Personality TypeHonest, Creative, Moody, ReservedStrengthsUniqueness: You tend to march to your own beat and passionately follow your own values. You don’t mind putting up a fight and standing up for what you believe when someone tries to convince you otherwise. Articulate: You’re likely the go-to person when others need to communicate with others (big or small) and get a point across. You are confident when it comes to expressing yourself and quickly have been seen as an expert.Inspiring: You are good at awakening people to new possibilities and motivating them to success. People tend to seek you out when they need a boost of confidence or to be uplifted. Areas of GrowthLetting go feelings of the pastYou may have a tendency to hold on to negative feelings from the past or towards someone that may have hurt you. This could hinder your ability to see the good in others that may remind you of a particular event or person.Example: Meeting a new potential partner with a smile that reminds you of an ex that cheated and rejecting an offer to go on a date.Holding on to negative feelings such as these can keep you stuck in the same place without growth. Being more vulnerable You may have experienced many ups and downs in life which could have caused you to withdraw to protect yourself or to not look vulnerable or “weak”. This can cause you to look standoffish or unsociable when others try to get close to you. This can lead you to second guessing all interactions RisksIsolation, InsecurityBest Ways to Self-CareSelf-lovePractice showing yourself some love. Start each day by telling yourself something positive. At the end of each week, celebrate your wins (big or small). A good pat on the back to say you’ve been proud of what you’ve achieved is a great way to show yourself some love. VolunteerBeing able to help others within an organization that you are passionate about is a great way to boost your self-esteem, self-confidence and a wonderful way to meet like-minded individuals. The sense of pride and identity you receive from helping others is a wonderful method of self-care to boost your life satisfaction. Weekly Journaling PromptWhat are 3 things unique about your personality?Thing to RememberDon’t let your mood dictate your experience*findings based on the Ennegram testLOOKING FOR MORE RESOURCES...Looking for a few more resources? Fill up on these...1. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop with all the new happenings.2. Join our affirmation text message fam by texting "I'm in" to 770-284-3332.3. Get access to weekly class on mental health and wellness by joining the "All Access" plan. JOIN NOW!!
Personality TypeGenerous, Demonstrative, People-Pleasing, and PossessiveStrengthsGreat Team Player: You're likely to jump in when things need to get done. You enjoy helping others and seeing improvement in the lives of others because of your help, brings you pure joy.Devoted: You likely value friendships, kindness, and togetherness. People probably seek your advice often. In a relationship, you tend to be extremely loving and loyal.Popular: You’re likely to be favored by many people. This makes it easy for you to sway decisions when it comes to being a leader or getting changes approved. Areas of GrowthPeople pleasing tendencies: Your need to help others can come with a lot including self-sacrifice to get the love and acceptance you seek from others. In other words, you tend to push your needs to the side for others in all areas of your life.Example: Not wanting to go somewhere or do something but agree just because someone asked.Overextending yourself over time can truly cost you mentally and physically and can lead to possible psychosomatic conditions.Blaming others: You give so much to others and go out of your way to help (even when someone has not requested help), that you tend to blame others for feeling unappreciated. You may even call them selfish because you’ve expended so much energy on people who seem to do so little in return. Example: Going to help a friend move when they didn’t ask for your help. Then when you decide to move, that same friend does not come to help. RisksBurn out, ExhaustionBest Ways to Self-CareSetting boundariesWhen you set boundaries, you are taking care of yourself mentally, physically, and emotionally. You recognize when you are overextending yourself and before you hit being burnt out, you take the time needed to refill your cup. Boundaries can help you manage stress, take care of your physical well-being, and create healthy relationships.Planning some alone timeSome people equate being alone with loneliness but adding alone time to your self-care routine can be a great way to focus yourself, to relax, and to figure out what you want when you’re not distracted by others around you. Having some alone time also gives you the opportunity to identify areas that you have been depleted and gives you a chance to replenish. Doing this not only helps you in many ways, but also helps you be better for those around you. Weekly Journaling PromptWhat do I need to say “no” to?Thing to RememberYou can’t be all the things to all the people*results based on EnneagramLOOKING FOR MORE RESOURCES...Looking for a few more resources? Fill up on these...1. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop with all the new happenings.2. Join our affirmation text message fam by texting "I'm in" to 770-284-3332.3. Get access to weekly class on mental health and wellness by joining the "All Access" plan. JOIN NOW!!
