Time is money, and money is time. Can you invest too much money into a bad stock? Of course you can, but no one wants to, and no sane person would if they knew the stock was not worth the investment. So, doesn’t it make sense to evaluate a potential partner before you spend your time on them? Knowing when to get into a relationship, and when to get out, is the key to successful relationship investing, otherwise you may end up wasting all your time on a relationship that provides no dividends.
How to Evaluate a Potential Partner
Evaluating a potential partner isn’t that difficult, actually, it can be done in just a few minutes. When engaged in conversations, here is a short list of questions you should ask to your potential partner to evaluate them.
Questions to help you evaluate a potential partner:
- 1) Do you feel this person could be a friend?
- 2) What are their beliefs about relationships?
- 3) What are their priorities regarding money?
- 4) Are they able to compromise on relationship issues?
- 5) What are their views on children and parenting?
- 6) Do they listen to your problems without complaining or judging?
- 7) Are they making efforts to know you intimately?
- 8) Do they apologize when they are wrong or mistaken?
- 9) Do they talk down to you?
- 10) Do you find the person interesting?
Once you’ve gone down the list, and you have the answers to these questions, you will then know if your potential partner is worth investing your time into. The only thing left is love, which may take some time and a whole lot of effort on your part. Unless you can make someone fall in love with you.
Learning how to make someone fall in love with is possible, however, finding a quality person worth investing in is the hard part. The best investors invest both their time and money into particular stocks that they like, and then seek to acquire shares when they become available. “Good things come to those who wait”.
If you are in search of a potential partner, you should invest your time in getting to know people who have character traits and a personality that attracts you. And then make efforts to be their friend. Invite them to dinner, bowling or out to coffee. The truth is that most relationships start from a friendship. Make lots of new friends, invest your time with them and let nature take its course. Once you’ve found a partner worth investing in, then there is no such thing as spending too much in a relationship.
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