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Personality Differences and Relationship Satisfaction from the Perspective of the Big Five Trait Theory

Ana Bravo May 6, 2020

"My wife and I were happy for 20 years," joked Rodney Dangerfield, a stand-up comedian, and actor, in one of his routines. "Then, we met." That knee-slapper played on a marital axiom probably as old…

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Does Jungian psychology works best with creative people (high in openness)?

Vitor Torao Akeda April 19, 2020

If people who are high in openness aren't doing something creative then they are lifeless. According to Dr. Jordan Peterson his clients who are high in openness benefits particularly to depth psychological approaches and especially…

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Identical Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

Identical relations refer to the ones that exist amongst identical personalities, e.g., SLI-SLI, SEE-SEE, LII-LII, etc. They are easygoing, reliable, and understanding. The communication between partners flows like a charm, and if trust and honesty…

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Super-ego Relations

Ana Bravo April 15, 2020

In the case of Super-ego Relations, we find a fascinating interaction that can be compared to a Monet painting: from a distance; they appear to be pleasant and easy-going, even friendly. Still, as you get…

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Mirage Relations

Ana Bravo April 15, 2020

Also called Illusionary, Mirage Relations are relatively good when partners are attentive to each other and offer mutual sympathy. Empathy is the key element here to achieve goals and make the most of these partnerships.…

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Extinguishing Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

Extinguishing relations are also called opposing, contrary, or relations of neutralization. It is common for members of these relations to have mutual interests and find common ground. However, they are not always understanding each other…

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Mirror Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

Mirror Relations are quite a learning experience to anyone involved, whether it is as partners or as spectators. In these relations, we can see people admire and resemble each other's capabilities and abilities. Partners in…

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Kindred Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

Kindred Relations are comparative. Partners in these relations will have a similar role or function but will work opposite to each other's chores. Also called Comparative Relations, these relations exist between the following types: ENFj…

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Quasi-Identical Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

The name might imply that these are the easiest relations in Socionics, but wait until we explain them in detail, and then you'll make up your mind. These relations are mirrors of each other amongst…

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Business Relations

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

In Socionics, Business Relations are referred to as "look-alike" relations, mainly because this is how they will work the best: they can merge and transform its members to make things happen or work flawlessly.  Business…

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Activity Relationships

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

Activity Relations are one of the top relations we can use with little to no supervision in Socionics. Partners work together, achieve together, act together, and will prove to be a great asset in any…

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Supervision Relationships

Ana Bravo April 18, 2020

In Supervision relations, we find two actors: the auditor and the audited; these relations are created to perform revision and, of course, supervision chances amongst peers and teams. Common supervision chains are: Causal-Determinist supervision chain…

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Benefit Relations

Ana Bravo April 17, 2020

Benefit relations are also known as "relations of request" or "social order." The four rings of benefit are: ENTp (ILE) → ENFj (EIE) → ESFp (SEE) → ESTj (LSE) → ENTp (ILE) ISFp (SEI) →…

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Semi-Duality Relations

Ana Bravo April 16, 2020

When it comes to semi dual relations, these need patience and time. These relationships will appear to flow miraculously at first. They may even make you think they will do so without much effort. Still,…

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Duality Relationships

Ana Bravo April 15, 2020

Duality Relationships will complement each other peacefully and make up for each other when one lacks ability or motivation; they work together and assume responsibilities along way beyond being partners. Lyme Stankevichyute says about Duality…

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Conflict Relationships

Ana Bravo April 15, 2020

We must first understand that Socionics and MBTI are different, and they assign letters to each type differently, too. To start our road into understanding Conflict Relationships, we first need to where these relationships are…

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ESFJ

Ana Bravo April 11, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ESFJs are mainly oriented towards extraverted feeling (Fe). This feeling reveals higher interpersonal skills, tending to concentrate on others, and trying to understand them, treating harmony between individuals as…

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High in Conscientiousness (Organized/Efficient)

Ana Bravo March 7, 2020

People classified as high in Conscientiousness tend to act more dutiful, systematical, highly analytical, and strategical. Like described by Jordan B Peterson[1], competent and able to make relatively accurate plans to life goals, mainly in…

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High in agreeableness (Accommodating/Friendly/Compassionate)

Ana Bravo March 7, 2020

People classified as high in agreeableness tend to be considerate, kind, generous, and cooperative. They genuinely care about other people and their feelings, which makes them more likable and trustworthy. They are also often religious…

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Enneagram Type 9 (The Peacemaker)

Ana Bravo March 5, 2020

The Peacemaker: We need one in every team and everywhere in the world. For example, Baron and Wagele (2009) shortly describe Type Nines as "motivated by the need to keep the peace, merge with others,…

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Enneagram Type 8 (The Leader)

Ana Bravo March 5, 2020

The Leader, or Asserter, is motivated by the need to be self-reliant, autonomous, and robust (Wagele and Baron, 2009). Therefore, they strive with all they got to make an impact on the world. Sometimes Eights…

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Enneagram Type 7 (The Enthusiast)

Ana Bravo March 5, 2020

The Enthusiast: When you work with a Seven you are getting yourself into a compelling relationship: Type Seven is the busy, productive type according to Riso and Hudson (1995), and Sevens are versatile, optimistic, and…

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Enneagram Type 6 (The Loyalist)

Ana Bravo March 5, 2020

When you get the chance to interact and work with a Type 6 or Loyalist, you get a unique personality and someone you can undoubtedly rely on at all times. For example, According to Riso…

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Enneagram Type 5 (Investigator)

Ana Bravo March 5, 2020

The Investigator or Type 5 is most definitely the intense, cerebral type of all Enneagram personalities. Therefore, Fives are alert, insightful, and curious. Moreover, these traits are vital in any team as they'll drive all…

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Enneagram Type 4 (The Individualist)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

The Individualist is one of the most conscious personality types in the Enneagram, although not conscientious necessarily. These individualists are romantic and reflective, with bright and detailed insights, not to mention, always on point. In…

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Enneagram Type 3 (The Achiever)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

The Achiever or Type Three people thrive on showing us what success looks like. For example, they are adaptable, intelligent, oriented to success, focus on their goals, and work hard to make their dreams a…

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Enneagram Type 2 (The Helper)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

The Helper: The caring, interpersonal type. In the theory of Enneagram, Type Two personalities are empathetic, sincere, and warm-hearted. Therefore, they thrive on feeling useful, accommodating, and feel at ease when they know they are…

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Enneagram Type1 (The Reformer)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

The Reformer: According to Riso and Hudson (1995),  Reformers have solid principles and live in peace by acting guided by strong standards, traditions, and rules. When healthy, Riso and Hudson (1987) claim the Reformer becomes…

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Description of DISC trait for Dominance (D)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

The individuals with Dominant personality, in short, are headstrong, authoritative, and bold. According to the DISC model, their strongest trait is a tendency to command. From other people's perspective, they sometimes seem inconsiderate or even…

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Description of DISC trait for Influence (I)

Ana Bravo March 4, 2020

I-style is one of the four DISC personality types. They are described primarily as communicative and enthusiastic, with a need for approving environments. Their strength and security are based on their bounds and connections to…

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Description of DISC trait for Steadiness (S)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

People with strong S-tendency have as their most known traits being kindhearted, thoughtful, and agreeable. Steadiness are one of the most common personality types from the DISC model. As the name suggests, they are fearful…

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Description of DISC trait for Conscientiousness (C)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

Individuals with strong Conscientiousness tendencies are, in short, mostly known as systematic, reserved, and unemotional. C-profiles are very detail-oriented, basing their feeling of security on knowledge and data. They tend to set high standards as…

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Low in Openness (Non-curious/Consistent/Cautious)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Openness, people Low in Openness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as attachment to conventional beliefs and practices, lower creative and abstract thinking capabilities, and…

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Low in Extraversion (Reserved/Solitary)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Extraversion, people Low in Extraversion would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as Introversion, isolation, and higher requirement of energy to interact. Others might perceive them…

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Low in Neuroticism (Calm/Secure/Confident)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Neuroticism, people Low in Neuroticism would have a somewhat opposite behavior. As reported by Jordan B Peterson[1], this trait is connected to lower anxiety and lower…

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Low in Conscientiousness (Unstructured/Easy-going/Careless)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Conscientiousness, people Low in Conscientiousness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as lack of compromising to systems and deadlines, disorganization, negligence, procrastination, and inefficiency, as…

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Low in Agreeableness (Egocentric/Challenging/Detached)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

As the name suggests, in comparison to High in Agreeableness, people Low in Agreeableness would have a somewhat opposite behavior, such as competitiveness and lack of empathy. In short, they are perceived as disagreeable. According…

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High in Openness (Inquisitive/Inventive/Curious)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

According to several authors, those who are classified as high in openness are open to experiences and share an interest in arts, originality, abstract, and philosophical concepts. According to Jordan B Peterson[1], their focus on…

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High in Neuroticism (Limbic/Sensitive/Nervous)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

People classified as high in Neuroticism, also called emotional instability, tend to be more anxious, vulnerable, and stressed. According to Jordan B Peterson[1], this trait is connected to negativity, propensity to suffer always when facing…

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High in Extraversion (Social/Outgoing/Energetic)

Ana Bravo March 3, 2020

People classified as high in extraversion tend to be more friendly, assertive, and high spirited. They genuinely care about other people and their feelings, which makes them more likable and trustworthy. According to Jordan B…

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ISTP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ISTPs are mainly oriented towards introverted thinking (Ti). This orientation reveals a more analytical perspective for problem-solving, based on the understanding of structures and how to use it in…

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ISTJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ISTJs are mainly oriented towards introverted sensing (Si). This orientation reveals a more subjective perspective for problem-solving, based on relating and comparing previous experiences to new ones.  Secondarily, the…

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ISFP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ISFPs are mainly oriented towards introverted feeling (Fi). This orientation reveals a high attachment to personal values, the ability to understand humanities and concepts, guided by a sense of…

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ISFJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ISFJs are mainly oriented towards introverted sensing (Si). This orientation reveals a more subjective perspective for problem-solving, based on relating and comparing previous experiences to new ones.  Secondarily, the…

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INTP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, INTPs are mainly oriented towards introverted thinking (Ti). This orientation reveals a more analytical perspective for problem-solving, based on the understanding of structures and how to use it in their…

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INTJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the INTJs are mainly oriented towards introverted intuiting (Ni). This orientation reveals a more inner perspective for problem-solving based on the creation of new possibilities, individualistic tact, and inspiration. Secondarily,…

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INFP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the INFPs are mainly oriented towards introverted feeling (Fi). This orientation reveals a high attachment to personal values, the ability to understand humanities and concepts, guided by a sense of…

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INFJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the INFJs are mainly oriented towards introverted feeling (Ni). This orientation reveals a more inner perspective for problem-solving based on the creation of new possibilities, individualistic tact, and inspiration. Secondarily,…

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ESTP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ESTPs are mainly oriented towards extraverted sensing (Se). This orientation reveals a higher need for independence, concrete decision making according to the situation, and adaptable thinking, always in a…

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ESTJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ESTJs are mainly oriented towards extraverted thinking (Te). This orientation reveals more analytical and strategic approaches for decision-making, always in a logical way.  Secondarily, the introverted sensing (Si) composes…

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ESFP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ESFPs are mainly oriented towards extraverted sensing (Se). This orientation reveals a higher need for independence, concrete decision making according to the situation, and adaptable thinking, always in a…

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ENTP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ENTPs are mainly oriented towards extraverted intuiting (Ne). This orientation reveals a more imaginative tendency and focuses on possibilities.  Secondarily, the introverted thinking (Ti) helps compose this type's analytical…

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ENTJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ENTJs are mainly oriented towards extraverted thinking (Te). This orientation reveals more analytical and strategic approaches for decision-making, always in a logical way. Secondarily, the introverted intuiting (Ni) helps…

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ENFP

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ENFPs are mainly oriented towards extraverted intuiting (Ne). This orientation reveals a more imaginative tendency and focus on possibilities.  Secondarily, the introverted feeling (Fi) helps compose this type's attachment…

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ENFJ

Ana Bravo February 29, 2020

According to the MBTI model, the ENFJs are mainly oriented towards extraverted feeling (Fe). This orientation reveals higher interpersonal skills, tending to concentrate on others, and try to understand them, treating harmony between individuals as…

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How to work properly with an EIE (ENFj) partner?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

EIE might paint you beautifully all the difficulties arising from the task; in such cases, break all the work into small successive stages, set the time for the inspection, and strictly demand the most thorough…

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How can Enneagram Type 9 people help themselves to grow?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines should start a daily practice of previewing at the beginning of the day what is essential and reviewing it at the end of the day. Nines should avoid making others more important or more…

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What are the strengths of an Enneagram Type 9 person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines have an innate ability to put people at ease with their steady presence, calmness, and patience.  Also, they feel intensely connected with others and with the universe; so, they can mediate conflicts between people…

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How do I know if someone is an Enneagram Type 9 person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines are hoarders of useless things and don´t know what to throw away or what to keep, so they retain everything. Also, they let people influence them, like to make people happy, avoids any kind…

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What is the best occupation for Enneagram Type 9 people?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines wants an opportunity to help people grow and develop as well as improve the quality of their lives. Not surprisingly, occupations in and about nature attract them.  Also, they are master mediators and diplomats…

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What do Enneagram Type 9 people want in a relationship?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines have a desire for harmony, calm, comfort, and contentment. They like a predictable lifestyle with steady routines and simple pleasures. Also, Nines wish to merge with their partners, but they also want their autonomy…

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Why are Enneagram Types 7 and 9 attracted to each other?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Russell Rowe, Type 7 and Type 9 have a sunny, optimistic attitude and dislike any kind of conflict; consequently, they get along exceptionally well. They seem happy with each other because they are…

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What are some potential problems in a relationship between Enneagram Types 7 and 9?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Russell Rowe, Nines can see Sevens as too unpredictable, inconsistent, self-serving, with a fast-pace and quick thinking. Also, they are impatient, preoccupied with their plans, and unconcerned about their partner's needs. On the…

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How do you identify an Enneagram Type 7 person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Sevens can neglect, deny, or gloss over real issues. Therefore, they don't like dealing with conflict, discomfort, pain, negativity, or unsettled conditions. When you find an Enneagram Type 7, you will see that they are…

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What are the weaknesses of an ESE (ESFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., ESEs experience difficulties with following a strict time frame (e.g. arrive on time, to meet the allotted time, to manage to complete many tasks in a short time). Strict time frames…

