Born between February 19th and March 20th, Pisces signs tend to possess wisdom beyond their years. You’re selfless and full of creative spirit, and your love for the whimsical makes you a little bit mysterious to those around you.
Some say that Pisces is the most sensitive sign of the zodiac, but there’s more to this water sign than empathy. Here’s everything you need to know about the Pisces personality type.
Enneagram Type Fours offer many invaluable traits. These include a deep connection to their emotions, a desire for meaningfulness, a passion for creativity and profound reserves of compassion. Because of their depth and intensity, others may experience their Type Four comrades with a bit of heaviness at times.
You’ve probably heard the idea that you resemble the company you keep. This theory appears in several idioms, including “Birds of a feather flock together” and “Water rises to its own level.” What about the claim that you are the average of the five people you spend the most time with, a quote attributed to motivational speaker Jim Rohn? Is it possible that your personality could change according to your friend group? Or any company you keep?
Let’s take a look at how this idea applies to personality theory.
The Enneagram 4 is the most individualistic of the nine Enneagram types, and because of this, the Type 4 places a lot of emphasis on identity. But aside from their desire to stay unique, there are plenty of other signs you could be an Enneagram 4—even if you haven’t taken the official test yet!
If you’re an Enneagram Type 4, you’re all about standing out. When it comes to your career, a day job might not fulfill you unless it’s a creative, uncommon job that sets you aside from others. But whether a Type 4 has carved out a unique career path for themself or is working in a more common occupation, they’ll experience some trials.
Here are some relatable career struggles you’ll recognize if you’re an Enneagram Type 4.
When my sister first told me that she had also tested as an ENFP, my immediate thought was that she was dead wrong.
Clearly, I am the one and only true ENFP! (Sounds just like an ENFP thing to say, yeah?)
I went through all of the deep ENFP knowledge I’ve learned in my years studying personality theory. I took each letter one by one, dug into the cognitive functions, and even compared both of us against characters of the TV show Friends to make my case.
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