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Development | truth or lie

“I’m not upset that you lied to me, I’m upset that from now on I can’t believe you.” ~ Friedrich Nietzsche Almost everyone dislikes being lied to, accompanied by a distaste for the person doing the lying. We also like

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The Four Agreements (Don Miguel Ruiz) | Body center types

This third blog in a three-part series of provocative techniques help us examine our firmly-held beliefs and assumptions. The Four Agreements based on the work of Don Miguel Ruiz is a deep and penetrating way to do this. This approach

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The Work (Byron Katie) | Heart center types

This second blog in a three-part series of provocative techniques help us examine our firmly-held beliefs and assumptions. The Work by Byron Katie is a powerful and clarifying way to do this. This approach can be used with Enneagram types

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What If Challenges | Head Center types

This first blog in a three-part series of provocative techniques help us examine our firmly-held beliefs and assumptions. The What If Challenges are surprisingly simple, yet have the potential for a deep impact. This approach can be used with Enneagram

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Development | counter-intuitive

“I don’t take on big things. What I do, pretty much, is make the big things small and the small things big.” ~ Larry David Enneagram Ones Find one of your opinions that is highly illogical and laugh at it.

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Most common reasons for mistyping | Part 2

In the first blog of this series, the first five main reasons for mistyping were covered: insufficient knowledge of the Enneagram: misunderstood, old or incorrect concepts; focusing on what and not why; lack of self-awareness; and subtypes. This second blog

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Most common reasons for mistyping | Part 1

The Enneagram is more than a personality system. In fact, it isn’t really a personality system because personality refers to behaviors and traits that are persistent and measurable. Enneagram type is far more than behavior and traits. Enneagram type includes

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