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What is a transactional person?
Similarly one may ask, what does a transactional person mean?
That is a person who is transactionally oriented. They'll only respond to your request if you act in return. That's what we call a cold, business mindset. True relationships are about being unconditional, and transactions create distance in them. Transactions also mean we carry no weight.
Subsequently, question is, what does it mean to be a relational person? Being relational means living in relation to others in recognition of an interconnectedness with others. It means, in our interactions with others, being engaged, centered, grounded, clear, generous, humble and kind. Each of these attributes has a “much more than meets the eye” quality.
Subsequently, question is, what is a transactional relationship?
Transactional relationships are by nature optimized around getting the most you possibly can in exchange for as little as possible on your part. They are all about you and what you can get, and not about what you can give.
What is the transactional approach?
The transaction approach is the concept of deriving the financial results of a business by recording individual revenue, expense, and other purchase transactions. These transactions are then aggregated to see if a business has earned a profit or a loss.