I think you should look for a partner who can challenge you intellectually, regardless of a piece of paper from a university.
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Disclose personal information slowly and make sure it’s reciprocal. Conversation should always be balanced and include active listening.
That makes for a good date, even if things don’t work out, at least you didn’t make a fool of yourself and it was a positive experience.
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You probably don't want a guy who is jobless and spending his days watching Netflix, but there are a lot of influential people who bypassed college graduation to have a successful career.
In tech, there's Steve Jobs, Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates.
Sometimes we have a tendency to feel like we have crazy chemistry with someone and they even start oversharing, but I would encourage you to still not overshare even if the person you’re with is oversharing. Instead of putting your best foot forward, when you overshare you’re painting yourself with not so pretty colors.
No one wants to take on a special project with problems, they want someone who is starting with a clean slate. Remember, be hard to forget by leaving something to the imagination.
This effort is known as “self-regulation” and here is how it works: When having a conversation, we can use up a lot of mental energy trying to manage the other person’s impression of us. Essentially, you need to decide if this person you’re speaking with needs to know this information or even if it’s going to benefit your interaction in any way.