August 16, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to Taglines


New reply from Kahuna

<p>My tagline: </p>
<div class="wps_wp_editor_quote">"Serve those whom you wish to lead"</div>
<p>My preferred leadership style represents a minority view (in this community), and was the subject of a discussion a couple years ago … do not remember the thread.</p>
<p>Admittedly, it does seem paradoxical for a Dominant Man to serve his submissive female. But the idea here is attaining effective leadership, and for me, it fits my personality, values for humanity, personal preferences of style, and the tone for my relationship. It actually is not as paradoxical as it seems on the surface. Of course I expect my girl to serve me and be obedient, and some of the things I ask of her will be outside her comfort zone, and sometimes requires training and new/different mindset, yet she MUST learn learn to do these things. But considering the deeper levels of  service, if I have achieved her absolute trust with regard to my intent, ability, and judgement, her goal, as a submissive girl, will always be to please me. Allowing her to serve and please me, and learning it is safe and rewarding to do things outside of her instinctive boundaries, are keys to her fulfilment as a female, and absolutely serves her. Also, in my relationships I take responsibility for her security, wellbeing, and happiness/contentment. All which serve her. It is a leadership style I developed in corporate life, when I worked as moderately successful sales and marketing manager for huge corporations. Later on, read a lot about that emerging style of, what I considered to be, a more enlightened style corporate leadership. It has served me well in corporate life, as  a businessman, and in my personal relationships.</p>
<p>Fun thread. Looking forward to learning about so many others here.  </p>

https://humbledfemales.net/general-discussion/taglines

Original Post by emergingessence

Taglines

<p>It’s fascinating, the little things that we display to show the world in subtle ways, who we are. <br />Something I’ve always been curious about since being here… the quote or saying or passage you chose as your tagline… if you care to share, why did you choose it? If you’re willing to elaborate further, what does it mean to you? What do you hope it says about you to others?</p>

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