Hello Everyone, This Is Michael The Traveling Trucker. Our adventure is the MIND. Yes, Boys and Girls, there is a difference in how men and women THINK. You say, “REALLY”. Oh, yea baby, A BIG DIFFERENCE. Men and women, while different, are complementary like a knife and a fork.
PERCEPTION: Women have smaller brains that are more tightly packed with connections. This allows them to perform better at tasks involving the bigger picture and situational thinking. A man’s brain tends to perform better at spatial thinking involving recognizing patterns and problem solving with objects in a spatial environment.
ONE TRACK MIND: Men tend to excel better at singular tasks while women are better at juggling a number of tasks at once.
WOMEN REMEMBER BETTER
Women tend to have higher activity in their hippocampus, the region responsible for forming and storing memories than men do. Studies have shown that women tend to remember faces, names, objects, and events better than men.
Women and men process information differently. Men use mostly the left hemisphere of the brain, while women tend to employ both hemispheres.
More specifically, women tend to develop verbal capabilities on both sides of their brains. It’s this “design” which leads to a scientific observation in which girls will commonly use more words than their male counterparts if they are asked to describe a story, person, object, feeling, or place.
Men tend to be more likely to take risks. Women tend to be more risk averse. Men and women literally see things in different ways. Men have thicker retinas and larger M cells than women. The M cells are responsible for tracking the movement of objects. Women have more P cells, which are responsible for identifying objects, as well as analyzing textures and colors.
Honey, Have You Seen My Keys?
Women are better at remembering where things are than men are. Women are also more likely to navigate using landmarks, while men navigate using direction and distances. So a woman is more likely to say, “Go straight until you hit the MacDonalds, then turn right and continue until you reach the top of the hill.” A man is more likely to say, “Drive north for three miles, then turn east on Liberty Street. Continue on Liberty for two miles.”
In business, we see the differences in how men and women operate. We should learn from our counterparts. We may not be just like them, but we can make adjustments to suit our needs.
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