Twos and Threes are both sociable, friendly, and optimistic. Twos, however, are also sensitive and hospitable, motivated by a desire to be loved, while Threes are success-oriented and adaptable, driven by the need for value. Twos should be direct and clear when addressing Threes, while Threes should create casual conversation with Twos.
Twos and Threes should discuss personal issues honestly. Twos should share their own perspective openly, avoiding overly emotional language. Threes should avoid being critical or harsh when offering their own point of view. Twos and Threes should work together to calmly find a compromise that suits both of them.
Twos tend to trust Threes who are considerate and appreciative. Threes should communicate their gratitude frequently with Twos. Threes usually trust Twos who are attentive, confident, and openly communicative. Twos can recognize and affirm Threes’ successes to help Threes feel more comfortable.
Twos are generally thoughtful, people-oriented, and caring, while Threes are resourceful, energetic, and determined. Twos bring a personal connection to a work environment, while Threes offer creative ideas. Twos can help Threes feel safe and supported, while Threes can encourage Twos to set ambitious goals.
Twos tend to prefer stability over new situations, meaning they may not appreciate unexpected change. Threes, however, are generally adaptable and may enjoy the challenge presented by change. Threes can help Twos see the bright side of the situation.
Twos and Threes need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
Twos should avoid overly emotional reactions around Threes, while Threes should avoid being critical of Twos.
Twos and Threes can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
Twos can motivate Threes by encouraging them to consistently set enthusiastic goals.
Threes can inspire Twos by sharing appreciation for their help and support.