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Enneagram Typing | A Guest Blog by Peter O’Hanrahan

  Up Close With Enneagram Style Eight In our attempt to understand the Enneagram, we create images in our minds of each of the nine types. It’s how we learn, getting these categories down in our minds and associating people

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Enneagram Typing: Up Close and Personal

  After writing about typing, mistyping, and stereotyping and asking Bea Chestnut to guest blog on the topic of Enneagram typing and the Enneagram subtypes, I decided to get up close and personal about why this topic matters so much

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Enneagram Typing and Stereotyping

  Two months ago, I posted on my YouTube channel a short video clip addressing the question “What Type is Barack Obama?” which drew over 400 views (to see the clip, click here). While I’ve received many e-mails of agreement

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The Enneagram, Alignment, and Integrity

This blog was inspired by Ruth Landis’ insights about Alignment and Integrity. You can read about how each of us, based on our Enneagram styles, can be in and out of alignment and integrity, which affects our capacity to be

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April Fools by Enneagram Style

We can all be fools at times, doing foolish things that don’t get us what we really want. In honor of April Fool’s Day, I thought about some of the most foolish things I’ve seen individuals of each Enneagram style

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Facebook and Enneagram Styles

  How do individuals of the nine different Enneagram styles react to Facebook? Although the following information is anecdotal rather than scientific,  it is a first step! The data was collected from people who do use Facebook rather than from

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Famous Enneagram Fives: Georgia O’Keefe and Bill Gates

  WORLDVIEW: Resources are scarce: I must conserve energy, time, and knowledge. FIVES thirst for knowledge and use emotional detachment as a way of keeping involvement with others at a minimum. Emotionally detached, private, and highly independent — autonomous may

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The Enneagram and Inclusion

This blog was inspired by Ruth Landis’ insights about Inclusion. You can read about how each of us, based on our Enneagram style, can be more exclusive than inclusive, restricting our capacity to be all of what we are capable

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