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Dancing, Irish, and Memes: LOUIS TOMLINSON ON ONE DIRECTION'S HIATUS: IT WASN'T NECESSARILY A NICE CONVERSATION' NEWS It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cover story since the 1D hiatus has dropped, and loads of real talk came with it regarding One Direction and how it's affected him as they rose to international superstardom before pressing the pause button in a big way. _ “[Niall Horan]'s the most lovely guy in the world,” he told The Guardian. “Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. And he’s fearless. There are times I’ve thought: ‘I’d have a bit of that.’ Zayn, back in the day. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Liam always had a good stage presence, same as Harry, they’ve both got that ownership. Harry comes across very cool. Liam’s all about getting the crowd going, doing a bit of dancing ... And then there’s me.” _ Tomlinson is modest, as he's clearly got plenty to brag about — he's launched his own label and managed another band in addition to recording his solo stuff — but the One Direction situation is complicated, and he continued to unpack his role in the group and how that's shaped him as an artist. _ “It wasn’t necessarily a nice conversation. I could see where it was going,” he told The Guardian of the decision to go on hiatus. “If you’d asked me a year or 18 months ago, ‘Are you going to do anything as a solo artist?’ I’d have said absolutely not ... You know I didn’t sing a single solo on the X Factor ... A lot of people can take the piss out of that. But when you actually think about how that feels, standing on stage every single week, thinking: ‘What have I really done to contribute here? Sing a lower harmony that you can’t really hear in the mix? The kid wearing espadrilles, stood in’t back.”
Dancing, Irish, and Memes: LOUIS TOMLINSON ON ONE DIRECTION'S HIATUS:
 IT WASN'T NECESSARILY A NICE CONVERSATION'
 NEWS
It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cover story since the 1D hiatus has dropped, and loads of real talk came with it regarding One Direction and how it's affected him as they rose to international superstardom before pressing the pause button in a big way. _ “[Niall Horan]'s the most lovely guy in the world,” he told The Guardian. “Happy-go-lucky Irish, no sense of arrogance. And he’s fearless. There are times I’ve thought: ‘I’d have a bit of that.’ Zayn, back in the day. He could relate to me on a nerves level. In the first year we were both the least confident. But Zayn has a fantastic voice and for him it was always about owning that. Liam always had a good stage presence, same as Harry, they’ve both got that ownership. Harry comes across very cool. Liam’s all about getting the crowd going, doing a bit of dancing ... And then there’s me.” _ Tomlinson is modest, as he's clearly got plenty to brag about — he's launched his own label and managed another band in addition to recording his solo stuff — but the One Direction situation is complicated, and he continued to unpack his role in the group and how that's shaped him as an artist. _ “It wasn’t necessarily a nice conversation. I could see where it was going,” he told The Guardian of the decision to go on hiatus. “If you’d asked me a year or 18 months ago, ‘Are you going to do anything as a solo artist?’ I’d have said absolutely not ... You know I didn’t sing a single solo on the X Factor ... A lot of people can take the piss out of that. But when you actually think about how that feels, standing on stage every single week, thinking: ‘What have I really done to contribute here? Sing a lower harmony that you can’t really hear in the mix? The kid wearing espadrilles, stood in’t back.”

It's been a year of huge, transformative — and at times, exceedingly painful — change for Louis Tomlinson. Now, Tomlinson's first major cove...

Community, Finance, and Fresh: Did You know the Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street is a Trillion Dollar Black woman? Her name is Suzanne Shank "The usual average employee of WallStreet has a very straightforward look; white, 25-50 year old male in a well-tailored quality expensive black or grey suit, a trophy wife, spoiled kids in the best schools a dog that lives better than most humans and on and on. Suzanne Shank is the exception to that rule. This 52 year old gorgeous black woman is a breath of fresh air among a sea of uniformity. In 2014, she became the first black woman to head a publicly traded financial services institution when she was promoted to CEO of investment bank Siebert Financial Corporation. But wait…there’s more. Suzanne is also the CEO of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., which has specialized in municipal underwriting and financial advisory services to the tune of $12. trillion over the past 19 years. She manages to split her time between running both of these highly successful businesses, all while managing to look FLAWLESS. As can be expected, her resume is nothing but brag worthy, with an MBA in Finance from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (that basically means she can run billion dollar companies AND design highways and bridges). In addition to racking up all these accomplishments and handling what must be the busiest of schedules, Suzanne finds time to give back to the community, mentoring inner city youth across the country on financial literacy and overcoming the obstacles to success that many of them will soon face while on their career paths." SuzanneShank Blackexcellence theblaquelioness
Community, Finance, and Fresh: Did You know
 the Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street
 is a Trillion Dollar Black woman?
 Her name is Suzanne Shank
"The usual average employee of WallStreet has a very straightforward look; white, 25-50 year old male in a well-tailored quality expensive black or grey suit, a trophy wife, spoiled kids in the best schools a dog that lives better than most humans and on and on. Suzanne Shank is the exception to that rule. This 52 year old gorgeous black woman is a breath of fresh air among a sea of uniformity. In 2014, she became the first black woman to head a publicly traded financial services institution when she was promoted to CEO of investment bank Siebert Financial Corporation. But wait…there’s more. Suzanne is also the CEO of Siebert Brandford Shank & Co., which has specialized in municipal underwriting and financial advisory services to the tune of $12. trillion over the past 19 years. She manages to split her time between running both of these highly successful businesses, all while managing to look FLAWLESS. As can be expected, her resume is nothing but brag worthy, with an MBA in Finance from the prestigious University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Business and a Bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Georgia Institute of Technology (that basically means she can run billion dollar companies AND design highways and bridges). In addition to racking up all these accomplishments and handling what must be the busiest of schedules, Suzanne finds time to give back to the community, mentoring inner city youth across the country on financial literacy and overcoming the obstacles to success that many of them will soon face while on their career paths." SuzanneShank Blackexcellence theblaquelioness

"The usual average employee of WallStreet has a very straightforward look; white, 25-50 year old male in a well-tailored quality expensive b...