5 Love Lessons We Can Learn from Beyonce
We can all learn from this “Independent Woman” (see what we did there?).
She was just named GQ’s Sexiest Woman Of The Century, is set to perform at President Obama’s inauguration and the Super Bowl, she has an HBO documentary coming out in a month… it’s no secret that Queen B is on top. And she should be.
There’s a lot to love about Beyoncé, from her grace to her unbeatable dance moves. Let’s count down what the megastar has taught us about love.
1. Keep your relationship private.
One thing, among the many things, that Jodie Foster touched on during her Golden Globes speech was the importance of keeping her love life private. Jay-z and Beyoncé are the ultimate power couple and they’re always in the news. They look happy and in love, and their hand-holding at basketball games and song lyrics prove it, but they know the importance of keeping their relationship details private. They don’t brag about their love or complain about things on Twitter — which seems rare nowadays. There’s less people involved, less speculation and less drama.
2. Be independent.
She’s married to one of the most successful men in the business, but it doesn’t stop her from being as powerful or successful as ever. Beyoncé knows the importance of being a strong woman, with songs like “Independant Woman” and “Run the World (Girls)” to back it up. Even when she split from Destiny’s Child, she remained friends with the other girls and didn’t let the fame go to her head. Recently, the girl group announced a reunion. In July 2011, she told Essence: “We were taught we needed a plan and the discipline to execute that plan to the fullest. I strongly believe if you work hard, whatever you want, it will come to you.”
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