Amelia Earhart was raised with an unusual unisex attitude – I mean that her mother didn’t try to pigeon hole her 2 daughters in to being girlie girls. They were allowed to develop their personalities naturally.

Amelia saw an air show and decided that she wanted to do that and so, she did!

She was born in Kansas in 1897 and was officially declared officially dead in 1939, two years after going missing over the Pacific Ocean, whilst trying to fly around the world.

She was the first female aviator to do a solo flight across the Atlantic Ocean and she wrote a book on her experiences.

Here is a great visual about Amelia from #infographicbox.

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Although she didn’t survive to be an old lady, she did live the life she wanted to live and her famous quote “The most effective way to do it is to do it.” is…

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6 thoughts on “Inspiration and sensible advice from Amelia Earhart

  1. Amelia Earhart has always been an inspiration to me. Was she the “best” female pilot of her time? Probably not. But what she accomplished and represented lead to doors being opened for women in fields dominated by men. She was the original inspiration for my name, until my parents changed the spelling. Visited her birthplace museum over 10 years ago, and it was magical.

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    1. Nice story you got there for your name 🙂

      Indeed, she made all these things happened for herself and so many other people throughout history because she dared to dream and strive towards it, just like so many other men did- with the exception that she is a woman who was in a male dominated world at the time and she refused to let the restrains of society hold her down.

      Truly something sensational and inspiring to share. Had to share this when I saw this so really, kudos to Kim for that 🙂

      Your pal,
      Benjamin

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