We Analyzed Names on Forbes’ New Richest List
Those who believe in the power of names to shape a child’s future may be disappointed in many of the names in this collection. The exceptions tend to be those who made their names — and their millions — in the entertainment industry. Madonna, who ranks Number on this list, has been quoted as saying that having a special name made her feel like she was destined for stardom.
(The three adorable little girls pictured here are the daughters or nieces of two of the women on the list, Kylie Jenner and Kim Kardashian West. They are, left to right, Chicago (daughter of Kim), True (daughter of Khloe), and Stormi (daughter of Kylie).
The larger message: You don’t need to give your daughter an extraordinary name for her to have an extraordinary life.
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on November 20th, 2019 at 10:03 am
You don’t need to give your daughter an extraordinary name for her to have an extraordinary life, that’s true, but this list also makes it clear that you don’t need to “play it safe” in order for your daughter to be taken seriously or succeed: Oprah, Eren, Jayshree, Safra, Kylie, Christel, Kit, Tory, Rihanna, Madonna, Kendra, Adi, Beyonce, Pleasant, Reese… all are names that are miles more interesting (to me) than the Annes, Judys, Lyndas, and Susans on the list.
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