Compare financial personalities and discover ways you can improve your relationships with your friends, family and significant other.

People spend lifetimes trying to better understand themselves.

But even if you had infinite lifetimes, other people would still be a mystery. Although, that won’t stop us from trying to understand them.

We don’t all live in worlds of our own, as much as we try to sometimes. You interact with people daily. Most of those people are strangers, acquaintances, coworkers, etc. But sometimes they become more than strangers. They become friends, or even maybe, they become more than friends.

So we designed The Financial Personality Comparison Guide.

And we’re sorry, this guide’s not going to tell you how or where to find love. It’s not a compatibility guide. An Architect with an Architect may have the same financial personality, but they aren’t the same people. Plus, as Jerry Seinfeld found out, dating yourself isn’t always that great.

But then why is knowing your significant other’s financial personality important? Because knowing your financial personality is helpful, but knowing someone else’s and how you’ll clash or gel can change lives for the better by increasing your mutual understanding of each other. So select your financial personality below and see how you compare to your significant other plus every other financial personality.


Choose Your Financial Personality

The Adventurer — The Guardian — The Architect — The Free Spirit — The Storyteller — The Oasis — The Ambassador — The Contrarian — The Spark — The Rock


FPC Adventurer

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The Adventurer & The Architect

While both love to learn and explore, Adventurers’ impulsive nature is counter to Architects’ meticulous plans. But those differences mean that together with Adventurers’ creativity and Architects’ precision, they create a dynamite partnership.

The Adventurer & The Guardian

Adventurers seek out the new and different in life and finance while Guardians value the consistent and reliable. But, while vastly different, with balance, they can make a great pair — both pushing each other out of their comfort zones.

The Adventurer & The Adventurer

When 2 Adventurers get together, they seek to learn and create while exploring the unknown. But they can get bored once something becomes repetitive. So routines like budgeting don’t agree with either of them, but they also don’t need money to be happy — just each other and an adventure.

The Adventurer & The Storyteller

There’s not a better traveling team — Adventurers love to explore new places and Storytellers love meeting new people — but it comes at a cost. That cost is money, and neither loves to worry about budgeting. But by taking the time to plan, they can be an unstoppable duo of fun.

The Adventurer & The Free Spirit

Adventurers and Free Spirits are enthusiastic explorers of the world, who tend to not worry about the costs of exploration. If they can work together when managing their money, they can avoid the financial and mental stress of living the life of explorers.

The Adventurer & The Oasis

Adventurers seek to explore the world while Oases much prefer exploring their own minds, but there’s hardly a pair who thinks deeper or solves problems as well as they do together. While finance doesn’t rule their decision making, if they need to, they can create financial excellence.

The Adventurer & The Ambassador

Adventurers investigate every nook and cranny, and Ambassadors are happy to come along. But neither is known for thinking through decisions, which can sometimes push the relationship from supportive to sour. With a watchful eye, they can have a fun relationship that’s built to last.

The Adventurer & The Contrarian

Contrarians take the unfamiliar roads. Adventurers travel down every road in sight. So they’re testing every idea and loving it. But because money management can distract from trying new things, if neither wants to balance their finances, they can add unnecessary stress to their lives.

The Adventurer & The Rock

Adventurers are so excited to explore the unknown that when together with Rocks — consistent beacons of calm — they thrive. With Rocks reining in the impulsiveness, this pair will be able to stay focused and creatively solve any issue. And they’ll be having fun, to boot.

The Adventurer & The Spark

Adventurers and Sparks get immediately restless if they’re trapped in the same routine. By finding ways to keep things new and interesting, their pairing only gets stronger. But if they lose sight of their finances they can fall victim to the financial stresses that can ruin any pair.

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The Guardian & The Adventurer

Adventurers seek out the new and different in life and finance while Guardians value the consistent and reliable. But, while vastly different, with balance, they can make a great pair — both pushing each other out of their comfort zones.

The Guardian & The Guardian

Predictable is how you describe Guardians together. Their lives are routine, which can drive others mad, but it’s exactly what they want. Though when issues or change — financial or personal — arise, they have trouble adjusting to the new normal as quickly as other pairings.

The Guardian & The Architect

Architects and their plans combined with Guardians and their consistency aren’t what you’d describe as impulsive. They think through every decision, sometimes to a fault — missing opportunities for new experiences because it’s outside the wheelhouse.

