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The career girl... ;-)

If you were to click the picture this is what would appear:

You don't need to be a rocket scientist to hit a home run with the Career Girl. However, it wouldn't hurt to be an EVP, SVP, or CEO of a Fortune 500 consortium. Bottom line: You can achieve synergy with the Career Girl by strategically leveraging your core competencies in order to deliver value-added, win-win solutions. At the end of the day, the Career Girl appreciates a proactive, results-driven approach. What you need, my friend, is an operational game plan.

If the paragraph above leaves you feeling a little out of the loop, here's the English translation: You don't have to be brilliant to deeply impress the Career Girl, but it wouldn't hurt to be a senior executive at a large, successful company. In simple terms, you can build a common bond with the Career Girl by focusing attention on your own basic talents in order to show her how a relationship with you could be a good thing for everybody. Once everything is said and done, the Career Girl is looking for a guy who is upwardly mobile, forward-looking, and, above all, isn't just letting life happen to him. So, you can't just let this date happen to you, either.

She Might Be a Career Girl if:

She drives: a BMW, Acura, or Mercedes.
She can talk for more than ten minutes about: her company's stock valuation.
She begins her sentences with: "My financial advisor (or broker) says..."
She'd never: pass up lunch with the CEO.
She owns any of the following: the latest and fanciest cell phone with a headset, a laptop, a Franklin Covey planner (with the convenient inner pocket for a PDA).

How true...I will be driving one of those sometime in the future ;)


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Oct. 16th, 2004 05:49 pm (UTC)
Instead of: "She begins her sentences with: "My financial adviser (or broker) says..."

I would suggest: "She begins her sentences with: "My friend Alan Greenspan says..."

Methinks you are on your way, babe!
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