35 Inspirational Lilly Singh Quotes On Success

35 Inspirational Lilly Singh Quotes On Success

Lilly Singh is a Canadian YouTube personality, vlogger, comedian, author, and actress. She is better known by her YouTube username IISuperwomanII. Since beginning her channel in October 2010, her videos have received over 2 billion views, and her channel has accumulated over 12 million subscribers. In 2016, she was ranked 3rd on the Forbes list of the world’s highest-paid YouTube stars (behind Roman Atwood and PewDiePie), earning a reported $7.5 million in 2016. Singh has featured in the annual YouTube Rewind every year since 2014. She ranked 1st on 2017 Forbes Top Influencers List in the entertainment category. May her quotes inspire you to find what you love to do and work hard to make your dreams a reality.

1. “Love who you are, embrace who you are. Love yourself. When you love yourself, people can kind of pick up on that: they can see confidence, they can see self-esteem, and naturally, people gravitate towards you.” Lilly Singh

2. “You need a really solid foundation of friends and family to keep you where you need to be.” Lilly Singh

3. “I think one of the most beautiful things about YouTube is that it makes the world a smaller place. You realize that we’re all different, but we’re all the same. And if you think about it, it’s a beautiful concept.” Lilly Singh

4. “My inspiration comes from my real life experiences.” Lilly Singh

5. “I’m my own boss, my own editor, my own shooter, my own writer, everything. This is all stuff I learned through trial and error, failing at a lot of things has taught me how to succeed at them eventually you roll with the punches.” Lilly Singh

6. “It’s really important to talk to yourself and look at yourself in the mirror and love who you are.” Lilly Singh

7. “‘Unicorn Island’ is the synonym for my happy place. It’s a really beautiful message: that happiness is one of the hardest things you’ll ever fight for, but it’s the only thing worth fighting for.” Lilly Singh

8. “In my life I’ve gone through a lot of really hard times. I went through depression and had so many challenges that I overcame. And I overcame because I just decided to be happy.” Lilly Singh

9. “The best way to describe my work is comedy in a very, very real way. I’m not scared to look silly on camera. I take everyday situations we all go through and put a very real twist on it – things people can relate to.” Lilly Singh

10. “Life is designed to knock you down. It will knock you down time and time again, but it doesn’t matter how many times you fall – it matters how many times you get back up.” Lilly Singh

11. “Everyone’s voice should be heard when it comes to racial barriers.” Lilly Singh

12. “I know one of the reasons I first started making Youtube videos was because no one looks like me.” Lilly Singh

13. “On my Superwoman channel, I am more of a performer, I am aiming to make you guys laugh. With vlogs, it’s just me and my day, boring or fun.” Lilly Singh

14. “I recently caught myself giving a pretty girl the cold shoulder because I felt intimidated. She was so gorgeous, and it made me feel insecure. I wasn’t even aware until someone pointed it out to me. I was so embarrassed! I recognized those thoughts and made a point to be more friendly to her because there was no reason to be cold.” Lilly Singh

15. “I’m the type of person who doesn’t hope, dream or wish for things. I work and work and work.” Lilly Singh

16. “Growing up, I was always creatively inclined, and when YouTube came about, it was like getting the perfect platform to showcase what I wanted. Personally, I was going through a dark phase in my life, and I decided to make videos and basically go by the adage, ‘If you want to cheer up yourself, go cheer up someone else.” Lilly Singh

17. “I’m like, ‘I think I’m just going to wear what makes me happy,’ so I’m just really big on wearing things that reflect my personality, like colorful hats and weird shoes and things that I just think are fun.” Lilly Singh

18. “I was the first South Asian female to do comedy videos on YouTube. But at the same time, all races face their barriers, and I’ve learned through YouTube, if it’s not race, it will be sexism, if it’s not sexism, it will be homophobia. It will always be something, and all voices should be heard.” Lilly Singh

19. “I’ve discovered home is not a place anymore. It’s the people around you.” Lilly Singh

20. “It’s everyone’s responsibility to build up other women rather than tear them down. Be self-aware and proactive. It’s not wrong to have those thoughts, but you can change how you respond to those feelings. Take a mental step back, and think about why you’re feeling that way.” Lilly Singh

21. “I want to do everything I can possibly do to step outside the box.” Lilly Singh

22. “I think what people like about my channel is that I am not perfect. I always point to my pimple, my bad hair day, people relate to that. They are watching somebody who is exactly like them and talking about things that they experience as well.” Lilly Singh

23. “You can do anything you want.” Lilly Singh

24. “The good thing about me is, I only do deals with people that I love to begin with.” Lilly Singh

25. “For anyone aspiring to be anything, I would like them to realize dreams require work. So work big time.” Lilly Singh

26. “Everyone can relate to the story of fighting for happiness.” Lilly Singh

27. “I always say that when I first started, my videos were very veered towards Indian people.” Lilly Singh

28. “I am pretty weird – as weird as in my videos. The only difference is Lilly is not a performer, and Superwoman is. So Superwoman is very fearless. You’ll never see her nervous. You’ll never see her sad. But Lilly is a human. She is the person behind Superwoman, who gets sad and tired sometimes.” Lilly Singh

29. “When I started out the videos, I was dealing with depression, and I wanted to make inspiring videos for others, which would end up inspiring me in turn. I wanted to show the world that it was possible to make a positive switch in life and start over.” Lilly Singh

30. “I am absolutely terrified to move, I truly, truly believe that success lies outside of your comfort zone, and my house has been the greatest comfort zone for me.” Lilly Singh

31. “The sad reality is that girl-on-girl hate is such a big issue in schools, at work, or online, and it never made any sense to me because, as women, we know how awesome other women can be.” Lilly Singh

32. “When I was younger, I had this fairy tale that you can have the eight hours of sleep and be a healthy, balanced person and still achieve your goals. The reality is, that hasn’t always been the case.” Lilly Singh

33. “I’m an extreme workaholic.” Lilly Singh

34. “When I uploaded my very first video, I was just looking for something to make me happy. I was confused about what I was doing in my life and had earned a degree that I didn’t really enjoy. With that video, I was finally doing something I was passionate about. So it was my way of self-medicating.” Lilly Singh

35. “I just love what I do so much.” Lilly Singh

36. “On an average day, I will spend 90 percent of my waking moments working on Superwoman. I’m a huge workaholic. My hobby is Superwoman.” Lilly Singh

37. “You need to know who your ideal viewer is, and mine is a 14-year-old screaming female. And I’m thrilled about that. I am thrilled.” Lilly Singh

38. “If you want to make YouTube your career, you have to accept that it is also a business. I know everyone’s like, ‘It’s my passion, it’s my hobby.’ And that’s fine; I support that. But if you want to make it your career, it does have a business side.” Lilly Singh

39. “The platform got me out of a very dark period of my life, so I love YouTube genuinely.” Lilly Singh

40. “There’s no escalators – there’s only staircases to success. There is no substitute for hard work.” Lilly Singh

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