What is a Power Couple?

If you’ve contemplated the melding of two powerful love personalities into one, you may have asked, “What is a power couple?” and could you and your partner ascend into such a powerful love relationship? Discover what does power couple mean and find out if this appeal to you and your partner. If you’re ready to amplify the efficacy of your relationship as the ultimate gift to the community and world at large. Being a power couple is not for everyone, but if you have the desire and ability, the two of you combined can bring so much more together to the world than either of you could independently. Hand in hand you can bless others and make the world a better place.

You’re no slacker in real life and you may be considered an “A” personality, a leader, or a powerful person, and it would be no surprise if you were attracted to another similarly powerful person. While it is more common for opposites to attract, like an A and a B-type personality, when two powerful people get together, the potential of combining these two powerful forces of nature can be exponentially magnificent, or it can become a chaotic nightmare.

What is a Power Couple?

It is two powerful people uniting their gifts and abilities in love for the greater good. And knowing the potential for this becoming a toxic tragedy may give you a real advantage when challenges come to the surface. Know also that you will have to give more attention to nurturing this powerful romance than your peers.

Be forewarned that far more power couples do not make it for the long haul. We all cheer them on for making the decision to go for it, and we are heartbroken on their behalf when it all comes crashing down.

Power coupling can be scary business, but there’s no doubt for the people who have dared to give it a go and focused on deepening their relationship and sacrificing their egos to unite sincerely, they have succeeded amazingly. To spark your imagination, here are 7 power couples that you might use for inspiration, such as:

1, Eleanor and Franklin D. Roosevelt

2, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis and John F. Kennedy

3, Johnny Cash and June Carter

4, Kurt Russell and Goldie Hawn

5, Kevin Bacon and Kyra Sedgwick

6, Jay-Z and Beyoncé

7, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian

Okay, so you’ve set your sights on, or already in a relationship with a co-creative powerful being.

Depending on the demands put on you every day, when you’re out there in the world kicking ass and taking names, you can be under a lot of stress, and you wouldn’t have made it this far if you hadn’t already found ways to deal with the stress and come out on top.

You’re creating, managing, delegating, negotiating, making decisions, and giving orders. Whether you were born with the ability to get things done, or if these were learned skills don’t matter. What does matter is this is who you are in the world. And the world looks at you, and they are impressed.

Truth be told, I see myself bonding with someone who can share my journey which includes travel, sharing, training, and loving to help others achieve their highest and best and make the world better place, not unlike the couples that I look  up to, and some that are my friends, like

Ashton Kutcher and Mila Kunis

Tony and Sage Robbins

Gay and Kathlyn Hendricks

Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt

Glennon Doyle and Abby Wambach

The Freemans

Greg & Julie Gorman

Matthew and Terces Engelhart

Nate and Kaley Klemp

As well as many other couples who inspire me.

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