#CelebrateWomenTogether: Be empowered like Anne Curtis and Angel Locsin!




“An empowered woman lives in the ‘now’ and in the ‘future’. She does not lose hope because she knows where she’s headed. Women can make anything happen.”


Woman can really make anything happen just like two of the most empowered and admired women in the biz; Angel Locsin and Anne Curtis.


Angel and Anne both championed challenges in their career and rise above it all. They made everything happen; from inspiring other people with their advocacies, living their dream, and influencing other women to be empowered.




When talking about woman empowerment, the first people that will come to mind is Angel Locsin. Her wisdom and thoughts about things are very empowering that though she’s speaking about personal experience, you’ll be able to learn a thing or two.


Looking back to her interview in Magandang Buhay way back 2016, Angel Locsin talked about being excited to the future with positive outlook even after a failed relationship “I guess lahat naman tayo makakaintindi na hindi matatapos ang buhay mo kapag may chapter ng buhay mo na nagsarado. Ibig sabihin meron kang future na mas ilu-look forward.”


Anne Curtis who is also a woman to look up to has nothing but inspiring words for everyone “Never lose hope even when you feel like it’s not going anywhere or you feel that you can’t do it or it’s never gonna happen. Don’t think that way.”




An empowered woman just doesn’t give up. They make things happen, they find a way to make the impossible, possible!

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