You don't have to wait till you're an adult to achieve great things. When she was 14, gymnast Nadia Comaneci became the first woman to achieve a perfect 10 at the Olympics. This occurred at the Montreal Olympics in 1976 (yes, that was a while ago). She achieved three perfect 10 scores and won three gold medals. Her success did not come easy though. Nadia grew up in communist Romania and from the age of six she trained six hours per day.
I just heard about this recently - it makes a lot of sense and can be applied to various areas of your life. You don't have to be a leader to watch this and use it.
Check out this easy to make cut-out t-shirt. Check with Mum before you go cutting up your clothes.
Ally Watson was originally from Scotland but moved to Melbourne several years ago. She worked in the male dominated field of computer science. Ally would often be the only woman at tech events so she organised a female focused event which attracted 100 girls/women and Code Like A Girl was born. They have 12 volunteers who work with them now and are looking at expanding nationally. They also keep their prices down so more girls can attend.
This advertisement about texting and driving is powerful and confronting.