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15 Timeless Lessons I’ve Learned About Women

(Not as complicated as you think).

James Michael Sama
6 min readJun 9, 2024

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While books and podcasts and neurological study can provide us with valuable insight regarding the differences and similarities between the male and female brains, people are simply not science experiments who can be distilled down to A-B testing, nor blanket generalizations.

Life, though, can provide important lessons that shape our interactions and our relationships along the way.

Here are fifteen pieces of knowledge I have accumulated along my journey, I hope they bring you the same enlightenment they’ve brought to me.

1: Women are better at non-verbal communication than men.

As men, we would much rather that a woman come out and tell us what she wants and how she feels. No matter how well we can read her, there will naturally still be things that we miss and kick ourselves about later. But men and women naturally communicate differently. According to “The Female Brain” (must-read book), women are biologically predisposed to have a heightened ability to read facial expressions and body language.

That doesn’t mean we can’t put in the effort to learn the nuances, though. The more openly we communicate, the less room there is for confusion or…

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James Michael Sama

I help you evolve into the ultimate version of yourself. Life & Executive Coach. Multi #1 writer. Trusted by: CNN, CNBC, NY Post, CBS, more. Say hi! @JamesMSama