POWER COUPLES - > POWER COUPLES: OLAYIWOLA AND MOPEOLA FALORE
Power couples might be a catch-phrase, but it is also something that is proving to be true. OLAYIWOLA AND MOPEOLA FALORE FAMILY OF ARIZONA are the couple in focus.

Power couples do things differently, but what makes a power couple? Not everyone is this successful and wealthy, but then being a power couple is not only reserved for the mega wealthy and successful. Just about every crowd features at least one of these couples. They are awesome together and awesome people as individuals too. They support each other completely and don’t depend on anyone for their sense of self-worth. This couple has that something special that people can see immediately, and it lights up the world.

It does not matter their race, they are optimistic and know they have value. Each of them makes up for what the other might lack, and they are key confidantes. They work hard to improve their own individuality as well as a pair. Working constantly and confidently to become better connected. They work harder to deserve one another.

A couple such as this supports each-others pursuits and ambitions completely, and are equal partners. Both of them value equality, and will do their fair share inside the home, as well as outside the home. They support each of the others political ideologies and careers. She supported his aspirations when he was President, and he championed her in 2006, perhaps he will also be back to champion her in 2016 if she runs. There are certainly many of us who would love to see her campaign again.

Power couples make time for themselves, and time to be together. They often exercise together and enjoy the same sort of sporting activities, and can spend time on their own passion projects. When their relationship is no longer working they stick together to work it out, or know when to call it quits, and are private about it. Take Bill and Melinda Gates for example, both became even more famous when they refused to talk to the press about their relationship. This team made it plain to the press that they would not divulge anything about their personal lives with the world at large, and supported each other in this decision. Evolving separate careers as well as a family together is the kind of thing that successful power couples do. They are both already complete when they meet, equal in attitude, style, and often finance and career. They come from every neck of the woods from the trailer park to the highest echelon of super stardom, to overcome the odds together by simply being all that they can both possibly be.

They do not sacrifice career ambitions, they compromise, and don’t need to validate one another as being worthy. These are not glamorous appendages to a successful or powerful spouse, they are equal in everything. Like Will Smith said “If you are absent during my struggle, don’t expect to be present during my success”. This is kind of commitment is for better or for worse

Charles Chukwudi Thomas
Managing Editor
charles@atlantaflawlessmag.com


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Power couples might be a catch-phrase, but it is also something that is proving to be true. OLAYIWOLA AND MOPEOLA FALORE FAMILY OF ARIZONA are the couple in focus.

Power couples do things differently, but what makes a power couple? Not everyone is this successful and wealthy, but then being a power couple is not only reserved for the mega wealthy and successful. Just about every crowd features at least one of these couples. They are awesome together and awesome people as individuals too. They support each other completely and don’t depend on anyone for their sense of self-worth. This couple has that something special that people can see immediately, and it lights up the world.

It does not matter their race, they are optimistic and know they have value. Each of them makes up for what the other might lack, and they are key confidantes. They work hard to improve their own individuality as well as a pair. Working constantly and confidently to become better connected. They work harder to deserve one another.

A couple such as this supports each-others pursuits and ambitions completely, and are equal partners. Both of them value equality, and will do their fair share inside the home, as well as outside the home. They support each of the others political ideologies and careers. She supported his aspirations when he was President, and he championed her in 2006, perhaps he will also be back to champion her in 2016 if she runs. There are certainly many of us who would love to see her campaign again.

Power couples make time for themselves, and time to be together. They often exercise together and enjoy the same sort of sporting activities, and can spend time on their own passion projects. When their relationship is no longer working they stick together to work it out, or know when to call it quits, and are private about it. Take Bill and Melinda Gates for example, both became even more famous when they refused to talk to the press about their relationship. This team made it plain to the press that they would not divulge anything about their personal lives with the world at large, and supported each other in this decision. Evolving separate careers as well as a family together is the kind of thing that successful power couples do. They are both already complete when they meet, equal in attitude, style, and often finance and career. They come from every neck of the woods from the trailer park to the highest echelon of super stardom, to overcome the odds together by simply being all that they can both possibly be.

They do not sacrifice career ambitions, they compromise, and don’t need to validate one another as being worthy. These are not glamorous appendages to a successful or powerful spouse, they are equal in everything. Like Will Smith said “If you are absent during my struggle, don’t expect to be present during my success”. This is kind of commitment is for better or for worse

Charles Chukwudi Thomas
Managing Editor
charles@atlantaflawlessmag.com


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