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What could be depressing for ESEs (ESFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Udalova E. provides an example when the constant attachment to the place and strict adherence to the schedule after a couple of years lead the female representative of ESE type to a complete loss of…

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What do Enneagram Type 7 and 9 have in common?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Russell Rowe, both love hanging out and going places together with their loved ones but also like having their space and freedom. On the other hand, both can blame each other for not…

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How to befriend an ESE (ESFj) person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Gulenko V.V. suggested that when interacting with ESEs, first of all, you need to show a good attitude toward them, which means that you undoubtedly appreciate and respect their opinion. The author also highlights that…

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What is the optimal working condition for ESEs (ESFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V., the incentive that drives the “Enthusiast” (ESE) is an achievement of high emotional status in the group. Therefore, when interacting with this type, you should demonstrate a good attitude towards them,…

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What are some of the strengths of an ESE (ESFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., ESEs have huge enthusiasm that can captivate a lot of people and even reach the remaining passivity. This type has a desire to provide care to all those who came into…

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How does Enneagram Type 9 could handle Type 8 people at their worst?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Nines need to learn how to speak from themselves when Eights are mistreating them because Eights respect people who stand up for themselves and don’t respect those who don’t; withdrawing will only fuel their aggression…

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How to identify an Enneagram Type 8 individual?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Eights provide the agenda, are decisive and self-confident.  Therefore, you can identify them as active, dynamic, commanding, loud, impatient, and taking hasty actions. Eights are also visually boisterous and energetic. Certainly, these larger-than-life personalities are…

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What can unbalance an ILE (ENTp)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., ILEs may lose interest in life or work if they are constantly facing reproaches of tactlessness and necessity to take care of others. The author highlights that the representatives of this…

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What motivates ILE (ENTp) to work?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Gulenko V.V. highlights that interesting and unique tasks motivate representatives of ILE type. Also, the work must enhance self-development. When assigning such kind of work to ILEs, you should сonvey to them that only they…

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What are the best working conditions for ILE (ENTp)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V., it is necessary to assign interesting and unique tasks for ILEs to enhance their self-development. When assigning such kind of work to ILEs, you should сonvey to them that only they…

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What is the best occupation or career for an ILE (ENTp)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., the best activity for ILEs is research. This type can bring the element of an invention into any activity., ILEs can bring originality and a sharp mind not only to research…

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Why is Enneagram Type 8 attracted to Type 9?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Eights feel attraction towards Nines because of their calmness, steadiness, generosity, stability, and acceptance.  Also, Eights like being around people who they are comfortable to hang out with. Certainly, Eights can have big egos and…

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What are the potential problems in a relationship with an ILE (ENTp)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., ILE can be quite awkward in communication and accidentally offend the interlocutor. Due to this fact, you should not include ILEs in any kind of argument between colleagues. Inappropriate resentment and…

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What are the drawbacks of having an Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Russell Rowe, Eights can be intimidating, pushy, demanding, pressuring, overbearing, combative, confrontational, impulsive, insensitive, excessive, and uncompromising. Eights like to be in control,  and can dismiss others´ opinions when they think they’re right…

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What are the strengths of an ILE (ENTp) person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., ILEs strengths are inventiveness, instant reaction to changing circumstances as well as a creative attitude toward legal and formal-logical tasks. Cohesive, holistic vision helps this type to apply methods of related…

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What are some typical feelings of Enneagram Type 3 people?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Threes have a fear of failure in any area of life. Therefore, they want to avoid the social humiliation of these failures or shameful moments. Additionally, on the positive side, they are idealistic and traditional.…

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What are the drawbacks shared by Enneagram Types 3 and 9?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Threes and Nines rely too much on external approval and pursue non-meaningful goals just for other´s acceptance. Besides, they can have difficulty attending to their deepest feelings, which can make them complacent, disengaged, and dissociated.…

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Is the MBTI useful?

Ana Bravo February 28, 2020

The MBTI is a recognized famous test that assesses personality types and preferences. Personality, for the test, includes the character, behavior, and traits of an individual based on the theories developed by Carl Jung. The…

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What are the best qualities/skills/talents SEI (ISFp) people have?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., SEIs have a good taste, a sense of proportion, will, and perseverance. They can properly evaluate the quality of any product and explain it in detail. Caring and attentive to people,…

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How can an INTP Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The characteristics of INTP children are: INTPs are the most intensely curious of all the children; they are driven by a need to understand the world, and are independent and determinate INTPs are logical and…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type INTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm, parents of INTPs should pay attention to the areas of interest their child, and to encourage and support their child in accomplishing that goal. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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Which are the distinctive features of an INTP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTP may get bored during school and possibly get poor grades as a result. INTPs are easily frustrated by too much noise and talking. They live life inside their heads and find noise a constant…

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Which are the distinctive features of an INTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Susan Storm, the distinctive features of an INTJ child are: INTJ children have a low sill for outside stimulation; to think clearly and be at peace, they need things to be quiet; they…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ENTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Parents should remember that ENTPs can be inventive in a state of perceived "chaos," therefore, it is essential to allow them a little space for the disorder. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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Which are the distinctive features of an ENTP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an ENTP child are: ENTPs may seem messy, and it is difficult for them to follow through their commitments. ENTPs are open to new ideas, adaptable, and have resistance to structure…

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How can an ENTP Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The characteristics of ENTP children are: ENTPs are friendly, energetic, imaginative, curious, innovative, and with a good sense of humor. ENTPs have a natural charm and cleverness that shows through their storytelling ability ENTPs are…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an INTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Parents need to give INTJs opportunities to prove they can take care of themselves; they should explain the basic guideline of what is expected, and then let them live independently in those lines. (Susan Storm,…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type INFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Parents must remind the INFP that they are loved and accepted for who they are, and that criticism does not mean dislike. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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How can an INTJ Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJ children are creative, intellectual, curious, serious, quiet, and look for logic and honesty in everything they do; they have an abundant inner life and love fantasy and science. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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Which are the distinctive features of an ENTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an ENTJ child are: ENTJs love a challenge and are ambitious. Because of this, they can get overwhelmed with a massive amount of obligations- ENTJs don't like to accept help with…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ENTJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

A parent can help ENTJ understand that emotions are not something to be ashamed of. Also, parents should model empathy and tactfulness for ENTJ children. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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How can an ENTJ Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTJ children are independent, logical, stubborn, and ambitious;  ENTJs are curious leaders, creative,  and enthusiastic; they are incredibly determined and outspoken with a significant amount of self-confidence. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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How can an ENFP child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFP children are the most enthusiastic and curious of all the types. ENFPs are dreamers, compassionate, imaginative, friendly, and adventurous. Focus and concentration don't come easily to ENFPs; they are so full of ideas, that…

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Which are the distinctive features of an INFP Child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an INFP Child are: INFP tend to have a hard time forgiving and forgetting. INFPs are introverted feelers, which means they are aware of their feelings; but have a hard time…

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How can an INFP Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFP children have the following characteristics: INFP children are some of the most private and deeply passionate of all the types; on the surface, they may seem cold, but inside their feelings and firmly values.…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ENFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm, parents should try to offer gentle reminders, early in the process, privately and encouragingly to help them finish their endeavors. However, as they get older, it's essential to let…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ENFP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an ENFP child are: ENFPs are enthusiastic, brilliant, insightful, and can take on more projects than they can handle, which can lead to them feel frustrated. ENFPs may have trouble in…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ENFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm, ENFJ children have the following distinctive features: ENFJs are sociable and get recharge energy from being around people; being alone or cooped up in their house will be excruciating…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type INFJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm, if you’re parenting an INFJ you need to follow these recommendations: Try to make sure you are giving your child time to daydream. Try to protect your child from…

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Which are some distinctive features of an INFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an INFJ child are: INFJs are intellectual, empathetic, and concerned with the world; they are always trying to understand the meaning of everything. INFJs are imaginative children who live inside a…

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How can an INFJ Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJ children are dreamers, highly imaginative, and creative, and also very private and protective of their inner worlds. They are often quiet, kind, and sensitive, but if one of their values is questioned, they can…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ENFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJ idealize their relationships and can feel tortured with ideas of neglection when they are criticized. It would be helpful for parents of ENFJs to express their unconditional love for their child frequently, especially before…

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How can an ENFJ child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJ children are enthusiastic, creative, and warm; they are highly sociable, loving to make others happy and looking for harmony in all their relationships. ENFJs have a powerful belief system, are expressive and thoughtful, often…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ISFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ISFP children, are: ISFPs struggle with planning; for this reason, extended projects and are overwhelming for them. Parents of ISFP children can help by breaking…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ISFP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm the distinctive features on an ISFP child are: ISFPs are sensitive and quickly get their feelings hurt; yelling, spankings or criticism can make them feel very vulnerable and stressed.…

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How can an ISFP Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFP children are gentle, easy-going, compassionate, sensitive, and often inclined to art, music, and style. ISFPs have a desire to make beautiful things; they care deeply for their loved ones and like to make the…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ESFP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs like being around people, having fun outside of their houses. They love to interact with people and can be noisy and get right up in people's faces in their animation and exuberance. ESFPs can…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ISTP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs are curious and a free spirit; they love to explore the world, so being in a rigid and structured environment can be stressful for them. Listening is the weakest skill of the ISTP, but…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ISTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ISTP children, are: Growing up with “Feeler” style parents can be a good and a bad thing for ISTP children; while they enjoy the positivity…

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How can an ESFP Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author Susan Storm, ESFP children are entertainers; they love to laugh and make other people laugh; they are probably the most extroverted of all the types, needing human connection always. ESFPs are…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ESFP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Accordin to the author Susan Storm, ESFPs hate to have to wait around or sit still for very long; they have high energy, so being forced to sit at school frustrating to them; even though…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising a child type ESFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs want approval and affection, so harsh discipline can damage their self-esteem, and they can end up feeling like they will never do anything right. Parents of ESFP children should involve them in sports or…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ISFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an ISFJ child are: ISFJs like a familiar, consistent routine; unexpected situations like moving, family crises, or switching schools are very frightening for them. ISFJs want to know what to expect…

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How can an ESTP child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTPs are full of energy and excitement; always on the go and willing to push the limits. ESTPs have a good sense of humor, making jokes and entertaining those around them. ESTPS delightful, enthusiastic, and…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ESTP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The distinctive features of an ESTP child are: ESTP children are curious and impulsive and are hard for them, remembering or observing rules. ESTPs use their senses a lot; they want to touch, taste, see…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ESTP child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ESTP children, are: ESTP requires a lot of patience from parents and a consistent discipline that isn't charged with anger; they respect discipline if it's…

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How can an ISTP child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTP children are highly independent, realistic, and with incredible tactical abilities. ISTPs are adventurous, hands-on, logical, resourceful, generous, and fun-loving children. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ISFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ISFJ children, are: ISFJ children are susceptible and gentle and will find conflict- stressful. A confrontation of any kind is unpleasant to them, and if…

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How can an ISFJ Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJ children are loving, kind, and considerate. These quiet types look for close, nurturing relationships and a secure and stable life. These children like to be of service to others and satisfaction from taking care…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ESFJ children?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Discipline stresses an ESFJ child; loud, angry, or harsh voices frustrate them. They quickly apologize, taking the blame even if they didn't make something wrong because they want to bring everything back to a peaceful…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ESFJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ESFJ children, are: Parents need to reassure their children of their love and tell them regularly that everything will be fine. ESFJs want to know…

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Which are the distinctive features of ESFJ children?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJ children need activity and socialization. They want companionship and outlets for their energy, and if they're paired with introverted parents, they feel pushed aside. They hate conflict, as it can cause them a tremendous…

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Which are the unique childhood struggles of the ISTJ children?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJ can get very frustrated by unexpected changes, interruptions, or new situations they aren't prepared for. When pushed into a unique position or background, they can feel out of control and frightened. Another thing that…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ISTJ kid?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ISTJ children, are: The ISTJ isn't empathetic. A parent should try to model empathy and tactfulness for their ISTJ child, and rephrase insensitive comments back…

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Which are the distinctive features of ISTJ children?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJ children need a lot of time in solitude and hate to be pushed into social situations. They want a time of isolation; and often enjoy reading books, encyclopedias, and playing games. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ISTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Try to reward ISTJs with increasing amounts of personal control as they grow up. Show them that you like their responsibility by paying it with trust. ISTJ children want to be trusted. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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How can an ESFJ Child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJ children are sensitive and practical. They want to be loved and appreciated, and like all SJ children, they crave structure, consistency, and familiarity. ESFJ children are very family-oriented, very affectionate, and easily make new…

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How can an ESTJ child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The ESTJ child is responsible and task-oriented; they like to keep other kids in line and getting things done. ESTJs love structure and order are highly logical, practical, active, and love the company of others.…

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How can an ISTJ child be described?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJ children are often serious and quiet but have outstanding intelligence. These responsible children are realistic, down-to-earth, and knowledgeable. They look for peace but enjoy the company of a few close friends. ISTJs are very…

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Which are the distinctive features of an ESTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The ESTJs don't like last-minute changes in plans or interruptions; new experiences can be scary for them. They want consistent routines; frequent moves, crises, or life changes can be traumatic too because they like to…

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Which advice is essential to parents on raising an ESTJ child?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The recommendations of MBTI practitioner Susan Storm, for parents with ESTJ children, are: ESTJs want their parents to be "the parent." They will frustrate if one parent is permissive and the other not because they…

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Which are the unique childhood struggles of the ESTJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTJ children prefer being with friends and familiarity; they are people-oriented, active, and prefer being outside rather than being locked up in their homes. (Susan Storm, 2015.)

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What pleases or inspires a LIE (ENTj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V., the incentive that drives LIE personalities is their status. In other words, commanding other people gives much more pleasure to LIE than obeying them. Besides, they will always seek an environment…

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What are some of the negative shared traits of Enneagram Types 3 and 9?

