(from a business perspective)
By: Michael Bowers
Disclaimer: Keep in mind while reading this that men and women are in fact equally important.
They complement one another and each genre has its unique strengths and weaknesses.
Men should be the leaders of relationships. Your girl should be your greatest cheerleader. Good
single women are like unemployed executive assistants. They are looking for a successful
company with a vision that moves them and that they can see themselves being a part of. They
prefer good pay, nice benefits, being provided with the necessary office supplies and a
comfortable, pleasing, stylish surrounding. Get them set up with all the tools needed to succeed
and a good woman will get right to work and get the job done! She will help you to build a
A bad woman is like a careless receptionist. Low skill level, lazy, cheating and roaming (riding
the clock), gossiping, lacking knowledge and wisdom, may or may not care about the vision,
might stick around during hard times, or might not. There is something wrong when a woman
doesn’t know or care to know your vision.
Life is so busy! It can be overwhelming to keep up with a business meetings, conference calls,
interviews, budgeting and marketing decisions, etc. You need a woman that is an extension of
you that know you so well, she can not only quote the mission and vision statement verbatim,
but that can make decisions in your place. And not make decisions as in, doing her own thing
but make decisions because she knows you so well, she knows exactly what you would choose.
But to be at that level and have that connection, you have got to have lots of meetings (quality
time). Your woman (exec. assist.) has got to know you like the back of her hand if you ever
intend for your business to truly grow.
Men (your boys) can try to fill the position but GOD created women already fully qualified for the
position. They are great at supporting, multi-tasking, organizing and scheduling, etc. Your
woman will go to war for you in meetings and always defend you when you aren’t around