The Guardian & The Free Spirit

Guardians’ love of consistency contrasts with Free Spirits’ more devil-may-care attitude. While this can cause tension, it also can push each of them to real personal growth — Guardians can explore new experiences and Free Spirits can find deeper focus in their lives.

The Guardian & The Storyteller

Guardians patiently keep things close while Storytellers are all about impulse and outward expression. But these differences don’t mean they can’t thrive together. With life or finances, they can find a harmonious balance by communicating effectively with each other.

The Guardian & The Oasis

Guardians’ ability to break down problems combined with Oases’ focus on solving 1 problem at a time makes this a great pairing for solving problems. They do tend to focus only on short-term wants, but by pulling their heads up, they’ll avoid financial and relationship issues.

The Guardian & The Ambassador

Predictable is how to describe these 2. Guardians love routines and Ambassadors find joy in making others happy, so you’ll usually find them at the same place they were this time last week, which can get them stuck in a rut. But by mixing things up now and again, they make a great pairing.

The Guardian & The Contrarian

Guardians’ adherence to their processes and Contrarians’ distrust of trends make them seem like total opposites, but when given a problem they both approach it with a tactical focus. Together they push each other to try new strategies while not brushing off the tried-and-true methods.

The Guardian & The Rock

Guardians have an intense focus for everything they do, while Rocks’ relaxed approach can stress out a Guardian now and again. But when together, they can overcome their competing styles with compromise and consistent pre-planning because both of them enjoy a good plan.

The Guardian & The Spark

While Guardians are paragons of focus, Sparks can get distracted the minute anything goes slightly awry. But as long as they’re on the same page about their different styles, they can push each other to be better — Guardians calm Sparks and Sparks encourage Guardians to be more imaginative.

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The Architect & The Adventurer

While both love to learn and explore, Adventurers’ impulsive nature is counter to Architects’ meticulous plans. But those differences mean that together with Adventurers’ creativity and Architects’ precision, they create a dynamite partnership.

The Architect & The Guardian

Architects and their plans combined with Guardians and their consistency aren’t what you’d describe as impulsive. They think through every decision, sometimes to a fault — missing opportunities for new experiences because it’s outside their wheelhouse.

The Architect & The Architect

Pairing up 2 organized perfectionists sounds good on paper, but if their approaches are too different this can cause a lot of issues. Because they agree everything has a specific place, unless they agree or compromise on that place, it will be a constant organizational tug-of-war.

The Architect & The Free Spirit

This could be an “opposites attract” situation. Architects are organized planners and Free Spirits — to put it lightly — aren’t. But if they can find balance, they’re a pair who strives to experience more while staying grounded enough to effectively chase the new and different.

The Architect & The Storyteller

As a pair, they can seem unstoppable. Architects’ organized plans and Storytellers’ penchant for improvisation means no problem is too big for them to handle. But if either pulls too hard toward an extreme, their successful balance can crumble at its once rock-solid base.

The Architect & The Oasis

Strategy is the name of the game here. Oases are deep thinkers and Architects are tactical planners. So together they can out-think most any problem. But their focus on thinking can cause them to delay acting and not openly communicate, which can stress any relationship.

The Architect & The Ambassador

Architects are creating order out of any chaos and Ambassadors keep that chaos at bay by helping facilitate plans. So by working together with clear goals they are a great pair, but if neither knows what the other is thinking, then their relationship harmony can become off-key.

The Architect & The Contrarian

The differences here are only highlighted by the similarities. Both love to plan, but Architects are by-the-book, while Contrarians always have their own unique goals. But if those plans don’t align, neither is going to back down from what they think is the right approach.

The Architect & The Rock

With Architects’ detailed plans and Rocks’ calm, these 2 can be a great pair. There can be conflict if The Rock’s calm seems flippant or uninterested to The Architect, but with communication, they can create the harmony they love in a relationship.

The Architect & The Spark

Architects focus on logic and plans while Sparks are more of the “gut feeling” type. This can strain their relationships if there isn’t a clear path toward the outcome either is looking to achieve. By creating a balance of plans and gut decisions, this relationship can be fun and thrive.