Usman Aslam March 6, 2020

Some of the negative shared traits of Threes and Nines are that they depend too much on external approval. Therefore,  they pursue goals that hold no real interest or personal meaning, just for gaining acceptance…

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How do you create the best workplace environment for LIE (ENTj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V., the LIE personality as your employee strives for business clarity. Besides, he does not like to act without preparation and plans her events in advance. Moreover, this type of person can…

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Which percentage of people in the world are INTJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

In a recent study, practitioners found that 449 people tested as INTJs out of a pool of 8,836 people, however after a more in-depth investigation, it turned out that in fact, 698 were INTJs, this is the 7.9% of…

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What is the prevailing attitude of an INTJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs have an attitude of leading instead of following. INTJ has a higher value on achievements and results; least bothered about the process. These INTJ people are more likely to enjoy aesthetic and don’t believe…

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What is the best occupation for LII (INTj) people?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., the best occupation for LIIs is the search for meaning and the systematization of large amounts of information. The representatives of this type can also be successful in professions which require…

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What are the best qualities of an LII (INTj) person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

The author of the book, Udalova E., observed that LIIs can perfectly systematize the most complex and multiple factor phenomenon. The forebodings of this type are completely trustworthy. Udalova E. highlighted that expert formal logic…

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What are the common interests of an INTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Anna Moss, INTJs may find physical activities annoying; for example, they may choose to take a book to a recess instead. One of the favorite INTJ hobbies is to find a hidey-hole like…

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Are INTJs trusted to perform an investigation?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs have an intuitive method of detection; they would find one tiny clue and "just know" that a suspect was the killer. Because of their imaginative detective style, they can picture entire scenes in their…

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What depresses/irritates an LII (INTj) person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., the most difficult thing for LII types is to endure force pressure and aggression from others. They cannot keep their territory in the presence of a “pushing” partner. Power methods, strict…

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How is it to marry an INTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Anna Moss, a study found that INTJs expressed moderately low satisfaction with their marriage/intimate relationship compared to other types. INTJs can bring objective analysis to situations that can only be assessed by their…

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What do INTJs seek out in a relationship?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs expect fidelity, mutual support, mutual commitment, intellectual stimulation, and having fun together from their spouse. INTJ is excited to find someone who can keep up with them in a conversation and grows to appreciate…

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What is the best career for an INTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs tended to be confident in their ability to do research and on conventional jobs. Careers that are oriented towards helping others, researching, problem-solving, analyzing complex issues, and scientific pursuits are best suited. (Anna Moss,…

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How to maintain a friendship or befriend an INTJ?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Anna Moss, people find INTJs reserved, distant, and a little bit enigmatic; because they are private people, it takes a while to get to know an INTJ. They prefer a tight, intimate circle…

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How does an INTJ person learn best?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

When INTJs get excited about a theme of interest, they will absorb the information with a lot of enthusiasm. INTJs are attracted by theories, ideas, and all kinds of abstract topics with global importance. INTJs…

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How can Enneagram Type 9 help themselves grow?

Usman Aslam May 6, 2020

Nines should preview in the early morning what is essential and review it at the end of the day. Also, they should avoid making others more important or considering them more intelligent than them as well…

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Which are some typical attitudes of Enneagram Type 9 people?

Usman Aslam April 20, 2020

All Nines seem to have a modest, unassuming, almost egoless persona.  Also,  they appear open-minded, non-judgmental, and patient. Nines want to keep their peace of mind, and for that reason, they are "peacemakers" who dislike…

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How do you befriend an Enneagram Type 9 person?

Usman Aslam March 13, 2020

Nines always look for elements of commonality that can bring people together. Therefore, to win their friendship, you need to find common ground with them. For example, they like those people who have accepted themselves…

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What are some visual clues that can be seen on an EII (INFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V., EIIs can be “Confessors” and “Conciliators”.  The first one, EII “Confessor”, is sincerely religious or follows some ethical system. “Confessors” are unobtrusive and restrained, sometimes ascetic, strict with themselves, and others…

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Are EII (INFj) trusted to perform management?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Ovcharov A.A., EIIs are reliable when it comes to management because they are also passionate and determined. This type prefers the “Democratic” management style in which they usually take the  "Delegatory" role. EIIs…

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As an EII (INFj), how do you have fun?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V EIIs have very few close friends to have fun with. As an EII, you will find yourself reading a book or going out for a movie or quiet restaurant with a…

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How to work efficiently with an EIE (ENFj) employee?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to the author, Gulenko V.V., EIEs work messily, and sometimes people cannot get any concrete results but the beautiful talk about all difficulties arising in the process of task completion. EIEs will also try…

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How do you create the best working conditions for an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V, EIE's work should serve personal growth as well as promote self-improvement. Therefore, they like the work to allow expressing their propaganda leanings. Employers should more often send an EIE to all…

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What are the needs & desires of an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Gulenko V.V. highlights that EIEs, also known as “Mentors”, prefer freedom in creativity and willingly demonstrate their abilities. The pursuit of uniqueness drives this type. The “Mentors” like order and discipline in everything, but it…

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How to teach an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., EIE's interest in studying disappears when programs of physical and technical institutes rely on personal qualities. You should always pay attention to learning such programs because they cannot be mastered without…

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What is the behavior of EIEs (ENFj) at workplaces?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., EIEs like extreme tasks requiring nerve tension and speed. They also like the state of enthusiasm and know how to adequately use the adrenaline that has arisen. This type can masterfully…

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What is the best career or occupation for an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., the best activity for EIEs is vivid public performances because the good management of people's emotions brings them well-deserved recognition. EIEs can also achieve success by applying their intuition in historical…

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What are the talents of an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Udalova E. noticed that EIE can learn the well-explained techniques and tell them to grateful listeners. EIE perfectly imitates business style and demonstrates enterprise. They may be carried away by the power aspects of life…

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What are the weaknesses of an EIE (ENFj)?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova E., the hardest thing for EIE type is close contact with specific manifestations of life. They do not fully understand their own feelings. It is not easy for them to understand whether…

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How to please or cheer up an EIE (ENFj) person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Udalova V., EIEs love the state of enthusiasm and can use the arising adrenaline in the right way. That is why the bright performance brings them the deserved recognition. EIEs enjoy conversations about…

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What is the general communication style of ISTJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJs are so tranquil that is hard to know if comments affect them, they only share their perspectives carefully and fast, but these perspectives are logical and factual. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How do ISTJs learn best?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJs learn best when the steps, directions, and objectives are expressed clearly; they prefer to analyze the concepts internally before telling others. (Roger R. Pearman, Michael M.Lombardo, Robert W. Eichinger; 2005-2016.)

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How is it to be married to an ISTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to David Keirsey ISTJs are a source of strength to their spouses; they regard with great respect their marriage, are loyal, faithful, serious and committed with their partners (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How are ISTJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJs are steady and consistent with their children; they want them to follow the rules they established. They teach their children household skills and don't stand rebelliousness. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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Which are some career choices for an ISTJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

With enough extraversion, ISTJs will be competent executives. They can also be good lawyers, transcribers, and accountants (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)  

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What are the characteristics of ISTJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTJs are meticulous, hardworking, practical, logical, analytic, and decisive. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the general communication style of ISFJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJs are kind, empathetic, reliable, and considered with others; they think their comments before they speak to assure there don't hurt people with them. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ISFJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJs are very protective parents who teach their children to follow and honor the rules and traditions. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What type of profession is suitable for an ISFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJs perform well as assistants, curators, librarians, middle managers, general doctors, nurses, or insurance brokers. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the characteristics of ISFJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJs are loyal, considerate, realistic, systematic, responsible, and interested in the "common welfare." They are also adaptable to routine and patient. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are the drawbacks of being an ISFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFJs tend to be workaholics that are often misunderstood and underappreciated; these can cause them resentment and undeserved suffering. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How are INTJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs are dedicated and caring parents that consider their children their highest priority in life; they always support them and help them develop their potential. They also understand that children need limits, so they don't…

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What are the characteristics of INTJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs are determined, intuitive, imaginative, and have difficulties expressing what they want. INTJS are the most independent types, and they are very proud of it. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the general communication style of INTJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTJs often pick hypotheses and ideas as subjects. INTJs can react competently to situations and problems you present them. In communication, INTJs are usually analytic, systematic, understandable, judgmental and impersonal. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah…

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What are the best career choices for an INFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to their strengths, INFPs could perform well as priests, missionaries, social workers, researchers, teachers, or counselors. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the drawbacks of being an INFP person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFPs often don't have confidence in themselves; they feel that something is wrong with them and see themselves as an "ugly duckling." (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the characteristics of INFP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFPs are calm, friendly, empathic, unique, kind, caring, idealistic, collaborative, philanthropic, and have an abstract communication. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the best career choices for an INFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFPs are excellent counselors, teachers, and psychologists. They also excel in fields such as science, research, art, and literature. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are some traits of INFPs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFPs are inward-looking, adaptable, kind, and are always looking at what to say to harmonize the situation. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How is it to be married to an INFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJs are very committed partners, though they are not always interested in sexual relationships, they do show their affection and romantic side, but only when they want, such style may confuse their spouses sometimes. (David…

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What is the communication style of INFJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJ are grateful in their comments liking to know the motives of values of others in a conversation; they want to learn about people and to involve or to relate to serious academic study. (Roger…

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How are INFJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJs are dedicated parents that bond and identity firmly with their children. They are good friends of their children, very affectionate but discipline them firmly when is necessary. Additionally, they care about the comfort, physical,…

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What are the INFJ’s needs in a relationship?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJs want to have peaceful relationships, they have only a few close friends, but their friendships tend to be profound and long-standing. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the best career choices for an INFJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Keirsey INFJs have the skills to become doctors, psychologists, psychiatrists, counselors, or teachers, but above all, therapeutic counseling is the most suited profession for them. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How do INFJs perform at school?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJs enjoy school; they are very creative and have high performance. They are very perfectionists and like to solve problems. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are some characteristics of an INFJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INFJs are visionary, like to solve challenges; they care about harmony and are concerned about human welfare. Even though they are introverts, they prefer to communicate by the spoken word. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter…

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What are some useful ESTP traits?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTPs are action-oriented and pay attention to all parts of a situation; their critical nature is eclipsed by their capability to solve current problems (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ESTP as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Keirsey ESTPs are spirited and spontaneous parents; they will organize luxurious birthday parties for their children and buy them the latest toys. They will force their children to join competitive or even dangerous…

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What are the drawbacks of an ESTP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTPs are unpredictable with their relationships, hardly letting anyone get too close emotionally. Additionally, they have a low tolerance for conflict or anxiety. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What kind of profession is suitable for an ESTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Since ESTPs are excellent negotiators, they could perform well as administrators, entrepreneurs, sales representatives, lawyers, real estate developers, or even show business producers. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the characteristics of ESTP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTPs are practical, tolerant, reliable, and capable of enjoying life and competent learners. They prefer to make decisions with thinking instead of feeling making them more aware of the consequences of their choices. (Isabel Briggs…

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How are ENTJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

As parents, ENTJs demonstrate that they are in charge of letting their children know their expectations and the consequences of disobeying. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How is it to marry an ENTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTJs take the lead at their houses, being the ones who make decisions. ENTJs have high expectations of their spouses, so they should have a strong personality and high self-esteem. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What type of job is suitable for an ENTJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTJs are happy with a job that makes no demand for intuition; they need a job where they can solve problems because they are very good at finding solutions. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B.…

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What are the characteristics of ENTJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTJs are influential leaders that prefer intuition above sense; they are curious, visionary, and concern about long-term situations. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the general communication style of ENTJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTJs are analytical in their communication showing their ingenuousness addressing a problem; their interaction is fast-paced, providing conjecture, analysis, and action. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How do ESTJs perform at school?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTJs are exemplar students, they follow well the teachers' instructions doing their homework good, and on time, they rarely question their professors' teaching method. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How are ESTJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTJs define obligations and want their kids to fulfill them. They are loyal, attentive, and will always remember special occasions; they worry too much about their children's education and don't like rebellious behaviors. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the drawbacks of an ESTJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTJs may not be sensible to other's emotions or opinions; they aren't good listeners to opposing views and have difficulties to remain open to the views of the people that are close to them. (David…

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What are the best career choices for an ESTJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESTJs have a natural inclination for business and industry, production, and construction. They can perform as outstanding administrators. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are the characteristics of ESTJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers ESTJs are analytical, energetic, and value truth in the form of fact. They look at the world with their five senses, not with the intuition. They are tolerant of routine, concern for…

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What is the general communication style of ESTJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

When communicating, ESTJs are uncompromisingly direct and honest in their interactions where pragmatic action endorsed, they are faithful, but if they are not convinced, they don't accept other points of view. (Roger R. Pearman &…

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What is the general communication style of an ESFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs have a pragmatic and down-to-earth response when other people show enjoyment, they solve problems creatively and awaken sympathy and acceptance. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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What are the best career choices for an ESFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs can be performing artists, business sales representatives, real estate agents, public relationists, elementary school teachers, or social workers. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the drawbacks of an ESFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs are easily more drawn into temptation than other types because they like to enjoy life. Additionally, their impulsiveness and hedonism make them vulnerable to being seduced by the desire of the moment. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How are ESFPs with romantic relationships?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs don't have a problem expressing their emotions and affection to their partners. Thy is prone to fall in love quickly and can even seem promiscuous to other types, but they are simply very open…

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What are the characteristics of the ESFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFPs are realistic, easy-going, adaptable, conservative, curious about new things. They make decisions with feelings instead of thinking; they are friendly and goof handling human contact. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the communication style of an ENTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTPs involve lively in conversations asking inventive questions; they prefer to answer in an unconventional way; they are adaptable but like to gather more information to analyze it. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ENTPs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTPs have lots of hobbies, but they don't have the skills to teach those hobbies to their children. Also, ENTPs are inconsistent with their children, some times they can be very dedicated, or sometimes they…

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What could be a drawback for an ENTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTPs rely so much on the skills that sometimes can not prepare themselves properly for a specific task. Even if they fail, they will not believe their capabilities are insufficient; they will create ways of…

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What are the best career choices for an ENTP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Meyers ENTPs could be inventors, scientists, troubleshooters, promoters, or almost anything they are interested in being. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are the characteristics of ENTP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENTPs are independent, persuasive, analytical, impersonal when relating to other people, hate routine, and are concerned with how others affect their projects. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)  

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How are ENFPs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFPs are dedicated but unpredictable in taking care of their children, sometimes they can be friendly or sometimes authoritarian, but since they fear losing a good relationship with their children, they let their partners be…

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How is it to be married to an ENFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFPs are attractive, kind, and charming partners. They like to surprise their partners, but their homes can swing from luxury items to missing necessities; they are not interested in housekeeping or house administration activities. (David…

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What are the drawbacks of being an ENFP person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFPs think that a part of them is separated from their experience. Although they have intense feelings, they have the risk of losing contact with their emotions. They don't like subordination, and even though they…

