One of the biggest complaints men have about the women they meet and ask out (at least in many areas of the US and the world) is that they are flakes – they don’t follow through and/or are not good at returning phone calls, emails or showing up for a date when they say they will.I have no doubt that women have the same complaints about many of the guys they meet as well.Some women are well aware of that flaw in their personality and even say to their friends and the guys they meet “I can’t plan anything, let’s play it by ear…because I am kind of flake” This kind of cavalier attitude toward being a flake and not thinking that it’s a big deal or it needs to be changed will undoubtedly hurt a woman’s dating life.One of the most popular models of personality in academia is called the Big Five.The Big Five dimensions — Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Emotional Stability, Extraversion, and Openness to Experience — represent broad traits believed to encompass the range of normal personality.BBC and The Economist top the list of outlets that are trusted by every ideological group, while Buzz Feed and The Rush Limbaugh Show are at the bottom.Check out the chart: Conservative-leaning news outlets seem to be the least trusted among those with a mixed political ideology.
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It goes without saying that to be successful in anything in life, you have to be able to (1) plan and (2) stick to the plan, and follow through with whatever it is you intend to accomplish.
While spontaneity is a great quality to have, reliability and following through is paramount to any significant accomplishment, be it something as casual as a first date or some as serious as a school paper, a sales presentation or some other work project, or interactions with the opposite sex.