Why did I select the antelope to represent Enneagram style Seven? There are many reasons, but I primarily did so because they are elegant, fast, and most are graceful yet elusive. In this blog, there are three pictures of antelope,
Archive | March, 2012
Steve Jobs Was an Unusual 7-8 Binary Type
Ginger’s Introduction I’ve invited additional blogs that speculate on Steve Jobs’ Enneagram style to encourage a productive and open dialogue about typing and famous people. Peter Zappel offered to write one with a different twist on Jobs and his type.
What to Get Your Enneagram Friends for St. Patrick’s Day
We don’t normally get presents for our friends on St. Patrick’s Day, but why not? Here are some ideas for people of each Enneagram style: Ones Here is the perfect, practical present for those perfect and practical Ones. It’s a
What Type is Steve Jobs?
Ginger’s Introduction I wrote an earlier blog questioning whether or not Steve Jobs was an Enneagram Seven, since this was then a surprisingly common assumption. My early consulting experience at Apple suggested he was not a Seven, as did my
Enneagram Styles and Curiosity
What if we could all regain our childlike, innate curiosity? Gerry Fathauer has written the following provocative Insight Activity on Curiosity. Gerry is a Senior Member of the Enneagram in Business Network (EIBN) and has a natural curiosity for all