Threes and Fives are both logical personalities; however, Threes are motivated by the desire to be valued by others, while Fives are driven by the need to be competent and wise.
Because Fives tend to be more reserved, Threes should be conscious of their personal space, addressing concerns clearly and concisely.
Fives should be direct when communicating with Threes while offering encouragement and support.
Threes and Fives should address issues logically. Threes should be attentive and level-headed, sharing their perspective openly and encouraging Fives to consider both sides of the situation. Fives should be open-minded and sensitive by avoiding harsh phrasing and taking the time to work through the problem effectively.
Threes tend to trust Fives who appreciate Threes’ success and share new, innovative ideas. Fives should help Threes feel supported by recognizing their accomplishments.
Fives generally trust Threes who allow them space to be alone. Threes should attentively listen when Fives excitedly share about a topic, while sharing appreciation for their breadth of knowledge.
Threes are usually outgoing and success-driven, while Fives tend to be more reserved and focused on obtaining knowledge. Threes bring efficient, practical thinking to a workplace. Fives offer insightful, strategic solutions. Threes can help Fives communicate more effectively with others, while Fives can potentially help Threes recover from failure by offering sound advice and encouraging them to set new goals.
Many Threes will adjust well to change, as they tend to be optimistic and adaptable. Fives may be disrupted by change if it interrupts their personal time, but are likely to adjust to new situations quickly.
Threes and Fives need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
Threes should allow Fives to spend plenty of time alone, while Fives should avoid being overly critical of Threes.
Threes and Fives can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
Threes can motivate Fives by sharing appreciation for their learned skills and abilities.
Fives can encourage Threes by recognizing their personal accomplishments and successes.