27 Mar The Science Of Finding The Perfect Partner (3 Things We Love This Week)
Here are three things we love this week.
1. TED Talk: The Mathematics of Love
What It Is: Hannah Fry has a Ph.D. in fluid dynamics. She has worked in the field as an aerodynamicist and in the motorsport industry. She applies her scientific knowledge of data to the complex field of relationships.
Why We Love It: Your romantic partner is the most influential career an life decision you’ll ever make, yet this article finds that people often choose partners based on convenience, versus intention. Studies in the article also highlight how people state what they want, but when studied, happen to choose partners that do not align with what they say they want. What does this all mean? Perhaps online dating is IDEAL for those who take this decision more seriously… After all, choosing a life partner should be a decision of intention, versus convenience… Right?
Where To Find It: https://www.ted.com/talks/
2. Online Article: The Biggest Mistakes People Make When Choosing A Life Partner
What It Is: An article written by Tim Burton for the very inspiring website waitbutwhy.com. Burton is known for his stick figure drawings of himself and writing about life experiences that are true to his heart.
Why We Love It: We all fall into different personality types. These personality types play a big role in how we choose the person we want to spend the rest of our life with. We love this article because it breaks down the different personality types we use to choose the most important relationship in our life.
3. Quote: “Love is not something you go out and look for. Love finds you, and when it does, ready or not, it will be the best thing that ever happened to you.” Anonymous
Why We Love It: When we are on the journey to find that perfect space in our lives we forget that there is no roadmap or compass that can deliver this space to us in a beautiful package, tied up with a bow. It will find us!
We hope your week is as shiny as you are!
“I’m sure you receive a ton of mail, so I’ll try to keep this simple. My name is Sam and I’m a 28-year-old professional working for a tech company in NYC. I’ve been with my Toronto-based company for almost 4 years, and although I’ve personally and professionally grown, I find myself unsatisfied, unhappy and no longer confident in my career.
When I logged into LinkedIn this evening to peruse job postings yet again, a link to your article, “3 Ways You’re Sabotaging Your Job Hunt”, appeared at the top of my newsfeed. Upon reading it, I thought I was Shanelle! It feels as though this was written for me, so I had to reach out and say thank you for this. It’s comforting to know that I’m not the only person who goes through these negative, self-sabotaging feelings, and that if I change my thoughts and attitude, I can get back on track and feel like the confidence-self I once was.”
– Samantha G.