10 songs to make you feel like a damn boss
Are you looking for a little inspiration to up your confidence? I hear you, #girlboss! That’s why I’ve put together a playlist of the top 10 songs that never fail to make me feel like a boss. Whether you need a kick in the butt to get through the pile of work on your desk, or just a little motivation to spark your creativity on a new project, these songs will carry you through your day.
Lily Allen - Sheezus
Are you rolling with the times, or are the times passing you by? Keep up your game, stay light on your feet, and remember to adapt to life’s changes.
Marina and The Diamonds – Can’t Pin Me Down
What is it about yourself that you are having trouble to define? Spent some time to get mental clarity on your personal definition, BEFORE someone else defines those qualities about you and puts you into a box–you don’t deserve that!
P!nk - Just Like Fire
Kelly Clarkson – Invincible
Kelly Clarkson is back and that makes me happy to no end! Her song “Invincible” will teach you that you can take on more than you thought possible. Take the lessons you learn daily and connect the dots to boost your capacity for growth.
Demi Lovato – Confident
Sing it, Demi! There’s nothing wrong with being confident, so hold your chin up high, ladies!
Fifth Harmony - Work from Home
This one is for all the ladies with partners and friends who are still working the 9 to 5 lifestyle.
Keri Hilson - Pretty Girl Rock
Ladies, YOU are beautiful. Have confidence not only in your appearance, but also in your skills and work too. You’re worth it just as you are now–stay true to your voice.
La Roux – Bulletproof
La Roux’s bold hair and outfits inspire me to go wild and try something new! If there’s someone or something holding you back from freely expressing yourself, turn around and walk away from that negativity ASAP.
Alicia Keys – Superwoman
For the moms out there (and their daughters!) always remember that you’re a strong, capable superwoman who has the strength to overcome any obstacle.
Sia – Chandelier
Sia documents her addiction struggles in this reggae-tinged song that was originally intended for Rihanna. If there’s something holding you back, whether it’s big or small, remember that you can break free from your mental chains.