Super Heroine with lightning bolt

You are a Super Influencer

a/k/a Executive, CEO, Director, Networker, Deal-Maker

You exude power and authority and command center stage.  You are committed to expanding your sphere of influence by forging alliances and deal-making.  You use your authority to protect those under your control and feel responsible for the well-being of others.  You are a strategist who sees leadership as a game of chess.

Common Careers/Professions

CEO in virtually any industry, political leader, motivational speaker, trainer

Your Super Powers

Shooting Star of Visibility

Shooting starYou are a master of strategic planning, forging alliances, and public speaking. You use your visibility to empower others to pool their talents and deliver extraordinary products and services. Your sphere of influence can have massive impact on your field. You add spark to any event where you command center stage.

Your Kryptonite

kryptoniteGrandstanding Showboat Syndrome

Your need to take center stage makes it difficult for you to share power with others. Taken to its extreme, this may lead you to sacrifice your values to make sure you stay on top. Others may see you as self-absorbed and narcissistic.

Other Super Influencers

Angela Merkel

Angela Merkel

Chancellor of Germany

The woman some people now call the leader of the Western World.  German pundits called her Merkelvellian when she outsmarted, isolated or just outlasted anyone who might mount a challenge to her.

Tony Robbins

Tony Robbins

Motivational Speaker

#1 Life and Business Strategist, #1 New York Times Bestselling Author, Entrepreneur, and Philanthropist. His client list includes world leaders, business leaders, sports stars, and average Joes.

Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey

Talk Show Host & Media Maven

She surrounded herself with the best and brightest business and spiritual leaders of our times. Her brilliant interviews earned her star status and her own magazine and television network.

Sheryl Sandberg

Sheryl Sandberg

COO of Facebook

One of the few top female executives in the US, Sandberg made Forbes’ Power Women list in 2016 and America’s Self-Made Women List in 2017. She used her influence to found Lean In, a nonprofit named after her bestselling book, to support women’s empowerment.