Men Tip #1 – Communicate Better Knowing the Personality
Since joining XL Foundation around 5 or 6 years ago, I’m always very alert to the mannerisms and thought processes of other people.
What I didn’t realise then was understanding people also applied in knowing how to communicate with women better. And you know that includes dating.
XL Foundation has a centre piece based around wealth profiling which is something similar to the Meyers / Briggs personality test, with the added advantage that the Wealth Profile test targets the easiest way to wealth creation.
After my divorce, I unconsciously used profiling in determining my better ‘partner fit’ as far as personality goes.
I did make sure that I wasn’t fixated around profiling, being the one and only factor in dating, and I think that’s really important to keep in mind.
It’s important to understand that the dating cycle isn’t about projecting false impressions but rather being honest. That said, being better equipped in how best to get your thoughts and ideas across to someone else is simply good communication techniques that you can use in all walks of relationships.
What’s In It For You?
While personality plays a part in finding your soulmate, you really do need to make a list of what those other important areas are – and they need to be YOUR important criteria.
Think long and hard and refine your list as you go along.
As an example, I initially had ‘age between 30 – 40’ on my list however I dropped in off mine since, to me, age was eventually irrelevant.
We all need to consider our requirements as a whole.
What is really interesting is how women of different personality types think, behave and chat in a totally different way.
So when men consider it’s impossible to figure out women and how they think, what’s really happening is there’s, in fact, 8 broad groups of communication types within the female psyche.
You might think that’s even more confusing however once you have a handle on what it represents, you’re able to determine the person’s ‘type’ which gives you what I’d call a bit of a roadmap into her thought process, behaviour and reactions.
Now that’s got to really help, wouldn’t you say?
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