Personality TypeAdaptable, Poised, Competitive, and Status-ConsciousStrengthsGoal-Oriented: You tend to be relentless when it comes to self-improvement or reaching any goals you have set for yourself. You love challenging yourself and pushing to be your best. Adaptable: You are great at being flexible and working in many different situations. You quickly adjust your mindset to be successful in a new environment or any changes that arise. Ambitious: You believe in your ability to succeed which makes you effective and productive. Your energy to strive to be the best at whatever you take on, typically makes you the go-to person when anyone is in need of completing a task. Areas of GrowthCompetitiveness: You tend to value achievements and you want to be the best. You may frequently promote yourself and your accomplishments but this may lead to making those around you feel that you are "phony" or narcissistic. This can cause a strain on your relationships with your friends, family, and co-workers. Working all the time: Putting in the hours to be the best can get tiring and can have you losing contact with your core self. When this occurs, you may minimize your real needs or miss your own feelings because of the lack of time you are putting into self-care and self-reflection. RisksLoss of a sense of self, Feeling left behindBest Ways to Self-CareGiving yourself permission to pick up a hobbyYou may be so focused on success that you don't give yourself a chance to do something for fun. What is something you've always wanted to try? Painting? Knitting? Cooking? Remove the pressure to be the best at it and just enjoy it.Meditation / BreathworkYou're typically focused on achieving a goal that you rarely give yourself a chance to stop and just be. Taking some time to step back from the lists of tasks you need to complete and meditating, might give you the time you need to look inward and give self-compassionWeekly Journaling PromptWhat is stressing me right now and how can I let it go?Thing to RememberYou're worth is not determined by what you can accomplish*findings based on the Ennegram testLOOKING FOR MORE RESOURCES...Looking for a few more resources? Fill up on these...1. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop with all the new happenings.2. Join our affirmation text message fam by texting "I'm in" to 770-284-3332.3. Get access to weekly class on mental health and wellness by joining the "All Access" plan. JOIN NOW!!
Personality TypeSelf-Confident, Decisive, Willful, and ConfrontationalStrengthsDetermined: You probably excel in a leadership role due to your determination and “take charge” attitude. You tend to be proactive and find yourself preserving your image when faced with a challenge. Energetic: You’re all about getting things done and seek new plans and activities. You enjoy the reward of completing tasks and tend to easily charm others. Protective: You are likely to defend a loved one or someone in need if you witness them in pain or being mistreated. You want to make sure people are cared for and safe. Areas of GrowthNeed to control: You may tend to be headstrong and prefer to have control over things to ensure all goes well. Using this fight for control is great when trying to advocate for change but not so much in other areas of your life. Your need for control can cause tension in your relationships or when you are communicating with others. These challenges can present problems at work and in your life. Learning that there is more than one way to accomplish a goal is a great tool to have when working as a team or in any relationship. Being confrontational : You most likely don't back down from a challenge (hence the name to this personality type) and you don't mind addressing something that does not seem right to you. This can definitely get you into trouble at times especially with anyone of an authority figure. Learning how to appropriately address concerns without confrontation, would be beneficial to maintain connections and openness. RisksIntimation of others/Tension in relationshipsBest Ways to Self-CareShowing Yourself CompassionYou may be faced with the feeling of not being good enough so you get trapped in a cycle of perfectionism. Instead, allow yourself to make mistakes and give yourself permission to learn. Try journaling and using affirmations to help you become more compassionate with yourself. Hang out with friendsConnecting with friends gives you an opportunity to start small and discuss your feelings and/or ask for help. Getting a chance to express feelings while doing a fun activity with your friends is not only a great destresser but a way to acknowledge your feelings and not feel alone. This also gives you a chance to practice different tips to be less confrontational with your friends.Weekly Journaling PromptName 3 things you can do this week to show yourself some compassionThing to RememberKindness motivates everyone to do better. Criticism de-motivates and makes people defensive.*findings based on the Ennegram testLOOKING FOR MORE RESOURCES...Looking for a few more resources? Fill up on these...1. Follow us on Instagram and Facebook to stay in the loop with all the new happenings.2. Join our affirmation text message fam by texting "I'm in" to 770-284-3332.3. Get access to weekly class on mental health and wellness by joining the "All Access" plan. JOIN NOW!!