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Enneagram Thinking Center: Types 5, 6, 7

Take a quick Enneagram “test” at www.enneagramtest.net.

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Learn even more information from the Enneagram Institute at https://www.enneagraminstitute.com/how-the-enneagram-system-works.

Learn more from Melissa Kincheloe, Licensed Mental Health professional about each Enneagram Type. She says, “With knowledge of the Enneagram, we hope that you can live with grace for others and for yourself. Realize who you are and how you are wired and that you are not alone.”

This episode highlights the Thinking Center Triad of Types 5, 6, and 7. PLUS a reveal from Melissa, along with podcast host Michelle Funk and producer Lane Goodin.

Thinking center types focus on strategies and beliefs, and struggle with insecurity and anxiety. They often seek security.