The Difference Between Enneagram Type 3 and Type 7Jul 12, 2022
The Enneagram Type 3 is known as the Achiever, the Performer, or the Role- Model, striving to feel outstanding, accomplished, and successful.
The Enneagram Type 7 is known as the Multi-tasker or the Enthusiast, striving to feel excited, satisfied, and fulfilled.
These two types are common "look-alikes" that can get confused by their energetic personalities, future focus, forward moving energy, and positive outlook on life. They both love a good plan, but for different reasons, and both can juggle multiple projects and can get bored easily.
There's also some key differences that you'll learn about in this episode above or the video below, including each type's:
- effort around focusing
- motives behind planning
- relationship with options and limits
- ability to see a project through
- core driver behind their job or business
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