Enneagram chart of personality patterns

Enneagram Values map: not everyone is "special"

Enneagram and MBTI

This is the same for writers: Confident Writers vs Insecure Writers

A great description of the Enneagram!

Enneagram-1-characteristics-1

Do's and don'ts for the different Enneagram types.

10 Powerful Habits of Ultra Successful People http://www.lifehack.org/articles/productivity/10-powerful-habits-ultra-successful-people.html (Featured photo credit: addicted2success.com via addicted2success.com)

#infj

7 Framed Prints for Au Naturel

If you want forgiveness, maybe you should ask for it!!! Did you ever think of that????? You can't just go around hurting people and then get mad that their mad. Unless you're just that selfish.

personality = careers_Myers Briggs is better for self awareness than hiring, but this info graphic is a cool at-a-glance guide to it, anyway.

How Successful People Stay Calm by Travis Bradberry, forbes: 1. They Appreciate What They Have; 2.They Avoid Asking “What If?”; 3. They Stay Positive; 4. They Disconnect; 5. They Limit Their Caffeine Intake; 6. They Sleep; 7. They Squash Negative Self-Talk; 8. They Reframe Their Perspective; 9. They Breathe; 10. They Use Their Support System #Graph #Stress_Management #Performance

Enneagrams

FREE Myers-Briggs Personality Type Indicator. After completing the questionnaire, you will obtain: Your personality type according to Carl Jung and Isabel Briggs Myers typology along with your personality strengths of the preferences. A description of your personality type. A list of occupations and careers fitting for your personality type.

TED Talk || Learn how your body language shapes how you feel -- and how to stand if you want to be more successful: http://t.ted.com/PZzvdGp

The Circle of Personality Type

Interactive Enneagram Wheel - Integrative Enneagram Solutions

Enneagram

Be a People Person: Effective Leadership Through Effective Relationships by John C. Maxwell http://www.amazon.com/dp/0781448433/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_XQn0wb0K6YXMH

The Different Levels of Stress for Each Myers-Briggs Type