Threes and Sixes are both hard-working. Threes however, tend to be more idealistic and confident personalities, motivated by a desire for value and acceptance from others. Sixes tend to be loyal and responsible, motivated by the need for security and stability.
Threes should be direct and concise when communicating with Sixes.
Sixes should be clear and logical when addressing Threes.
Threes and Sixes should through problems systematically. Threes should share their perspective openly, while remaining attentive and logical; they should help Sixes feel secure by offering support and encouragement. Sixes should directly address their point of view, while working closely with Threes to help find the best potential solution to the problem.
Threes tend to trust Sixes who show loyalty and compassion to Threes. Sixes should recognize and affirm Threes’ accomplishments, helping them to feel valued and appreciated.
Sixes generally trust Threes who are consistent and reliable. Threes should follow through on plans with Sixes.
Threes are usually driven and charismatic, while Sixes tend to be warm and thoughtful. Threes bring efficiency and creative thinking to a workplace. Sixes offer personal commitment and sensibility. Threes can help Sixes feel more confident in themselves, while Sixes can help Threes make realistic, responsible choices.
Many Threes will adjust well to change, as they tend to be optimistic and adaptable. Sixes, however, thrive in consistency and may be shaken by a new situation. Threes should help Sixes consider and appreciate the benefits of change. Sixes are likely to adjust well after some time.
Threes and Sixes need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
Threes should avoid criticizing Sixes, while Sixes should help Threes feel comfortable enough to stop “entertaining”.
Threes and Sixes can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
Threes can motivate Sixes by spending quality time with them.
Sixes can encourage Threes by sharing appreciation for their contributions.