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The Secret to Happiness

Introduction to Mastering Dating Skills by Understanding Your Own Personality & Behavioral Style

Different people have different definitions about happiness. In fact, most people feel they are happiest when they contribute to other people’s happiness. And you can double these feeling if you are in pursuit of a Happy Ever After. If you haven’t figured it out by now, the BIG Secret to happiness is OTHER PEOPLE.

And in short, the Secret to OTHER PEOPLE is the ability to communicate. And if you can recognize their Personality and Behavior Style, it can be easier than you imagine considering the fact that OTHER PEOPLE have:

  • Easily predictable behavioral styles
  • Unique personalities unlike anyone else
  • Similar habits more like some people than the others

I know this may sound a bit confusing but it will be less confusing than Men Are Mars & Women Are From Venus. Most self-improvement books and research actually show that men and women typically fall into one of four unique styles. As a matter of fact, those people tend to react in a rather predictable way when faced with circumstances and situations based on their Personality and Behavior Styles.

Each of these styles, which I will cover in the coming days, has its own strengths and weaknesses.  Although it is important to realize that no style is more superior or inferior than the others. It’s just your unique style. And we must take into consideration that 75% of the OTHER PEOPLE we encounter will have their own unique style and react differently from us. 

Therefore, no matter how physically attractive you are to someone, if they demonstrate an opposite communication style from yours, you may find yourself adapting to match him or her if you want to salvage at least a good friend out of the date.

You don’t need to go into a personality overhaul if you do not like something about yourself.  The key point to remember is people who find happiness, are those who are flexible enough to relate to others by modifying their own predominant personality style to meet the needs of OTHER PEOPLE who have a different predominant style.

In other words, it doesn’t have to be “my way or the highway” anymore.

In the next blog, we will take a fun quiz that will measure your love style and a game that will give you an idea of what’s your Personality and Behavior Style. 

In Pursuit of Love & Happiness,