This CEO Defines Female Power & Authority As She Sees It

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  • Published on Mar 23, 2019
  • To support my efforts to create more clips please donate to me at www.patreon.com/allinaday. She is a successful CEO and the head of a philanthropic foundation. I had a business several years ago that trained local videographers around the USA to do my kind of interviewing. We offered the service to family members interested in having one of my videographer interviewers conduct a one hour interview with a family member as a legacy video. This woman was one of the videos we made. Unfortunately, the business didn't succeed and there were several reasons why. This was recorded in 2008. #presidentalcandidate #womanpresident
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Comments • 86

  • KTWEBS
    KTWEBS 4 months ago +1

    I find it hilarious that this whole comment section is shitting on this woman but she's said many balanced things that are actually insightful and can be beneficial to personal growth. She isn't even spouting 'muh gurl power' talking points or current 3rd wave feminist talking points that are currently all over the media today. It's actually super refreshing to watch this and I respect her a lot. Great video

  • Mackenzie C
    Mackenzie C 6 months ago

    Future Me

  • Wellstone
    Wellstone 7 months ago +1

    Elegance arouses me!🔥🔥

  • leo alex
    leo alex 7 months ago

    Is it some sort of hat?

    • VzVegeta
      VzVegeta 7 months ago

      Not sure if trolling ... that's the lid on the piano

  • QualeQualeson
    QualeQualeson 7 months ago

    Defined in that way, she could be anyone, in any situation and presentation. Her situation/presentation is very symbolic and specific. So, possessing those qualities could actually be how she got there in the first place, or she is deflecting the question. Maybe a bit of both. I guess power also includes the ability to dictate the definition.

  • RAW REMEDY PODCAST
    RAW REMEDY PODCAST 7 months ago +15

    Can’t get enough of her she’s gorgeous inside & out.

  • Nastasya Sokolova
    Nastasya Sokolova 7 months ago +3

    Thought the video was interesting (don’t necessarily agree with what she said) so liked it. Always curious to me is the comments section, watching the culture war never ceases to entertain 😏

  • J N
    J N 7 months ago

    He's a good looking woman but is perhaps an ineffective CEO.

  • MrJonnyGskills
    MrJonnyGskills 7 months ago

    the 12 year old computer genius is marc tasman


    That was 3-4 years ago that you released the video though :/

    • Diego Gomez
      Diego Gomez 7 months ago

      @Baron Magic Thanks!

    • Baron Magic
      Baron Magic 7 months ago +1

      @Diego Gomez Jay Ehrlich. Something that is not programming and creating new apple

    • Diego Gomez
      Diego Gomez 7 months ago

      @Baron Magic So what's his name? What does he do?

    • Baron Magic
      Baron Magic 7 months ago

      I think its not. Someone commented the real name couple weeks/months ago, and even David himself confirmed it. A guy found him through his dad, who is the head of some gun club or something.

  • Sustainable Beauties
    Sustainable Beauties 7 months ago +1

    😲

  • Diane Geary
    Diane Geary 7 months ago +4

    What a beautiful woman

  • Dan Ravouna
    Dan Ravouna 7 months ago +8

    I think this person has a very interesting point of view and it was very interesting to listen to her talking, thank you!

  • Anastasia Bananastasia
    Anastasia Bananastasia 7 months ago +4

    I like how u added that the business failed as if it was only her fault. Nice Touch. Bravo.

  • Eyez Wideopen
    Eyez Wideopen 7 months ago +3

    There is no feminine side of a man or a masculine side of a woman. There are only men and women. Period.

    • Mike LaBo Music
      Mike LaBo Music 7 months ago

      That is observably and patently false statement.

    • Vincent Tavani
      Vincent Tavani 7 months ago +1

      @Eyez Wideopen Yeah, I hear you. It's good to know that underlying structure, and what we might have to become/return to to survive a wilderness. I guess a more interesting question for me is how should we handle that difference in a society that no longer relies on those distinct qualities in order to perpetuate. The thing many forget is that it's not arbitrary, and has consequences. I'm willing to risk a little bit of biological chaos in order to figure out how to cultivate an empathic society where we live with equal ... dignity? Citizenship? Not sameness, but mutually acknowledging another human as valid. That seemed to me what she was saying with the whole letting men be feminine, and her vision as a leader.

    • Eyez Wideopen
      Eyez Wideopen 7 months ago +1

      @Vincent Tavani
      Do you Vincent. We live in a society where we can play house all we want. Underneath everything is biology. In raw nature where men and women arent protected by 3rd partys and government unmasculine men would get smashed to pieces and never reproduce with females so their genes would be eliminated quickly. Im not saying its right (not at all), but if the lights ever go out alot of our real biology and nature will come out again. For now boys can pretend their girls and girls can pretend their boys. Its your world in this small blip of time on this tiny blue dot. Its probably temporary. Sometimes reality doesnt feel good or is even right but it is what it is.

    • Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez
      Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez 7 months ago

      ​@Eyez Wideopen so androgynous.
      Because that is the definition I'm using; "Neither specifically feminine nor masculine ."

    • Vincent Tavani
      Vincent Tavani 7 months ago

      Yikes that was a lot. Sorry to make you wade through a gorram treatise.

  • yesucansell2
    yesucansell2 7 months ago

    She needs great hair and yours is fabulous.

  • ArchEnema 67
    ArchEnema 67 7 months ago +3

    So the "enlightened" manager has "compassion for their ignorance" when an employee behaves badly. Funny how people always seem to use "enlightened" as a synonym for "agrees with me" or "acts like me", and "ignorance" as a synonym for "disagrees with me" or "acts in a way I don't like". This is why we have employee handbooks: if you break the rules you are disciplined or you are gone. Adding these judgmental moral overtones to the situation is elitist and unhelpful. Not at all surprising from someone who admits to living by mantras and with a constantly self-referential focus on her own power dynamic. She wouldn't last 10 minutes if her work involved actually doing real things and making real things with real people who know what they're doing.

    • ArchEnema 67
      ArchEnema 67 7 months ago

      @Hattori6486 I see from your homepage that you think public shaming is cool. You've barked up the wrong tree this time, and the bear's coming down. You obviously think classiness is related to expensive clothing and baubles. Every word she speaks in this and previous videos just drips with condescension and haughtiness. Her "compassion" is guided by an unshakable confidence that her beliefs are morally superior to those of everyone around her. She's nothing more than a rich cocktail party girl who, guided by this sense of moral superiority, convinces other rich people at those parties to give her money so she can dribble it out to those whom she sees as "deserving". Keeping a nice cut for herself, of course. That's how the big charity game works, and it's obvious that she plays it for all it's worth.

    • Hattori6486
      Hattori6486 7 months ago

      Jeremiah Demiurgos You come across as a tweaker or something. Let's see YOU upload a video answering these questions Mr Muppet picture lmao. I sincerely doubt you'd have as much elegance or class. You are the ignorance that she was referring to when she spoke about having compassion for people.

    • Jeremiah Demiurgos
      Jeremiah Demiurgos 7 months ago +1

      ArchEnema 67 Well I didn’t see it that way. Her mantra “I am above no one and beneath no one” seems to just be her way to remind herself that everyone is equal and because of that everyone deserves to be treated with respect. I think it’s something she needs to always remind herself because as a CEO it’s probably very easy to let that power go to her head so that mantra is probably her way to practice humility. I don’t like mantras but for some people it works, and it seems to be working well for her
      I can see why you think that when someone says someone else’s behavior comes from ignorance, that they’re labeling them as morally inferior. But I think all that means is that it’s better to assume that the other person may not know that they’re being rude because rude behavior is relative. I know I’ve insulted many people on accident and I felt very stupid afterward so I understand where’s she’s coming from when she said that.
      That’s just my opinion though. She may be a self entitled jerk in private but what she said in this video seemed reasonable to me.

    • ArchEnema 67
      ArchEnema 67 7 months ago

      @Jeremiah Demiurgos I'm fully aware of what she intends the meaning of her words to be. I was referring to her obvious arrogance and elitism. The mantra she constantly has to remind herself, "I am above no one, I am beneath no one", is very revealing. Why would she have to remind herself of this so often if her social and/or power status, relative to those around her, wasn't something that was constantly on her mind? Who thinks that way, anyway? By judging that the intention behind the other person's behavior comes from an ignorance of what is presumably the "right" way to behave, she has already introduced the sort of moral elitism that her mantra is supposed to remind her to avoid. As such, it's not compassion that she's showing, but pity and condescension.

    • Jeremiah Demiurgos
      Jeremiah Demiurgos 7 months ago +2

      ArchEnema 67 I think that by “compassion for their ignorance” she meant that we should try to deal with rude behavior with as much patience as possible because it’s a lot better to communicate with someone when there’s no animosity.

  • Nicole Davisson
    Nicole Davisson 7 months ago +6

    Thanks for posting! I love hearing her speak of being confident and financially independent 😁

  • Kenneth Lucas
    Kenneth Lucas 7 months ago +15

    I've had black female supervisors, white female supervisors, and latina female supervisors. The one common denominator they all had we're...... Subjective reasoning.
    They made policy and enforced policy based on emotion rather than using critical thinking skills. I've seen them run good people off the job because they were "weird"..."funky hairstyle"...."drove a beater" etc. Men don't do this.

