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By Kenyan Bachelor on Chamas, popularised in mids as micro-savings groups, are now believed to be more thanin Kenya with Sh billion in assets, according to Kenya Association of Investment Groups KAIG.
Of the eight women interviewed for this story by The Nairobian, three admitted to have used chama meetings as a ploy to cheat.
Four said they have friends who use chamas as an excuse and one said she has never heard of women using the meetings to cheat on their husbands. Out-of-town meetings Chamas are known for their exclusivity, and are popular with women, especially in Nairobi.
New members undergo extensive interviews and must be introduced by an existing member. One of our sources revealed to us that in their chama, once a new member has been thoroughly vetted, she can join the investment group for their monthly excursions outside the city.
Were also cheating on us She reveals that it was mid that a few group members decided to invite their toy boys along for the out-of-town trips.
Their chama has 11 members. Many of us suspected that our husbands were also cheating on us. Daniel Hamermesh, author of Beauty Pays, is an economist. Collecting data from several countries and cultures, he has found that beauty is absolutely connected with success — well, at least financial success.
Companies that place a premium on hiring very attractive people had on average higher revenues than similar companies which did not. He says the public clearly rewards businesses with the beautiful faces.
In The New York Times interview, Hamermesh found that for beautiful people in general, "Most of us, regardless of our professed attitudes, prefer as customers to buy from better-looking salespeople, as jurors to listen to better-looking attorneys, as voters to be led by better-looking politicians, as students to learn from better-looking professors.
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Try talking an officer out of a ticket, or walking in without a reservation and getting a table at that hot new restaurant or talking that male co-worker into helping you move some furniture. Beauty does make a difference.
Beautiful women get more smiles, more handsome lovers and better treatment, and perhaps they expect it. Sometimes the beautiful woman has a bigger-than-life persona; higher than normal self esteem coupled with the feeling that she is special and deserves the best can become a self fulfilling prophecy.
The cycle is easy to see. The beautiful woman, constantly fawned upon, catered to, approached and presented with numerous options starts to see this as the norm. This sets up a powerful self image and expectations for the best.
She starts expecting others to fawn, and expects things to be handed to her on a silver platter -- a princess syndrome, of sorts. She is the center of attention, and everyone else is of little importance. The power of positive thinking at work.
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Beauty is the bomb and those lucky enough to have it are the equivalent of genetic lottery winners. Nope, all that glitters is not…….
As with most things, there's a downside. Some would even say a dark side to beauty. How some beautiful women view themselves can border on obsessive. They cherish their looks and play them to the hilt, but if they find a blemish, a wrinkle or a flaw, it can throw them into a panic.
It can even have them inquiring around for a good plastic surgeon, new dietician or workout guru.
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Low self esteem is more common in beautiful women than you would expect. Some are dependent on the first impression reaction of others to define who they are, ie someone who has it all because of her beauty. So, she starts to see herself as someone with no talent, no intellect -- no redeeming qualities other than her looks. Then there are the beauties that are truly shy, or to protect themselves from constant harassment, they withdraw. Unfortunately, they can come across as aloof, stuck up, snooty and even arrogant.
If we take the time to get to know her instead of condemn her, we might find out she's really kind, conscientious, caring It's almost as if we're subconsciously -- or for some maybe even consciously -- looking for a reason to treat her as less than a person. If she's beautiful, a new study says, there is often a hidden selfish streak.
She's lucky and she knows it, and she will consciously -- or subconsciously -- use her looks to her advantage any way she can. If a beautiful woman wants to use her beauty to propel herself ahead in the polls, then why not? If she's elected, whose fault is that?