Hey Fellas…Do You Admire Us? Vicki Irvin

Since operating my web site: I often find myself in debates with men about what I am trying to accomplish. The answer is simple! Throughout my own personal journey to achieve success, I have always documented what stumbling blocks I have encountered and what lessons I have learned through failures or set backs. And there is one thing that seems to stick out. As a woman, I have to no choice but to wear a lot of different hats. I am a wife, a mom, a mentor, a business woman and I could go on and on, but you get the point. And because I have to be so many things to so many different people, I have found myself in a constant stuggle to do it all successfully while maintaining a sense of self.

Because of this constant struggle, I had to work hard at finding the proper balance in my life. And believe me when I say, that took some time. It was then I realized that women all over the world are dealing with the same issues.

What is the point in being successful in business if your family life suffers? What is the point in being successful in business if your health suffers? There is no point! And as a result you will wind up unfulfilled and unhappy. It may work for a minute, but not for the long haul.

So once I figured this out, I found a way to dedicate time to each area of my life that was important. My business, my family, and my overall health and fitness. And once I started dedicating time to each, I became a much better person in all facets of my life.

So to answer your question fellas, is a site dedicated to helping women manage all of these areas so that they can succeed guilt free knowing all other important areas of their life are healthy and thriving.

So my question to you is this guys…Do you admire us women? I sure hope so! After all, I am certain you have some kind of superwoman in your life whether it is your mom, grandmother, wife, or girlfriend. The world cannot survive without us!

If you have a superwoman in your life, direct her to to my site, she will most certainly thank you for it!

Fellas and ladies, I want to know what YOU think! Leave your comments below!

Vicki Irvin
“The Real Estate Investment Queen”

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8 People have left comments

» Kelly Pittman said: { Mar 4, 2009 - 02:03:47 }

I have a high level of respect for women. I don’t think that women get enough credit for all they do. They say that this is a man’s world, but without women, it would not be much.

» Margie Chew said: { Mar 4, 2009 - 02:03:20 }

I learned a long time ago, as much as we may try, we can’t and will not please everybody because not everybody is going to see life through your eyes, but that’s ok. I admonish you to keep doing what you are doing. If you encourage one soul through your website, your work is not in vain.

As far as men are concerned, I personally believe they are the weaker vessel mentally, which is why we are their “help-meet”. The majority of them have a different way to thinking, again, that’s ok as long as they understand that we support and understand them.

We are blessed to be “superwomen”, but we have to learn to exercise our powers within!

» Wanda said: { Mar 4, 2009 - 03:03:10 }

One statement that you made sticks out “you can’t be successful in all if there is no balance”. I have had to learn to say “no”, of course that’s not a popular answer. We have to become purpose driven and evaluate everything we do, if there’s no purpose in doing it… you may have to let it go, let someone else do it!!! Women, we can’t take care of everything no matter how hard we try!!!! Take a respite sometimes get a second wind. Take care of yourself!!! It really is ok!!!

» Anonymous said: { Mar 4, 2009 - 04:03:04 }

Right on! Right on! I too am multi-tasking!

» kizzie said: { Mar 4, 2009 - 05:03:51 }

Congratulations on finding your ‘chi’, or balance in this world. Too often for our black women in particular, life becomes a ‘trade-off’, neglecting portions of their many roles until their effectiveness at any of them becomes greatly diminished. The added role of “female mentor” you have assumed is admirable, informative, insightful and certainly beneficial. I have passed on your site location and blogs to my own better half, much to her gratitude, and she concurs with the pitfalls of the similarity of the predicament you espoused. Thank you, Vicki Irvin, for your inspiration!

» Curt said: { Mar 5, 2009 - 10:03:45 }

You and Kee are great example’s of strong and focused women who work/play&love hard!!! Any man would be out-side his mind not to want such a lady….so from this man, YES I admire…appreciate,respect,love,cherish and on and on..


» Robert Ervin said: { Mar 5, 2009 - 02:03:30 }

Ephesians 5 tells us that the Husbands should love their wives and the wives to be submissive to their husband. Yes, you are doing the right thing by finding some time to spend time with your family. Money can always be made, but the time spent with the family is highly important because you can never turn back the hands of time. It is important we spend as much time with our spouses and children as we can. Quality time together as a family has been done since the beginning of Adam and Eve.

Yes Vicki you do well. Continue to spend as much time with your family as you possibly can. Teach others and encourage others to do this also.

Priority is very important in a relationship.

God of Abraham, Issac, and Jacob comes first, the family comes second, and the job or business comes third.

Remember this in this order and you can build a beautiful relationship with friends, family, and the community.

Shalom and may the Lord of Yeshua continually bless you.

» louis ayers said: { Mar 6, 2009 - 08:03:19 }

ofcourse women are Gods gift and the glory of man