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Ever gotten--or given--bad advice? Here's why, and how to avoid it.
“Just do it.” “If you can believe it, you can achieve it.” “Go confidently in the direction of your dreams. Live the life you’ve imagined.” (Thoreau) Peyton Manning Asked John Madden For Advice on …
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Time to take a look at what's going on under the hood for Type Seven - how their Object Relation, Hornevian and Harmonic Groups interact and combine to create the 7 perspective.
This week, we end the “Putting It All Together” series on the Enneagram types with an exploration of Type Seven. Here are some of the various components that make up a Type Seven personality. Cente…
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New blog post: Self-Care Strategies for the Enneagram Types 
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New blog post: Effective Goal Setting for Your Enneagram Type 
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New blog post: What to Celebrate About the Enneagram Types
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Jeff Erbskorn

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HEALTHY CONGREGATIONS - IT'S NOT JUST FOR CONGREGATIONS....I am a trained Healthy Congregations workshop facilitator, but the video at the link below is a must see for all organizations because the basic concepts which help us see a congregation as an emotional system are applicable to all work settings.  Are you looking to reduce workplace drama and increase productivity?  Check it out at http://www.personalityportfolios.com/healthy-congregations.html
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New blog post: How Enneagram Types Work in Teams
Strong collaborative skills are more crucial in the workplace today than ever before. According to the New York Times, jobs with a strong social component continue to increase, while more solitary occupations have lost positions. Additionally, modern workplaces of all … Continue reading →
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New Enneagram blog post: 5 Benefits of Supporting Emerging Leaders
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El cambio para alcanzar la vida que queremos, la familia que queremos, el país que queremos, el mundo que queremos, debe surgir de nuestro propio ser interno.
No podemos continuar esperando que algo mágico cambie nuestras vidas ni condiciones. Si hay algo para cambiar, ya es hora de asumir nuestra propia vida y generar el propio cambio que proporcione nuestra autosatisfacción.
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Eneagrama Vivencial y la Alquimia de Amor Mas experiencial que nunca. Cupo Limitado Salida: Viernes 22 de Julio a la 1:00 PM Regreso: Domingo 24 de Julio a las 6:00 PM Lugar de Trabajo: Casa de Noviciado San Antonio de Padua (en La Ceja) Facilitador: Germán A. Benavides T
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I'm a sexual 6W5. I've known about the Enneagram since I was 14, and I'm 38 now. I used to obsess on it. I recently took the Meyer-Briggs test. My opinion on that is that because the Enneagram and Meyer-Briggs both exist, doesn't mean that one of them is wrong. At least that's how I feel now. I think they can coexist. Anyways, I'm an ISFP as much as I'm a 6, or vice versa. I'm curious to know the frequency of different Enneagram types being different Meyer-Briggs types, and vice versa, like how common is it for a 6W5 to be an ISFP, or vice versa? I know very little about the Meyer-Briggs by the way, but I do know the ISFP sounds like me. The big thing I disagreed with was the part about being competitive, but I have rationalized why I basically outgrew the competitiveness, and how I'm still competitive in lots of more subtle ways that I, or anyone else, just doesn't consciously notice usually.
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We can be mesmerized by our own patterns of thought, but they mask our true selves. The awareness that the Enneagram provides helps us get free.
This week’s post is adapted from my audio program, “Know Yourself to Know God.” Romans 12: 2 says, “Do not be conformed any longer to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing o…
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New blog post: Nine Types of Leaders
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Let's take a look at the various factors that come together to make Type 5.
We’re leaving the Heart Center and moving over to the Head with Type Five. Let’s look at the various components that make up a Type Five personality. Center: Head/Thinking (underlying emotion is fe…
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A few insights on what makes Type Three tick.
On we go with the “Putting It All Together” series. It’s time to turn our attention to the Type that exemplifies the Type of our nation. Let’s look at the various components that make up a Type Thr...
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It's a milestone - my 50th blog post! It's about how our personality type influences what we see and don't see.
It is said that when Columbus arrived on the shores of what would one day be called North America, the indigenous people literally could not see his huge ships because they had never seen anything ...
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I promise that this post is not slimy opportunism. It's me learning how to grieve, and how not to be afraid.
Sometimes I feel overwhelmed by the world and its sorrows. A tiny sampling includes: The death of a friend in his early 20s and the widowhood of his pregnant wife. 9/11. The death of my precious fr...
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HI - just saw your comment! My post took an overall look at personality's constructs rather than how it plays out in Enneagram Types. What I am trying to do, always, is to go beyond the level of personality to the essential self, to what is ultimately real and true. For instance, my normal Seven response is to ignore what is painful until I can't anymore, then get overwhelmed, then fear that I'll be trapped in that emotional overwhelm. Then I figure out a way to flee again - or get really depressed. (Yes, that happens to Sevens.) But if I understand that I am not my personality and that what I'm experiencing is not objective, I can create distance from my false self. I am able to see that pain, suffering and death will not rob me of my essence, my true self. I am able to experience and bear these things will more presence and less fear. Hope that makes sense!
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