I wrote yesterday about becoming a high-value woman to attract a high-value man so I thought it only right that I am clear, with myself, about what a high-value man is and what qualities he possesses.
- He has a commitment to personal growth and is committed to learning everything he can about how to be a better person and a better partner
- He is willing to receive help and guidance in various forms from books to seminars to counselling
- He is conscious of his blind spots and childhood programming and is aware of what emotional baggage he is bringing to the relationship
- He has personal goals for his own self-improvement and you can see specific positive changes in him, over time
- Is emotionally open – he has feelings; knows what he is feeling; chooses to share those feelings with me; knows how to express those feelings to me
- He is honest with himself
- He is honest with others
- He is honest with me
- He doesn’t play games
- He can take care of himself – he earns enough money to support himself; knows how to keep his living space relatively clean; knows how to feed himself
- He responsible and owns his own shit
- He’s respectful to all, including himself
- He has high self-esteem
- He takes pride in himself
- He doesn’t abuse himself
- He doesn’t allow others to abuse him
- He takes action in his life – he takes chances and goes after his dreams. He doesn’t worry about failure or stepping out of his comfort zones
- He is a positive person
This list pretty much applies to me as well. It’s less about a high-value man and more about a high-value person.
High-value people and high-value living – both of which equal a high-value life. A valuable life. My goal for 2017.