I know International Women’s Day encourages all of us to support and hold on to other women, but now that March 8 has passed and is passing, can we agree to leave the ‘boss’? in the past?
you know her. She’s the CEO of several famous companies targeting Gen Z, looks perfect on Instagram, shares videos of her gym workouts but also eats pizza for her very easy to eat, guys. Most importantly, she gets this life by pulling herself up with the loot and putting in the hard puzzle; nothing was given to her. Only 99pc for that time, right?
This week, billionaire Kim Kardashian gave a jewel of wisdom to women in the business world: “Get started and work. It seems like no one wants to work these days.”
Oh my God. As you can imagine, this quote from an interview with Diversity was received less than positively, and, even as a die-hard Kardashian fan, I’m still rolling my eyes at her heavily.
I have no doubt that Kim worked incredibly hard to become the billionaire he is today. She’s transformed herself from a social networking site that organizes Paris Hilton’s wardrobe into a business woman, creating multi-million dollar businesses out of contoured and defined outfits. and became one of the most famous women in the world in a decade.
She’s incredibly knowledgeable and ahead of the curve – qualities you need in business, I’ve surmised from Ted Talks and Forbes. But let’s face it, even if Kim wasn’t brainy or street smart, she would still be pretty rich and successful.
Kim and her family grew up in Beverly Hills, the daughter of attorney Robert Kardashian, who is best known for representing OJ Simpson among others. Her stepfather is Olympian Caitlyn Jenner. Her best friend is Paris Hilton. While her father made her work in retail as a teenager after her car broke down, she wore designer clothes and returned home from work to a mansion in Calabasas.
That’s right, Kim – and her ‘mother’ Kris – got caught up in a sex tape scandal and turned it into an empire that left her entire family career behind. But Kim’s business would never have been possible without the money, status and notoriety she was born with.
Advise all women need to do is work hard to lead a life like she is extremely romantic. Most women are not born for the love of money, and don’t have a multi-million dollar amount handy to make their dreams come true.
Many come from disadvantaged areas, growing up in homes that struggle to have food on the table or oil in a barrel.
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Many people have taken jobs that they could hardly consider a dream career to pay the rent. Even those who have passed can be shuffling a family, and without the luxury of a nanny or flexible working hours.
Love Island star Molly-Mae Hague ran into a similar problem this year when she suggested everyone “have the same 24 hours,” so why can’t we all be creative directors of PrettyLittleThing? It’s truly impressive how Molly-Mae has gone from a bedroom vlogger to reality TV star to a rumored £400,000-a-month earner… whatever a creative director does.
But she casually revealed that she has the same 24 hours as garment manufacturers, who are said to be paid as little as £3.50 an hour in 12-hour shifts to make clothes for her. BooHoo, the company that owns PrettyLittleThing.
Sure, ladies, we can all work hard to cross the finish line, but some of us have a track record of excelling. The sooner we all admit it and leave inspirational quotes at home, the more we can truly work towards becoming “bosses”. First thing, let’s find a new name for it.
https://www.independent.ie/style/women-like-kim-kardashian-and-molly-mae-dont-get-it-now-can-we-all-agree-to-leave-the-term-girl-boss-in-the-past-41433759.html Women like Kim Kardashian and Molly-Mae don’t get it, can we now agree to drop the term ‘boss’ from the past