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MeganMadsen

“Risking vulnerability and love is what takes courage.”
#rightinthefeels

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DebinHawaii
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#QuotsyJan20 #Motivation

As a trainer & organizational development person, I love learning about different personality & behavioral styles & what motivates people. This one has been on my Kindle for awhile but I was sure it would have a “motivation” quote.😉

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Ashley_Nicoletto
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Mehso-so

I don‘t think I fully understood what this book was before I read it. Personality types are interesting, but not something I do much digging into myself. ⭐️⭐️⭐️

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crhealey
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First time ever working with the #enneagram. We are spending our next staff retreat day focused on it and I was reading this in preparation. Turns out I am a pretty obvious number 9 and I believe I have an 8 wing. #teachersoflitsy

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ElectricKatyLand
Mehso-so

My third Enneagram book. The test was useful, but there wasn't much prescriptive or applied/actionable once you discovered your personality. This is a good introduction and explanation, but I preferred “The Road Back to You“ and “Sacred Enneagram.“

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ElectricKatyLand
Pickpick

This was my second go-round with the Enneagram and I enjoyed it much more this time. This book is an accessible entry point to the spiritual dimensions of personality types, and how to apply the Enneagram's insights to recognizing your own patterns, tendencies, and flaws.

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erzascarletbookgasm
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A book that explores and explains the various types of personality classifications. Not read.

#ayupaugust #everykindapeople

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squirrelbrain Sounds interesting! 😁👍 6mo
Cinfhen Interesting!! I wasn‘t impressed with her first book, so I‘m a little hesitant to read this one 🤷🏼‍♀️ 6mo
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crystalizedbooks
Pickpick

Exceptional book! Having started becoming more interested in the Enneagram, this booked helped not only learn about myself, but also my loved ones. It provided in-depth relatable understanding for each of the 9 numbers. As well, it provided a Christian aspect to them. Which can be comforting if you are of that faith or spiritual. I would honestly recommend to everyone, Christian or not.

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Hestapleton
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Pickpick

Forever obsessed with the Enneagram. I‘ve read this book before (1 with a strong 9 wing here), but it was good reading this a second time and learning about my best friend (a 4) and my husband (a 5). This book lays out the types succinctly and gives good direction on how to love each type, whether at work or in relationships. ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Book 29/30 for #BFCR2

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crystalizedbooks
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I have been really pushing my self to read non fiction books more lately. I try to stick with topics that I am truly interested in and not forcing the topic. #nonfiction

Hestapleton This book is so good! I‘m in the middle of my second reading. 6mo
crystalizedbooks @Hestapleton I'm glad to hear! I just started it two days ago. The way the book is written seems so relaxed. 6mo
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