Guys, I'm not going to lie to you: I personally feel that, given the right opportunities, anyone on this earth has the potential to live their absolute best, happiest life.\nREAD ALSO: Canadians Absolutely Lost Their Minds Over Sophie Trudeau's "Women's Day" Post (25 Tweets)\nFor some people, that means chilling on a couch all day and watching reruns of The Simpsons. For others, it means being powerful AF.\nAnd if you know a Canadian woman who has proven herself to be an outstanding, accomplished leader, then have I got some news for you.\nvia @twowildtides\nThe Women's Executive Network (WXN) has just opened up nominations for their Canada's Most Powerful Women: Top 100 Awards.\nAccording to the WXN, "The Awards serve to identify leaders and inspire the current and next generations of women and men to push the boundaries and to continue to help break the glass ceiling."\nvia @onwardstobeingme\nFor about two decades, the WXN has been serving to empower women. These awards don't just come with some super awesome recognition, for example; they also come with $100,000 worth of scholarships.\nvia @tovalisha\nIf you know someone who's proven herself to be amazing AF in the private, public, and nonprofit sectors, you can nominate them right here, until May 19.\nFormer winners include awesome women like Margaret Atwood, Arlene Dickinson, and Michaëlle Jean.\nvia @x.mama.mia.xo\nSounds like something you're down to be a part of? Then check out the WXN's website for more information.