Lynn Roulo

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My Story Connecting the Dots: How I Went from Being a San Francisco CFO to an Athens Yoga Instructor     The Enneagram (50+ articles) The Enneagram in Relationships The Enneagram in Relationships–What Types Go Well Together (*most popular post*) Who’s Your Love Match? The Enneagram and Compatibility (YogiApproved) Which Enneagram Types Attract Narcissists? (Truity) […]

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Finding Your Enneagram Type: What to Expect in an Enneagram Typing Session

One of the key tenets of the Enneagram is the concept of self-typing. This means that even as an Enneagram expert, I can’t tell you your type. You need to identify yourself. Self-typing is an important and foundational aspect of the system because  your Enneagram type describes a habit of attention and core motivation. I

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Not Sure If You are a Type 1 or Type 8? Ask Yourself These 4 Questions.

The Type 1, Perfectionist  and the Type 8, Leader might seem like opposite personality styles at first blush because their habits of attention point in very different directions. Type 8s seek power and focus on power dynamics whereas Type 1s seek improvement and focus on getting things right. Sometimes described as the Pirate and the

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Not Sure If You are a Type 1 or Type 6? Ask Yourself These Four Questions

One of the most common mistakes people make when trying to find their Enneagram type is that they over-identify with a single specific trait. For example, someone who over-identifies with anger might assume they are an Enneagram type 8, another with anxiety assumes they are a Type 6, while someone who identifies with helpfulness assumes

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Not Sure if You are a Type 4 or a Type 7? Ask Yourself These Four Questions

The Enneagram Type 4 Individualist and Type 7 Enthusiast can seem like oil and water and with dramatically different habits of attention, it can be easy to assume they never get mixed up.   Types 7s look to the positive, seek new experiences, and avoid (either consciously or subconsciously) negative emotions. An assertive personality, Type

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