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An impressive goal doesn't have to fit the mold of a woman aspiring to work her way to the top of a law firm. As long as women meet these minimal requirements, everything else mainly comes down to attraction.
We won't stay with a woman because she is "so smart and successful." If we aren't attracted to her, this is irrelevant.
These qualities matter to us because we know on a fundamental level that we will connect more with women who are well rounded, have a high intelligence level and independently have goals of their own.
But we don't necessarily care where a woman went to college or what her dreams are as long as they exist.
Oftentimes, I think women lead with their accomplishments, as if their bona fides alone will attract a man, and I don't necessarily think that approach works.
Maybe it works still for a man to lead that way, but not so much for women.
To unpack this issue a bit more, I decided to ask... As you say, women are more successful than ever, receiving higher levels of education, and the disparity between men and women in positions of power shrinks every year.
But are men really intimidated by strong, smart and successful women?
With that said, for the most part, men are not intimated by strong and successful women.