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    • Moving Around the Enneagram Political Management 200
    • Two: The Helper
        • Motivated by the need to be loved and valued and to express positive feelings toward others
      • At their best At their worst
      • Loving Martyrlike
      • Caring Indirect
      • Adaptable Manipulative
      • Insightful Possessive
      • Generous Hysterical
    • Two: The Helper
      • What twos like about being twos
        • Relating easily to people & making friends
        • Knowing what people need & being able to make their lives better
        • Being generous, caring & warm
      • What is difficult about being a two
        • Not being able to say no
        • Having low self-esteem
        • Not doing things for themselves
    • Two: The Helper
      • Twos with a strong One wing tend to be more idealistic, objective, self-critical and judgmental
      • Twos with a strong Three wing tend to be more self-assured, ambitious, outgoing and competitive
    • Two: The Helper
      • When twos move to the positive side of four
        • They admit painful feelings: anger, sadness, etc.
        • They express their own needs more, say no
        • Find sources of self-worth besides helping
      • When two’s move to negative side of eight
        • Stop being kind--become irritable
        • become hardened, distrustful & isolated
        • become controlling: try to take charge
    • Three: The Motivator
        • Threes are motivated by the need to be productive, achieve success and avoid failure
      • At their best At their worst
      • Optimistic Deceptive
      • Confident Narcissistic
      • Industrious Pretentious
      • Efficient Vain
      • Energetic Vindictive
    • Three: The Motivator
      • What threes like about being threes
        • being optimistic, friendly, upbeat
        • staying informed, knowing what’s happening
        • being able to motivate people
      • What is difficult about being a three
        • having to put up with inefficiency
        • struggling to hang onto my success
        • always being “on,” it’s exhausting
    • Three: The Motivator
      • Threes with a more developed Two wing tend to be warmer, more encouraging, sociable, popular and seductive
      • Threes with a more developed Four wing tend to be more introspective, sensitive, artistic, imaginative and pretentious
    • Three: The Motivator
      • When threes move to the positive side of six
        • spend more time & are committed to family
        • value what’s best for the group
        • get more in touch with their feelings
      • When threes move to the negative side of nine
        • procrastinate and become indecisive
        • become apathetic
        • run in circles & become less productive
    • Four: The Artist
        • Four’s are motivated by the need to experience their feelings and to be understood, to search for the meaning of life, and to avoid being ordinary
      • At their best At their worst
      • Warm Depressed
      • Compassionate Self-conscious
      • Introspective Guilt-ridden
      • Expressive Moralistic
    • Four: The Artist
      • What fours like about being fours
        • being unique and seen as such
        • ability to establish connections with people
        • creativity, intuition and sense of humor
      • What is difficult about being a four
        • experience dark moods of emptiness & despair
        • feeling guilty when they disappoint people
        • expecting too much from life & themselves
    • Four: The Artist
      • Fours with a Three wing tend to be more extroverted, upbeat, ambitious, flamboyant, and image-conscious
      • Fours with a Five wing tend to be more introverted, intellectual, idiosyncratic, reserved and depressed
    • Four: The Artist
      • When fours move to the positive side of One
        • become more self-disciplined and grounded
        • do more problem solving and become practical
        • become less controlled by feelings
      • When fours move to the negative side of Two
        • deny and repress their own needs
        • become overly dependent
        • become ill to get attention
    • Five: The Thinker
        • Fives are motivated by the need to know and understand everything, to be self-sufficient, and to avoid looking foolish
      • At their best At their worst
      • Analytical Intellect. arrogant
      • Persevering Stingy
      • Sensitive Stubborn
      • Wise Distant
      • Objective Critical of others
    • Five: The Thinker
      • What fives like about being fives
        • standing back and viewing life objectively
        • coming to a thorough understanding
        • not being caught up in material status
      • What is difficult about being a five
        • being slow to put knowledge out in the world
        • feeling bad when they act like a know-it-all
        • being pressured to be with people when they don’t want to be
    • Five: The Thinker
      • Fives with a more developed Four wing tend to be more creative, humanistic, sensitive, emphatic and self-absorbed
      • Fives with a more developed Six wing tend to be more loyal, anxious, skeptical, and cautious. They are more likely to be interested in the sciences.
    • Five: The Thinker
      • When Fives move toward the positive side of eight
        • move away from pure thought to action
        • trust their instincts more; become outspoken
        • become more assertive
      • When fives move toward the negative side of seven
        • take on projects impulsively
        • become scatter & distracted
    • Six: The Loyalist
        • Sixes are motivated by the need for security. Phobic Sixes are outwardly fearful and seek approval. Counterphobic Sixes confront their fear.