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What are the best career choices for an ENFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers ENFPs may be good in counseling, teaching, science, art, advertising, sales, or almost any field they want. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are the characteristics of ENFP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers ENFPs are enthusiastic, concern with people's needs, and good at solving them. Additionally, they are versatile, independent, individual, and tireless. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the communication style of ENFPs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFPs communicate zest and vitality, they are flexible and open to alternatives, they connect the present situation to similar previous situations, amiable and articulated about values. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ESFJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs are dedicated parents that make sacrifices to ensure their children have everything they need physically and emotionally. They think their children are an extension of them; they feel proud when their children behave well…

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What is the communication style of ESFJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs are affectionate and outspoken, faithful and unassuming conversationalists, ensure that no one gets left out, and assess concepts with facts. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How is it to be married to an ESFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs are faithful and caring with their partners, doing the best they can to keep a happy marriage and willing to stand in sickness and in health with their spouses. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the drawbacks of an ESFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs can be pessimistic and think that the worst things will happen; they take very serious other people's opinions and at the point that they can feel humiliated by criticism or discouraged if they are…

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What are the best career choices for an ESFJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs love serving others and have a concern for physical conditions, so an ideal position for them could be in the health field as pediatricians or nurses. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What are the characteristics of ESFJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ESFJs are practical, conventional, and very conversational. They love to have a good living, so they like beautiful homes, adornments, and possessions. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the communication style of an ISTPs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs seem disengaged when communicating though they are kind, friendly, and patient; they have imaginative answers, but their questions are unconventional to the rest of the world (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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What are the drawbacks of ISTP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs like to follow their own rules; they are impulsive, ignore authority, and prefer recreation above responsibility. Additionally, they are fearless in their activities despite frequent lesions. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the characteristics of ISTP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs are masters in operation and command of tools, concrete with their words, active, fast-paced, spontaneous, and have a significant need to practice stimulant activities. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How is it to be friends with an ISTP person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs can be very devoted to their friends; they will offer them their skills and time to help them with mechanical jobs or repairing their houses, but it is better for their friends to not…

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What are the best career choices for an ISTP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISTPs are interested in applied sciences, especially in the mechanic field. Also, their ability to absorb details and facts can be applied in economics as security analysts or as market and sales analysts. Additionally, they…

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What is the general communication style of ISFPs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs are so inward-looking that their actions say more than words; in a conversation, they are the ones who give practical and trustable information. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ISFPs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs are good friends and like to play with their children, but they can be challenging to understand and can put a barrier in their relationship. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How are ISFPs in romantic relationships?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs want their homes to be a safe place, even though they enjoy their personal space, they value steadiness and tolerance of their partners. They are good friends with their spouses and will bare conflict…

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What are the best career choices for an ISFP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs prefer general medical practice. They may also find satisfaction in areas that require good taste and a sense of beauty and proportion. They are also outstanding in professions that require craftsmanship and professions oriented…

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What are the characteristics of ISFP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs see the needs of the moment and try to meet them. They are devoted and adaptable. They tend to underestimate themselves a lot, that's why they are probably modest of all the types. (Isabel…

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What could be a drawback for an ISFP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ISFPs are the types that more likely will suffer a deficit of self-confidence. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)

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What is the general communication style of INTPs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTPs prefer to observe conversations without getting too involved asking just the essential questions to understand the logic of the discussions; they seem adaptable, but they are not easily convinced. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah…

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How are INTPs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTPs are very dedicated parents; they like to spend time with their children and take their education very seriously. Generally, they treat their children well and encourage them to take responsibility for their actions. (David…

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How is it to marry an INTP person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTPs are easy to live with, loyal, faithful, and take their relationships very seriously, but some times they can forget important dates like birthdays or anniversaries. They don't care much about social events, so they…

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What are some characteristics of the INTP personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

INTPs are analytic logical, relativistic, creative, independent, determined, not easily convinced, reserved, very attentive, and they enjoy designing systems and structures. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the best career choices for an INTP personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers and Myers, INTPs are the most intellectual of all types; therefore, they perform proper working as researchers, scholars, theorists, or abstract thinkers in economics, science, mathematics, and philosophy fields. (Isabel Briggs Myers…

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What could be a drawback for an INTP?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers and Myers, INTPs can be tempted by their intuition resulting in thinking that an attractive possibility could be achieved; if they don't check the relevant facts and limitations of this possibility, they…

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What is the general communication style of ENFJs?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJs are engaging socially, outspoken, and friendly; they show their empathy and appraisal to others; they like the communication interactions that increase their knowledge. (Roger R. Pearman & Sarah C. Albritton,1997.)

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How are ENFJs as parents?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

Even though ENFJs are very dedicated parents, they don't tend to be bossy; instead, they are very loving and supportive, so much that they can sometimes be taken advantage of by their children. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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How is it to marry an ENFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJ are ideal partners; they do everything they can to encourage love and harmony and are very dedicated to assuring their loved one is happy. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the drawbacks of an ENFJ person?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJs can become over-involved and overwhelmed with other people's problems; if they are forced to let go of relationships, they experience tremendous guilt. (David Keirsey,1998.)

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What are the best career choices for an ENFJ personality?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

According to Myers and Briggs, ENFJs can have an excellent performance in careers like teaching, career counseling, personal counseling, priesthood, or psychiatrists. (Isabel Briggs Myers and Peter B. Myers, 1980.)  

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What are the characteristics of ENFJ personalities?

Usman Aslam February 28, 2020

ENFJs are visionary types, full of imagination and curious about new ideas, for example, new books or new academic interests. Additionally, they are good at expressing their thoughts (better verbally than written). (Isabel Briggs Myers…

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What should I do with my kid when they get anxious about an activity?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Jordan Peterson, if one exposes their inhibited child continually to the things that make them anxious in measured doses, their psychophysiological temperament can be transformed. This exposition is more effective than making them…

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What would be some frames of reference to identify traits like extroversion and introversion?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Dr. Jordan Peterson some frames of reference for the extroverts would be that they value being with people and when they come into a room full of people, they perceive it as an…

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What is the utility of the trait Openness on the Big-5 model?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Dr. Jordan Peterson if you think about 'preference to fiction', which is a part of the trait openness to novelty, the utility in being skilled in fiction is that it allows you to…

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Is it useful to try to be different regarding one’s big-5 traits?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Learning how to activate propensities can provide us a wide range of social tool kit. For example, an agreeable person can learn to be disagreeable so that people can't push them around and a disagreeable…

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How to activate a different propensity within us?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Dr. Jordan Peterson some genetic propensities are always active in our personalities and some switch through various particular exercises for the specific propensities. It takes work, dedication and discipline when one has to…

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What should an alienated disagreeable person do to improve his social life?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Dr. Jordan Peterson the most promising treatment for alienated disagreeable people is to get them to do something for someone once a day just as a practice and to learn how to do…

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Why is it important to consider the viewpoints of people opposing to yours?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Jordan Peterson, opposite people will not only tell you things you don’t know but also show you ways to see the world in a way you don’t see it. Besides, they'll have a…

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Why is it important to teach kids social manners from the age of four?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Jordan Peterson, other kids won't play with a kid not adequately educated, which would alienate the kid from the rest. This kid will grow up to be anti-social and aggressive in the approach…

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What’s an adequate career according to IQ?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Dr. Jordan Peterson to be the 'best' in a certain area a person would need to have at IQ of at least 145 and in some cases 160 also considering other factors like…

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What type of jobs fits the big-5 traits?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Every personality has a different type of intelligence and it is vital to identify it before taking up any job. An agreeable person should look for a job having a cooperative environment and not a…

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How do you know you are ‘S’ style and not ‘C’ style?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Because of a person's qualities. “If a person has the qualities like being gentle, accommodating, and soft-hearted, then they are said to be 'S' whereas if a person is more of a private one, logical,…

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How do you differ ‘D’ style from ‘I’ style?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The difference is that “ 'D' style is more direct, strong-willed, and determined, whereas 'I' style is sociable, talkative, outgoing, and cheerful.” (William Moulton Marston, 1928).

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Can a person have two DISC types? How?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Yes, a person can have two DISC styles, types or traits, because “everyone who takes DiSC assessment gets plotted on the Everything DiSC Map. A person can incline towards the 'D' style region and also…

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How do D, I, S & C motivate others?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Individuals with personality traits D, I, S & C, motivate others like this: " 'D’ motivates to work hard and put in long hours whereas 'I' helps others to stay positive. 'S' inspires people to…

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What type of activity is ideal for a ‘C’ child between the ages of 9-13 years old?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

‘C' style children like to know specifically what they are doing and why. They prefer organized and sequenced activities. Pell-mell group activities are not recommended for them. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)

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What are the main differences between children with an ‘I’ style and an ‘S’ style?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Whereas an ‘I'  style child prefers unplanned entertainment, an  ‘S' child prefers stable and planned activities in small groups. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)  

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How can parents encourage a ‘D’ between the ages of 9-13 years old child to acquire a new skill?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

To acquire a new skill, parents should let the child to pounder new ideas of how to add this new skill in his daily life. If this doesn't work, parents should propose options, but at…

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What are the personality characteristics of a ‘D’ child between the ages of 9-13 years old?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Children with a D-style personality tend to be headstrong and like to set objectives and make decisions on their own. (DISCInsights 1985-2019)

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Which advice shouldn’t parents be giving to their children according to DISC?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Because every child has a different personality type, some advice might fall on deaf ears; therefore, parents should avoid doing the following: Don't tell a ‘D' child to avoid being bossy Don't tell an ‘I’…

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Is it possible for parents to reinvent and recharge their relationship with their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Yes. From all relationships, the parent-child relationship is one of the most important to be nurtured continuously. DISC can help reinvent and recharge this relationship in five ways: “Appreciate your children for who they are,…

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Is it natural for parents to feel disconnected from their kids?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Yes. For parents, it's very reasonable sometimes to feel disconnected from their kids. Children develop their own identity as they grow; they become more independent and sometimes have a different personality than their parents. (Tiffany…

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Is it possible that a child is a combination of two DISC styles?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Yes. No one is 100% defined in a particular style. People, in general, are the combination of two styles. For example, children that are people-oriented, sometimes prefer large groups and other times smaller, this means…

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Which are the indicators of Dove (S) Children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The 10 key indicators of Owl Children are: “Don’t like getting dirty, messy, or sticky Have a gift for taking things apart to understand how they work and can then put them back together Endlessly…

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Which are the indicators of Owl (C) Children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The 10 key indicators of Dove Children are: “Take their time when learning to walk Eat, drink, and move slowly and methodically Go to bed without a fight Get pleasure from helping others Play by…

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Which are the indicators of Parrot (I) Children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The 10 key indicators of Parrot Children are: “Happily get dirty or messy Add comedy and practical jokes to everyday life Have a limited attention span Need constant stimulation Have several groups of friends, such…

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Which are the indicators of Eagle (D) Children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The 10 key indicators of Eagle Children are: “Crawl and walk early Can be bossy with other children React defiantly when they hear the word no Insist upon their own rules, such as determining their…

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Which indicators do parents need to pay attention to in order to identify their child’s DISC style?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

The authors of Taking Flight!, have identified 10 key indicators for each style to help you soar with your child. Check the link for further information. (Merrick  Rosenberg & Daniel Silvert,2012)#bookad

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Which could be one of the biggest challenges of parenting?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parenting has a lot of changes and challenges; you're responsible for the life and development of a person as a whole. One of the most significant difficulties could be "understanding why your child behaves the…

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Can the Four DISC styles be used with children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Yes. According to Heather Hafner, children have unique traits that help to recognize their primary style. In the book “Taking Flight!” , Rosenberg and Silvert explain how to pair the styles with birds. This representation…

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What is a standard parenting limitation of Enneagram Type 1 personalities?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 1 personality (or moralizers) are "obsessively self-critical." Therefore, they want to be perfect in all areas of their life, including parenting. Also, they continuously criticize themselves if they believe they could do…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 1 personality teach their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 1  personality  (or moralizers) "focus on the details and facts." Consequently, they teach their children to clear their ideas and understand everything they are studying in-depth.  Also, they don't recommend shortcuts and…

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What displeases parents with Enneagram Type 1 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 1 personality (or moralizers) are displeased when their children "don't do things properly." They are perfectionists who also want their children to be like them. They can get mad when their children…

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What is the prevailing attitude of parents with Enneagram Type 1 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 1 personality ( or moralizers) "do it right or don't do it at all." They believe in being unique and are inspiring and uplifting as parents. They want to do everything for…

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How is it to spend leisure time with an Enneagram Type-1 parent?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

According to Levine, parents with the Type 1 personality (or moralizers) "have no leeway to schedule time off for pleasure and fun." They focus on fulfilling their responsibilities. Therefore they find spending leisure time as…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 1 personality communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 1 personality ( or moralizers) "have a convincing way of communicating." For instance, if they begin a conversation with an objective in mind, they will ensure that they get their point across…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of parents with Enneagram Type 1 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with  Type 1 personality  (or moralizers) have a "preoccupation with correctness." Therefore, they want to do everything, including parenting, correctly. Besides, these parents want everything to be perfect and don't want to make any…

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How do Enneagram Type-1 personalities parent their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Individuals with Type 1 personality ( or moralizers )set standards and critic themselves. Therefore, they want to do everything correctly live up to their standards. Also, they uplift and inspire their children and build their…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality prioritize things?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents Type 9  personality (or  peacekeepers) "believe that everything happens in its own time." Consequently, they will often shy away from prioritizing as they want to devote equal time and attention to different areas of…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality communicate with children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type Nine personality (or peacekeepers) want to "smooth it; keep it flat."  Therefore, they prefer a balanced approach. Also, they are great mediators, excellent at listening to their children, and are fair.  Additionally,…

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What motivates a parent with the Enneagram Type 9 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with  Type 9 personalities  (or peacekeepers)  are "motivated by the agendas of others." Therefore, they prioritize the needs of their children and want to fulfill all their expectations.  Also, these parents will often sacrifice…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality deal with anger?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 9 personality or peacekeepers "become obstinate rather than display over anger." They believe that showing anger will have a negative or damaging impact on their children. These parents rarely get angry, and…

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Which is a frequent preoccupation of parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 9  or peacekeeper  personality are concerned with "avoiding conflict." Therefore, it is tiring for them to argue with their children as they prefer a relaxed parenting approach. Conflicts are alien to them,…

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What stresses an Enneagram Type 9 parent?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with the Type Nine or peacekeeper personality find it stressful to "set priorities and make timely decisions." They find it challenging when they must decide between their work and children or take the side…

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How does a LSE (ESTj) help the team to function?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Gulenko V.V., the good LSE can ensure a quality workflow and tries to create all conditions for coordinated work. Due to their energy and organizational talent, LSEs can perform a “coordinator” role as…

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Recommendations for ESE (ESFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Tolkacheva N.N. suggested the following recommendation for ESE type: Watch your emotions and do not try to take everything personally; Find advisers among acquaintances-logicians for complex, confusing problems; (Tolkacheva N.N., 2011.)

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Recommendations for SLE (ESTp) and ILE (ENTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Tolkacheva N.N. suggested the following recommendations for SLE and ILE: To study and observe the rules of etiquette, diplomacy; Consciously develop communication skills (adherence to social norms in communication, possession of complex communicative skills, for…

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Brief description of the relationship of ILE (ENTp) and ESE (ESFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Tolkacheva N.N., in an activation relationship, between an ILE and an ESE, people are pushing each other's activity. Relations are favorable, but there is no full compensation, fatigue from each other can grow…

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Brief description of the strengths and weaknesses of managers (ST or SLE/ESTp, SLI/ISTp, LSE/ESTj, and LSI/ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Devyatkin A.S. and Tsypulev D. Yu., “Managers'' are people with practical thinking. They achieve their potential in the management of something. Author highlights that they are good at the technological process and management…

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What are the best career for Socials (SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, and ESI/ISFj)?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the authors Devyatkin A.S. and Tsypulev D.Yu., socials may be the best in work where specific care regarding people's physical state as well as their emotional one is necessary. In general, this care…

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Activity incentive for introverts(I) with a predominance of sensory function (LII/INTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, EII/INFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. observed that introverts with a predominance of sensory function (SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, ESI/ISFj, SLI/ISTp), are focused on improving well-being and quality of life. The representatives of this type see comfortable conditions and good earnings…

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The stimulus to activity for an extroverted-sensorial (ES – ESE/ESFj, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ESFp, LSE/ESTj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., extroverts with a predominance of sensory function (ESE/ESFj, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ESFp, LSE/ESTj) value promotions. They value prestige in contrast to comfort. Employees of this type should be encouraged with various remunerations for…

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What motivates introverted-intuitive (II or IN – LII/INTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, EII/INFj) people?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., introverts with a predominance of intuition function place personal interest in work or study above everything else. Author suggests that if you encourage introverted-intuitive people with interesting work, you can achieve…

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The stimulus to the activity of an extrovert(E) with a predominance of the function of intuition(I)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to  Prokofyeva T.N., extroverts with a predominance of intuition (ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp) are tuned for uniqueness. Their interest in the activity grows in proportion to the feeling of exclusivity of the task they…

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A brief description of the strengths and weaknesses of researchers (ILI/INTp, LII/INTj, ILE/ENTp, LIE/ENTj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Devyatkin A.S. and Tsypulev D. Yu., “Researchers” (LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, ILE/ENTp) are effective in work related to the analysis of trends, building forecasts, research opportunities, and generation of innovative ideas. The example of…

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Brief description of Rationalists (j)*

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., rationalists (LII/INTj, ESE/ESFj, LSI/ISTj, EIE/ENFj, ESI/ISFj, LIE/ENTj, LSE/ESTj, EII/INFj) are focused on reason and traditions, strive to live with the decisions made and have a solid judgment on the main issues…

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Brief description of Irrationals (p)*

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., irrationals (SEI/ISFp, ILE/ENTp, IEI/INFp, SLE/ESTp, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp, SEE/ESFp, ILI/INTp) are focused on direct perception and strive to build their view of the world as well as to see new opportunities. Sometimes…

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A brief comparison of Rationalists(j) and Irrationalists(p)*

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., “Rationalists” (LII/INTj, ESE/ESFj, LSI/ISTj, EIE/ENFj, ESI/ISFj, LIE/ENTj, EII/INFj, LSE/ESTj) and “Irrationals” (ILE/ENTp, SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp) (differently distribute the time assigned for exam preparation. For example, “Rationalist” distributes…

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Visual characteristics of Rationalists (j)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. observed that “rationalists” (LII/INTj, ESE/ESFj, LSI/ISTj, EIE/ENFj, ESI/ISFj, LIE/ENTj, LSE/ESTj, EII/INFj) often have a straight back and military bearing. They are lean and there is a lack of flexibility in their movements. If…

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External characteristics of Irrationals (p)*

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., “Irrationals” (ILE/ENTp, SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp) speak fluently and make some words together. They can change the rhythm and often jump from one thought to another.…

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What are some visual differences between extroverts and introverts?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. observed that extroverts (ESE/ESFj, ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, LSE/ESTj) and introverts (LII/INTj, SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SLI/ISTp, EII/INFj, ESI/ISFj) have a number of visual differences. For example, extroverts are characterized by…

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A short description of introverts

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., introverts (LII/INTj, SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SLI/ISTp, EII/INFj, ESI/ISFj) mainly pay attention to their inner world and the relationship between people. They are better at writing than speaking. Many introverts keep…

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Brief description of extroverts

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., the attention of “Extroverts” (ESE/ESFj, ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, LSE/ESTj) is directed mainly to the outside world. They perceive it as the sum of objects: people and affairs. The…

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“Researchers” Activities and Strengths (LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, ILE/ENTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., “Researchers” (LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, ILE/ENTp) can achieve success in the research field (all types of scientific work, as well as marketing, consulting, dispatching service) thanks to their strong intuition and logic.…

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What are the humanitarians’ strengths in work (EIE/ENFj, IEE/ENFp, EII/INFj, IEI/INFp)?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., humanitarians are people with strong ethical and intuitive functions. You can entrust them with promotional activities as well as diplomatic services. Besides, they may take responsibility for solving problems of holidays…

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What are the best activities and career for humanitarians (EIE/ENFj, IEE/ENFp, EII/INFj, IEI/INFp)?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., the humanitarians, who have strong ethical features as well as intuitive ones, will be good at the informative sphere. Besides, the ability to understand social relationships and communicate with them well…

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What are the strengths of the socials (SF or ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj, SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp)?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., “Socials” (ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj, SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp) can achieve success in social fields (educators, teachers, psychotherapists, doctors, cooks, masseurs, tourism managers, social workers) thanks to their strong ethical and sensory functions. The representatives…

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Careers for Socials SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. observed that social types (SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj) can achieve success in the social spheres. It can be the career of journalists, psychologists, PR managers, advertising managers, artists, etc. Representatives of these types…

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What are the strengths of managers (LSE/ESTj, SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, SLI/ISTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the Prokofyeva T.N., “managers” can become undoubted leaders in the production and management sphere. Such a type has strong logic and sensory skills and can be characterized by perseverance, scrupulousness, accuracy in doing…

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Activities for managers (LSE/ESTj, SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, SLI/ISTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N., “Managers” (LSE/ESTj, SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, SLI/ISTp) can succeed in the production and management sphere thanks to their strong logic and sensory functions. They are persevering, meticulous, and accurate in execution. In the…

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Brief description of sensory people

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the Prokofyeva T.N., people with a sensory type (ESE/ESFj, SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, SEE/ESFp, ESI/ISFj, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp)  live by sensations: they are able to perceive nature, art, enjoy everything that is visible, heard, and…

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Weaknesses of intuitives according to Socionics

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Prokofyeva T.N., intuitive types (ILE/ENTp, LII/INTj, EIE/ENFj, IEI/INFp, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, IEE/ENFp, EII/INFj) have lack of brightness in their sensations and they are often scattered. Even their physical “I” is perceived by…

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How can an IEE/ENFp help improve business performance?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Ivanov K.V., the soft smile of the IEE and their ability to find an approach to any person are good support in the hard manager’s work. Excellent motivational abilities work one hundred percent…

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What are the strengths of IEE (ENFp) in a work environment?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Ivanov K.V. observed that IEEs, as representatives of intuitive types, feel well the potential for the further development of the company. According to the author's thoughts, strategic marketing is an area where the IEEs can…

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The phases of the life cycle of the organization: old age

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the phase “Quality Management” - old age - corresponds to the delta-quadra. Companies of this level are becoming “trendsetters” in the market, who are able not only to enter the market…

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The phases of the life cycle of the organization/ Maturity

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Balasheva N.S., phase of the life cycle of the organization, "Internal business" - maturity "corresponds to the gamma quadra. Each structural division of the company begins to function as a small…

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The phases of the life cycle of the organization: youth

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the phase "Mechanization" - youth - corresponds to the beta-quadra. At this stage, it is the start of the agreement process on the rules of internal interaction. The main strategic objective…

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The phases of the life cycle of the organization: childhood

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the phase "Party" - childhood - corresponds to the alpha quadra. Usually, it starts with the fact that several friends, relatives, good acquaintances, or colleagues in the common cause had the…

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The phases of the life cycle of the organization

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Balasheva N.S., there are 4 life phases of the organization on microlevel: "Party" (childhood) - "Mechanization" (youth) - “Internal Entrepreneurship” (Maturity) - “Quality Management” (old age). Any organization that was created…

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Basic values for delta quadra (LSE/ESTj, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the basic values of delta quadra (LSE/ESTj, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp) are "advanced technologies, the quality of life, avoiding risks, the desire for self-expression, talent, warm relationships, pleasure, stability, relaxation, rest, comfort,…

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Basic values for gamma quadra (SEE/ESFp, ILI/INTp, LIE/ENTj, ESI/ISFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the basic values of gamma quadra (SEE/ESFp, ILI/INTp, LIE/ENTj, ESI/ISFj) are “power, opposition, ability to fight back, avoiding negative relationships, the significance of the near future, reforms, financial benefits, mistrust, autonomy,…

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Basic values for beta quadra (EIE/ENFj, LSI/ISTj, SLE/ESTp, IEI/INFp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the basic values of beta quadra (EIE/ENFj, LSI/ISTj, SLE/ESTp, IEI/INFp) are "passion, ideology, the significance of the current moment, structure, hierarchy, active actions, endurance, willpower, contempt for weakness, attack/defense and discipline."…

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Basic values for alpha quadra (ILE/ENTp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, LII/INTj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Balasheva N.S., the basic values of alpha quadra (ILE/ENTp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, LII/INTj) are "original ideas, simplicity, theory, extraordinary, associative thinking, integrity, unity, freedom, trust, comfort, pleasant sensations, minimizing negative emotions, and brotherhood." (Balasheva…

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Personal motivation for employees according to Socionics types

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Balasheva N.S. highlights that in addition to the financial stimulation every company should have at least four more types of non-financial stimulation (depending on the socionic types of employees): The unusualness and prospects of the…

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Landmarks and motivation for “Researchers” (LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, ILE/ENTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., "Researchers" (LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, ILE/ENTp) are focused on what they personally need at the moment or for further development. The representatives of this group are quite unpretentious and it is important…

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Conditions for adapting intuitive introverts in the workplace

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Pershina T.A., LII, IEI, ILI, EII "are focused on what they need personally at the moment or for further development" and "Provide opportunities for further education.” (Pershina T.A., 2009.)

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Conditions for adapting intuitive extraverts (ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp) in the workplace

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina, T.A., intuitive extraverts (ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp) focus on the creation of something unusual and new. In other words, they will feel well where there is progress. Give them a free schedule…

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Landmarks and motivation for SE or sensory extraverts

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author Pershina T.A., ESE, SLE, SEE, LSE types are "focused on increasing influence and recognition. Motivation can be an increase in the career ladder if vertical career growth is not possible. A…

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Line Manager Recruitment Recommendation

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., it is important to integrate the line managers organically into a department consisting of at least 6 people. In this situation, it is necessary to consider the quadratic (vision) values that…

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Recommendation on the selection of a candidate for the position of Personal Assistant to the General Director:

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Pershina T.A. says that in the selection of a candidate for the position of a personal assistant for a CEO, it is recommended to consider only the relationship between these two individuals. The contact with…

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What qualities communicators (NF or EIE/ENFj, IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp) show in the team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., “Communicators” (EIE/ENFj, IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp) can succeed in the communication fields (e.g. psychologists, journalists, PR managers, advertising, sales managers, showmen, artists, secretaries) thanks to their strong intuition and ethics. They have…

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Team building

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., it is necessary to take into account the intertype relationship of the candidate with future colleagues when creating a team. The author also highlights that it is more difficult to create…

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What are the best qualities of socials (SF or ESE/ESFj, SEI/ISFp, SEE/ESFp, ESI/ISFj) in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., “Socials” (ESE/ESFj, SEI/ISFp, SEE/ESFp, ESI/ISFj) can succeed in the social fields (e.g. educators, teachers, dance teachers, psychotherapists, doctors, cooks, social workers) thanks to their highly developed ethics and sensory functions. They…

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What strengths have researchers at work? (ILE, LII, ILI, LIE)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Pershina T.A., researchers (ILE, LII, ILI, LIE) are people with strong logic and intuition. They are good at studying the structure of the universe and the processes occurring in it. Moreover, with their…

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What are the strengths of LSI(ISTj), SLE(ESTp), LSE(ESTj), SLI(ISTp) in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the Pershina T.A., the LSI(ISTj), SLE(ESTp), LSE(ESTj), and SLI(ISTp) are types with strong logic and sensor functions. They are characterized by perseverance, scrupulousness, and accuracy of performance. They can organize work and complete…

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What are the recommendations to adapt irrational sensorics to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author, Piskaryova Yu. V., to tell irrational sensorics (SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ENTp, SLI/ISTp) “about their duties and work should be briefly, specifically, stating the basic facts, without repetition.” (Piskaryova Yu.V., 2019.)

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How are irrational intuitives (ILE/ENTp, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, IEE/ENFp) in work?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V., irrational intuitives can quickly react to changing situations. In general, it is worth stating the idea shortly without unnecessary repetition. In other words, they are quick to grasp everything. As practice…

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What’s the advantage of people who are irrational sensors? (SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTP, SEE/ESFp, SLI/ISTp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., for irrational sensors (SEI, SLE, SEE, SLI), "there is flexibility in switching to new, unexpected information. By their irrationality, they can abandon their plans, restructure the action plan, and change…

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What is the best approach towards a rational(j)* intuitive(I) employee in a company?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., the peculiarity of rational intuitive (LII/INTj, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, EII/INFj) employees is that in order to switch to new and unexpected information they need to stop, take a “time out” and…

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What are the best work conditions for introverted sensorics (SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, ESI/ISFj, SLI/ISTp) to adapt to a new job?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., introverted sensorics (SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, ESI/ISFj, SLI/ISTp) actively engage in work because of the incentive for well-being, comfortable conditions, stability, and material welfare. Introverted sensors can easily adapt to a new…

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What are the key motivation for introverted intuitives at work? (LII/INTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, EII/INFj)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V, intuitive introverts get into work for their interest, for example, for the study of the market. Besides, such a personality wants to work in the company, where he will be able…

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What are the best work conditions for introverted intuitives (LII/INTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, EII/INFj) to adapt to a new job

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., introverted intuitives (LII/INTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, EII/INFj) actively engage in work if it contains a share of their internal interest (e.g. the study of science or the market). Introducing introverted intuitives…

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How are introverted sensories (SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, ESI/ISFj, SLI/ISTp) in work?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V., introverted sensory (SEI, LSI, ESI, SLI) can more easily adapt to a new workplace. If the company is developing steadily (without crises, and staff cuts), they will be more than happy…

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How should an employer accommodate ESE(ESFj), SLE(ESTp), SEE(ESFp), LSE(ESTj) types within a company?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., introducing these types of personality with the organization, you should focus on the reputation and conditions of the company, in other words, the spheres of influence. Moreover, career promotion, colleagues' respect,…

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How to stimulate sensorial extroverts (LSE/ESTj, ESE/ESFj, SLE/ESTp and SEE/ESFp) in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V., prestige is very important for sensory extroverts (ESE, SLE, SEE, LSE). For example, career advancement, power, and respect of colleagues can get them into work. Moreover, such an employee will be…

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What are the recommendations to adapt irrationals (p)* types in the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author, Piskaryova Yu. V., "it is better not to impose strict constraints on the timing of the work to irrationals. Considering and appreciating that the irrationals are well adapted to the changing…

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What is the best approach towards extroverted intuitive new employees?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yo.V., when introducing an ILE (ENTp), EIE (ENFj), LIE (ENTj and  IEE (ENFp) new employee to the company, it is suggested to draw their attention to the prospects and the extraordinary factors…

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What are the best work conditions for intuitive extroverts (EN or ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp)

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., intuitive extroverts (ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp) actively engage in work because of the stimulus of unusual and non-standard tasks. Introducing the intuitive extroverted employee to the company, you can draw…

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What is the best approach towards an irrational*(p) sensor (S) employee in a company?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Author Piskaryova Yu. V. observed that irrational sensors (SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ESFp, SLI/ISTp) are characterized by flexibility in switching to unexpected new information (if there are relevant facts for switching). Author highlights that representatives of these…

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What qualities does the irrational(p)* employee demonstrate in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Piskaryova Yu. V. highlights that irrationals (SEI/ISFp, ILE/ENTp, IEI/INFp, SLE/ESTp, IEE/ENFp, SLI/ISTp, SEE/ESFp, ILI/INTp) are focused on direct perception and on their view of the world. They strive to see new opportunities and get a…

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How do rationals (j)* plan for life?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to the author, Piskaryova Yu. V., "Rationals are oriented towards the mind, traditions, strive to have a firm opinion, live with the decision made, and are not inclined to change it. If circumstances change,…

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What are the best work conditions for an introvert?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., introverts (LII/INTj, SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SLI/ISTp, EII/INFj, ESI/ISFj) cope better with local tasks that require deep, gradual and detailed work or study with a small number of people. Author…

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What is the best way to introduce an introvert to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., introverts (LII/INTj, SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, IEI/INFp, ILI/INTp, SLI/ISTp, EII/INFj, ESI/ISFj) finds it difficult to immediately keep a large number of objects in sight; they need time to form a certain attitude…

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What is the best way to introduce an extrovert to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., you can introduce extroverts (ESE/ESFj, ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, LSE/ESTj) to a large number of employees because the attention of the extroverts is aimed at objects of the…

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What are the recommendations to adapt an extroverted employee to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., extroverts (ESE/ESFj, ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, LSE/ESTj) may not always take into account how people in the team feel about them, as well as what people’s feelings about…

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What characteristics an extroverted employee shows in a workplace?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., the attention of extroverts (ESE/ESFj, ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, SEE/ESFp, IEE/ENFp, LSE/ESTj) is aimed at objects of the outside world. It is easier for extroverts to adapt to such an…

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What are the recommendations to adapt a new sensorial (S) employee to the team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., new sensory employees (ESE/ESFj, SEI/ISFp, SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, SEE/ESFp, ESI/ISFj, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp) will be pleased if you tell them about the history and development prospects of the company as well as…

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What are the recommendations to adapt an intuitive employee in the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., you should pay to create comfortable conditions at the workplace and provide required assistance in the adaptation of the intuitive employees (ILE/ENTp, LII/INTj, EIE/ENFj, IEI/INFp, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, IEE/ENFp, EII/INFj). Author…

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What qualities do ethicals (F) have in life situations?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V., ethical personality easily understand and value both their and other people's feelings and emotions. Moreover, they concentrate on moral norms and values. They have a sense of people's characters as well…

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What is the best way to adapt an ethical employee to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu.V., support for weak logic will not be superfluous for an ethical employee. In other words, you need to explain to them how to organize their work correctly, and the organization's rules.…

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What qualities do intuitives shows in life situations?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to  Piskaryova Yu. V., the interconnections and meanings of the facts are more interesting for intuitives then the facts themselves. They pay much attention to new opportunities and the development of events. Besides, intuitives…

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What is the best attitude towards a new logician (T or L) employee?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., logicians (LII/INTj, ILE/ENTp, LSI/ISTj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp) will be able to adapt more quickly at a new workplace if other employees appreciate their work related to management issues,…

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What is the best way to adapt the logician (T or L) employee to the new team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., in the adaptation of new logician (LII/INTj, ILE/ENTp, LSI/ISTj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp) employees, it is important to support their weak ethical function. It means to take care of…

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What qualities logicians (T or L) show in the work team?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Piskaryova Yu. V., when making decisions, logicians (LII/INTj, ILE/ENTp, LSI/ISTj, SLE/ESTp, LIE/ENTj, ILI/INTp, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp) are primarily guided by the correctness, expediency of actions, facts, laws, truth and objective meaning. They are more…

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How do EIIs (INFj) can handle stress?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

Seregina I.M. provided the following recommendations on how EIIs can avoid being stuck in stress: proper rest, positivism, and step by step movement in the right direction. (Seregina I.M., 2014.)

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What weaknesses are typical of EII (INFj)?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Seregina I.M., a pressure point of an EII personality is volitional sensory. Moreover, the demonstration of volitional pressure for EII is extremely painful. They acutely experience criticism as well as aggression upon them.…

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What are the LIEs (ENTj) weaknesses in a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., the weakness of LIEs (ENTj) is that sometimes they may experience difficulties with being sensitive and attentive to the company’s customers. They may also focus on business development rather than on…

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What are the SLE’s (ESTp) strengths in a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., SLEs will possess the leadership qualities required for the position. They will be able to defend their vision and take responsibility for decisions made. This type usually focused on increasing revenue.…

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What are the SLE’s (ESTp) weaknesses in a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., it is possible that the representatives of SLE type will experience difficulties in sensitivity and attention to the company's customers. At times, it may be inconsistent in their decisions and actions.…

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What strengths does LIE (ENTj) have for a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., LIEs (ENTj) are likely to have the leadership qualities required for the management positions. It is explained by the fact that the representatives of this type are focused on increasing income.…

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What are the LSE’s (ESTj) weaknesses in a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., LSE candidates will have difficulty in distributing work over time. Besides, they will probably overload themselves and their subordinates. It can be setting unrealistic deadlines or having problems with punctuality. The…

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What are the LSE (ESTj) strengths in a management position?

Usman Aslam February 27, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., LSE candidates will have the leadership qualities required for the management position. They will be able to defend their vision and take responsibility for decisions made. This type usually focused on…

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What is the prevailing attitude of parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 9  personality ( or peacekeepers) are "natural mediators." Consequently, they can understand the viewpoint of their children and don't take the side of one child over another. These parents have a warm…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 9 personality raise their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 9 personality  (or peacekeepers) are "laid-back" yet "attentive to other's needs." Their primary focus is on getting along with their children. All their children get equal time and attention.  Above all, they…

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What are the limitations of parents with Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type  8 personality (or protectors) don't want to "lower their guard and be vulnerable." They feel that showing their sensitive side will cause them to appear weak. However, these parents must notice that…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 8 personality discipline their children?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with the  Type 8 personality (or protectors) expect their children to either fall in line or resist. Therefore, they exert their authority and expect their children to either do what they say or confront…

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What angers a arent with Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 8 personality (or protectors) become angry "in defense of a belief system." For example, they believe that their parenting structure is beneficial to their children. These parents will become confrontational when their…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 8 personality teach?

Ana Bravo February 27, 2020

Parents with Type 8  personality (or protectors ) teach their children "with a mixture of challenge and support." They will assess their children to see if they believe in what they are saying, intending to…

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What displeases a parent with Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 8  personality (or protectors) value "honesty and genuineness." They want their children to be forthright and sincere with them. If they believe that their children are hiding something, they will prod their…

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What is the parenting style of Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 8 personality (or protectors) exert control.  For instance, they love being in charge and want their children to follow them strictly. These parents use pressure so that their children can learn to…

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What is the prevailing attitude of parents with Enneagram Type 8 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with  Type 8  personality  (or protectors) are confrontational and combative. For instance, they use confrontation to find out what their children are thinking and how they stand up for themselves. Also, these parents may…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 8 personality communicate with children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 8 personality  (or protectors) "use confrontation to connect with others." They believe that by confronting their children, they are teaching them to stand up for themselves. They want their children to be…

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How do parents with Type 8 personality raise their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with  Type 8  personality (protector) seek power and control. For instance, they want their children to follow their example as they believe it is in their best interest. They will often confront and argue…

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How is it to spend leisure time with an Enneagram Type 7 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 7 personality (or entertainers) "dislike doing the same thing twice." They want to have fun with their children in their leisure time but also want to switch between activities. However, trying out…

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What is a standard parenting limitation of people with the Enneagram Type 7 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

People with Type  7 personality (or entertainers)  may find it challenging to cope with the overload of experiencing all that life offers. Therefore, their habit of continually planning for the future prevents them from enjoying…

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What is a frequent fascination of parents with the Enneagram Type 7 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 7  personality (or entertainers) feel fascinated by ideas and exciting options. They always move from one thing to the next, depending on what attracts them. Also, they may jump from one…

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What is the prevailing attitude of parents with the Enneagram Type 7 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 7  Parents  (or entertainers) are full of energy and enthusiasm and are always looking for new things to try. Therefore, they motivate their children to look at life the same way as they do.…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 7 personality teach their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 7 personality or (entertainers) love planning. Consequently, They show new ideas and plans to their children that they believe will allow them to learn in new and exciting ways. Also, they leave…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 7 personality communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 7 personality (or entertainers) “grasp the pattern of another person’s thinking." For instance, they follow an approach that is in line with the thought process of their children. Consequently, it allows…

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How do Enneagram Type 7 personalities behave as parents?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with  Type 7 personality (or entertainers) concentrate on "plans and new and exciting options." They take on multiple parenting tasks at the same time and will often move on to new ones without seeing…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 6 personality teach their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 6  personality (or questioners) devote their "mental energy into logic and rational thinking." Consequently, they teach their children to question everything just as they do themselves. Also, they believe that logically…

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What makes a parent with the Enneagram Type 6 personality feel secure?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 6  personality (or questioners) feel secure when they are sure that their children "can interact with their thinking." They fear for their children and imagine them facing unfavorable situations. They´ll feel relaxed…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 6 personality raise their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type  6  personality  (or questioners) alternate between rigidly authoritarian and nonauthoritarian parenting. When they feel that their children are going to rebel, they become authoritative. However, once they are sure of their children’s…

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What is the attitude of parents with Enneagram Type 6 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with enneagram type 6 personality ( or questioners ) are always vigilant. Therefore,  they continuously search for suspicious behavior from their children. This watchful attitude is because they think their children are in trouble…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of parents with the Enneagram Type 6 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the enneagram Type 6 personality (or questioners) focus on potential threats. Therefore, they concern with figuring out what can be potentially dangerous. They wish for a predictable and trustworthy environment for their children…

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How is it to spend leisure time with a parent with Enneagram Type 6 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the  Type 6 personality (or questioners) know how to relax and are permissive. They reveal their jolly side when they are in a trusting atmosphere.  Therefore, they are open with their children and…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 6 personality communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 6 personality (or questioners) "generate an interrogative climate." For instance, they express doubts and seek clarification from their children in the form of counterarguments. Also, they based their communication on logic…

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How do Enneagram Type 6 personalities perform parenting?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 6 personality (or questioners) seek "certainty and safety." As a result, they are concerned about their children and continuously work on mitigating potential threats and securing their children's future. They are responsible…

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What is a standard limitation of parents with Enneagram Type 5 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type  5 personality (or observers) are "not emotionally expansive and forthcoming." They are often quiet around their children or other people, and their faces or voice don't express emotions either. Therefore, their children…

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What is the prevailing attitude of parents with the Enneagram Type 5 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 5 personality (or observers) need "privacy and private time." They explore their thoughts and emotions in person before they show them to their children or other people. Also, they are excellent…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of a parent with Enneagram Type 5 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents having the Type  5 personality (or observers) worry about "the larger picture." Consequently, they want to observe and analyze how things are connected and teach their children to look at things the same way.…

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How do Enneagram Type 5 parents spend time with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 5  (or observer) parents distribute time to anticipated demands. For instance, they will divide time systematically between their work, tasks, and children.  Also, they will dedicate specific periods for their children, be it for…

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How is it to leisure with an Enneagram Type 5 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type  5 parents (or observers)  "like to watch events rather than be involved." They are present when their children are playing but would rather watch them from far and observe them. It can often cause…

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How do parents with the Enneagram Type 5 personality communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 5 personality (or observers) connect "through an exchange of ideas." They spend more time listening to their children and less talking themselves as they want their children to express all that…

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How do Enneagram Type 5 personalities raise their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 5  personality (or observers) want to find answers and make connections. Consequently, they have a radical approach while parenting and are often unique in their thinking and actions. Also, they try to…

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What are the parenting strengths of an Enneagram Type 4 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 4 personality (or dreamers) have a unique and creative talent. For example,  they can formulate innovative solutions that can aid them and their children. Also, they have an intuitive understanding of…

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Strengths of sensory-logical (SL or ST) children.

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Fetiskina O.V., sensory-logical children (SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp)  feel the properties of materials, adequately assess the quality of specific products, understand what processes and tools will help to obtain the desired result. They…

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Determination of the primary school children’s sociotypes

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Dolmatova L.I. and Rozhneva L.A., the determination of the primary school children's sociotypes is possible with minimal training in games, drawings, and dialogs. Firstly, extraversion manifests as activity and breadth of gaze…

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Approaches to learning extroverts and introverts. Methods of adaptation and motivation.

