All across the globe today, International Women's Day and a fight against discrimination against women is going on. While it's a far greater issue than anyone day can make it--having a day to hyper-focus on what shouldn't even be a "battle" is certainly important.

"An equal world is an enabled world", reads the top of the website for International Women's Day-- and isn't that the truth. Together as a society, we should be fighting for gender equality on every level. Who runs the world? Girls.

I've been blessed with amazing and strong women in my life. My grandmother is my best friend, biggest fan, and largest role model. She is tough as nails, her love is unconditional, and she pushes me every day to be the best version of myself. She worked harder than anyone I've ever known for her entire life to raise my mom and her three siblings as a single mother and how she did it while working in fields and cleanings houses, I have no idea.  She and my mother who she raised, are constantly my strongest inspirations. Having two hard-working, driven, and strong women like them in my life continually shapes me.

We all know strong women and they make the world go around.

On International Women's Day, I want to share with you one of my favorite short speeches given by Coach K of Duke men's basketball: