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Powerful Woman: MILLIOHAIRE MENTOR IT TAKES AN EXTREMELY POWERFUL MAN TO BE WITH A POWERFUL WOMAN. Just the perfect match! 🔥 Would you like to know why men find powerful women totally irresistible? Keep reading 👀 - Gone are the days when men wanted a cute wifey to stay at home, all quiet and mild, raising the children while they went out to make that 💰. Times have changed and we are aware that nowadays men and women can both be powerful. (And yes, we’ve learned to like it. 😉) - So to cut the chase!👇 ✔️Men like women who think for themselves. If a marriage or relationship is supposed to be a partnership, then both parties must be equal. To be equal, both members of a couple must be able to think for themselves, not just submit to what the other wants. That's not to say there's no compromise involved! all relationships involve compromise☝️ but men love women who are independent-minded thinkers. It makes for a much more interesting partnership. ✔️Ambition is a huge turn-on for most men. 🔥 Women who want what they want and don't let anything get in their way turn most men on. Knowing that a woman can be smart, cunning, and relentless makes men weak in the knees. Why? They're not afraid to make difficult choices. ✔️Powerful women don't beat around the bush. They don't let men “guess” as to what they want in life. Powerful women say what they want directly, to the point and without fear of the consequences. And REAL men don't enjoy games, they enjoy knowing upfront what their partner is all about. - Why else do YOU think men like powerful women? Comment below and follow us 😉 @cristi__stone ❤️ @jason__stone - powercouple success empire millionairementor
Powerful Woman: MILLIOHAIRE MENTOR
 IT TAKES AN EXTREMELY
 POWERFUL MAN TO BE WITH
 A POWERFUL WOMAN.
Just the perfect match! 🔥 Would you like to know why men find powerful women totally irresistible? Keep reading 👀 - Gone are the days when men wanted a cute wifey to stay at home, all quiet and mild, raising the children while they went out to make that 💰. Times have changed and we are aware that nowadays men and women can both be powerful. (And yes, we’ve learned to like it. 😉) - So to cut the chase!👇 ✔️Men like women who think for themselves. If a marriage or relationship is supposed to be a partnership, then both parties must be equal. To be equal, both members of a couple must be able to think for themselves, not just submit to what the other wants. That's not to say there's no compromise involved! all relationships involve compromise☝️ but men love women who are independent-minded thinkers. It makes for a much more interesting partnership. ✔️Ambition is a huge turn-on for most men. 🔥 Women who want what they want and don't let anything get in their way turn most men on. Knowing that a woman can be smart, cunning, and relentless makes men weak in the knees. Why? They're not afraid to make difficult choices. ✔️Powerful women don't beat around the bush. They don't let men “guess” as to what they want in life. Powerful women say what they want directly, to the point and without fear of the consequences. And REAL men don't enjoy games, they enjoy knowing upfront what their partner is all about. - Why else do YOU think men like powerful women? Comment below and follow us 😉 @cristi__stone ❤️ @jason__stone - powercouple success empire millionairementor

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Powerful Woman: veronica-delle:-The strongest woman in the world and the most powerful woman in Russia. How do you see them together?-I SEE THEM LIKE THE CUTEST FAMILY 
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Powerful Woman: Did You know the Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street is a Trillion Dollar Black woman? Her name is Suzanne Shank "The usual average employee of WallStreet has a very straightforward look; white, 25-50 year old male in a well-tailored quality expensive black or grey suit, a trophy wife, spoiled kids in the best schools a dog that lives better than most humans and on and on. Suzanne Shank is the exception to that rule. This 52 year old gorgeous black woman is a breath of fresh air among a sea of uniformity. In 2014, she became the first black woman to head a publicly traded financial services institution when she was promoted to CEO of investment bank Siebert Financial Corporation. But wait…there’s more. Suzanne is also the CEO of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., which has specialized in municipal underwriting and financial advisory services to the tune of $12. trillion over the past 19 years. She manages to split her time between running both of these highly successful businesses, all while managing to look FLAWLESS. As can be expected, her resume is nothing but brag worthy, with an MBA in Finance from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (that basically means she can run billion dollar companies AND design highways and bridges). In addition to racking up all these accomplishments and handling what must be the busiest of schedules, Suzanne finds time to give back to the community, mentoring inner city youth across the country on financial literacy and overcoming the obstacles to success that many of them will soon face while on their career paths." SuzanneShank Blackexcellence theblaquelioness
Powerful Woman: Did You know
 the Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street
 is a Trillion Dollar Black woman?
 Her name is Suzanne Shank
"The usual average employee of WallStreet has a very straightforward look; white, 25-50 year old male in a well-tailored quality expensive black or grey suit, a trophy wife, spoiled kids in the best schools a dog that lives better than most humans and on and on. Suzanne Shank is the exception to that rule. This 52 year old gorgeous black woman is a breath of fresh air among a sea of uniformity. In 2014, she became the first black woman to head a publicly traded financial services institution when she was promoted to CEO of investment bank Siebert Financial Corporation. But wait…there’s more. Suzanne is also the CEO of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., which has specialized in municipal underwriting and financial advisory services to the tune of $12. trillion over the past 19 years. She manages to split her time between running both of these highly successful businesses, all while managing to look FLAWLESS. As can be expected, her resume is nothing but brag worthy, with an MBA in Finance from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (that basically means she can run billion dollar companies AND design highways and bridges). In addition to racking up all these accomplishments and handling what must be the busiest of schedules, Suzanne finds time to give back to the community, mentoring inner city youth across the country on financial literacy and overcoming the obstacles to success that many of them will soon face while on their career paths." SuzanneShank Blackexcellence theblaquelioness

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Powerful Woman: jgotjuice27: the-troynicole-experience: thechanelmuse: dynastylnoire: sauvamente: iverbz: juugmayne: suvnny: This is not ok. This is not ok. POC can appropriate culture too. Oh man. 2016 is so poppin. It’s only January…😧 And everyone is going to appropriating like beyonce for spring. Tell your little cousins that want to be like her that this isn’t okay The Idea that appropriation is okay starts with kids emulating or their parents allowing them to dress up as other cultures unchecked Oh no the fuck she didn’t…*massages temples*…No no and no. mood: “HOW DARE YOU ?!! WE WERE ROOTING FOR YOU ! WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU!! ” 2 things. 1. I get that it’s cool to be up on all the social justice lingo. It’s hip to toss around words like appropriation. BUT PLEASE be sure that in the midst of using the term, it’s used properly. There is a difference between appropriation and appreciation. The director Ben Mor ( an INDIAN MAN) discussed that his goal in choosing a direction for the video was to make sure a love and appreciation of Indian culture came through loud and clear. 2. Misdirected anger makes me giggle. People mad at Beyonce as though she designed and directed the video. This is Coldplay’s song and video. They gave the green light in the directors vision… You’ve nothing to say about that. The videos (Indian) director as well as the designers involved created the Vision and concept…. You’ve nothing to say about that…. It’s like some of y'all were just waiting for your chance to tell black people they’re guilty of appropriation too. Its Funny how each time we’re vocal about a social justice cause we constantly get hit with a rebuttal consistently trying to point out a fault of ours, while excusing other parties involved. And if I’m wrong…. Why is the discussion in a song beyonce is only featured on, centered around her versus the director/Coldplay….. I welcome outrage, but misdirected bandwagon outrage is a waste of everyone’s time….. Yeah … I think the cultural appropriation discussion on tumblr is way too simplistic. Many people within certain cultures actually consider it an honor for outsiders to wear their clothes, dance like them, etc. my family in Colombia gave my white friends ponchos and told them to wear it in America “to remember us” yet some white girl was horrified at how appropriative it was … Like what do we do in that situation? My mother almost married an Iranian/Turkish guy and people in his circle gave her traditional clothing and even DVDs on how to belly dance (I wish I were making this up lol). My best friend when I was little was Pakistani and the mom would dress me up in their traditional clothing and I would even eat with my hands with them and my dad and grandmother were given tons of jewelry and traditional clothing and were pushed to wear it lmaoo . I’m not even defending Beyoncé all I’m saying is that the discussion of cultural appropriation is extremely simplistic. In your noble attempts to be anti-imperialist I think some of you lose yourself in your theoretical mental acrobatics , disregarding other points of view that are shared by many people in said groups you’re supposedly defending. It’s called theory induced blindness and all I ask is to simply be slightly more open minded in different perspectives. Once again I’m not even defending Beyoncé , this is more about the discussion of CA in general on this one sided ass website. My only critique of the above statements is that you strip Beyoncé of any agency when you blame Coldplay and the director like she’s worth almost half a billion dollars and if she knew something was wrong she could have said something it’s BS to make her the victim IMO she’s a powerful woman legit one of the most influential and powerful singers in history. BUT the director who is of said culture I think personally has a right to promote his culture even if it’s someone who isn’t of that culture. This notion of you must only adhere strictly and purely to your own culture no exceptions is unrealistic and I think misguided in understanding how cultures work and function historically but Idk maybe it’s Cus I studied culture in a more scientific sense so I struggle to really take this CA talk a la tumblr seriously and I’m sorry if this comes off as problematic but I’m trying my best to be open minded and I’m listening. I just think there needs to be more nuance and allowance of gray area on this website. But I’m always in the minority when it comes to that opinion.
Powerful Woman: jgotjuice27:

the-troynicole-experience:

thechanelmuse:

dynastylnoire:

sauvamente:

iverbz:

juugmayne:

suvnny:

This is not ok.
This is not ok.
POC can appropriate culture too.

Oh man.

2016 is so poppin. 

It’s only January…😧

And everyone is going to appropriating like beyonce for spring. Tell your little cousins that want to be like her that this isn’t okay 
The Idea that appropriation is okay starts with kids emulating or their parents allowing them to dress up as other cultures unchecked

Oh no the fuck she didn’t…*massages temples*…No no and no.

mood:  “HOW DARE YOU ?!! WE WERE ROOTING FOR YOU ! WE WERE ALL ROOTING FOR YOU!! ”


2 things.
1. I get that it’s cool to be up on all the social justice lingo. It’s hip to toss around words like appropriation. BUT PLEASE be sure that in the midst of using the term, it’s used properly. There is a difference between appropriation and appreciation. The director Ben Mor ( an INDIAN MAN) discussed that his goal in choosing a direction for the video was to make sure a love and appreciation of Indian culture came through loud and clear. 
 2. Misdirected anger makes me giggle. People mad at Beyonce as though she designed and directed the video. This is Coldplay’s song and video. They gave the green light in the directors vision… You’ve nothing to say about that. The videos (Indian) director as well as the designers involved created the Vision and concept…. You’ve nothing to say about that…. It’s like some of y'all were just waiting for your chance to tell black people they’re guilty of appropriation too.
Its Funny how each time we’re vocal about a social justice cause we constantly get hit with a rebuttal consistently trying to point out a fault of ours, while excusing other parties involved. And if I’m wrong…. Why is the discussion in a song beyonce is only featured on, centered around her versus the director/Coldplay…..
I welcome outrage, but misdirected bandwagon outrage is a waste of everyone’s time…..

Yeah … I think the cultural appropriation discussion on tumblr is way too simplistic. Many people within certain cultures actually consider it an honor for outsiders to wear their clothes, dance like them, etc. my family in Colombia gave my white friends ponchos and told them to wear it in America  “to remember us” yet some white girl was horrified at how appropriative it was … Like what do we do in that situation? My mother almost married an Iranian/Turkish guy and people in his circle gave her traditional clothing and even DVDs on how to belly dance (I wish I were making this up lol). My best friend when I was little was Pakistani and the mom would dress me up in their traditional clothing and I would even eat with my hands with them  and my dad and grandmother were given tons of jewelry and traditional clothing and were pushed to wear it lmaoo .  I’m not even defending Beyoncé all I’m saying is that the discussion of cultural appropriation is extremely simplistic. In your noble attempts to be anti-imperialist I think some of you lose yourself in your theoretical mental acrobatics , disregarding other points of view that are shared by many people in said groups you’re supposedly defending. It’s called theory induced blindness and all I ask is to simply be slightly more open minded in different perspectives. Once again I’m not even defending Beyoncé , this is more about the discussion of CA in general on this one sided ass website. My only critique of the above statements is that you strip Beyoncé of any agency when you blame Coldplay and the director like she’s worth almost half a billion dollars and if she knew something was wrong she could have said something it’s BS to make her the victim IMO she’s a powerful woman legit one of the most influential and powerful singers in history. BUT the director who is of said culture I think personally has a right to promote his culture even if it’s someone who isn’t of that culture.  This notion of you must only adhere strictly and purely to your own culture no exceptions is unrealistic and I think misguided in understanding how cultures work and function historically but Idk maybe it’s Cus I studied culture in a more scientific sense so I struggle to really take this CA talk a la tumblr seriously and I’m sorry if this comes off as problematic but I’m trying my best to be open minded and I’m listening. I just think there needs to be more nuance and allowance of gray area on this website. But I’m always in the minority when it comes to that opinion.

jgotjuice27: the-troynicole-experience: thechanelmuse: dynastylnoire: sauvamente: iverbz: juugmayne: suvnny: This is not ok. This...