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The Free Spirit & The Adventurer

Adventurers and Free Spirits are enthusiastic explorers of the world, who tend to not worry about the costs of exploration. If they can work together when managing their money, they can avoid the financial and mental stress of living the life of explorers.

The Free Spirit & The Guardian

Guardians’ love of consistency contrasts with Free Spirits’ more devil-may-care attitude. While this can cause tension, it also can push each of them to real personal growth — Guardians can explore new experiences and Free Spirits can find deeper focus in their lives.

The Free Spirit & The Architect

This could be an “opposites attract” situation. Architects are organized planners and Free Spirits — to put it lightly — aren’t. But if they can find balance, they can create a pair that strives to experience more while staying grounded enough to effectively chase the new and different.

The Free Spirit & The Free Spirit

It’s near impossible to predict what 2 Free Spirits will do together, but whatever they do will be a one-of-a-kind experience. What makes them strong together — their freedom and curiosity — could also be their downfall, as neither is too worried about planning or money.

The Free Spirit & The Storyteller

Free Spirits are always searching for the next life-changing experience and Storytellers are looking for someone to tell about it. Their natural impulsiveness can lead to a rift if neither has a plan for the future, but they have the creativity to handle most problems.

The Free Spirit & The Oasis

Free Spirits chase a new experience every day but Oases are more focused inward than outward. Together they can bring each other out of their comfort zones with a balance of exploration and quiet self-reflection, or it could cause a lot of spirited discussions.

The Free Spirit & The Ambassador

When Free Spirits hatch another idea, Ambassadors are typically supportive and help bring focus. Sometimes this can lead to stress when making decisions as a couple, but by listening to each other and evenly making choices, they’ll be great.

The Free Spirit & The Contrarian

If you’re looking for this pairing, check the roads less traveled because Free Spirits follow every path and Contrarians make their own paths. Their unique approaches to life can balance each other well, but can isolate them as a couple outside others’ normal routines.

The Free Spirit & The Rock

The balance of Rocks’ calm with Free Spirits’, well, free spirit, creates a pair who collects interesting experiences. While they can solve almost any outside issue, they have a tendency not to worry about their own, which can lead to unneeded stress and conflict.

The Free Spirit & The Spark

The creativity brought to this relationship is second to none. But Free Spirits’ laid-back attitude and Sparks’ incredible drive and tendency to worry can stress and strain the relationship. But by combining creative forces, they can create a relationship that’s always interesting.

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The Storyteller & The Adventurer

There’s not a better traveling team — Adventurers love to explore new places and Storytellers love meeting new people — but it comes at a cost. That cost is money, and neither loves to worry about budgeting. But by taking the time to plan, they can be an unstoppable duo of fun.

The Storyteller & The Guardian

Guardians patiently keep things close while Storytellers are all impulse and outward expression. But these differences don’t always prevent them from thriving together. With life or finances, they can find a harmonious balance by communicating effectively with each other.

The Storyteller & The Architect

As a pair, they can seem unstoppable. Architects’ organized plans and Storytellers’ penchant for improvisation means no problem is too big for them to handle. But if either pulls too hard toward one extreme, their successful balance can crumble at its once rock-solid base.

The Storyteller & The Free Spirit

Being a natural pair, Free Spirits are searching for the next life-changing experience and Storytellers are looking for someone to tell about it. Their natural impulsiveness can lead to a rift if neither has a plan for the future, but they have the creativity to handle most problems.

The Storyteller & The Storyteller

Quiet nights at home come few and far between when 2 Storytellers get together. Their need to be where the people are creates a really fun pairing for those around them, but they can strain their wallets and lives if they try to juggle every engagement.

The Storyteller & The Oasis

With enough practice, Storytellers — social butterflies — and Oases — introspective thinkers — can balance each other. But in most cases these two can really stress the fabric of their bond while also pushing each other outside their comfort zones.

The Storyteller & The Ambassador

Ambassadors’ abilities to arrange and manage groups and Storytellers being natural social dynamos make them a great social pair. Thoughthey can hyper-focus on what’s right ahead and lose sight of longer-term goals, by making a plan and working together, they’ll be just fine.

The Storyteller & The Contrarian

Contrarians don’t worry about pleasing anyone while Storytellers have never met a person they didn’t want to meet. Together they can create imaginative and crowd-pleasing magic or without enough mutual respect for their different approaches, implode in loud ways.

The Storyteller & The Rock

Storytellers’ use stress for problem-solving energy and Rocks stay calm when surrounded by stress. So together they’re ready for any type of stress, financial or otherwise, just as long as they stay in close communication and balance their approaches.

The Storyteller & The Spark

Storytellers are happiest when connecting outward while Sparks focus on their feelings and how the world affects them. Their difference can create dynamic and passionate relationships, but can cause stress when neither knows how the other finds satisfaction.

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The Oasis & The Adventurer

Adventurers seek to explore the world while Oases much prefer exploring their own minds, but there’s hardly a pair who thinks deeper or solves problems as well as they do together. While finance doesn’t rule their decision-making, if they need to, they can create financial excellence.

The Oasis & The Guardian

Guardians’ ability to break down problems together with Oases’ focus on solving 1 problem at a time makes this a great pairing for problem-solving. They do tend to focus only on short-term goals, but by pulling their heads up, they’ll avoid both financial and relationship issues.

The Oasis & The Architect

Strategy is the name of the game here. Oases are deep-thinkers and Architects are tactical planners. So together they can out-think most any problem. But their focus on thinking can cause them to delay acting and not openly communicate, which can stress any relationship.

The Oasis & The Free Spirit

Free Spirits chase a new experience every day but Oases are more focused inward than outward. Together they can bring each other out of their comfort zones with a balance of exploration and quite self-reflection, or it could cause a lot of spirited discussions.

The Oasis & The Storyteller

With enough practice, Storytellers — social butterflies — and Oases — introspective thinkers — can balance each other. But in most cases these 2 can really stress the fabric of their bond while also pushing each other outside their comfort zones.

The Oasis & The Oasis

Quiet nights with a book, a few friends or a deep conversation is what happens when 2 Oases are paired together. Their ideas are always thoughtful and insightful but when around more boisterous people, or even each other sometimes, they can struggle to have their voices heard.

The Oasis & The Ambassador

Oases’ love of occasional solitude can sometimes disrupt Ambassadors’ love of being around people and creating strong groups. But by keeping groups small and talking through decisions, they can solve any problem and be happily stress-free together.

The Oasis & The Contrarian

With Contrarians not caring about opinions and Oases’ need for solidarity, they both are so focused on their individuality that they can strain each other as a pair. But by taking an interest in each other’s thoughts and opinions, they can avoid many common conflicts.

The Oasis & The Rock

Rocks are cool under pressure and Oases can quickly dissect any issue, so as a pair they talk through issues and can calmly solve them. But that’s only if they’re aware of the need to work together. Otherwise they risk staying in their solitude and stumbling because they didn’t collaborate.

The Oasis & The Spark

Sparks are never shy to share their emotions with anyone while Oases are never that open with strangers. Together they can tend to get locked inside their heads, but if they create an open line of communication, they can be successful in life and their finances.

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The Ambassador & The Adventurer

Adventurers investigate every nook and cranny, and Ambassadors are happy to come along. But neither is known for thinking through decisions, which can sometimes push the relationship from supportive to sour. With a watchful eye, they can have a fun relationship that’s built to last.

The Ambassador & The Guardian

Predictable is how to describe these 2. Guardians love their routines and Ambassadors find joy in making others happy, so you’ll usually find them at the same place they were this time last week, which could eventually get them stuck in a rut, but by mixing things up now and again, they make a great pairing.

The Ambassador & The Architect

Architects are creating order out of any chaos and Ambassadors keep that chaos at bay by helping facilitate plans. So by working together with clear goals they are a great pair, but if neither knows what the other is thinking, then their relationship harmony can become off-key.

The Ambassador & The Free Spirit

When Free Spirits hatch another idea, Ambassadors are typically supportive and help bring focus. Though this can lead to stress when making decisions together and trying focus on one thing at a time, by listening to each other and evenly making choices, they’ll be great.

The Ambassador & The Storyteller

Ambassadors’ abilities to arrange and manage groups and Storytellers being natural social dynamos make them a great social pair. They can get too hyper-focused on short-term goals and lose sight of longer-term goals, but by making a plan and working together, they’ll be just fine.

The Ambassador & The Oasis

Oases’ love of occasional solitude can sometimes disrupt Ambassadors’ love of being around people and creating strong groups. But by keeping groups small and talking through decisions, they can solve any problem and be happily stress-free together.

