We are mid-way through our summer series on how different people relate and respond to clutter based on their Enneagram type. If you haven’t listened to our previous guests, I encourage you to go back and hear what they have to say!
Known as the Investigator, fives have a desire to acquire knowledge to appear capable and competent. I often describe them as questioners, gathering as much information as possible. Knowing this, It makes sense that our analytical Fives are the first type in the head triad.
During our conversation Kellyn and I discuss:
- How the scarcity mindset of the Five can impact physical, emotional or calendar clutter
- The importance of understanding the difference between rhythms & rigidity
- What her childhood looked like as the oldest of six children and how that impacts her life now
We also talk about 5 main clutter pitfalls: procrastination, indecision, guilt, overwhelm and time and how they show up in her life. We will be back next week talking to Enneagram 6, Angee Robertson.
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Hot Mess: A Practical Guide for Getting Organized is my witty little survival guide that helps you get to the root of your clutter. Learn about the 3 types of Clutter: Physical, Emotional, and Calendar. Along with how to avoid the 5 Clutter Pitfalls.
Now is the opportunity to reclaim time, find freedom& feel empowered, from the “stuff” holding you back.