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., these are the methods of adaptation and motivation: To establish contact with an extrovert, it is necessary "to encourage his activity, the desire to take the…

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Recommendations for the development of preschoolers’ speech according to their sociotypes

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Anosova S.G., there are some recommendations for the development of preschoolers' speech. Firstly, let's take a look at a group of Socials. Almost all games for learning vocabulary are boring for them. That…

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Common features of ESI (ISFj) and SEI (ISFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are several three groups of common features of ESI (ISFj) and SEI (ISFp). The first group is basic and features are Ethical, Introvert, and Sensory.…

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Psychological types briefly – Ethical-intuitive introvert / Intuitive-ethical introvert

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are general groups of features. The first basic group contains features that are Ethical, Introvert, and Intuition. Moreover, there is a test group of features…

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Psychological types briefly – Logic-sensory introvert / sensory-logical introvert

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are general groups of features. The first basic group contains features that are Logic, Introvert, and Sensory. Moreover, there is a test group of features…

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Psychological types briefly – Logic-intuitive extrovert / Intuitive-logical extrovert

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are general groups of features. The first basic group contains features that are Logic, Extrovert, and Intuition. Moreover, there is a test group of features…

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Psychological types briefly – Ethical-sensory extrovert / Sensory-ethical extrovert

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are general groups of features. The first basic group contains features that are Ethical, Extrovert, and Sensory. Moreover, there is a test group of features…

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Common features of LSE (ESTj) and SLE (ESTp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., there are general groups of features. The first basic group contains features that are Logic, Extrovert, and Sensory. Moreover, there is a test group of features…

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The activity areas of a sensory ethical personality (SEE/ESFp, SEI/ISFp, ESE/ESFj, ESI/ISFj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., a sensory ethical personality are Socials. Sensory gives a social person comfort and pragmatism, and ethics - emotional relationships. They will have a nice experience in…

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The activity areas of a sensory logical personality (SLI/ISTp, SLE/ESTp, LSE/ESTj, LSI/ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., a sensory logical personality are Managers. Sensory gives a Manager a grounding and concreteness of thinking, and logic - composure and prudence. They will have a…

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The activity areas of an intuitive ethical personality (IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, IEE/ENFp, EIE/ENFj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., an intuitive ethical personality can become a good humanitarian as well as an expert communicator. Intuitiveness makes them sublime and dreamy, and ethics - subtle and…

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Features of intuitive ethics (IE or NF)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., despite the everyday impracticability of intuitive ethics (IEE/ENFp, IEI/INFp, EIE/ENFj, and EII/INFj), people turn to them when facing difficult moral situations. They have special psychologism and the ability…

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The activity areas of an intuitive logical personality (ILE/ENTp, ILI/INTp, LII/INTj, LIE/ENTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., intuitive logical personalities are Researchers. Intuitiveness makes them good generators of ideas and innovative thinkers, and logic makes their judgments persuasive and accurate. Moreover, they can…

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What a logical intuitive sees when evaluating someone? (ILI/INTp, LII/INTj, ILE/ENTp, LIE/ENTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., a logical intuitive ignores everyday life, as well as its social side. That is why they are not able to evaluate a person only by human…

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Motivation for sensory introverts (ESI/ISFj, LSI/ISTj, SLI/ISTp, SEI/ISFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., they successfully realize themselves in practical activities with a regular circle of contacts. In other words, good financial support, comfortable living conditions, and guarantees of a…

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Recommendations for seating children in the classroom

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofieva T.N and Prokofiev V.G., these are some recommendations for seating children in the classroom: Firstly, at the edges of the class, it will be most comfortable for "those who set…

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Recommendation for teachers when dealing with sensory introverts (SI)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G. recommended that teachers should pay special attention to the applied aspects of work when explaining new tasks to sensory introverted students (SEI/ISFp, LSI/ISTj, ESI/ISFp, SLI/ISTp). It is also important to…

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Recommendations for teachers dealing with intuitive introverts (II or IN)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G. recommended that teachers should allow intuitive introverts (IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, LII/INTj, ILI/INTp) to calmly do their favorite activities. Incentives of prestige, power, wealth, priority, and intellectual leadership do not affect them.…

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Features of working with intuitive introverts (II or IN)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., intuitive introverts (IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, LII/INTj, ILI/INTp) are developing in non-traditional or renewing areas of activity with a constant circle of contacts. They start engaging in the work when…

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Recommendations for teachers dealing with sensory extroverts (SE)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G. recommended that teachers should pay attention to the need to entrust sensory extroverted (ESE/ESFj, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ESFp, LSE/ESTj) students with solving problems close to practice.  The explanation of the assignment should…

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Motivation of intuitive introverts (II or IN – IEI/INFp, EII/INFj, LII/INTj, ILI/INTp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., intuitive introverts are engaged in the work when it includes personal curiosity, deep internal interest in the subject or methods of work, a positive subjective assessment of the…

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Motivation for intuitive extroverts (LIE/ENTp, ILE/ENTj, EIE/ENFp, IEE/ENFj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., uniqueness is very important for intuitive extroverts. They are developing in non-traditional or renewing areas of activity with a constant circle of contacts. They delve into…

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Recommendation for teachers working with an Intuitive Extrovert (EN or ILE/ENTp, EIE/ENFj, LIE/ENTj, IEE/ENFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G, the most important thing for a teacher working with intuitive extroverts is not to level them, not to interfere with their searches, to give them the opportunity to…

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Motivation of sensory extroverts (SE)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., sensory extroverts (ESE/ESFj, SLE/ESTp, SEE/ESFp, LSE/ESTj) successfully realize themselves in activities of the practical field with an expanding circle of contacts, which means a desire for power, influence,…

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How do I know if a child is an intuitive or a sensory?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., you are able to distinguish these groups by their behavior. Firstly, you should pay attention to the child's eyes. Are they dreamy (intuitive) or stop on…

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Different styles of communication with children according to the Socionics model

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofieva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., different styles of communication are particular to different sociotypes. Please see a wide classification below. Introverted logic type When educating an introverted logic child, you should…

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The features of communication styles group

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Prokofyeva T.N. and Prokofiev V.G., the group of features that distinguish the communication styles helps to find an individual approach to a child. It is based on the logical-ethical signs as…

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Functions in the diagonal imperative

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author Zvonareva N.A. "The principle of the diagonal imperative is based on the fact that only one feature of the diagonal imperative can work at the same time in the focus of…

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Recommendations for monitoring the implementation of a task by an ILE (ENTp) subordinate.

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

The authors Toknov N.Yu., Tikhomirova Yu.A., recommend to apply selective control and control at key points when it is a task implemented by ILEs. This choice can be explained by the fact that on the…

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Task division based on extroversion/introversion

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Toknov N.Yu. and Tikhomirova Yu.A., extroverts will cope with various tasks that require a wide field of study. Moreover, they are good at duties with high activity and intensive energy intake.…

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What is the best approach for delegating tasks to an ILE (ENTp) employee?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Toknov N.Yu. and Tikhomirova Yu.A., when delegating a task to an ILE (ENTp), pay attention to details. The presence of many reference points will help to systematically solve the issue. In…

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Stages of the problem statement to subordinate

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Authors Toknov N.Yu., Tikhomirova Yu.A. say that there are three stages of setting the task to the subordinate: Choosing a responsibility for delegation in such a way that the mission is maximally realized when using…

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What strengths has the IEE (ENFp) type performing sales?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Ivanov K.V., the primary function of IEE is the intuition of opportunity. IEE, as a representative of intuitive types, feels the potential for the further development of the company. So strategic marketing is…

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What are the benefits of using Socionics in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Kotenkova E.N., the creation of a team for a specific task or the distribution of responsibility areas is essential.  So you should know the sociotypes of employees. Besides, you can use their strengths…

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What are the recommended activities for sensory-logicals (SL or ST – SLE/ESTp, LSI/ISTj, LSE/ESTj, SLI/ISTp) in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Pershina T.A. observed that sensory-logical people are persevering, meticulous and accurate in execution. The perfect professions for these types would be administrators, managers, technologists, economists, craftsmen, etc. They use analytical and impartial skills to organize…

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How can EII (INFj) people cope with stress?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Seregina I.M., as a rational type, EII (INFj) people are in the stress-resistant group. A long entry into the process, a long process, as well as a long exit from the process, make…

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How does the LSE (ESTj) type person perform in the workplace?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Egorova A.A., LSE candidates will have the leadership qualities required for the management position. They will be able to defend their vision and take responsibility for decisions made. This type is usually focused…

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Recommendations for raising a child type Analyst LII (INTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Authors' proposals Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A. for parents to raise a child like an Analyst are the following: “Create around them an atmosphere of friendliness and fun, positive emotions. Encourage his friendship with peers,…

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The weaknesses of the child type Mediator SEI (ISFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors, Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A., "The problems of the Mediators are in the inability to properly distribute their time, inertia and passivity in socially-useful and personal affairs. In childhood, this is…

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Problems of the child type Mediator SEI (ISFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A., the Mediator’s problems are the inability to properly allocate his time, inactivity and passivity in socially useful and personal affairs. In childhood, it manifests in constant…

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What are the weaknesses of the LII / INTj child?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A., the Analysts (LII / INTj) have the difficulty of finding a common language with other people. Besides, they are not able to become open and welcoming.…

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Recommendations for raising a child like “The Mediator” (SEI / ISFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Authors Meged V.V. and Ovcharov A.A. suggested the following recommendations for raising a child with “Mediator” type: Praise for the ability to do everything beautifully, with taste. Engage the child into homework (cleaning, repair). If…

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What are the vulnerabilities of ILE (ENTp) children?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A., the most vulnerable qualities of the ILE children are weak willpower and inability to build the right relationships with others as well as be flexible in conflicts. Authors…

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Recommendations on raising a child like The Novator ILE (ENTp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Authors Meged V.V. and Ovcharov A.A. recommend the following for raising a child like Novator ILE: It is recommended to develop "in a child, volitional qualities by joining a certain kind of sport, gradually increasing…

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Recommendations for the parents on raising an ESI (ISFj) child

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Gulenko V., the use of violence and harsh physical punishments, especially when that degrades their dignity, is unacceptable for ESI (ISFj) children. It will lead to anger and ill-nature in adulthood, protervity, and…

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Approach to parenting LSI/ISTj and ESI/ISFj

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. provides the following recommendations to parenting types LSIs (ISTj) and ESI (ISFj): You can create rules together with the child and then encourage their implementation. Punishment is also possible, but gentle and rare,…

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Creative qualities of a child type Inovator (ILE/ENTp):

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the authors, Meged V.V. and Ovcharova A.A., the creative attributes of the child of the sociotype Inovator include the following: developed imagination,  as well as a tendency to solve complex problems of a…

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What are the difficulties ESI (ISFj) children may face?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author Gulenko V., ESI children “find it difficult to perform risky or overly creative tasks without specific indicators, or apart from the particular needs of their family, class, or school. Girls of…

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The peculiarity of the child of the “Guardian” type in adolescence – ESI (ISFj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. observed that “Guardian” types become more relaxed by adolescence due to the fact that their sensorics are controlled by ethics. They are able to keep a comfortable distance to not oppose the class…

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Relationship of the Keeper (ESI/ISFj) type child with others

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Gulenko V., a child with a “Keeper” type is careful, demanding, and selective in building relationships with others. They know how to maintain strong relationships, they will always help their relatives and friends…

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Positive sides of children of the Defender type (ESI/ISFj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Gulenko V., children of the Defender type are experts in human relationships. They are diligent and try to prepare everything in advance. Moreover, they carry out their work carefully and consistently. Besides, these…

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Recommendations for raising a child of the Inspector type (LSI/ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. provides the following recommendations for raising a child of the LSI/ISTj type: A classic, consistent learning system suits them well: explanation, answers to questions, verification tasks, and work on mistakes. It is important…

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Strengths of children ESI (ISFj) type

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the Gulenko V., the representatives of the ESI/ISFj types are characterized by accuracy and cleanliness. Their main need is cleanliness in the meaning of freedom from dirt, both bodily and moral. The author…

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Caution for parents to raise a child like Inspector LSI (ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. made the following cautions for parents who are raising a LSI (ISTj) child:  Parents should not, in any case, use violence, especially sudden in relation to the LSI child. On the contrary, the…

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Physical features of the child type Inspector LSI (ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Gulenko V., children of this type are neat and careful. Children of this type are neat and collected. They are amenable to discipline, they listen to teachers in the classroom. Besides, they hold…

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What makes difficulties for a child of the Inspector type LSI (ISTj)?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Gulenko V., children of the Inspector type experience difficulties with so-called 'creative' tasks. In other words, it is hard for them to compose and improvise. Besides, it is not easy to express their…

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Note to the teacher when working with a child-like Inspector LSI (ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

The author Gulenko V. believes that “by setting the Inspector’s good study data as an example, teachers can unwittingly put him in jeopardy in an informal relationship in a class where audacity, disobedience to the…

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Features of children type Inspector LSI (ISTj)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. observed the following featured of LSI children:  They organize the work carefully and their performance is good; usually not lower than the average level for the class. LSI children experience anxiety and physical…

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Features of teaching children such as Inspector LSI (ISTj):

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author Gulenko V., for children of the type Inspector, “the classical, consistent system of education is well suited: explanation — answers to questions — a test task — work on mistakes.” (Gulenko…

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Strengths of LSI (ISTj) children

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Gulenko V. observed the following strengths of LSI children:  Children of this type are neat and collected. They are disciplined and that is why they carefully listen to the teacher in the classroom. They hold…

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What concerns should I have when raising children type LSI (ISTj) and ESI (ISFj))

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author, Gulenko V., the function of power sensory "is connected with different forms of aggressive behavior." It is necessary a humanitarian approach for the upbringing of children, "the essence of which is…

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Rationality (j) – Irrationality (p) in children.

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author Ananev A.E, these are the Rationality – Irrationality characteristics: "This symptom can be diagnosed in children who already understand well the speech and understand the meaning of the word DO NOT.…

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Distinguishing Logic (L) – Ethics (E) in children

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Ananev A.E., distinguishing this dichotomy in children requires quite continued observations. Usually, it may take an hour and a half. In general, the criteria of differentiation can be how long and confidently the…

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Introversion vs Extraversion in children

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Ananev A.E., you may notice that the gaze of the child-introvert will concentrate in the area of ​​the outstretched arms. Only occasionally the baby will pay attention to everything that is happening outside.…

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How to identify Introversion and Extraversion traits in babies?

