Are Women Better Community Builders than Men?

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1. Women will connect not because of your product but because of you.
2. Men don’t talk detail, “How is your day honey?” “Fine!” A one word answer. Ask your wife how’s here day, and you get it, as is!
3. Men talk online, women have conversation online. Women talk detail. They can nurture something and bring it to maturity or an idea to completion.
4. Men state something, women can explain a thing.
5. Men will preach and leave it at that, while women will engage until a thing is understood.
6. Men will advertise  a book and send you the link, women will engage you in conversation until it is bought
7. Men will build a website to reveal status, women will build a site to socialize
8. Men get alone when they have a problem. Women will socialize in order to deal with a problem.
9.  Men often avoid commitment. Women insist on it!
10. Men feel that have to be right about everything even if the right thing is the wrong thing for them. It takes a woman to tell them different and then they’ll listen!

Which is why marketing companies build community around women. They make decisions about money, clothes kids buy, stuff in the home, and spend the money from the hubby, talk about things that matter and get to the nitty gritty of a thing. They are the customer evangelists of the now and I mean that in a respectful way in appreciation of their ability and gift!  Which forces me as a blogger/evangelist to ask a simple question. Shouldnt we as men have ministry that engages them, provide blogs/preaching messages that focus and help them. Shouldnt pastors have communities with women as their paid leaders and church marketers? There again, maybe community really is about “us” working together!

Just stirring things up


  1. nightshade130 Avatar

    Lovin’ this right now. Didn’t see it that way. You keep bringing something new to the table. If men and women engage in each others giftings I think we’d be a stronger community. were one has a weakness, the other provides strength. strength in the diversities of gifitings. Awesome stuff Bro Paul! Sherline 😀

  2. nightshade130 Avatar

    Reblogged this on <a href="“ rel=”nofollow”>Sherline's Watchu Thinkin' Blog and commented: Interesting comparision between men and women builders. I say there is strength in unity. Check this out.

  3. Paul Avatar

    Thank you Sherline… See, a woman is always first to see a big idea and promote it!…. Thanks

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