199: Men and Women at Work
Published June 29, 2015
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    Lori Ann Davis
    Author, Unmasking Secrets to Unstoppable Relationships*

    Dave mentioned the podcast StartUp

    A few general patterns of both men and women:


    More assertive
    Communication is shorter and more direct
    Problem solving main goal
    Goal oriented
    More independent


    More tuned into emotions
    Talk about the problem before acting to fix it
    Need to be heard
    Process oriented, ask more questions
    More collaborative, build relationships

    “We really would like the other person just to be like us.” -Lori Ann Davis

    “We show the other person love in the way we want to be loved and the way we feel loved.” -Lori Ann Davis

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