Unfortunately, relationships can be difficult, and finding the right person can sometimes seem like an impossible dream. But, there is a solution to your love resolutions, especially if you’re single: It’s called the Four Magic Questions.
Over the last 20 years, I’ve perfected a system of love compatibility that can help you find your soul mate in four easy steps. I call it The Four Magic Questions. Based on the theory behind the most popular personality test in the world–The Myers Briggs Type Indicator–The Four Magic Questions approach teaches you how to recognize a potential soul mate by asking four simple compatibility questions.
What do you do for fun in your spare time? INTROVERT OR EXTRAVERT: Introverts like to stay home and do low-key activities like reading, thinking, watching videos, listening to music, and relaxing, while Extraverts like to go out and socialize and talk to a lot of people.
HOT TIP: Research shows that Extravert women have the most problems with Introvert men in the areas of chores, finances, communication, social life, and sex.
What’s your favorite movie and why do you like it? THINKER OR FEELER: Feelers love the way the movie made them feel; Thinkers enjoy the way it made them think. Thinkers and Feelers come from different planets, and have different communication styles. It’s important to speak in your partner’s language. The Feeler says: “Why do you have to be so critical?” The Thinker says: “Why do you have to take everything so personally?”
What would you do with $10 million? IMAGINATIVE OR PRACTICAL: Imaginative people would use the money to innovate, create, or make a difference in the world in a unique way (go to the Himalayas and meditate, write the Great American Novel, invent a nuclear powered space bicycle). Practical people would save, invest, and enjoy the sensory pleasures of life: fine dining, traveling, and exotic adventures. HOT TIP: Research shows that 70% of happily married couples are the same on this dimension (either both Imaginative or both Practical types).
If a friend invited you to Vegas, the next day (a work day) would you go? SPONTANEOUS OR STRUCTURED: The spontaneous person would say “Let’s go,” while the structured person would have to plan it out because of previous commitments. Structured and Spontaneous people can get along, but often have to work out a lot of issues regarding time (structured people are always on time; spontaneous people are often late), schedules, commitment, money, activities, neatness and organization, and so on.
You can have a lot of fun asking the four magic questions and meeting new people.
Who knows? You just may meet the love of your life.
You can find out how to find the love of your life in GuyTypes.