The Ambassador & The Ambassador

When 2 Ambassadors are together, life can only get better for everyone around them. They are always working to make everyone as happy as possible, sometimes neglecting their own needs in the process. As kindred spirits, 2 Ambassadors can understand this about each other and encourage self-care.

The Ambassador & The Contrarian

Ambassadors’ quest to make everyone happy has met its match with Contrarians, who are always bucking against the status quo. If they can find a balance, they can create an ingenious team that is supportive but also pushes each partner out into their uncomfortable zones.

The Ambassador & The Rock

Rocks keep a level head in any situation and Ambassadors make sure everyone has everything they need, so together they both greatly support each other. They can lose themselves in relationships if they aren’t careful, but sometimes they’re OK with that.

The Ambassador & The Spark

Sparks focus on their emotions while Ambassadors focus on others’ emotions. So the partnership can get one-sided without an open line of communication and a lack of focus on what the other wants. Although, Ambassadors can be kind of fine with some one-sidedness.

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The Contrarian & The Adventurer

Contrarians take the unfamiliar roads. Adventurers travel down every road in sight. So together they’re testing every idea and loving it. But because money management can distract from trying new things, if neither wants to balance their finances, they can add unnecessary stress to their lives.

The Contrarian & The Guardian

Guardians’ adherence to their processes and Contrarians’ distrust of trends make seem like total opposites, but when given a problem they both approach it with a tactical focus. together they push each other to try new strategies while not brushing off the tried and true methods.

The Contrarian & The Architect

The differences here are only highlighted by the similarities. Both love to plan, but Architects are by the book, while Contrarians always have their own unique goals. But if those plans don’t align, neither is going to back down from what they think is the right approach.

The Contrarian & The Free Spirit

If you’re looking for this pairing, check the roads less traveled because Free Spirits follow every path and Contrarians make their own paths. Their unique approaches to life can balance each other well, but can isolate them as a couple outside others’ normal routines.

The Contrarian & The Storyteller

Contrarians don’t worry about pleasing anyone while Storytellers have never met a person they didn’t want to meet. So together they can create imaginative and crowd-pleasing magic together or without enough mutual respect for their difference approaches, implode in loud ways.

The Contrarian & The Oasis

With Contrarians not caring about opinions and Oases’ need for solidarity, they both are so focused on their individuality that they can strain each other as a pair. But by taking an interest in each other’s thoughts and opinions, they can avoid many common conflicts.

The Contrarian & The Ambassador

Ambassadors’ quest to make everyone happy has met its match with Contrarians, who are always bucking against the status quo. If they can find a balance, they can create an ingenious team who’s supportive while pushing each partner out into their uncomfortable zones.

The Contrarian & The Contrarian

Two Contrarians together can usually go 1 of 2 ways: They’ll continually butt heads about any decision, or they’ll form close partnership and take on the world. If they can reach compromises together, then they’ll show the world the better ways to do relationships and everything else.

The Contrarian & The Rock

Contrarians’ skeptical nature clashes somewhat with the consistency of Rocks, but with Rocks’ calm, that can lead to impassioned discussions about new and interesting topics. While these can take disappointing turns if not handled correctly, they can also create powerful relationships.

The Contrarian & The Spark

Contrarians have a skeptical eye and Sparks always speak frankly, so together they get straight to the point. They value brutal honesty and appreciate frankness. Although until they’ve established deep understandings of each other, they can sometimes take it too far.

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The Spark & The Adventurer

Adventurers and Sparks get immediately restless if they’re trapped in the same routine. By finding ways to keep things new and interesting, their pairing only gets stronger. But if they lose sight of their finances they can fall victim to the financial stresses that can ruin any pair.

The Spark & The Guardian

While Guardians are paragons of focus, Sparks can get distracted the minute anything goes slightly awry. But as long as they’re on the same page about their different styles, they can push each other to be better — Guardians calm Sparks and Sparks push Guardians to imagine.

The Spark & The Architect

Architects focus on logic and plans while Sparks are more of the “gut feeling” type. This can strain their relationships if there isn’t a clear path toward the outcome either is looking to achieve. By creating a balance of plans and gut decisions, this relationship can have fun and thrive.