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

Ananev A.E. provides the following tips on how to identify Introversion and Extraversion traits in the baby: If you imagine a baby lying on its back, inscribed in some imaginary sphere, then you can notice…

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What depresses parents with an Enneagram Type 4 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 4 personality (or dreamers) may depress by the "unavailability of emotional connection." They want to experience a deep and emotional bond with their children. Therefore, ordinary moments without any dramatic events are…

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What is the prevailing attitude of a parent with the Enneagram Type 4 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 4 personality (or dreamers)  "live with passion and idealism." They care deeply about their children and have an emotional bond to them. Dreamer parents tend to focus on the things missing…

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What’s a parenting limitation of an Enneagram Type 4 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type  4 personality  (or dreamers)  tend to be overdramatic with their feelings. As a result, they want to experience deep emotional feelings and will often look for drama. Also, it can cause…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of parents with the Enneagram Type 4 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 4 personality (or dreamers) want to feel special. Therefore, they focus on memorable moments spent with their children and can often minimize ordinary time shared with them. Dreamer parents must realize that…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 4 personality communicate with children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 4 personality (or dreamers) experience feelings intensely. Consequently, they have an empathetic ability that allows them to bond and understand their children's' feelings. However, their desire to form deep bonds can often…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 4 personalities raise their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 4 personalities (or dreamers) seek emotionally meaningful connections. Consequently, they want to establish a deep and emotional relationship with their children. They are understanding parents and can empathize with their children. Their…

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How do parents with an Enneagram Type 3 personality discipline their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 3 personality  (or organizers) are "natural leaders." For instance, they have an innate ability to demonstrate their authority as well as communication and persuasion skills to reason with their children.  Additionally,…

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What are the parenting limitations in parents with an Enneagram Type 3 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 3 personalities (or organizers) may ignore their own or others' feelings or emotional responses. Consequently, they concentrate more on achieving their parenting goals and becoming role models that they may consider emotions…

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What is the prevailing attitude of a parent with an Enneagram Type 3 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the Type 3 personality (or organizers) "drive themselves" to accomplish tasks and achieve results. They are continually looking for what they can do to succeed as a parent as well as how they…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of parents with Enneagram Type 3 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 3 personality (or organizers) worry about "fulfilling expectations."  Therefore, they focus on improving so that they can be as good as possible at parenting and help their children succeed. Also, they might…

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Features of the first quadra (ALPHA)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Lutseva, U.S., in the first quadra, horizontal communication is also obvious. However, sometimes the familiarity of the third quadra is shocking. There is no such individualism that the third quadra has. In the…

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Features of the third quadra (GAMMA)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Lutseva, U.S., democracy is more expressed in the third quadra. Interpersonal connections are as informal as possible, titles are insignificant at all. In general, socionic types of the third quadra concentrate on the…

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Features of the fourth quadra (Delta – EII/INFj, SLI/ISTp, LSE/ESTj, IEE/ENFp)

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to Lutseva U.S., unlike the second quadra (beta), in the fourth quadra (delta - EII/INFj, SLI/ISTp, LSE/ESTj, IEE/ENFp), aristocracy is smoothed out, the image of the enemy is not formed, but uncivilized behavior or…

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Child development recommendations according to Socionics

Usman Aslam February 26, 2020

According to the author, Prokofiev V.G., "Using knowledge about the typological features of a child can happen from early childhood, without overloading and traumatizing him, to effectively promote his all-round development." The author recommends choosing…

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What motivates a parent with Enneagram Type 3 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with the  Type 3 personality (or organizers) focus on winning. For instance, they want to become the ideal parents by doing what they believe all parents do for their children. Also, they ensure that…

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How do parents with Enneagram Type 3 personality teach their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with a Type 3 personality ( or moralizers) direct themselves and others by goals.  Consequently, they commit to teaching their children and help them to set and attain goals. Also, they encourage children to…

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What irritates a parent with Enneagram Type 3 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type Three personality  (or organizers) don´t like it when children "waste their time." Consequently, they believe in accomplishing tasks, and anything that deviates from the same is useless to them. Also, they might…

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How does Enneagram Type 3 parents communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 3 Parents (or organizers) "communicate with persuasion." Consequently, they share how some things worked for them to convey their advantages to their children. Also, These individuals leverage their body language, vocabulary, and emotions to…

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How do Enneagram Type 3 people parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 3 (or organizer) personality "think of themselves as role models." Consequently, they believe in parenting by setting an example and doing all that is expected of them as parents. Also, they think…

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What is a frequent preoccupation of an Enneagram Type 2 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type Two (or helper) parents always need approval and acceptance. Therefore, they go out of the way to help their children as they want to be considered as sensitive and amiable parents.  Above all, they…

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What is the typical attitude of an Enneagram Type 2 personality as a parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 2 or helper Parents  "project a positive persona." Consequently, they willingly put in hours of effort to support their children and help them with their homework and other chores. They are mindful of their…

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How do Enneagram Type-2 parents communicate with their children?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 2 (or helper) personality have "excellent communication skills." Therefore, they change their communication style depending on what appeals to the child or person they are interacting with.  Also, they look for approval…

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What frustrates a parent with Enneagram Type-2 personality?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with Type 2 personality (or Helpers) can feel frustrated if "they're not able to do as much for others as they would like." They have an urge to give to others always, as it…

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What motivates an Enneagram Type 2 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Parents with  Type 2 ( or helper) personality feel motivation by knowing what others need and helping then. They are sensitive to the needs of their children and can perceive how they feel. These parents…

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How is it to live with an Enneagram Type 2 parent?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

According to Janet Levine, Type 2, or Helper, parents “develop a gracious environment” at home. That´s why they focus on their children’s needs over their own.  Also, they ensure a pleasant and conducive atmosphere for…

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How do Enneagram Type 2 personalities teach?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 2 or The Helper personality ensures the fulfillment of "the needs of the group as a whole." Besides, they dedicate extra time and effort to supporting each child. They also "pick protégés or champion…

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What are the possible parenting limitations in Enneagram Type-2 personalities?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 2  or Helper parents need approval and acceptance. Therefore, they expect an emotional response from their children for their efforts. They will often go out of the way pleasing their children and ensuring their…

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How are Enneagram Type 2 personalities as parents?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type 2 or Helper personalities are known for "being helpful."  For instance, they show unconditional love for their children and do as much as they can for them. Also, parents with a helper personality wish…

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How do Enneagram 9w1s handle their emotions or feelings?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type Nine with One wing (9w1s) become quietly indignant and smoldering inwardly when upset rather than shout or lose control. Whereas 9w1s are easy-going and kind most of the time, they restrain their anger more.…

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What upsets or frustrates 9w1 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type Nine with One wing personality or 9w1s can upset with themselves because they never satisfy their own needs. They can sometimes involve in unnecessary activities and unproductive busyness, which frustrates them. In relationships,…

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What are the drawbacks of 9w1 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type One with One wing personality or 9w1 frequently are self-critical, perfectionistic and inhibit their emotions, or severely self-negligent if very unhealthy. Whereas they accept other people's imperfections, they can have difficulties taking their…

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What are the typical desires of 9w1 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type Nine with one wing personality or 9w1 feels a strong desire to help others. They have a vision of an ideal world and work to create it. They want to contribute to everyone’s…

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What are the characteristics of the 9w1 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

9w1s or Enneagram Type-Nine with one wing personality tend to be idealistic, emotionally reserved, and obedient. Also, they are generally loved and well-behaved children. While 9w1s are amicable and personable, there is also thoughtfulness of…

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What can frustrate 9w8 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

What frustrates an Enneagram  Type-Nine with an Eight wing is having someone ruining their healthy habits and wellness; if this happens, they can be rude or harsh. Additionally, they don't tolerate authoritarians because they are…

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What are the drawbacks of 9w8 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type-9 with an Eight wing or 9w8s can vacillate between being confrontational and friendly, passive, and aggressive. Nines are generally peaceful and don't like to fight, but the Eight part of them, when angered,…

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What are the strengths of 9w8 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type-Nine with an Eight wing, or 9w8s, can be both powerful and kind, active and receptive, strong, and tender. Healthy 9w8s also can get things done with their great determination, endurance, and perseverance. Their…

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What are the common interests of 9w8 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram nine typed with an eight wing or 9w8s are very sociable. Therefore, they love having a good time and have an excellent sense of humor. 9w8s prefer having comfortable rituals, routines, and habits, like…

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What are the common traits of 9w8 people?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram nine typed with an eight wing or 9w8s tend to be adventurous, extrovert, assertive, antiauthoritarian, and go to-the-point. They accept people just the way they are. Healthy 9w8s are energetic and self-motivated. Sometimes, 9w8s…

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How can Enneagram Type-4 people heal and grow their relationship?.

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type Fours should help their partners feel vital. Above all, Fours can ignore or push their partners away when upset, which should be avoided at all costs. Finally, they must learn to accept their partner…

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When can Enneagram Type-4 people get frustrated?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Type Fours frustrate when someone harms their sensitive feelings.  Because of this, they will start blaming others for being careless.  Besides, they hate being underappreciated or rejected.  Lastly, they have zero tolerance for dull and…

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Which relationship problems Type 4 people could have?

Ana Bravo February 26, 2020

Enneagram Type Four personality tends to focus only on the faults in their relationships. For instance, they can be more demanding and critical of their partner. As the link gets comfortable over time, they will…

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How do you identify an Enneagram type-4 personality?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type fours are self-referencing, self-absorbed, and always want to be in the spotlight. Also, they like to keep their life intense and stimulating because they like to show off their originality. Finally, because of their…

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What are the weaknesses of Enneagram Type-4 people?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type Fours resist other people's influence; as a result, they disengage or feel deficient.  Besides, they live too much in fantasy, which, for example, results in over-idealizing a  disappointing romantic partner. Additionally, they are hypersensitive,…

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How is it to be in a relationship with a Type 4 person?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Enneagram Type 4 individuals generally get along with their partners and care about them. They make people feel important, show compassion for other’s suffering, but most of all, they are very passionate. Partners of this…

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What kind of people are Enneagram Type-4 attracted to?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type Fours feel attracted to non-judgmental and indulgent people. This is because they like to be comprehended and accepted by their partners just the way they are.  Also, they appreciate calm and patient people that…

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How are Enneagram Type-4 people in a relationship?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type Fours are idealistic, romantic, intuitive, and like communicating nonverbally and verbally, as well. Even though they are disengaged and like their autonomy, they want to bond with their partner on a deep level.  Additionally,…

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How can Enneagram Type-2 people make their relationship grow?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type Twos tend to be impatient with their partner’s pace and lack of initiative. Therefore, they should encourage their partners, but without pressuring them because they get overwhelmed when they feel pressured.  Additionally, developing their…

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What are the issues faced in a relationship with Type-2?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

According to Russell Rowe, the main problems in a relationship with an Enneagram Type 2 are the balance of power, decision making, and who's in charge. Twos can be invasive to help their partners to…

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How do you identify an Enneagram Type-2 person?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

People who are image-conscious, self-important, and consider themselves unique are a Type-2 personality. Additionally, they are energetic,  temperamental, fast-paced, intense, and emotional in speech. The search for acceptance and the desire to love and be…

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What are the strengths of Enneagram Type-2 personality?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Being sensitive, caring, serviceable, pleasing, and empathetic are some of the strengths of Type 2 personalities. Besides, they are intuitive, idealistic, optimistic, easy-going, hospitable, and accessible. (Russel Rowe, 2003-2015)

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What elements solidify Enneagram Type-2 people’s relationships?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Twos love physical affection. Therefore, home, family, friends, pets, children, and nature are essential for them, and these common bonds help solidify their relationships. Additionally, they need the attention of their partners and want a…

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What kind of relationship attracts Enneagram Type-Two people?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type-Two people like conflict-free relationships. Therefore, they feel an attraction towards partners who are gentle, steady, peaceful, and easy-going. Additionally, they find the unquestioning acceptance by their partners calm and nurturing. (Russel Rowe, 2003-2015)

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How is it to be married with an Enneagram type-2 personality?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type-2  people are relationship-oriented, sensitive, and interested in peace and harmony. They are incredibly caring and considerate, so they will probably get along exceptionally well with their spouses. (Russel Rowe, 2003-2015)

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How can Enneagram Type-1 people make their relationship grow?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

To make their relationship grow, Type-1 people should be comprehensive to their partners and give them time to think. If Type-1 people pressure, nag, or complain, their partners might rebel. Besides, Type 1 partners may…

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What are the challenges faced in a relationship with a Type 1 person ?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Enneagram Type 1 people get upset quickly. Therefore, if their partners don't make decisions quickly or take action on their behalf easily, they get mad.  Additionally, their impatience can lead to power struggles, agitation, and…

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What are the strengths of EnneagramType-1 people?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type-1  people value regularity and predictability and wish to make the world a better place. They genuinely care for others and are willing to put their needs/interests aside for the good of others. They have…

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How to develop leadership on your child?

Usman Aslam February 25, 2020

It is necessary "first and foremost, of course, to rethink and compare our ideas about the future, succession, and personal predispositions of the child. And when making decisions take into account its typological features. This…

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What are the most attractive qualities of EnneagramType-1 people?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type-1s are confident, supportive, and inspire others to become aware of their mission; therefore, people feel attracted to them. Additionally, their passion, discipline, organization, ability to focus, and effectiveness are also very appealing to others.…

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How to know if a child is intuitive, sensor, introvert or extravert according to Socionics

Usman Aslam February 25, 2020

According to the authors, Prokofyeva N.G., Prokofiev V.G., Devyatkina A.S., Isaeva Yu.V, these are the assumptions about the sign of intuiting or sensory child: "It is possible to assume an intuit child or sensor based…

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What kind of people attracts Enneagram Type 1 personalities?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Type-1 likes people who are non-judgmental, accepting, and easy-going. Therefore, such people have a relaxing, calming effect on Type-1, but that can be overly serious and tense at times. Also, People who are uncritical and…

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What displeases an Enneagram Type-Eight individual?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

Enneagram Type-Eight individuals want to have everything under control. As a result, they want their will to be the final and feel displeased whenever they are challenged. Type eight persons are very defensive of their…

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What is a universal want of an Enneagram Type-Eight person?

Ana Bravo February 25, 2020

People who exhibit Enneagram Type-Eight personality want to protect their sense of self and believe that they will lose their identity if they relax. Type eight persons don't open up, which deprives them of good…