In his book by this title, Noam Chomsky examined the way that the United States, through its military-first policies, largely sets the terms of maintaining a world-spanning empire.
In her song, “Run the World”, Beyoncé she sends out a warning, “Boy don’t even try to take us”.
She eventually makes the main point that underscores this message, “My persuasion can build a nation, in this our love we can devour. You’ll do anything for me.”
So, in many respects, girls do rule the world. But the truth is that all girls especially young girls, don’ t have the powerful confidence of Beyoncé Knowles. So how can they get this world ruling confidence?
That was not a typo. According to the International Journal of Pediatrics – Volume 2011 (2011), Article ID 630604, they site a clinical study where they analyzed the behavior of young girls. The study showed statistically significant differences between young girls in a martial arts program and those who were not.
In a less formal setting, actual parents of young girls attending programs at PRO Martial Arts saw specific changes in their daughters. This includes Self-Confidence, Staying Calm under pressure, Discipline and Weight Control. Perhaps the best benefit of a PRO Martial Arts program for young girls is self-defense. Having the ability to defend yourself when needed is also a confidence builder for young girls and women.
Martial arts programs allow students public recognition among peers because of the way these programs promote and reward progress. PRO Martial Arts programs help to teach young girls to set goals and achieve them.
So, while the United States may influence world strength, Beyoncé ‘s anthem to girls, through the help ofprograms like the ones at PRO Martial Arts, may really be on to something!