The Childhood Wounds of Every Enneagram Type
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The Childhood Wounds of Every Enneagram Type

Each of us has unique childhood struggles that create patterns of behavior as we grow up. For some of us, we felt that we were better off if we stayed in the background. Speaking up would cause more harm than good. For others, we felt like we had to be hyper-responsible because our parents were…

The Enneagram Type Three – The Achiever
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The Enneagram Type Three – The Achiever

The Achiever (Enneagram Type Three) is an energetic, goal-oriented “Type A” personality with a lifelong dream to continuously improve on every aspect of their life. Threes are energized by new plans, activities, and meetings to get things done and make things happen. Most at ease in the spotlight, they actively search for opportunities to push…

Here’s What You Were Like in High School, Based on Your Enneagram Type
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Here’s What You Were Like in High School, Based on Your Enneagram Type

Enter high school. You’ve got mountains of homework, cliques, extra-curriculars, teams, friends, foes, the magnificent lunch break, odd traditions, and everything in-between. For some, it was the prime time of their lives. For others, it was simply another chapter in their book; a stepping stone in their bigger career plan. Your experience may have resembled…

Here’s How You Communicate, Based on Your Enneagram Type
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Here’s How You Communicate, Based on Your Enneagram Type

Ping! New email. Text. Emoji wall. Hand gestures. Microexpressions. We communicate face-to-face, through pixels over the Web, and over the phone. Communication itself is repeatedly deemed as one of the most important skills of the 21st-century digital age, along with emotional intelligence. The Enneagram can help you have better conversations with others, in-person and through…

Here’s Your Personal Vice, Based on Your Enneagram Type
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Here’s Your Personal Vice, Based on Your Enneagram Type

Vices are deep-seated imperfections in our character and personality. They are often rooted in our attachment styles from childhood and tied into our development through each life stage of psycho-social development. During times of stress or emotional havoc, our personal vices can emerge without warning. And they’ll come around full-swing, surprising those close to you—and…