      • At their best At their worst
      • Loyal Hypervigilant
      • Likable Controlling
      • Caring Unpredictable
      • Warm Judgmental
    • Six: The Loyalist
      • What Sixes like about being Sixes
        • being committed & faithful to family & friends
        • being responsible and hardworking
        • being compassionate toward others
      • What is difficult about being a Six
        • constant push & pull in making up mind
        • procrastination because of fear of failure
        • fear of being abandoned or taken advantage of
    • Six: The Loyalist
      • Sixes with a more developed Five wing tend to be more introverted, intellectual, cautious and standoffish
      • Sixes with a more developed Seven wing tend to be more extroverted, materialistic, active and impulsive
    • Six: The Loyalist
      • When Sixes move toward the positive side of Nine
        • empathize more with others
        • see things from a broader point of view
        • take life less seriously & free up their energy
      • When Sixes move toward the negative side of Three
        • take on a role or image to feel more secure
        • avoid feeling anxious by always being busy
    • Seven: The Generalist
        • Sevens are motivated by the need to be happy and plan enjoyable activities, to contribute to the world, and to avoid suffering and pain
      • At their best At their worst
      • Fun-loving Narcissistic
      • Spontaneous Impulsive
      • Imaginative Unfocused
      • Productive Rebellious
      • Enthusiastic Undisciplined
    • Seven: The Generalist
      • What Sevens like about being Sevens
        • Being optimistic and not getting down
        • Being spontaneous and free-spirited
        • Being generous & taking risks
      • What is difficult about being a Seven
        • Not having enough time to do everything
        • Not completing the things I start
        • Not making a commitment to a career
    • Seven: The Generalist
      • Sevens with a more developed Six wing tend to be more loyal, endearing, responsible, and anxious
      • Sevens with a more developed Eight wing tend to be more exuberant, aggressive, competitive and materialistic
    • Seven: The Generalist
      • When Sevens move toward the positive side of Five
        • become quieter and more introspective
        • place more value on self-discipline
        • become more serious and taken more seriously
      • When Sevens move toward the negative side of One
        • blame others for preventing them from having fun
    • Eight: The Leader
        • Eights are motivated by the need to be self-reliant and strong and to avoid feeling weak or dependent
      • At their best At their worst
      • Direct Controlling
      • Authoritative Rebellious
      • Loyal Insensitive
      • Energetic Domineering
      • Earthy Self-centered
    • Eight: The Leader
      • What Eights like about being Eights
        • being independent and self-reliant
        • being able to take charge & meet challenges
        • supporting, empowering & protecting those close to them
      • What is difficult about being an Eight
        • overwhelming people with my bluntness
        • being impatience with incompetence
        • putting too much pressure on myself
    • Eight: The Leader
      • Eights with a more developed Seven wing tend to be more extroverted, enterprising, energetic, quick and egocentric
      • Eights with a more developed Nine wing tend to be more mild-mannered, gentle, receptive, and quietly strong
    • Eight: The Leader
      • When Eights move toward the positive side of Two
        • open up and reveal their vulnerability
        • become more concerned for the welfare of others
        • become more loving & lovable
      • When Eights move toward the negative side of Five
        • withdraw and take less action
        • become defeated and depressed
    • Nine: The Peacemaker
        • Nines are motivated to keep the peace, to merge with others, and to avoid conflict. They take on qualities of the eight types so that they have variations from gentle to independent.
      • At their best At their worst
      • Pleasant Spaced-out
      • Peaceful Forgetful
      • Generous Stubborn
      • Patient Obsessive
    • Nine: The Peacemaker
      • What Nines like about being Nines
        • being nonjudgmental and accepting
        • caring for and being concerned about others
        • being able to relax and have a good time
      • What is difficult about being a Nine
        • being judged as placid or indecisive
        • being critical of myself for lacking initiative
        • being confused about what I really want
    • Nine: The Peacemaker
      • Nines with a more developed Eight wing tend to be more outgoing, assertive, and authoritarian
      • Nines with a more developed One wing tend to be more orderly, critical, emotionally controlled, and compliant.
    • Nine: The Peacemaker
      • When Nines move toward the positive side of Three
        • become more energetic, efficient and productive
        • narrow their focus
        • acquire more self-confidence
      • When Nines move to the negative side of Six
        • become overwhelmed by anxiety and worry
        • become more self-doubting, indecisive
        • become more passive and inactive
    • One: The Reformer
        • Motivated by the need to live their life the right way, including improving themselves and the world around them
      • At their best At their worst
      • Ethical Judgmental
      • Reliable Inflexible
      • Productive Dogmatic
      • Idealistic Critical of others
      • Honest Controlling
      • What Ones like about being ones
        • being self-disciplined & accomplishing a lot
        • working hard to make the world a better place
        • being reasonable, responsible, & dedicated
      • What is difficult about being a one
        • being disappointed when expectations are not met
        • feeling burdened by too much responsibility
        • thinking what they do is never good enough
      One: The Reformer
      • Ones with a more developed Two wing tend to be warmer, more helpful, critical and controlling
      • Ones with a more developed Nine wing tend to be cooler, more relaxed, objective and detached
      One: The Reformer
    • One: The Reformer
      • When Ones move to positive side of seven
        • become less-critical more self-accepting
        • become more enthusiastic & optimistic
        • act more naturally & spontaneously
      • When Ones move to negative side of four
        • turn their anger inward and become depressed
        • loose trust in themselves and feel unloved
        • long for what they don’t have and feel hopeless
    • Contact Information
      • Kathleen Schafer
      • Leadership Connection
      • www.leadershipconnection.net