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Today we are wrapping up our series on Clutter & The Enneagram with Enneagram 9, Marissa Orr. You may remember Marissa from episode 191 where we talked about her book Lean Out, The Truth About Women, Power & The Workplace.
A lot of what Marissa talks about in her book has to do with personality styles, so I invited her back on TOL to talk about the influence on her Enneagram type to her life both in the workplace, and as a mom.
Nines are known as The Peacemakers, and truth be told, some of my favorite people on this planet identify as an Enneagram 9.
Below are a few things that we talked about during our conversation:
- The difference between merging and martyring
- Why 9s avoid controversy and despise conflict
- The importance of alone time for 9s
- Why procrastination is real.
- The role of decision fatigue
Marissa shares how her “nine behavior” traces back to childhood. As someone who parents a nine, I would have paid a million dollars to have this wisdom when my daughter was small.
I cannot think of a better guest to wrap up this series. If you haven’t listened to the other episodes, I encourage you to head back and check them out. It’s so fascinating to see how each of the different types relates to clutter.
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