Threes don’t give up easily. If they set a goal, they will do whatever it takes to achieve it.
Enneagram 4w5: The Four with a Five-Wing
4w5s possess both the creativity and intuition of Fours and the savviness of Fives.
Enneagram 5w4: The Five with a Four-Wing
5w4s may seem very unconventional, even weird. They aren’t very expressive and may seem cold and distant.
Enneagram Type 4: The Aesthete
Many Fours can be easily recognized by their unusual clothing styles. One of the Four’s biggest fears is the fear of being ordinary.
Enneagram 5w6: The Five with a Six-Wing
People with a 5w6 personality type combine traits of both type 5 and type 6. However, because their predominant type is type 5, they appear more withdrawn than those with a 6w5 type.
Enneagram 6w5: The Six with a Five-Wing
Enneagram 6w5 is a combination of type 5 and type 6 characteristics. People of this types can be described as introverted, detached, knowledgeable and sophisticated.
Enneagram Type 5: The Loner
Enneagram personality type 5 is one of the most introverted types. People with type Five personalities need a lot of time alone to “recharge” and process information.
Enneagram 6w7: The Six with a Seven-Wing
6w7 is a more relaxed and playful version of the core type Six. While people with 6w7 personality type are concerned about security and stability, they want to feel happy and excited too.
Enneagram 7w6: The Seven with a Six-Wing
Enneagram type 7w6 could be described as a pleasure seeker with better social skills.
Enneagram Type 6: The Security Expert
Enneagram type 6 is a very proactive type that constantly scans the environment for potential dangers. Full type 6 profile.
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