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When Kids Challenge Women To Pursue Their Dreams

SK-II conducted a global survey and found that half the women in the world have given up on their dreams. Here's what they had to say.

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Most women had big dreams as kids for what they wanted to do when they got older.

But, as they get older, a lot of women find it much harder to define what their dreams are.

The main reasons why women give up on their dreams are lack of financial security, societal pressures, and personal insecurities.

But some simple yet powerful advice from kids – who often dream without limitations – can really shift perspective on what's important.

And can help remind women what it's like to dream.

Because it's all too easy to give up on your goals. In fact, half the women in the world have stopped working towards their dreams.

But, sometimes, even the slightest push is all it takes to get back on track.

It's a simple thing, but getting into the mindset we used to have as kids can completely refresh our perspective on life.

And remind us of the joys in life.

And ultimately show us that, even with all the pressures of being an adult, it's important to do the little things that make us happy.

All images courtesy of SK-II.

Are you still following your dreams? SK-II found that half the women in the world have given up on their dreams.

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“Dream Again” puts a spotlight on the topic and aims to inspire women to go after what they truly want.

To launch the film, SK-ll hosted "Dream Again" events in 10 locations around the world, including on the Great Wall of China, and Madison Square Park in New York.