One of the most common questions I get asked about when it comes to the Enneagram is “How do I find out my Enneagram Type?”
I typically give a not-so-popular answer which is to read a summary of each of the nine types. It’s how I was taught, and will hold true that a book or course is way more impactful than a quiz.
My go-to book is The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron & Suzanne Stabile. The information is easy to follow, and gives a great overview of each type without getting too academic. This book was a game-changer for me, and my gateway book into studying the Enneagram.
Since the Enneagram looks at our core motivation, rather than behavior, it’s natural to respond to questions on a quiz based on how you are feeling in the moment, rather than why you do what you do which can result in mis-typing.
However, I do work with a company called Truity that specializes in personality typologies. I have found them to be fairly accurate so I feel comfortable recommending them.
Once you’ve taken the quiz, I recommend your next step is to loop back to my Enneagram & Clutter framework which connects the dots between the different types of clutter and each Enneagram type.
By taking this next step, it will either confirm the accuracy of your typing, or provide insight and clarity into what Enneagram Type you might be.
Full Disclosure: Simply B Organized is an affiliate of Truity.
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