Threes and Sevens are both confident, extroverted, and idealistic. Threes tend to be more success driven, as they seek value and acceptance from others, while Sevens tend to be spontaneous and lively, motivated by the need for fulfillment or contentment.
Threes should be upbeat and positive when communicating with Sevens.
Sevens should be direct and encouraging when addressing Threes.
Threes and Sevens should through problems step-by-step. Threes should be honest, but gentle with Sevens by addressing their perspective calmly. Sevens should acknowledge negative feelings around Threes, recognizing that even negative opinions should be expressed to help better resolve conflict.
Threes tend to trust Sevens who share their adventures openly. Sevens should invite Threes to join in activities and encourage them to pursue new opportunities.
Sevens generally appreciate Threes who enjoy last-minute social activities. Threes should be encouraging and lively around Sevens.
Threes are usually driven and logical, while Sevens tend to be more relaxed and risk-taking. Threes bring efficiency and practical decision making to a workplace. Sevens offer creative thinking and optimism. Threes can help Sevens commit to longer-term goals, while Sevens can help Threes feel more comfortable trying new things.
Many Threes and Sevens will generally adapt well to a new or unexpected situation. Their ability to process quickly and remain positive helps them adjust easily.
Threes and Sevens need to seek to understand what brings stress to the other type and should try to avoid causing it when possible.
Threes should avoid pushing Sevens to follow an unnecessary routine or schedule.
Sevens should help Threes feel comfortable enough to let their guard down by encouraging and supporting them.
Threes and Sevens can encourage and motivate each other in their personal and professional lives.
Threes can motivate Sevens by giving them the freedom to pursue new opportunities.
Sevens can encourage Threes by recognizing their accomplishments.