I've dated countless women and it has always amazed me how little they know about men.If nothing else, this blog is an outlet for voicing my astonishment at the typical female's ignorance of the male mindset.For example, an heir to a large inheritance has financial power, but without the savvy to invest it wisely, that power will be squandered.
we all know that we 'Type A' working women love a good fight.Second, smart women don't shut their brains off on the weekend. How do you expect to win the girl without a firm understanding of legal precedent?Someone rightly pointed out that part of what put men off was my desire to correct things they said that were inaccurate or participate in verbal sparring (I appreciate a good debate). Or is it a matter of combining my intelligence with enough social leverage to not make it my main feature?I've reigned that in with good results but I want a man who actually likes my intelligence. This isn't the first time this question has shown up in the comments of this blog - or in my e-mail.Women also prefer this state of affairs, as is evidenced by the fact that women routinely choose more powerful men as their partners.
Women want a man who can hold his own among other men, who is impressive to them, and whom they admire for his strength.In a rational dating world, he continues, smart men discount smart women because of their call options.But smart women don't appear to be discounting smart men in the same way.But reasons aside, the fact remains that men want to be the stronger mate in relationships.It gives us a feeling of importance to take care of our woman and children - it gives us purpose.Now, one of the most important signs of a man's power is his intelligence.