    • ArchEnema 67
      ArchEnema 67 7 months ago +2

      @BvousBrainSystems He was making a judgement based on the data set of observable behaviors available to him. That is the only basis from which we can make judgments. Of course we all have biases, and we refer what we see back to the paradigm of our "Das Mann". When we are open-minded and honest, new contradictory data can change that paradigm, when we are closed-mined it cannot. Apparently, your understanding of brain systems has taken no account of the fact that the entire construct of modern western thought and science has at its core the many answers to the Cartesian skepticism regarding how we can understand the world. THAT is the collective bias we all share, and having it is unavoidable if you grew up in any western society.

    • BvousBrainSystems
      BvousBrainSystems 7 months ago +2

      Right there, you're making a judgement about females based on sentiment rather than fact. Specifically: confirmation bias and anecdotal fallacy.
      Happens to the best of us.

    • ryanaashton
      ryanaashton 7 months ago

      Kenneth Lucas Oh okay. I understand now. I reread the comment again. I agree.

    • Kenneth Lucas
      Kenneth Lucas 7 months ago +3

      @ryanaashton I didn't forget a damned thing. Leadership decisions should not be based on issues of style, or non-disruptive quirks. ANY so-called leader who makes personnel decisions based on these is not fit to be a leader. Point Blank.

    • ryanaashton
      ryanaashton 7 months ago +1

      You make the beginning of your comment sound good. But then completely forget the point you were trying to make as soon as you said the example that they run people off from working due to their “funky hairstyle”... etc.. That doesn’t sound like a good quality, it sounds like a very judgmental quality.

  • Nate Marx
    Nate Marx 7 months ago +24

    I want my future wife to be as elegant as her.

    • dachicagoan
      dachicagoan 7 months ago

      @Caesar I want want

    • Caesar
      Caesar 7 months ago +19

      i want a future

    • slapnuts
      slapnuts 7 months ago +4

      i want a future wife

  • Eileen D
    Eileen D 7 months ago +20

    If she has to remind herself she's "above no one and below no one" she's struggling with that which she asserts. I wholeheartedly disagree with her watering down the natural roles of men and women. Why are we pushed to treat masculinity as something to be tamed? Such a mistake. I cannot imagine hipsters in Brooklyn and Silicon Valley going to fight WWII in the trenches. I also cannot imagine these same beta males being strong family and community leaders. TOTALLY disagree with this lady.

    • Nicole Davisson
      Nicole Davisson 7 months ago

      @jaklumen that is absolutely not what toxic masculinity even means

    • jaklumen
      jaklumen 7 months ago

      @Nicole Davisson Tell us how we should trust The New York Times, which, much like the Washington Post, is enthralled to the Marxist Luciferians, through its arms of radical feminism, the shell game that was swapping Communism as postmodernism, and general panderings to far Leftism.

    • jaklumen
      jaklumen 7 months ago +1

      @Nicole Davisson Much of "ending toxic masculinity" is enslaving and castrating masculinity. It is an old tactic of the Luciferian playbook: divide men and women by forcing them to act diametrically opposite to their nature. They are obsessed with opposites, yet often strive to blur distinctions, as a means of manipulation and control.

    • Pocari Suit
      Pocari Suit 7 months ago

      You mfs are projecting so hard you’re so threatened lmao

    • ArchEnema 67
      ArchEnema 67 7 months ago

      @Nicole Davisson The same NYT which had to print retractions and now faces lawsuits because it labelled as "toxic masculinity" and "racist" the act of standing still and smiling when an angry mob descends on you and gets up in your face because of your choice of headgear. What a joke!

  • ˇjuan burciagaˇ
    ˇjuan burciagaˇ 7 months ago +22

    The fall of western civilization

  • Matt Syverson the Paperback Rocker

    A powerful women tries to talk in a deep voice and imitate Steve Jobs.

    • Wellstone
      Wellstone 7 months ago

      @81097548214683265497 She is gorgeous...and Elizabeth Holmes is the oppossite of her. Search for Gayle Roses and you will know her.

    • ArchEnema 67
      ArchEnema 67 7 months ago +1

      @81097548214683265497 Exactly what I was thinking; I wondered if Elizabeth Holmes took this woman as her role model.

    • Eileen D
      Eileen D 7 months ago

      @81097548214683265497 LMAO 😂😂 People actually like her voice. It creeped me out. Still don't know if it's for real. We know SHE def wasn't for real lol