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Type distinctions | part 3

Type distinctions | part 3 In this third blog of four, learn type distinctions between types Three-Five through type Four with type Nine. In addition, my book “The Art of Typing” is almost entirely focused on how to ask differentiating

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Type distinctions | part 2

Type distinctions | part 2 In this second blog of four, learn type distinctions between types One-Eight and One-Nine, then type Two with types Three through Nine, plus type Three with type Four. In addition, my book “The Art of

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Tricky Typing

I really do love helping people sort out their types and doing so without any energetic pushing, just allowing the type to show up when the person is ready to see it. The more I work with people toward this

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What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 9

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 9 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type8

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 8

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 8 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type7

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 7

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 7 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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What if Donald Trump is neither an Enneagram 8 nor a 3?

What if Donald Trump is neither an Enneagram 8 nor a 3? There is much debate and even argument about Donald Trump’s Enneagram type. I have joined the ranks of this conversation, even though I am not keen on typing

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Type6

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 6

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 6 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Type5

What’s Obvious; what’s not | Type 5

What’s obvious; what’s not | Type 5 Sometimes stating the obvious can be a good reminder about each Enneagram type; sometimes we forget what is most apparent. There are also aspects of each type that are not-as-obvious, yet quite intriguing.

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Rumi Poem | Type 9

Rumi Poem | Type 9 You must ask for what you really want. Don’t go back to sleep! The door is round and open Don’t go back to sleep! ~ Rumi Why is this an important poem for type Nines

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