The Spark & The Free Spirit

The creative brought to this relationship is second to none. But Free Spirits’ laid-back attitude and Sparks’ incredible drive and tendency to worry can stress and strain the relationship. But by combining creative forces, they can create a relationship that’s always interesting.

The Spark & The Storyteller

Storytellers are happiest when connecting outward while Sparks focus on their feelings and how the world affects them. Their differences can create dynamic and passionate relationships, but can cause stress when neither knows how the other finds satisfaction.

The Spark & The Oasis

Sparks are never shy to share their emotions with anyone while Oases are never that open with strangers. Together they can tend to get locked inside their heads, but if they create an open line of communication, they can be successful in life and their finances.

The Spark & The Ambassador

Sparks focus on their emotions while Ambassadors focus on others’ emotions. So the partnership can get one-sided without an open line of communication and a focus on what each other wants. Although, Ambassadors can be kind of fine with some one-sidedness.

The Spark & The Contrarian

Contrarians have a skeptical eye and Sparks always speak frankly, so together they get straight to the point. They value brutal honesty and appreciate frankness. Although they can take it too far sometimes, if they haven’t established deep understandings of each other yet.

The Spark & The Rock

Rocks are unflappable while Sparks never hide an emotion. While they differ greatly, as a pair, they can really complement each other. As long as they communicate, Sparks cause Rocks to take chances in the unknown and Rocks keep Sparks from dwelling in their own emotions.

The Spark & The Spark

When 2 Sparks get together they prefer to share their feelings openly, so prepare for deep, emotional conversations and very little small talk. if you both stay open, you’ll avoid a major trip-up of the Spark-Spark combo: mistaking minor pitfalls for insurmountable peaks.

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The Rock & The Adventurer

Adventurers are so excited to explore the unknown that when together with Rocks — consistent beacons of calm — they thrive. With Rocks reining in the impulsiveness, this pair will be able to stay focused and creatively solve any issue. And they’ll be having fun, to boot.

The Rock & The Guardian

Guardians have an intense focus for everything they do, while Rocks’ relaxed approach can stress out a Guardian now and again. But when together, they can overcome their competing styles with compromise and consistent pre-planning because both of them enjoy a good plan.

The Rock & The Architect

With Architects’ detailed plans and Rocks’ calm, these 2 can be a great pair. There can be conflict if The Rock’s calm seems flippant or uninterested to The Architect, but with communication, they can create the harmony they both love in a relationship.

The Rock & The Free Spirit

The balance of Rocks’ calm with Free Spirits’, well, free spirit, creates a pair who collects interesting experiences. While they can solve almost any outside issue, they have a tendency not to worry about their own, which can lead to unneeded stress and conflict.

The Rock & The Storyteller

Storytellers use stress for problem-solving energy and Rocks stay calm when surrounded by stress. So together they’re ready for any type of stress, financial or otherwise, just as long as they stay in close communication and balance their approaches.

The Rock & The Oasis

Rocks are cool under pressure and Oases can quickly dissect any issue, so as a pair they talk through issues and can calmly solve them. But that’s only if they’re aware of the need to work together. Otherwise they risk staying in their solitude and stumbling because they didn’t collaborate.

The Rock & The Ambassador

Rocks keep a level head in any situation and Ambassadors make sure everyone has everything they need, so together they both greatly support each other. They can lose themselves in relationships if they aren’t careful, but that’s sometimes they’re OK with that.

The Rock & The Contrarian

Contrarians’ skeptical nature clashes somewhat with the consistency of Rocks, but with Rocks’ calm that can lead to impassioned discussions about new and interesting topics. While these can take disappointing turns if not handled correctly, they can also create powerful relationships.

The Rock & The Rock

It’s even harder to rile up Rocks when 2 of them are partnered up. They handle stress so well alone that together they’re the pinnacle of cool — always staying grounded. Though this can cause them to fall into a rut if they don’t take time to focus on creating new experiences.

The Rock & The Spark

Rocks are unflappable while Sparks never hide an emotion. While they differ greatly, as a pair, they can really complement each other. As long as they communicate, Sparks cause Rocks to take chances in the unknown and Rocks keep Sparks from dwelling in their own emotions.

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One Response to The Financial Personality Comparison Guide

  1. Lisa Sadia says:

    Great tips!Thanks for sharing…

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